G-Max Meltdown (move)

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G-Max Meltdown
キョダイユウゲキ Kyodai Meltdown
G-Max Meltdown VIII.png
G-Max Meltdown VIII 2.png
Type  Steel
Category  Varies
PP  — (max. —)
Power  —
Accuracy  —%
Priority  {{{priority}}}
  • Does not make contact
  • Not affected by Protect
  • Not affected by Magic Coat
  • Not affected by Snatch
  • Not affected by Mirror Move
  • Affected by King's Rock
Target
Foe Foe Foe
Self Ally Ally
May affect any adjacent foe, but not allies
Availability
Introduced  Generation VIII
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Appeal  0  
Jam  0  
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G-Max Meltdown (Japanese: キョダイユウゲキ Kyodai Meltdown) is a damage-dealing Steel-type G-Max Move introduced in Generation VIII. It is the exclusive G-Max Move of Gigantamax Melmetal.

Effect

G-Max Meltdown inflicts damage and subjects the target and its allies to torment, preventing them from using the same move twice in a row. Its power and whether it is a special or physical move depends on the move it is based on.

Base move Pwr. Cat.
Anchor Shot 130 Physical
Behemoth Bash 130 Physical
Behemoth Blade 130 Physical
Bullet Punch 90 Physical
Doom Desire 140 Special
Double Iron Bash 140 Physical
Flash Cannon 130 Special
Gear Grind 130 Physical
Gyro Ball 130 Physical
Heavy Slam 130 Physical
Iron Head 130 Physical
Iron Tail 130 Physical
Metal Burst 100 Physical
Metal Claw 100 Physical
Meteor Mash 130 Physical
Smart Strike 120 Physical
Steel Beam 140 Special
Steel Roller 130 Physical
Steel Wing 120 Physical
Sunsteel Strike 130 Physical

Description

Games Description
SwSh A Steel-type attack that Gigantamax Melmetal use. This move makes opponents incapable of using the same move twice in a row.

Learnset

Gigantamax Melmetal can use G-Max Meltdown if it knows a damaging Steel-type move.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 超極巨液金熔擊 Chīu Gihkgeuih Yùhnggīk
Mandarin 超極巨液金熔擊 / 超极巨液金熔击 Chāo Jíjù Yìjīn Róngjí / Chāo Jíjù Yèjīn Róngjī
France Flag.png French Fonte G-Max
Germany Flag.png German Giga-Schmelze
Italy Flag.png Italian Gigaliquefazione
South Korea Flag.png Korean 거다이융격 Geodai Yunggeok
Spain Flag.png Spanish Gigafundido


Max Moves
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Max RockfallMax FlutterbyMax PhantasmMax Steelspike
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Max HailstormMax WyrmwindMax DarknessMax StarfallMax Guard
G-Max Moves
G-Max Vine LashG-Max WildfireG-Max CannonadeG-Max Befuddle
G-Max Volt CrashG-Max Gold RushG-Max Chi StrikeG-Max Terror
G-Max Foam BurstG-Max ResonanceG-Max CuddleG-Max Replenish
G-Max MalodorG-Max MeltdownG-Max Drum SoloG-Max Fireball
G-Max HydrosnipeG-Max Wind RageG-Max GravitasG-Max Stonesurge
G-Max VolcalithG-Max TartnessG-Max SweetnessG-Max Sandblast
G-Max Stun ShockG-Max CentifernoG-Max SmiteG-Max SnoozeG-Max Finale
G-Max SteelsurgeG-Max DepletionG-Max One BlowG-Max Rapid Flow


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