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Leafage deals damage and has no secondary effect.
By leveling up
|Bold indicates a Pokémon gains STAB from this move.|
Italics indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form receives STAB from this move.
In the anime
|The user whips up a tornado of leaves.|
|User||First Used In||Notes|
|Rowlet||Rowlet releases multiple glowing green leaves from its body. The leaves then spiral in a tornado-like fashion, before heading towards the opponent. Sometimes the leaves spiral around its body before they attack the opponents.|
|Ash's Rowlet||First Catch in Alola, Ketchum-Style!||Debut|
|Fomantis||Fomantis jumps in the air, spins around and releases multiple glowing green leaves from its body. The leaves then start spiraling in a tornado-like fashion while heading towards the opponent.|
|Multiple wild Fomantis||Currying Favor and Flavor!||None|
In the manga
|The user attacks by pelting the target with leaves.|
|User||First Chapter Used In||Notes|
|Grookey||Grookey fires multiple leaves from the leaves on its head at the opponent.|
Grookey cannot legally learn Leafage
- In The Delivery of Rotom and the Girl, Professor Kukui told his Rowlet to use Leafage, but the move was executed off-panel.
In other generations
In other languages
|Variations of the move Gust|
|This article is part of Project Moves and Abilities, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on two related aspects of the Pokémon games.|