Oceanic Operetta (move)

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Oceanic Operetta
わだつみのシンフォニア Sea God's Symphonia
Oceanic Operetta VII.png
Oceanic Operetta VII 2.png
Type  Water
Category  Special
PP  — (max. —)
Power  195
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 anyone adjacent to the user
Availability
Introduced  Generation VII
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Appeal  0  
Jam  0  
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Oceanic Operetta (Japanese: わだつみのシンフォニア Sea God's Symphonia) is a damage-dealing Water-type Z-Move introduced in Generation VII. It is the exclusive Z-Move of Primarina and an upgraded version of its Sparkling Aria.

Effect

Oceanic Operetta inflicts damage and has no secondary effect.

Description

Games Description
SMUSUM The user, Primarina, summons a massive amount of water using its Z-Power and attacks the target with full force.

Learnset

Primarina can use Oceanic Operetta if it knows Sparkling Aria, holds a Primarium Z, and if its Trainer wears a Z-RingSM or Z-Power RingUSUM.

In the anime

None.png Ida Oceanic Operetta pose.png Ida Primarina Oceanic Operetta.png None.png
Ida Primarina
The user creates a gigantic bubble ball and smashes the target
Pokémon Method
User First Used In Notes
730 Primarina Primarina strikes a series of synchronized poses with its Trainer to build Z-Power. It then sings a song and generates a gigantic bubble from it nose. Primarina then moves the bubble over the opponent and sings another song, causing the bubble to burst.
Ida's Primarina SM106 Debut
Base move is Sparkling Aria*

Trivia

  • During the animation of Oceanic Operetta, Primarina's body is reversed symmetrically, with its tail on the right side of its body instead of its left. This change is not apparent for any other Pokémon or Z-Move.
  • Despite its name, and the fact that it is an upgraded version of Sparkling Aria, Oceanic Operetta is not a sound-based move.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 海神莊嚴交響樂 Hóisàhn Jōngyìhm Gāauhéungngohk
Mandarin 海神莊嚴交響樂 / 海神庄严交响乐 Hǎishén Zhuāngyán Jiāoxiǎngyuè
France Flag.png French Symphonie des Ondines
Germany Flag.png German Grandiose Meeressymphonie
Italy Flag.png Italian Sinfonia del Mare
South Korea Flag.png Korean 바다의심포니 Bada-ui Symphony
Poland Flag.png Polish Oceaniczna Operetka
Russia Flag.png Russian Океаническая Оперетта Okeanicheskaya Operetta*
Океанская оперетта Okeanskaya operetta*
Spain Flag.png Spanish Sinfonía de la Diva Marina


Type-based Z-Moves
Breakneck BlitzAll-Out PummelingSupersonic SkystrikeAcid DownpourTectonic Rage
Continental CrushSavage Spin-OutNever-Ending NightmareCorkscrew Crash
Inferno OverdriveHydro VortexBloom DoomGigavolt HavocShattered Psyche
Subzero SlammerDevastating DrakeBlack Hole EclipseTwinkle Tackle
Species-based Z-Moves
Catastropika10,000,000 Volt ThunderboltStoked SparksurferExtreme Evoboost
Pulverizing PancakeGenesis SupernovaSinister Arrow RaidMalicious Moonsault
Oceanic OperettaSplintered StormshardsLet's Snuggle ForeverClangorous Soulblaze
Guardian of AlolaSearing Sunraze SmashMenacing Moonraze Maelstrom
Light That Burns the SkySoul-Stealing 7-Star Strike


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