Quick Draw (Ability)

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Quick Draw クイックドロウ
Quick Draw
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Generation VIII
Enables the Pokémon to move first occasionally.
Generation IX
Enables the Pokémon to move first occasionally.

Quick Draw (Japanese: クイックドロウ Quick Draw) is an Ability introduced in Generation VIII. It is the signature Ability of Galarian Slowbro.


In battle

If a Pokémon with this Ability selects a damaging move, it has a 30% chance of going first in its priority bracket. If the Ability activates, this is announced at the start of the turn (after move selection).

This probability is separate to the probability of a held Quick Claw activating, although if Quick Draw activates, a held Quick Claw will not. If a Pokémon has both Quick Draw and a Quick Claw and uses a damaging move, it has a 44% chance of either activating. A Pokémon's held Custap Berry will never activate on a turn in which its Quick Draw activates, but it may still activate in a later turn in which its Quick Draw does not activate.

If either Quick Draw or Quick Claw activate on the same turn for multiple different Pokémon, their moves are performed in standard Speed order within their priority bracket.

Outside of battle

Quick Draw has no effect outside of battle.

Pokémon with Quick Draw

# Pokémon Types First Ability Second Ability Hidden Ability
0080 Slowbro Slowbro
Galarian Form
Poison Psychic Quick Draw Own Tempo Regenerator
Please note that abilities marked with a superscript are only available in the stated generation or later.
  • For Generation III and IV games, ignore Hidden Abilities.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 速擊 Chūkgīk
Mandarin 速擊 / 速击 Sùjí / Sùjī
France Flag.png French Tir Vif
Germany Flag.png German Schnellschuss
Italy Flag.png Italian Colpolesto
South Korea Flag.png Korean 퀵드로 Kwik Deuro
Russia Flag.png Russian Быстрая Реакция Bystraya Reaktsiya
Spain Flag.png Spanish Mano Rápida

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