Turboblaze ignores the effects of Abilities that could potentially affect the damage or effects of a move that its user executes. For example, a Pokémon with Turboblaze can hit opponents that possess Levitate by using Earthquake. Turboblaze applies regardless of target Pokémon, but only to moves executed by its user (so if two Pokémon in a Double Battle both know Earthquake, only the Pokémon with Turboblaze can hit a Pokémon with Levitate).
Turboblaze ignores all ignorable Abilities, not only the targets'—including the user's allies'. For example, if a Pokémon with Turboblaze uses Spore on a Pokémon whose ally has Sweet Veil, the target will still fall asleep. Likewise, if a Pokémon with Turboblaze uses Thunderbolt targeting an opponent while its own ally has Lightning Rod, it will still use the move on its original target. This also means that a Pokémon with Turboblaze will not gain Attack due to an ally's Flower Gift.
The Abilities are only ignored while the move is being executed. They take effect again immediately after its execution.
- Abilities that prevent status conditions (such as Immunity and Oblivious) will not protect the Pokémon from receiving the status condition. However, many of these Abilities also have effects to cure the Pokémon of the status condition if afflicted, which will activate immediately after being inflicted with the status condition, even if it was inflicted by a Pokémon with Turboblaze.
- If a Pokémon with Own Tempo consumes a held Berry that may cause confusion in response to the move of a Pokémon with Turboblaze, it will become confused if it dislikes the flavor. However, Own Tempo will then activate and cure it of confusion.
If a Pokémon with Turboblaze forces a Pokémon to switch in by using a move that switches the target out (such as Roar or Dragon Tail), ignorable Abilities are ignored when applying entry hazards. For example, a Pokémon with Levitate switched in this way will be affected by Spikes and Toxic Spikes (unless it is also ungrounded for other reasons); if a Poison-type Pokémon with Levitate is switched in this way, it will remove Toxic Spikes from its side of the field (unless it is also ungrounded for other reasons).
When a Pokémon with Turboblaze is brought out, the message "<name> is radiating a blazing aura!" will be displayed.
Turboblaze ignores the following Abilities, even in situations where the Ability could increase the power of a move (such as using Low Kick on a Pokémon with Heavy Metal or using a Fire-type move on a Pokémon with Dry Skin):
Outside of battle
Turboblaze has no effect outside of battle.
Pokémon with Turboblaze
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|Please note that this is only 100% accurate to Generation VIII games.
In other games
In the manga
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|Variations of the Ability Mold Breaker|
|Mold Breaker • Turboblaze • Teravolt|
|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.|