User:Dannyboy601/Template:MoveList

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This collection of sub-templates is based upon the already-existing Template:Movelist. They are intended to list the properties of moves in different generations.

Documentation

MoveList/head

This template begins the table.

Parameters
Description Notes
1 The number of the generation to which the table pertains.

MoveList/1

This template is used to display the properties of a single move in Generation I, with each instance of the template corresponding to a new row in the table.

Parameters
Description Notes
1 The name of the move.
2 The move's type. The template does not forbid the Dark, Steel, Fairy and ??? types, but they should not be used, as they did not exist in Generation I. The template defaults to the ??? type.
3 The move's base power. If there is no numerical value, a single em dash [—] should be used rather than leaving the parameter blank.
4 The move's accuracy The percentage symbol [%] is automatically included by the template, so there is no need to enter it manually. If there is no numerical value, a single em dash [—] should be used rather than leaving the parameter blank.
5 The move's base PP. The template automatically uses this to calculate and also show the maximum amount of PP that can gained using PP Ups or a PP Max.
6 The target of the move. In Generation I, this can be one of three values:
  • "both" for moves that target both the user and the opponent (i.e. Haze).
  • "foe" for moves that target the opponent (e.g. Growl).
  • "self" for moves that target the user (e.g. Swords Dance).
7 The description of the move from Pokemon Stadium. Move descriptions did not exist in the first generation core series games.


MoveList/2

This template is used to display the properties of a single move in Generation II, with each instance of the template corresponding to a new row in the table.

Parameters
Description Notes
1 The name of the move.
2 The move's type. The template does not forbid the Fairy type, but it should not be used as it did not exist in Generation II. The template defaults to the ??? type.
3 The move's base power. If there is no numerical value, a single em dash [—] should be used rather than leaving the parameter blank.
4 The move's accuracy The percentage symbol [%] is automatically included by the template, so there is no need to enter it manually. If there is no numerical value, a single em dash [—] should be used rather than leaving the parameter blank.
5 The move's base PP. The template automatically uses this to calculate and also show the maximum amount of PP that can gained using PP Ups or a PP Max.
6 The target of the move. In Generation II, this can be one of seven values:
  • "field" for moves that target the entire field (e.g. Hail).
  • "foesidefield" for moves that target the opponent's side of the field (i.e. Spikes).
  • "usersidefield" for moves that target the user's side of the field (e.g. Light Screen).
  • "both" for moves that target both the user and the opponent (e.g. Perish Song).
  • "foe" for moves that target the opponent (e.g. Whirlpool).
  • "self" for moves that target the user (e.g. Recover).
  • "team" for moves that target the user's entire team (e.g. Heal Bell).
7 The description of the move from Gold, Silver, and Crystal.
8 The description of the move from Pokémon Stadium 2.
9 The number of the generation in which the move debuted.

MoveList/foot

This template ends the table.

Parameters
Description Notes
1 The number of the generation to which the table pertains. This should be the same as in the corresponding MoveList/head template.

Examples

Generation I

{{User:Dannyboy601/Template:MoveList/head|1}}
{{User:Dannyboy601/Template:MoveList/1|Absorb|Grass|20|100|20|foe|A <sc>Grass</sc>-type attack. It adds half the HP it drained from the target to the attacker's HP.}}
{{User:Dannyboy601/Template:MoveList/1|Acid|Poison|40|100|30|foe|A <sc>Poison</sc>-type attack. Has a one-in-three chance of lowering the target's <sc>Defense</sc>.}}
{{User:Dannyboy601/Template:MoveList/1|Acid Armor|Poison|—|—|40|self|Melts the user's body for protection. A move that sharply raises <sc>Defense</sc>.}}
{{User:Dannyboy601/Template:MoveList/1|Agility|Psychic|—|—|30|self|A special technique that greatly boosts the user's <sc>Speed</sc>. Can normally be used up to three times.}}
{{User:Dannyboy601/Template:MoveList/1|Haze|Ice|—|—|30|both|Eliminates all changes affecting status, such as <sc>Speed</sc> and accuracy, of both Pokémon in battle.}}
{{User:Dannyboy601/Template:MoveList/1|Whirlwind|Normal|—|85|20|foe|Generates a powerful wind that blows away wild Pokémon. Useful in the wild only.}}
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Name Type Pow. Acc. PP Target DescriptionStad
Absorb Grass 20 100% 20
(max. 32)
Foe
A Grass-type attack. It adds half the HP it drained from the target to the attacker's HP.
Acid Poison 40 100% 30
(max. 48)
Foe
A Poison-type attack. Has a one-in-three chance of lowering the target's Defense.
Acid Armor Poison —% 40
(max. 64)
User
Melts the user's body for protection. A move that sharply raises Defense.
Agility Psychic —% 30
(max. 48)
User
A special technique that greatly boosts the user's Speed. Can normally be used up to three times.
Haze Ice —% 30
(max. 48)
User and foe
Eliminates all changes affecting status, such as Speed and accuracy, of both Pokémon in battle.
Whirlwind Normal 85% 20
(max. 32)
Foe
Generates a powerful wind that blows away wild Pokémon. Useful in the wild only.
All details are accurate to Generation I games. For details that have changed between generations, please see an individual move's page.

Generation II

Name Type Pow. Acc. PP Target Description Gen.
Sand-Attack Ground 100% 15
(max. 24)
Foe
Reduces accuracy by throwing sand.GSC
An attack in which sand is used to blind the target and reduce its attack accuracy.Stad2
I
Sunny Day Fire —% 5
(max. 8)
Unknown
Boosts fire-type moves for 5 turns.GSC
Makes the weather sunny for five turns. When sunny, Fire-type moves are more powerful.Stad2
II
All details are accurate to Generation II games. For details that have changed between generations, please see an individual move's page.

Generation III

Name Type Pow. Acc. PP Target Description Condition Appeal Jamming Gen.
All details are accurate to Generation III games. For details that have changed between generations, please see an individual move's page.
Target data assumes user is in the lower left.

Generation IV

Name Type Pow. Acc. PP Target Description Condition Appeal Gen.
All details are accurate to Generation IV games. For details that have changed between generations, please see an individual move's page.
Target data assumes user is in the lower left.

Generation V

Name Type Pow. Acc. PP Target Description Gen.
All details are accurate to Generation V games. For details that have changed between generations, please see an individual move's page.
Target data assumes user is in the lower left.

Generation VI

Name Type Pow. Acc. PP Target Description Condition Appeal Jamming Gen.
All details are accurate to Generation VI games. For details that have changed between generations, please see an individual move's page.
Target data assumes user is in the lower left.

Generation VII

Name Type Pow. Acc. PP Target Description Gen.
All details are accurate to Generation VII games. For details that have changed between generations, please see an individual move's page.
Target data assumes user is in the lower left.