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Hyper Beam

Winona Swellow Hyper Beam.png Drake Dragonite Hyper Beam.png Burgh Leavanny Hyper Beam.png McCann Scizor Hyper Beam.png Regirock Hyper Beam M08.png
Swellow Dragonite Leavanny Scizor Regirock
The opponent is hit by a beam from the user's mouth.
Pokémon Method
User First Used In Notes
130 Gyarados Gyarados shoots out a yellow-orange beam from its mouth. None2.png
A wild Gyarados The Pi-Kahuna Debut
Fergus's Gyarados Mewtwo Strikes Back None
A wild Gyarados The Power of One None
Trinity's Gyarados The Perfect Match! None
Lance's Gyarados Rage of Innocence None
Clair's Gyarados Beauty is Skin Deep None
Misty's Gyarados Cerulean Blues None
A wild Gyarados Sandshrew's Locker None
A wild Gyarados Strategy Begins at Home! None
531 Audino Audino opens its mouth and forms a white orb of enegy with a pale pink center in front of it. It then fires a pale pink beam of energy with a bright white energy around it from the orb at the opponent. None2.png
Unknown Trainer's Audino Where Did You Go, Audino? None

Confuse Ray

The foe is exposed to a sinister ray that triggers confusion.
Pokémon Method
User First Used In Notes
093 Haunter Haunter charges an orange ball in its hands, then shoots it at the opponent. The opponent's eyes turn red and it gets confused, or Gengar fires a purple circle from its eyes towards the opponent. Captain Haunter Confuse Ray.png
Captain's Haunter A Shipful of Shivers Debut
Morty's Haunter From Ghost to Ghost None
094 Gengar Gengar's eyes glow blue, purple, or red. Then the opponent becomes confused. Drake Gengar Confuse Ray.png
Drake's Gengar Hello, Pummelo! None
Morty's Gengar From Ghost to Ghost None
177 Natu Natu's eyes glow a rainbow hue and the opponent becomes confused. Drake Gengar Hypnosis.png
Mackenzie's Naughty Doin' What Comes Natu-rally None
170 Chinchou The orbs at the end of Chinchou's antennae glow purple and release a light purple ray that confuses the opponent. Drake Gengar Hypnosis.png
Trinity's Chinchou The Perfect Match! None
325 Spoink Spoink's pearl glows purple, then it fires a purple beam from the pearl at the opponent, confusing it. Spoink Confuse Ray.png
A wild Spoink Pearls Are a Spoink's Best Friend None
226 Mantine Mantine charges a purple ball in between its antennae. Then, Mantine releases a huge purple flash, which makes any Pokémon who see it become confused. Drake Gengar Hypnosis.png
A Mantine captured by Jack Walker's Capture Styler Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea None
356 Dusclops Dusclops's eye glows red and emits a bright purple light from it, making the opponent confused. Drake Gengar Hypnosis.png
Brandon's Dusclops Gathering the Gang of Four! None
200 Misdreavus The large orb on Misdreavus's neck glows purple and it shoots four sillouettes of itself at the opponent from the necklace. Drake Gengar Hypnosis.png
Zoey's Misdreavus Mounting a Coordinator Assault! None
429 Mismagius Mismagius's eyes glow purple. If the opponent sees the attack, it begins to see illusions. Mismagius Confuse Ray.png
A wild Mismagius Malice in Wonderland! None
436 Bronzor Bronzor's eyes glow purple and it releases dark purple beams from its body at the opponent. When the opponent is affected, its eyes glow red. Saturn Bronzor Confuse Ray.png
Saturn's Bronzor Journey to the Unown! None
486 Regigigas Regigigas's body becomes surrounded in a maroon aura and the braille pattern on its face glows the same color. The opponent's eyes then glow red and Regigigas can control them. Drake Gengar Hypnosis.png
A wild Regigigas Pillars of Friendship! None
198 Murkrow Murkrow looks deeply into the opponent's eyes and causes it to see illusions. Drake Gengar Hypnosis.png
Mitchell's Murkrow Try for the Family Stone! None
505 Watchog Watchog holds its arms out and five golden orbs of light appear and circle around its body. When it raises its arms in the air, the five orbs fire at the opponent and stop above it. The orbs then circle around the opponent and float downward to the middle of its body. They then float back up above the opponent's head and grow larger until they explode in a flash of white light, confusing the opponent. Lenora Watchog Confuse Ray.png
Lenora's Watchog Rematch at the Nacrene Gym! None
577 Solosis Solosis's body glows gold faintly and six golden orbs of energy appear around its body and spin around it clockwise. Solosis's body then flashes white and it fires the six orbs of energy at the oppoenent. When the orbs reach the opponent, they surround it and latch onto its body, completely enveloping it. The orbs then glow gold brightly and explode, confusing the opponent. Doyle Solosis Confuse Ray.png
Doyle's Solosis Where Did You Go, Audino? None


The user transforms into a copy of the foe right down to having the same move set.
Pokémon Method
User First Used In Notes
132 Ditto Ditto's body glows white, multicolored or yellow, then transforms into the opponent. Drake Ditto Transform.png
Duplica's Ditto Ditto's Mysterious Mansion Debut
Drake's Ditto Hello, Pumello! None
Duplica's Mini-Dit Imitation Confrontation None
Brodie's Ditto Unfair-Weather Friends None
A wild Ditto Pikachu's Ghost Carnival None
Narissa's Ditto One Dealing With a Fierce Double Ditto Drama! None
Narissa's Ditto Two Dealing With a Fierce Double Ditto Drama! None
151 Mew Mew's body glows multicolored, then it transforms into any Pokémon. Mew Transform.png
Mew (movie 8) Lucario and the Mystery of Mew None


Pokémon Method
User First Used In Notes
132 Ditto ??? None2.png
Duplica's Ditto Ditto's Mysterious Mansion Debut
151 Mew ??? None2.png
Mew (movie 8) Lucario and the Mystery of Mew None



Needs work

I don't know how to fix the width of the Pokemon column. Other than that, its okay, I guess (besides the gaps between the pictures). Vuvuzela2010 20:43, 26 October 2011 (UTC)

Column width fixed :) Vuvuzela2010 03:09, 28 October 2011 (UTC)
Everything's fixed now, comments time. Vuvuzela2010 13:18, 28 October 2011 (UTC)

While I do like the pictures and all, what about moves like Hyper Beam? Many have used it, so many pics + all the mini sprites and main infobox pics. Just wondering, what about those without (possible) pics? There's also the description having too much space because of the pics' size, the empty space below the pics, and the first column being too wide. Since the pics aren't on top anymore, you can fix that extra space on top and make the overall description bigger (or just find a way to make it more appealing or noticeable :D). Last, though minor, is the alignment of the notes part. (btw, some have longers notes; not just "Debut" or "None"). :) -tc²₆tc26- 13:28, 28 October 2011 (UTC)

The images at the top (plus an extra 5th one) are still in the coding, so they could maybe be used for expandable ones like Hyper Beam. I've only added two Pokemon to that example, because the coding only applies the expandable on certain move pages. I cant see any problem with the notes section, looks big enough to me. And I've increased the size and bolded the top description. Vuvuzela2010 14:20, 28 October 2011 (UTC)
Some of my comments were made around the same time you were editing :). Hyper Beam one looks a little odd and a little too wide. -tc²₆tc26- 14:26, 28 October 2011 (UTC)
I've just tried to fix that by removing the fifth image at the top and removing the blank image to the right, but its causing gaps to appear between the four remaining pics at the top. Removing the blank image causes the Notes section to shrink, though that could be fixed by just making the blank image smaller. Vuvuzela2010 14:38, 28 October 2011 (UTC)