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(Image: https://www.slideshare.net/images/loading-dudes-transparent.gif)Secret Powerひみつのちから Secret Power

Battles

Type

 Normal

Category

 Physical

PP

 20 (max. 32)

Power

 70

Accuracy

 100%

Priority

Does not make contact Affected by Protect Not affected by Magic Coat Not affected by Snatch Affected by Mirror Move Affected by King's Rock Usable outside of battle

Target

Foe

Self

Ally

May affect anyone adjacent to the user

Availability

Introduced

 Generation III

TM43 in Generation III TM43 in Generation IV TM94 in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

Contests

Condition

 Smart

Appeal

 1 ♥

Jam

 0

The appeal works well if the user's condition is good.

Super Contests

 2 ♥♥

Makes the order of contestants random in the next turn.

Contest Spectaculars

 Clever

Jamming

Works well if the user is pumped up.

On Smogon's Movedex: Generation III Generation IV Generation V Generation VI Generation VII

Secret Power (Japanese: ひみつのちから Secret Power) is a damage-dealing Normal-type move introduced in Generation III. It was TM43 from Generation III to Generation IV, and TM94 in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. In Generation V, Pokémon X and Y, and Generation VII, it is the signature move of Audino.

Contents

1 Effect

1.1 In battle

1.1.1 Generation III

1.1.1.1 Pokémon Colosseum and XD

1.1.2 Generation IV

1.1.2.1 Pokémon Battle Revolution

1.1.3 Generation V 1.1.4 Generation VI 1.1.5 Generation VII

1.2 Out of battle

1.2.1 Generation III 1.2.2 Generation IV and V 1.2.3 Generation VI

2 Description 3 Learnset

3.1 By leveling up 3.2 By breeding 3.3 By TM 3.4 Special move

3.4.1 Generation III 3.4.2 Generation V

4 In other games

4.1 Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series

4.1.1 Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team 4.1.2 Explorers of Time, Darkness, and Sky 4.1.3 Gates to Infinity 4.1.4 Super Mystery Dungeon

4.2 Pokémon Rumble series

4.2.1 Pokémon Rumble World

4.3 Description

5 In the anime 6 In the manga

6.1 In the Pokémon Adventures manga 6.2 In the Phantom Thief Pokémon 7 manga

7 In other generations

7.1 In battle

7.1.1 Core series games

7.1.1.1 In buildings 7.1.1.2 In link battles 7.1.1.3 On plain terrain 7.1.1.4 In sand 7.1.1.5 In caves 7.1.1.6 On rocks 7.1.1.7 In tall grass 7.1.1.8 In long grass 7.1.1.9 In pond water 7.1.1.10 In sea water 7.1.1.11 Underwater 7.1.1.12 In snow or ice 7.1.1.13 In puddles 7.1.1.14 In the Distortion World

7.1.2 Side series games 7.1.3 Spin-off series games

7.2 Outside of battle

7.2.1 Tree 7.2.2 Indent 7.2.3 Shrub

8 Trivia 9 In other languages

Effect

This move effect may be in need of research. Reason: Whether it is affected by Serene Grace in Gen IIIEffects in the Orre games - the animation stays the same but not the effectsConfirm whether it is affected by Shield Dust and Sheer ForceYou can discuss this on the talk page.

In battle Secret Power inflicts damage and has a 30% chance of causing a secondary effect. The effect and animation are determined by environment. The effect and animation caused by each environment changes between games, as do the environments recognized.

Generation III In a Pokémon Contest, Secret Power uses Needle Arm's animation (but not the effects).

Terrain

Secondary effect

Animation

Building and link battle

causes paralysis

Strength

Plain terrain

Slam

Sand

lowers accuracy by one stage

Mud Shot

Cave

causes flinching

Bite

Rock

causes confusion

Rock Throw

Tall grass

inflicts poison

Needle Arm

Long grass

causes sleep

Magical Leaf

Pond water

lowers Speed by one stage

BubbleBeam

Sea water

lowers Attack by one stage

Surf

Underwater

lowers Defense by one stage

Waterfall

Pokémon Colosseum and XD Secret Power uses the same animation, regardless of location.

Area

 ???

Cipher Lab (Outside)

Relic Stone (Colosseum)

Relic Stone (XD)

Relic Cave

Generation IV In a Pokémon Super Contest, Secret Power uses Body Slam's animation (but not the effects). Secret Power's secondary effect chance is doubled by Serene Grace.

Body Slam

Distortion World

Pound

Sand, plain terrain, and puddles

Mud-Slap

Cave and rock

Water

Water Pulse

Snow and ice

causes freezing

Avalanche

Giochi di pokémon x Battle Revolution In Pokémon Battle Revolution, Secret Power's animation is the same for all Colosseums, but the move still has different secondary effects depending on which Colosseum is being fought at:

Colosseum

Lagoon

Gateway

Main Street

Neon

Crystal

Sunny Park

Magma

Sunset

Courtyard

Stargazer

Generation V Secret Power's secondary effect chance is not doubled by Serene Grace.

Building, plain terrain, and link battle

Puddles

Generation VI In a Pokémon Contest Spectacular, Secret Power uses Last Resort's animation (but not the effects).

Building, plain terrain, Sky Battles, and link battles

Electric Terrain

Thunder Shock

Sand and rock

Burial ground

Shadow Sneak

Space

Swift

Water and underwater

Swamp water and marsh

Soaring in the sky and Sky Pillar

Gust

Snow

Ice

Ice Shard

Volcano

inflicts a burn

Incinerate

Grass and Grassy Terrain

Vine Whip

Misty Terrain

lowers Special Attack by one stage

Fairy Wind

Generation VII

Building, road, plain terrain, and link battles

Spit Up

Sand, dirt, and rock

Ultra Space

Psywave

Grass, field, flowers, and Grassy Terrain

Psychic Terrain

Confusion

Out of battle Secret Power allows the user to create their own Secret Base. When used on certain trees, a vine drops down. When used on indented walls, a cave opens. When used on certain bushes, an entrance opens.

Generation IV and V It no longer has the out-of-battle effect of creating a Secret Base.

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Secret Power can again be used to create Secret Bases at Secret Spots. Secret Power can only be used in the field once the player has obtained its TM (TM94).

Description

Games

Description

RSE

An attack with effects that vary by location.*Adds an effect to attack depending on the location.*

FRLG

An attack that may have an additional effect that varies with the terrain.

Colo.XD

An attack with effects that vary by location.

DPPtHGSS

The user attacks with a secret power. Its added effects vary depending on the user's environment.*An attack move with effects that vary depending on the user's environment.*

PBR

The user attacks with a secret power. Its added effects vary depending on the user's environment.

BWB2W2

The user attacks the target with a secret power. Its added effects vary depending on the user's environment.

XY

The user attacks the target with a secret power. Its additional effects vary depending on the user's environment.

ORAS

An attack whose additional effects depend on where it was used. Can also be used to make a Secret Base.

SMUSUM

The additional effects of this attack depend upon where it was used.

Learnset By leveling up

#

Pokémon

Types

Egg Groups

Level

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

531

Audino

Fairy

20

20XY25ORAS

25

Bold indicates a Pokémon gains STAB from this move.Italics indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form receives STAB from this move.

By breeding

ParentEgg Groups

Egg Move

037

Vulpix

Field

VulpixAlola Form

043

Oddish

Grass

048

Venonat

Bug

054

Psyduck

Water 1

096

Drowzee

Human-Like

175

Togepi

Flying

193

Yanma

203

Girafarig

206

Dunsparce

307

Meditite

517

Munna

577

Solosis

Amorphous

By TM

Machine

I–

II–

IIITM43

IVTM43

V–

VITM94

VII–

All Pokémon who can learn TMs can learn Secret Power except Unown,Wobbuffet, Wynaut, Kricketot, Burmy, Tynamo, and Spewpa.

Special move

Obtained with

197

Umbreon

Starter PokémonColo

016

Pidgey

Dream World - Windswept Sky

052

Meowth

Dream World - Spooky Manor

098

Krabby

Water 3

Dream World - Sparkling Sea

211

Qwilfish

Water 2

399

Bidoof

Dream World - Pleasant Forest

422

ShellosWest Sea

ShellosEast Sea

431

Glameow

In other games

This section is incomplete.Please feel free to edit this section to add missing information and complete it. Reason: Missing dungeons, and Rumble games other than World.

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series The effect depends on the dungeon's current terrain. In Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, it is also affected by moves that change terrain. Prior to Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, the animation was always that of Needle Arm. Since then, Secret Power has its own unique animation that remains the same regardless of the dungeon terrain.

Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team

Dungeons

Tiny Woods, Thunderwave Cave, Sinister Woods (1-12F), Howling Forest (1-7F), Buried Relic (1-20F), Wyvern Hill, Purity Forest (1-3F, 8-12F, 30-99F), and Oddity Cave (1-5F)

Mt. Steel, Silent Chasm, Mt. Thunder, Rock Path, Mt. Blaze, Snow Path, Mt. Freeze, Magma Cavern, Meteor Cave, Fiery Field, Northwind Field (20-30F), Mt. Faraway (1-19F), Western Cave (40-99F), Northern Range (8-25F), Pitfall Valley, Wish Cave (60-69F), Southern Cavern (1-23F), Oddity Cave (11-15F), and Remains Island

Great Canyon, Uproar Forest, Desert Region, and Purity Forest (4-7F, 21-29F)

lowers accuracy

Lapis Cave, Frosty Forest, Sky Tower, Northwind Field (1-19F), Mt. Faraway (21-29F, 40F), Western Cave (1-39F), Wish Cave (30-39F, 70-99F), Southern Cavern (24-50F), Darknight Relic, Waterfall Pond, Joyous Tower, Far-off Sea (16-32F), and Oddity Cave (6-10F)

Howling Forest (8-15F) Silver Trench (70-99F), Mt. Faraway (10-20, 30-39F), Northern Range (1-7F), Buried Relic (21-99F), Wish Cave (1-29F, 40-59F), Murky Cave, Solar Cave, and Unown Relic

causes cringing

Stormy Sea, Silver Trench (1-69F), Grand Sea, Far-off Sea (1-15F, 33-50F), Marvelous Sea, and Fantasy Strait

lowers Attack

Sinister Woods (13F), Lightning Field

Purity Forest (4-7F)

lowers Movement Speed

Explorers of Time, Darkness, and Sky

Effect

Beach Cave, Drenched Bluff, Mt. Bristle, Waterfall Cave, Craggy Coast, Side Path, Mt. Horn, Rock Path, Amp Plains, Quicksand Cave*, Chasm Cave, Dark Hill, Sealed Ruin, Brine Cave*, Aegis Cave*, Mt. Travail, Landslide Cave, Labyrinth Cave, Mt. Mistral, Shimmer Hill, Zero Isle North (35-75), Zero Isle East (1-7F), Zero Isle South (4-7F; 13-20F), Zero Isle West (20-29F), Sky Peak Mountain Path 3, 6 and 9, Zero Isle Center (28-30F), Destiny Tower (4-7F; 13-20F), and Inferno Cave

Apple Woods, Forest Path, Foggy Forest, Dusk Forest, Deep Dusk Forest, Treeshroud Forest, Hidden Land*, Mystifying Forest*, Marine Resort, Mystery Jungle*, Lush Prairie, Tiny Meadow, Oran Forest, Midnight Forest, Zero Isle North (1-34F), Zero Isle South (44-60F), Zero Isle West (10-19F), Sky Peak Mountain Path 1, 2, 4 and 5; Zero Isle Center (8-13F; 17-27F; 31-32F; 36-42F), Destiny Tower (44-60F), and Oblivion Forest

Northern Desert, Quicksand Cave*, Brine Cave*, Temporal Tower*, Mystifying Forest*, Dark Crater, Shimmer Desert, Giant Volcano, World Abyss*, Lost Wilderness, Zero Isle Center (33-35F), and Southeastern Islands

Spacial Rift, World Abyss*, Mystery Jungle*, and Sky Peak Mountain Path*

Crystal Cave, Crystal Crossing, Blizzard Island, Crevice Cave, Mt. Avalanche, Sky Stairway, Zero Isle East (15-40F), Zero Isle South (1-3F), Zero Isle West (20-29F), Sky Peak Mountain Path 7 and 8, Star Cave, Zero Isle Center (1-7F; 14-16F), Destiny Tower (1-3F), and Treacherous Waters (1-15F)

Hidden Land*, Temporal Tower*, Aegis Cave*, Concealed Ruins, Happy Outlook, Zero Isle Center (43-45F), and Destiny Tower (96-99F)

Surrounded Sea, Miracle Sea, Bottomless Sea, Serenity River, Lake Afar, and Treacherous Waters (16-30F)

Gates to Infinity

Inflora Forest, Breezy Meadow, Eastern Savanna, Forest of Shadows, Daybreak Ridge, Withered Savanna, Grove of Whispers, Canyon Foot, Moonlit Forest, Rusty Mountain, Uncharted Road*

Hazy Pass, Stompstump Peak, Forest Grotto, Tempting Path, Holehills, Worldcore, Smoking Mountain, Uncharted Road*

Desolate Canyon, Mountain Pass, Crags of Lament, Redland Reaches, Ochre Quarry, Scorching Desert, Miragesands, Jaws of the Abyss, Cape at the Edge

Windy Shoreline, Dreamy Island, Uncharted Road*

Eternal Ruins, Seasound Ruins, Hoarfrost Tower, Ivory Peak, Obsidian Edge, Turbulent Tor, Gilded Hall, Buried Ruins

Great Glacier, Freezing Pillar, Silent Tundra, Slumbering Cave

Super Mystery Dungeon

Open Pass, Lush Forest, Foreboding Forest, School Forest, Nectar Meadow, Revelation Mountain, Sunbathed Garden, Pledge Hill, Maze Meadow, Thrash Dungeon, Stone Field, Odd Field, Peewee Meadow, Mystical Forest, Mysterious Plains, Berry Forest, Super Apple Forest, Ghost Island, Forest of Bounty, Mystery Jungle, Thorny Shadow Path, Heart Lake, Path of Fallen Leaves, Sunny Spot Hill, Friendly Meadow, Giant Stone Meadow, Fresh Meadow, Triangle Temple, Lake of Enlightenment, Forest of Fairies, Pumpkaboo Forest, Holey Meadow, Road to Primeval Forest, Tree of Life: Roots, Tree of Life: Trunk, Destiny Tower (6-10F), Pelipper Dungeon: Middle, During Grassy Terrain

Drilbur Coal Mine, Glittering Mountain, Ancient Barrow, Gentle Slope Cave, Showdown Mountain, Cave of the Deep, Calm Craggy Area, Reverse Mountain, Purifying Cave, Cave of Training, Leafy Highlands, Headwater Hollow, Bustling Valley, Rolling Pass, Uprise Range, Rough Tunnel, Elegant Gorge, Moonlit Cave, Red Point, Distress Mountain, Hidden Cave, Abundant Pass, Stealth Cavern, Crystalline Maze, Little Canyon, Magma Chamber, Zero Isle, Freedom Coast, Flagstone Cave, Frozen Falls, Apex Mountain, Yellow Sand Labyrinth, Secret Quarry, Jewel Road, Isle of Light, Golden Suite, Fire Island Volcano, Sea Shrine, Island of Storms, Destiny Tower (11-15F), Pelipper Dungeon: Start

Sheer Mountain Range, Abyssal Badlands, Longfield Cave, Serpentine Mountain Trail, Electric Wasteland, Small Sand Dune, Yellow Point, Temple Remains, Lake of Enlightenment, Buried Ruins, Sand Dune of Spirits, Valley of Strong Winds, Thirsty Desert, Sandy Cave, Mysterious Geoglyph, Destiny Tower (1-5F)

Poliwrath River, Gooey Bog, Pelipper Dungeon: End

lowers Travel Speed

Waterfall Basin Grotto, Submerged Cave, Deep Ocean Tunnel, Spiral Vortex, Cape of Wonders, Stone Tree Mountain, Snowy Cave, Ocean Tempest, Seafloor Ruins

World Tree, Sacred Ruins, Dragon Gate, Meteorite Crater, Hall of Magic, Prehistoric Ruins, Guidance Ruins, During Electric Terrain

Spring of Resolve, Frosty Tree Steps, Blue Point, Aurora's Edge, Midnight Sun Gorge, Frozen Mountain, Clear Lake, Fossil Excavation, Altar of Ice, Altar of Ice: Depths

During Misty Terrain

lowers Special Attack

Pokémon Rumble series The secondary effect depends on the type of stage it is used in. All other properties are the same regardless of area.

Pokémon Rumble World

Stage type

Status inflicted

Battle Royale, Tower, Power Plant, and Graveyard

Paralyzed

Plains, Flowery Plains, Forest, Autumn Forest, and Giant Tree

Asleep

Cave, Cliffs, and Volcano

Flinch

Desert

Hit Ratio ↓

Swamp

Speed ↓

Beach

Attack ↓

Glacier

Frozen

MDRB

Inflicts damage on the target. It may also trigger other effects depending on the terrain.

MDTDS

Inflicts damage on the target. It may also trigger other effects depending on the dungeon terrain.

BSL

てきポケモンに ダメージをあたえる しかも いっていのかくりつで まわりの ちけいにあわせた さまざまなこうかが はっせいする

MDGtISMD

It damages an enemy. It could also trigger other effects depending on the scenery of the floor.

In the anime

Nincada

Bibarel

Happiny

Ursaring

The user glows pink and attacks. It has an added effect that varies with environment.

Method

User

First Used In

Notes

Nincada

Nincada's claws glow white. Then, it raises its claws above its head and a blue orb appears. The orb turns into a blue beam and the beam is shot at the opponent.

Keanu's Nincada

A Three Team Scheme!

DebutIncorrectly referred to as Hidden Power in the dubUsed on water

Glameow

Glameow's body glows pink and it releases a pink wave from its body all around it.

Zoey's Glameow

Dawn's Early Night!!

English dub debut

Happiny

Happiny waves her arms and it releases a pink wave from her body all around her. When the wave hits the opponent, it becomes dazed.

Brock's Happiny

Tanks for the Memories!

Used on rocky terrain

Bibarel

Bibarel's body glow pink and multiple green tentacle-like energy appears around it. Then, similar green tentacle-like energy surrounds the opponent's body and wrap around it, causing it to fall asleep.

Reggie's Bibarel

Lost Leader Strategy!

Used on grass

Glaceon

Glaceon's body glows sparkling pink and it slams into the opponent. When hit, the opponent also glows sparkling pink.

May's Glaceon

Strategy With a Smile!

None

Ursaring

Ursaring grabs the opponent and its body becomes surrounded in a pink aura. The opponent then glows pinkish-white, hurting it.

Paul's Ursaring

Chim - Charred!

In the manga In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Carvanha

The user creates an empty space.

First Chapter Used In

Carvanha

Carvanha creates an empty space in stones or trees.

Amber's Carvanha

Mowing Down Ludicolo

Debut

In Getting the Drop on Gallade I, a Zangoose used in the Battle Castle was revealed to know Secret Power, but it was never seen using the move. In the Phantom Thief Pokémon 7 manga

Gardevoir

The user gives a different status infliction to the opponent that depends on the location.

Gardevoir

Gardevoir's body glows brightly and the opponent is stricken with a status infliction.

Rocco's Gardevoir

Stolen Memories

In other generations

This section is incomplete.Please feel free to edit this section to add missing information and complete it. Reason: link battle images; Generations VI and VII images.

Core series games In buildings

Generation I

RBY

Generation I(Japanese)

Generation I(international)

Generation II

Generation II(Japanese)

Generation II(international)

Generation III(Japanese)

Generation III(international)

RS

FRLGE

Generation IV(Japanese)

Generation IV(international)

PtHGSS

HGSS

BW

B2W2

Generation V(Japanese)

Generation V(international)

Stadium (Jap)

Stadium

Stadium 2

XD

Battle Revolution

Battle Revolution(alternative animation)

Battrio

Mystery Dungeon

PMD: Red and Blue

PMD: Time, Darkness, Sky

Rumble

Rumble Blast

In link battles

On plain terrain

In sand

In caves

On rocks

In tall grass

In long grass

In pond water

In sea water

Underwater

In snow or ice

In puddles

In the Distortion World

Side series games

Spin-off series games

Outside of battle Tree

Indent

Shrub

Trivia Secret Power is the only move that can have a chance of freezing higher than 10%, excluding Blizzard in the Japanese Generation I handheld games. Secret Power is the only physical move able to induce sleep. Secret Power only uses the animations of damage-dealing moves. In Generation IV and V as well as Pokémon X and Y, Secret Power only uses the animations of single-target moves. In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Secret Power uses the animation of Incinerate in a volcanic area and the animation of Swift in space, the only instances of it using the animation of a multi-target move in Generation VI. As a result, it has a unique animation when used in Horde Encounters in volcanic areas (there are no battles with multiple opponents in space). Incinerate shoots fireballs at all opponents, whereas Secret Power only shoots a fireball at the target. This is the only instance in the core series games that Secret Power has a unique animation. In Generation VII, Secret Power uses the animation of Incinerate when used in volcanic areas, the only instance of it using the animation of a multi-target move in that generation. Unlike in Generation VI, it uses the same animation as Incinerate in battles with multiple opponents, causing both opponents to react to the hit despite the move only affecting one of them. In other languages

Language

Title

Chinese

Cantonese

秘密之力 Beimaht-jī Lihk *神秘力量 Sàhnbei Lihkleuhng *

Mandarin

秘密之力 Mìmì-zhī Lì *神秘力量 Shénmì Lìliàng *秘密的力量 Mìmì-de Lìliàng *

Danish

Hemmelig kraft*Hemmelig styrke*

Dutch

Geheime kracht

French

Force Cachée

German

Geheimpower

Greek

Μυστική Δύναμη

Hindi

छुपी हुई शक्ति Chupi Hui Shakti

Indonesian

Kekuatan Rahasia

Italian

Forzasegreta

Korean

비밀의힘 Bimil-yi Him

Norwegian

Hemmelig Kraft

Polish

Tajna Moc

Portuguese

Poder Secreto

Romanian

Puterea Secretă

Serbian

Tajna Moć

Spanish

Latin America

Spain

Daño Secreto

Swedish

Hemlig kraft*

Vietnamese

Sức Mạnh Bí Mật

Generation III TMs

01 • 02 • 03 • 04 • 05 • 06 • 07 • 08 • 09 • 10 • 11 • 12 • 13 • 14 • 15 • 16 • 17 • 18 • 19 • 20 • 21 • 22 • 23 • 24 • 25

26 • 27 • 28 • 29 • 30 • 31 • 32 • 33 • 34 • 35 • 36 • 37 • 38 • 39 • 40 • 41 • 42 • 43 • 44 • 45 • 46 • 47 • 48 • 49 • 50

Generation III HMs

01 • 02 • 03 • 04 • 05 • 06 • 07 • 08RSE

Generation IV TMs

01 • 02 • 03 • 04 • 05 • 06 • 07 • 08 • 09 • 10 • 11 • 12 • 13 • 14 • 15 • 16 • 17 • 18 • 19 • 20 • 21 • 22 • 23

24 • 25 • 26 • 27 • 28 • 29 • 30 • 31 • 32 • 33 • 34 • 35 • 36 • 37 • 38 • 39 • 40 • 41 • 42 • 43 • 44 • 45 • 46

47 • 48 • 49 • 50 • 51 • 52 • 53 • 54 • 55 • 56 • 57 • 58 • 59 • 60 • 61 • 62 • 63 • 64 • 65 • 66 • 67 • 68 • 69

70 • 71 • 72 • 73 • 74 • 75 • 76 • 77 • 78 • 79 • 80 • 81 • 82 • 83 • 84 • 85 • 86 • 87 • 88 • 89 • 90 • 91 • 92

Generation IV HMs

01 • 02 • 03 • 04 • 05 (DPPt • HGSS) • 06 • 07 • 08

Generation VI TMs

01 • 02 • 03 • 04 • 05 • 06 • 07 • 08 • 09 • 10 • 11 • 12 • 13 • 14 • 15 • 16 • 17 • 18 • 19 • 20 • 21 • 22 • 23 • 24 • 25 • 26

27 • 28 • 29 • 30 • 31 • 32 • 33 • 34 • 35 • 36 • 37 • 38 • 39 • 40 • 41 • 42 • 43 • 44 • 45 • 46 • 47 • 48 • 49 • 50 • 51 • 52

53 • 54 • 55 • 56 • 57 • 58 • 59 • 60 • 61 • 62 • 63 • 64 • 65 • 66 • 67 • 68 • 69 • 70 • 71 • 72 • 73 • 74 • 75 • 76 • 77 • 78

79 • 80 • 81 • 82 • 83 • 84 • 85 • 86 • 87 • 88 • 89 • 90 • 91 • 92 • 93 • 94 (XY • ORAS) • 95 • 96 • 97 • 98 • 99 • 100

Generation VI HMs

01 • 02 • 03 • 04 • 05 • 06ORAS • 07ORAS

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.

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