Flail (move) -Pokémon encyclopedia

Flailじたばた Wriggling

Battles

Type

 Normal

Category

 Physical

PP

 15 (max. 24)

Power

 Varies

Accuracy

 100%

Priority

Makes contact
Affected by Protect
Not affected by Magic Coat
Not affected by Snatch
Affected by Mirror Move
Affected by King’s Rock

Target

Foe

Self

Ally

May affect anyone adjacent to the user

Availability

Introduced

 Generation II

Not a TM, HM, or Move Tutor لعبه العاب فلاش move.

Contests

Condition

 Cute

Appeal

 1 ♥

Jam

 0

The appeal works better the later it is performed.

Super Contests

 2 ♥♥

Earns double the score on the final performance.

Contest Spectaculars

Jamming

Works better the later it is used in a turn.

On Smogon’s Movedex:
Generation II
Generation III
Generation IV
Generation V
Generation VI
Generation VII

Flail (Japanese: じたばた Wriggling) is a damage-dealing Normal-type move introduced in Generation II.

Contents

1 Effect

1.1 Generation II
1.2 Generation III onward

2 Description
3 Learnset

3.1 By leveling up
3.2 By breeding
3.3 Special move

3.3.1 Generation IV
3.3.2 Generation V

3.4 By event

3.4.1 Generation II
3.4.2 Generation IV

4 In other games

4.1 Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series
4.2 Description

5 In the anime
6 In the manga

6.1 In the Pokémon Adventures manga

7 In other generations

7.1 Core series games
7.2 Side series games
7.3 Spin-off series games

8 Trivia
9 In other languages

Effect
Generation II
Flail inflicts damage. Its power is higher when the user’s HP is lower.

HP%

HP ≥ 68.75%

20

35.42% ≤ HP < 68.75%

40

20.83% ≤ HP < 35.42%

80

10.42% ≤ HP < 20.83%

100

4.17% ≤ HP < 10.42%

150

HP < 4.17%

200

Flail cannot cause a critical hit, and its damage is not varied by a random number during damage calculation.

Generation III onward
Flail can now cause a critical hit, and its damage is now varied by a random number during damage calculation.
Flail can be used as part of a Pokémon Contest combination, with the user gaining an extra appeal point if the move Endure was used in the prior turn. It is also part of a Contest Spectacular combination and will give an extra three appeal points if the move Endure was used in the prior turn.

Description

Games

Description

Stad2

An attack that increases in power if the user's HP is low. It could turn the tide in battle.

GSC

Stronger if the user's HP is low.

RSEColo.XD

Inflicts more damage when the user's HP is down.

FRLG

A desperate attack that becomes more powerful the less HP the user has.

DPPtHGSSPBRBWB2W2

The user flails about aimlessly to attack. It becomes more powerful the less HP the user has.

XYORASSMUSUM

The user flails about aimlessly to attack. The less HP the user has, the greater the move's power.

Learnset
By leveling up

#

Pokémon

Types

Egg Groups

Level

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

098

Krabby

Water 3

49FRLG

45

099

Kingler

65FRLG

63

118

Goldeen

Water 2

24

21

21XY13ORAS

13

119

Seaking

129

Magikarp

Dragon

30

158

Totodile

Monster

Water 1

22PtHGSS

22

159

Croconaw

24PtHGSS

160

Feraligatr

170

Chinchou

9

9XY31ORAS

31

171

Lanturn

9XY33ORAS

33

185

Sudowoodo

Mineral

10

1, 6

1, 6BW1, 5B2W2

1, 5

206

Dunsparce

Field

44FRLG

53

63BW49B2W2

49

48SM51USUM

220

Swinub

40B2W2

222

Corsola

52B2W2

50

231

Phanpy

17

6

232

Donphan

1

263

Zigzagoon

37

37XY29ORAS

29

287

Slakoth

43

49XY33ORAS

289

Slaking

49XY39ORAS

39

324

Torkoal

52

1, 52XY42ORAS

42

327

Spinda

Human-Like

349

Feebas

369

Relicanth

370

Luvdisc

46

31XY27ORAS

26

413

WormadamPlant Cloak

Bug

38

WormadamSandy Cloak

WormadamTrash Cloak

438

Bonsly

Undiscovered

6BW5B2W2

5

480

Uxie

61

1, 61

535

Tympole

34

536

Palpitoad

537

Seismitoad

540

Sewaddle

550

Basculin

1, 46

557

Dwebble

41

558

Crustle

588

Karrablast

613

Cubchoo

36

614

Beartic

618

Stunfisk

Amorphous

55

1, 55

659

Bunnelby

660

Diggersby

32

661

Fletchling

Flying

16

662

Fletchinder

663

Talonflame

682

Spritzee

Fairy

683

Aromatisse

692

Clauncher

693

Clawitzer

703

Carbink

35

704

Goomy

28

705

Sliggoo

706

Goodra

719

Diancie

759

Stufful

19

760

Bewear

761

Bounsweet

Grass

775

Komala

776

Turtonator

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

007

Squirtle

027

Sandshrew

SandshrewAlola Form

037

Vulpix

VulpixAlola Form

043

Oddish

046

Paras

052

Meowth

MeowthAlola Form

074

Geodude

GeodudeAlola Form

083

Farfetch'd

084

Doduo

095

Onix

114

Tangela

116

Horsea

127

Pinsir

133

Eevee

140

Kabuto

152

Chikorita

172

Pichu

✔HGSS

204

Pineco

211

Qwilfish

214

Heracross

223

Remoraid

270

Lotad

328

Trapinch

335

Zangoose

339

Barboach

393

Piplup

417

Pachirisu

427

Buneary

431

Glameow

456

Finneon

504

Patrat

564

Tirtouga

572

Minccino

777

Togedemaru

Special move
Generation IV

Obtained with

025

Pikachu

Pokéwalker — Yellow Forest

Pokéwalker — Resort

Generation V

Dream World — Pleasant Forest

Dream World — Sparkling Sea

Dream World — Dream Park

By event

041

Zubat

New York Pokémon Center

086

Seel

2010 World Championships EeveeVideo Game Championships 2010 Eevee

In other games
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series
Flail does 2× damage if the user is under 75% health, 4× damage if the user is under 50% health, and 8× damage if the user is under 25% HP.

This article has information requiring translation. If you are able to translate Japanese and would like to help, please add the English translation to the section or sections in Japanese.

MDRB

Inflicts damage on the target. The lower the user's HP, the greater the damage.

MDTDS

Inflicts damage on the target. The lower the user's HP, the greater the damage it inflicts.

BSL

てきポケモンに ダメージをあたえる じぶんのHPが のこりすくないほど あたえるダメージが おおきい

MDGtISMD

It damages an enemy. The lower your HP is, the greater the damage it causes.

Monopoly: Pokémon Exclusive Kanto Edition

Flail avoids the rent charge!

In the anime

The user flails about aimlessly to attack.

Method

User

First Used In

Notes

Magikarp

Magikarp hits the opponent repeatedly with its tailfin.

A wild Magikarp

The Ties That Bind

Debut

Yo, Ho, Ho! Go, Popplio!

None

Big Sky, Small Fry!

Bonsly

Bonsly flails around, jumping from one foot to the other quickly.

Brock's Bonsly

King and Queen for a Day!

Sudowoodo

Sudowoodo flails around its arms and legs, then throws the opponent, or Sudowoodo runs up to the opponent and flails around its arms and legs, hitting the opponent repeatedly.

Brock's Sudowoodo

Leave It To Brocko!

In the manga
In the Pokémon Adventures manga

The user flails its body around to attack.

First Chapter Used In

Sudowoodo flails its arms and legs around the opponent, hitting it.

Gold's Sudobo

Lugia and Ho-Oh on the Loose (Part 2)

In Pinsir Me, I Must Be Dreaming, a Pinsir that Emerald was renting from the Battle Factory was revealed to know Flail by Emerald's Pokédex.
In other generations
Core series games

Generation I

RBY

Generation I(Japanese)

Generation I(international)

Generation II(Japanese)

Generation II(international)

Crystal

Generation III(Japanese)

Generation III(international)

RS

FRLGE

Generation IV(Japanese)

Generation IV(international)

PtHGSS

HGSS

BW

B2W2

Generation V(Japanese)

Generation V(international)

XY

ORAS

Stadium (Jap)

Stadium

Stadium 2

Colosseum

XD

Battle Revolution

Battle Revolution(alternative animation)

Battrio

Mystery Dungeon

PMD: Red and Blue

PMD: Time, Darkness, Sky

Rumble

Rumble Blast

Side series games

Spin-off series games

Trivia
This move was Magikarp's attack (as じたばた / Wriggling in Japanese and as Flail in English) in the Base Set set of the TCG prior to being introduced in Generation II of the games.
In other languages

Language

Title

Chinese

Cantonese

抓狂 Jáaukwòhng *手足慌亂 Sáujūk Fōnglyuhn *

Mandarin

抓狂 Zhuākuáng *手足慌亂 / 手足慌乱 Shǒuzú Huāngluàn *

Dutch

Huppel

Finnish

Läpsyttely

French

Fléau

German

Dreschflegel

Greek

Μαστίγωμα Mastígoma

Italian

Flagello

Korean

바둥바둥 Badungbadung

Polish

Bicz*Latający Ogon*

Brazilian Portuguese

Mangual (Flashfire-present)Ataque de Cauda (Diamond & Pearl-Boundaries Crossed)Espancar

Romanian

Biciul

Serbian

Mlaćenje

Spanish

Azote

Swedish

Slagattack

Vietnamese

Vùng Vẫy

Variations of the move Flail

Flail • Reversal

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Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Flail

Trainer

Rocket's Secret Machine

Nightly Garbage Run 夜の廃品回収 Evening Garbage Collection

Illus. Sumiyoshi Kizuki

English expansion

Team Rocket

Rarity

English card no.

77/82

Japanese expansion

Rocket Gang

Japanese Rarity

Card GB 2 set

Team Rocket's Ambition

Card GB 2 rarity

Card GB 2 ID

H47

Nightly Garbage Run (Japanese: 夜の廃品回収 Evening Garbage Collection) is a Rocket's Secret Machine card. It is part of the Team Rocket expansion.

Card text

All prints

You can't have more than 1 ACE SPEC card in your deck.

Team Plasma

FLARE

You can't have more than 1 card with the same name in your deck. If a card would go to the discard pile, put it in the Lost Zone instead.

Choose up to 3 Basic Pokémon cards, Evolution cards, and/or basic Energy cards from your discard pile. Show them to your opponent and shuffle them into your deck.

Do Nothing

At the beginning of your turn, flip a coin. If heads, you can do nothing during your turn. If tails, your opponent can do nothing during his or her next turn.

This card's effect is the same as that of Night Maintenance.

Origin

This article is part of Project TCG, a Bulbapedia project that aims to report on every aspect of the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Nightly_Garbage_Run

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Wobbuffet LV.46ソーナンス Sonans

Illus. Hironobu Yoshida

Evolution stage

Basic Pokémon

Card name

Wobbuffet

Psychic

Hit Points

90

weakness×2

resistanceNone

retreat cost

Neo Discovery

16/75

Crossing the Ruins…

Japanese rarity

Expansion

35/75

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Wobbuffet.

Wobbuffet (Japanese: ソーナンス Sonans) is a Psychic-type Basic Pokémon card. It is part of the Neo Discovery expansion.

1 Card text

1.1 Pokédex data

2 Release information
3 Trivia

3.1 Origin

Counter カウンター

If an attack damages Wobbuffet during your opponent's next turn (even if Wobbuffet is Knocked Out), flip a coin. If heads, Wobbuffet attacks the Defending Pokémon for an equal amount of damage.

Pokédex data

Wobbuffet — Patient Pokémon

No.

Height

Weight

202

4'3" (1.3 m)

63 lbs. (28.5 kg)

Pokédex entry

To keep its pitch-black tail hidden, it lives quietly in the darkness. It is never first to attack.

まっくろなしっぽを隠すため、暗闇でひっそりと生きている。自分からはこうげきしない。

Release information
This card was included in the Neo Discovery expansion as both a Holofoil and Non Holofoil card, first released in the Japanese Crossing the Ruins… expansion as a Holofoil card.

Counter is a move in the Pokémon games that Wobbuffet can learn. This card's Pokédex entry comes from Pokémon Silver.

Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Wobbuffet_(Neo_Discovery_16)

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Lucario  ルカリオ Lucario

Illus. kirisAki

Stage 1 PokémonEvolves from Riolu

Lucario

Fighting

120

GG End

Japanese card no.

026/054

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Lucario.

Lucario (Japanese: ルカリオ Lucario) is a Fighting-type Stage 1 Pokémon card. It is part of the GG End subset.

2 Trivia

2.1 Origin

Tag Coachタッグコーチ

Your Tag Team Pokémon take 20 less damage from your opponent's attacks (after applying Weakness and Resistance).

Mach Cross マッハストレート

Lucario — Aura Pokémon

448

3'11" (1.2 m)

119.0 lbs. (54.0 kg)

精神を 集中して 放つ 波動と 呼ばれる 不思議な 波は 大岩をも 粉々に 砕く。

Mach Cross is an attack that first appeared on Neo Destiny Hitmonchan as Supersonic Jab. This card's Pokédex entry comes from Pokémon Ultra Sun.

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