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    Move List by jamescom1

    Version: 1.0 | Updated: 10/31/10 | Search Guide | Bookmark Guide

    Glossary (Continued)

    Vital Throw

    The Pokémon retaliates against damage from Physical Attacks. It grabs an
    attacking enemy and hurls it away. But if the Pokémon faints from the damage,
    it can't retaliate. This status lasts a certain number of turns.

    Whiffer

    The Pokémon's accuracy with moves and attacks is reduced to the lowest level,
    so they rarely hit. Even moves that usually will always connect may miss
    their target. This status lasts a certain number of turns.

    Wish

    The Pokémon recovers HP naturally faster than usual. This status lasts a
    certain number of turns.

    Wrap

    The Pokémon wraps around its target, inflicting damage every few turns. During
    this time, the Pokémon is incapable of action. This lasts a certain number of
    turns.

    Wrapped

    The Pokémon is wrapped by an attacker and is incapable of action. It will also
    take damage every few turns. This status lasts a certain number of turns.

    Yawning

    The Pokémon becomes drowsy after hearing the attacker's yawn, then falls
    asleep sometime later.

    explosion

    The Pokémon or trap can explode, inflicting damage on itself and all Pokémon
    within a 1-tile range. The explosion also halves the HP of all
    exploration-team members in range. It also destroys walls and items inside
    the blast zone.

    huge explosion

    The Pokémon or trap can explode savagely, inflicting damage on itself and all
    Pokémon within a 2-tile range. The huge explosion halves the HP of all
    exploration-team members in range. It also destroys walls and items inside
    the blast zone.

    link

    Two or more moves are connected into a linked chain of moves that are
    delivered one after the other. Linked moves can be powerful, but using linked
    moves makes the Pokémon's Belly empty faster. The link is broken if the
    PP of any linked move runs out.

    Physical Attack

    Physical Attack moves are based on the Attack and Defense stats. Check
    the description of a move to see if it falls into this category.

    Special Attack

    Special Attack moves are based on the Special Attack and
    Special Defense stats. Check the description of a move to see if it falls
    into this category.

    Used TM

    The remains of the TM ????? after use. It can be restored to its original
    state using the move Recycle. Beware: there are some TMs that can't be
    restored.

    Version History

    Version 0.99 - July 22, 2010

    I have most of the moves. Still missing from the FAQ is one more move:
    Volt Tackle. From what I understand, Volt Tackle is an egg move for Pichu.
    If I can confirm Volt Tackle, then I'll add it to the FAQ.

    Version 1.0 - October 31, 2010

    Finally got Volt Tackle. It is obtainable only as an egg move for Pichu,
    making it quite difficult to get. The Move List is now complete (467 moves).

    Thanks to

    • God, my Lord and Savior.
    • My family, who always supports me.
    • ChunSoft, Game Freak, and Nintendo, for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon.

    Contact

    E-Mail: jamescom1@yahoo.com

    If you spot an error in the FAQ, you can send me a message at my address above. Please note that the FAQ is specifically for Explorers of Sky, so if you have Explorers of Time or Explorers of Darkness, then you may have some differences in your version's moves.

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