It may also leave the target paralyzed. It summons a thunderbolt from the sky to attack opponents on the ground. Play more games like Pokemon Yellow in the , , , , , , , , , , , , and gaming categories. Method User First Chapter Used In Notes Raikou releases a massive blast of electricity from its body at the opponent. When used during , Thunder bypasses checks to always hit, unless the target is in the of a move such as or. None Raichu's body becomes surrounded by electricity and it fires a massive yellow beam of electricity at the opponent. As it does, light blue sparks of electricity fluctuate in between its hands briefly and it pulls back its arms so its fists are behind its head.
The encounter rate for Abra is around 15% in those areas, according to Bulbapedia, so it's entirely possible you just haven't gotten lucky enough to encounter one. Debut None Used via Used via Used via None None Jolteon fires a massive beam of yellow electricity from its body at the opponent. None The bands on Zekrom's tail glow light blue with electricity and it flies into the air, releasing a powerful beam of electricity from it straight down, striking the opponent, or Zekrom's wings become surrounded in light blue electricity and it releases a beam of light blue electricity from its body at the opponent. Has a one-in-ten chance shot at paralyzing the target. None Minun fires a powerful beam of yellow electricity from its body into the air.
Then, Electivire's whole body becomes surrounded by electricity and it fires a blast of it from its body at the opponent, or the balls at the end of Electivire's antennae become surrounded by yellow electricity, and it fires a beam of yellow electricity from the antennae at the opponent, or Electivire puts its tails on the opponent and they become surrounded by yellow static. An attack that may cause paralysis. The beam then curves and hits the opponent. None None None A large amount of yellow sparks crackle off Raikou's body and its body becomes surrounded in yellow electricity. None Plusle fires a powerful beam of yellow electricity from its body into the air. Debut None In the Pokémon Adventures manga Electabuzz Thu-Fi-Zer Manectric Pikachu The opponent is hit by a massive bolt of lightning. When the electricity reaches the opponent, it curls around its body like a twister.
It's also possible that, with the extra pokemon that I assume show up in that area along with Abra the encounter rate got a little fucked somewhere and he just doesn't show up, or has some stupid low rate. Debut In the Pokémon Zensho manga Pikachu The user zaps the foe with a massive thunderbolt. None Volbeat charges electricity in its antennae and fires a beam of yellow electricity at the opponent from them. None Banette points one of its arms at the opponent and releases a yellow electric blast from it. Method User First Chapter Used In Notes Electivire raises its hand, causing a powerful thunderbolt to come down from the sky and strike the opponent.
None None Munchlax points at the opponent with both hands and a bolt of lightning comes down from the sky and strikes the opponent. Trainer boys has a Slowpoke which will activate the glitch on that route. When used during , its accuracy is reduced to 50%. None Reuniclus's whole body becomes surrounded by yellow electricity and it fires a blast of it from its body at the opponent. It may also afflict the targeted enemy with a Paralysis status condition. Thunder Charged Attack 100 Energy bar Duration 2.
It then fires a large bolt of yellow electricity from its body at the opponent. In only, due to , when used in it has a 30% chance to hit a target that has used or. None Therian Forme Thundurus puts its claws together, creating a beam of electricity between them. It then fires the beam of electricity from the sphere at the opponent. Frankly I played Thunder Yellow for a bit, and its pretty much not that different from normal yellow. It can hit enemies in the air using a move such as Fly.
In the anime In the main series Pikachu Thundurus Electivire Luxray The foe is hit by a massive lightning beam from the user. Incorrectly referred as in the dub None None Enhanced by Electabuzz fires multiple bolts of yellow electricity from its body at the opponent, or Electabuzz gathers electricity in between the horns on its head, and it fires a blast of yellow electricity from its horns at the opponent. None None None Electrike's body becomes surrounded by yellow sparks and it releases a beam of blue electricity from its body into the air. With the Paralysis status, the enemy's Travel Speed goes down and it can't attack or use moves. It even hits a Pokémon that is flying or bouncing. None None None Luxray's body becomes surrounded by electricity and it fires a massive yellow beam of electricity at the opponent. None Zapdos's body is struck with lightning from above and it disperses the electricity from all angles of its body.
Has a one-in-ten chance of paralyzing the target. Method User First Chapter Used In Notes Zapdos releases a bolt of lightning from its mouth at the opponent. Play the role of Ash in this classic Pokemon game based on the very first anime series! Anyone play this hack and know where he is for sure? In other games Thunder damages the enemy in front of the user and may paralyze the enemy. I even tried routes 5 and 6 where he is in the clean version. None Thundurus raises both of its arms into the air, touching the back of its fists together before pulling them apart. Thunder can be used as part of a , with the user gaining an extra three appeal points if either or was used in the prior turn. None Ampharos releases a yellow electrical blast from its body at the opponent.
None A sphere of electricity forms in between Groudon's hands. A wicked thunderbolt is dropped on the target to inflict damage. It can hit a Pokémon that is Flying or Bouncing. Pokemon Yellow is one of the earlier entry to the Pokemon game series and basically an enhanced version to Pokemon Red and Blue. It functions similarly to Pikachu's Thunder, although it strikes multiple times.
Learnset By Pokémon Types Egg Groups Level 025 43 41 41 41 45 50 50 58 58 30 081 44 082 56 125 54 58 58 58 62 55 55 55 50 135 54 52 52 52 71 71 45 45 45 31 145 51 73 85 78 78 78 78 64 179 37 37 46 55 46 46 46 180 45 45 53 65 56 56 56 181 57 57 68 79 62 62 62 239 49 49 46 56 43 43 43 243 71 71 71 85 85 85 85 309 36 49 52 52 49 49 310 45 61 66 66 54 54 311 37 38 42 42 43 43 312 37 38 42 42 43 43 466 58 62 55 55 55 642 67 67 61 644 78 78 78 695 1 1 702 45 45 Bold indicates a Pokémon gains from this move. Debut In the manga In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga Pikachu The user fires a powerful blast of electricity at the opponent. This can be remedied by turning off the in the options menu. Method User First Chapter Used In Notes Luxio releases electricity from its body onto the sky. None The cloud on Raikou's back grows longer and rises into the air, turning into the giant thunder cloud. It could also cause the Paralysis status condition. It can no longer paralyze Pokémon once again, due to them now being immune to.