In battles against multiple foes, are you allowed to choose Metronome or Sleep Talk's target?
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Baton Pass - Normal 100%
Target: Next friendly pokémon to be sent out
Class: Stat modifier (any and all)
Contest Type: Intimidating
Contest Score: +20
The user glows a reddish color and freezes in place, before reverting to a ball of glowing red energy. The trainer's next pokémon is sent out into this ball of energy, absorbing the baton passer's stat changes and some other special conditions before the user is returned to their pokéball. In addition to simple stat modifiers, the effects of ingrain, leech seed, and mean look may be passed. This attak may only be used in 2vs2 or greater matches, and only if the user's trainer has at least one pokémon left that has not yet been revealed. In addition, the pokémon that used baton pass must eventually be sent out again. Thus, in a 2vs2 battle if an absol passes to a pelipper and the pelipper faints, the absol must be sent out again with the same amount of HP/energy left as when it used baton pass, and it may at that point no longer baton pass.
If the whatever-it-is has been integrated with the pokemon's body, then yes, it is forced to take it along. So you couldn't leave behind the poison of toxic, any leech seeds that have become rooted in you, or some body mod integrated with the pokemon's actual flesh. However, if it's just something attached to or lying on top of the pokemon through more superficial means, the pokemon can choose to leave it behind. So a pokemon can teleport while leaving behind an item tied around its neck or the snorlax that was lying on top of it.Should a Pokémon use Teleport, is it capable or forced to carry over anything that's previously been attached to it?
Attract counts as a status, although it's treated differently than paralysis, poison, and so on by some attacks (like facade). It's not a "major status condition."Attract counts as a status effect, right? If not, I'm screwed...
If it's normal sleep and not the trance caused by rest or something similar, then yes, roar can wake a pokemon up. It might not be able to if the pokemon is particularly deeply asleep, though.Quick question. Is Roar able to wake a sleeping pokemon?
The chance that mimic will work decreases as you go back in time, as it becomes harder for pokemon to remember the details of an attack's execution. Anything over three actions ago is likely not going to work, unless perhaps it's very close to an attack the pokemon already knows or it got used a lot in the match. Whether or not the pokemon that used the attack is still on the field is irrelevant--it's time since the attack was last executed that matters.Is it possible to Mimic any move that has been used thus far in the match, even if the Pokemon who used it is no longer on the field?
You will see damage but no recovery on pain split.Heal Block prevents pokemon from recovering via any move. So what happens in the case of Pain Split? Will the pokemon still cause damage and just not recover, or will the move fail completely?
Also, for clarification; In regards to two-turn moves like Bounce, Dig, Dive, etc., if they are used as a direct attack rather than just movement, can these moves be used in a single action like any other move or are they still required to take two actions?