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All pokémon after the first user have the doubled power.
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It shouldn't.Why does Hustle affect special attacks in ASB? And does it also lower the accuracy of non-damaging moves?
EDIT: Also does Solar Power's damage count as self-inflicted?
EDIT2: Also I should point out that while Bulbapedia has Role Play and Magic Coat's tutor lists straight on those moves' pages, it still has them swapped on Pokémon learnset pages (or at least Buneary's).
No.Does Mist prevent self-inflicted stat drops?
It will encore mirror move/metronome/whatever.If a Pokemon uses Encore on Sleep Talk, Mirror Move, Metronome, or other similar moves, will it Encore Sleep Talk/Mirror Move/etc., or will it Encore the move called?
Final damage (before things like critical hit bonuses and item bonuses).Do the boosts and decreases from sun/rain to Fire- and Water-type moves get multiplied to attacks' base power or the final damage?
A similar such answer has been answered regarding Taunt; if Encore is assumed to work the same way (and it probably is to be), then it lasts for three repetitions of the encored attack.I swear I saw this being asked somewhere, but I can't seem to find it again... Anyway, if a Pokemon is Encored, then will it be encored for three actions or three repetitions of the attack?
No, it lasts for three actions, barring sleep (Negrek ruling here).A similar such answer has been answered regarding Taunt; if Encore is assumed to work the same way (and it probably is to be), then it lasts for three repetitions of the encored attack.
Three attempts at performing the attack. If a combo is encored, the pokémon would attempt to repeat the full combo once more only.I swear I saw this being asked somewhere, but I can't seem to find it again... Anyway, if a Pokemon is Encored, then will it be encored for three actions or three repetitions of the attack? And if a combo is encored, then will the Pokemon keep performing that combo, or just one of the moves in the combo?
Yesfor the purposes of encore's duration, would an inability to execute a combo due to restriction on actions in a round count as an attempt to execute?
I assume that should read "The target is slowed"?Icy Wind said:The user opens its mouth and exhales a weak gust of frigid air to attack the opponent with bitter cold. The user is slowed either by sluggishness in response to a sudden drop in metabolism or by a thin layer of frost that forms on its joints.