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Drain Punch
ドレインパンチ Drain Punch
Drain Punch VI.png
Introduced: Generation IV
Battle Data
Type: Type Fighting.gif
Category: Type Physical.gif
Power: 75[1]
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10 (Max. 16)[2]
Priority: 0
Contact: Yes
Contest Data
Super Contests (DPPt)
Condition: Beauty
Appeal: 1
Earn +3 if two Pokémon raise the Voltage in a row.
Contest Spectaculars (ORAS)
Condition: Tough
Appeal: 1
Jam: 0
Shows off the Pokémon's appeal about as well as the move used just before it.

Drain Punch is a Fighting-type move introduced in Generation IV. It was TM60 in Generation IV.

Description

Games Description
DPPtHGSS
BWB2W2
XYORAS
SMUSUM
An energy draining punch. The user's HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target.

Effect

In battle

Drain Punch does damage to the target, then restores the user's HP by up to half of the damage dealt to the target. In a Double Battle, Drain Punch can target any Pokémon around the user. In a Triple Battle, Drain Punch can only target a Pokémon that's adjacent to the user.

Learnset

By leveling up

Pokémon Type Egg groups Level
III IV V VI VII VIII
537.png Seismitoad water/ground 44 44 44 {{{8}}} {{{9}}} {{{10}}} {{{11}}}
619.png Mienfoo fighting 33 33 33 {{{8}}} {{{9}}} {{{10}}} {{{11}}}
620.png Mienshao fighting 33 33 33 {{{8}}} {{{9}}} {{{10}}} {{{11}}}
802.png Marshadow fighting/ghost 1 {{{8}}} {{{9}}} {{{10}}} {{{11}}}
Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

By breeding

Pokémon Type Egg Groups Father
III IV V VI VII VIII
165.png Ledyba bug/flying 165.png166.png 165.png166.png 165.png166.png
285.png Shroomish grass (BW)
035.png036.png039.png
040.png044.png045.png
182.png176.png468.png
271.png272.png331.png
332.png286.png531.png
(B2W2)
035.png036.png039.png
040.png044.png045.png
182.png176.png468.png
271.png272.png331.png
332.png286.png531.png
556.png
035.png036.png039.png
040.png044.png045.png
182.png176.png468.png
271.png272.png331.png
332.png286.png531.png
556.png
035.png036.png039.png
040.png044.png045.png
182.png176.png468.png
271.png272.png331.png
332.png286.png531.png
556.png
307.png Meditite fighting/psychic 619.png620.png 619.png620.png 619.png620.png
453.png Croagunk poison/fighting 619.png620.png 619.png620.png 619.png620.png
532.png Timburr fighting 619.png620.png 619.png620.png 619.png620.png
559.png Scraggy dark/fighting 619.png620.png 619.png620.png 619.png620.png
Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
* indicates a Pokémon that can only learn this move through chain breeding.

By TM

Pokémon Type Egg groups Machine
IV V VI VII VIII
035.png Clefairy normal TM60 {{{10}}}
036.png Clefable normal TM60 {{{10}}}
039.png Jigglypuff normal TM60 {{{10}}}
040.png Wigglytuff normal TM60 {{{10}}}
044.png Gloom grass/poison TM60 {{{10}}}
045.png Vileplume grass/poison TM60 {{{10}}}
063.png Abra psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
064.png Kadabra psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
065.png Alakazam psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
080.png Slowbro water/psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
094.png Gengar ghost/poison TM60 {{{10}}}
096.png Drowzee psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
097.png Hypno psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
107.png Hitmonchan fighting TM60 {{{10}}}
113.png Chansey normal TM60 {{{10}}}
115.png Kangaskhan normal TM60 {{{10}}}
122.png Mr. Mime psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
124.png Jynx ice/psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
150.png Mewtwo psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
151.png Mew psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
165.png Ledyba bug/flying TM60 {{{10}}}
166.png Ledian bug/flying TM60 {{{10}}}
176.png Togetic normal/flying TM60 {{{10}}}
182.png Bellossom grass TM60 {{{10}}}
199.png Slowking water/psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
242.png Blissey normal TM60 {{{10}}}
252.png Treecko grass TM60 {{{10}}}
253.png Grovyle grass TM60 {{{10}}}
254.png Sceptile grass TM60 {{{10}}}
271.png Lombre water/grass TM60 {{{10}}}
272.png Ludicolo water/grass TM60 {{{10}}}
286.png Breloom grass/fighting TM60 {{{10}}}
307.png Meditite fighting/psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
308.png Medicham fighting/psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
326.png Grumpig psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
327.png Spinda normal TM60 {{{10}}}
331.png Cacnea grass TM60 {{{10}}}
332.png Cacturne grass/dark TM60 {{{10}}}
352.png Kecleon normal TM60 {{{10}}}
377.png Regirock rock TM60 {{{10}}}
385.png Jirachi steel/psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
386.png Deoxys psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
427.png Buneary normal TM60 {{{10}}}
428.png Lopunny normal TM60 {{{10}}}
439.png Mime Jr. psychic TM60 {{{10}}}
447.png Riolu fighting TM60 {{{10}}}
448.png Lucario fighting/steel TM60 {{{10}}}
468.png Togekiss normal/flying TM60 {{{10}}}
475.png Gallade psychic/fighting TM60 {{{10}}}
486.png Regigigas normal TM60 {{{10}}}
491.png Darkrai dark TM60 {{{10}}}
Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

Gallery

Main series

References

  1. ^ As of Generation V, Drain Punch has a base power of 75, which prior to that had a base power of 60
  2. ^ As of Generation V, Drain Punch has a base pp of 10 and could be raised to maximum of 16, which prior to that had a base pp of 5 and could be raised to a maximum of 8


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