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Stone Edge
ストーンエッジ Stone Edge
Stone Edge VII.png
Introduced: Generation IV
Battle Data
Type: Type Rock.gif
Category: Type Physical.gif
Power: 100
Accuracy: 80%
PP: 5 (Max. 8)
Priority: 0
Contact: No
Contest Data
Super Contests (DPPt)
Condition: Tough
Appeal: 2 ♥♥
Earn +2 if the Judge's Voltage goes up.
Contest Spectaculars (ORAS)
Condition: Tough
Appeal: 3 ♥♥♥
Jam: 0
Affected by how well the previous Pokémon's move went.

Stone Edge is a Rock-type move introduced in Generation IV. It has been TM71 since Generation IV.

Description

Games Description
DPPtHGSS The user stabs the foe with a sharpened stone. It has a high critical-hit ratio.
BWB2W2 The user stabs the foe with sharpened stones from below. It has a high critical-hit ratio.
XYORAS The user stabs the target with sharpened stones from below. Critical hits land more easily.
SMUSUM
SWSH
The user stabs the opponent with sharpened stones from below. Critical hits land more easily.

Effect

In battle

Stone Edge inflicts damage to the target and has a high chance of being a Critical Hit.

In a Double Battle, Stone Edge can target any Pokémon around the user. In a Triple Battle, Stone Edge can only target a Pokémon that's adjacent to the user.

Learnset

By leveling up

Pokémon Type Egg groups Level
IV V VI VII VIII
074.png Geodude rock/ground 39 50 50 (XY)
42 (ORAS)
42 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
074A.png Geodude rock/electric 42 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
075.png Graveler rock/ground 49 64 64 (XY)
54 (ORAS)
54 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
075A.png Graveler rock/electric 54 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
076.png Golem rock/ground 49 64 64 (XY)
54 (ORAS)
54 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
076A.png Golem rock/electric 54 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
096.png Onix rock/ground 49 (DP)
54 (PtHGSS)
62 (BW)
46 (B2W2)
46 46 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
111.png Rhyhorn ground/rock 45 52 52 (XY)
41 (ORAS)
41 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
112.png Rhydon ground/rock 45 56 56 (XY)
41 (ORAS)
41 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
185.png Sudowoodo rock 43 (B2W2) 43 47 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
208.png Steelix ground/steel 49 (DP)
54 (PtHGSS)
62 (BW)
46 (B2W2)
46 46 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
213.png Shuckle bug/rock 49 (B2W2) 49 49 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
246.png Larvitar rock/ground 46 50 50 50 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
247.png Pupitar rock/ground 54 60 60 60 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
248.png Tyranitar rock/ground 54 63 63 63 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
299.png Nosepass rock 55 (DP)
61 (PtHGSS)
61 (BW)
46 (B2W2)
46 (XY)
40 (ORAS)
40 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
337.png Lunatone rock/psychic 41 (B2W2) 41 (XY)
37 (ORAS)
37 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
338.png Solrock rock/psychic 41 (B2W2) 41 (XY)
37 (ORAS)
37 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
377.png Regirock rock 73 73 73 (XY)
43 (ORAS)
43 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
464.png Rhyperior ground/rock 45 56 56 (XY)
41 (ORAS)
41 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
476.png Probopass rock/steel 55 (DP)
61 (PtHGSS)
61 (BW)
46 (B2W2)
46 (XY)
40 (ORAS)
40 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
485.png Heatran fire/steel 88 88 88 88 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
524.png Roggenrola rock 36 36 36 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
525.png Boldore rock 48 48 48 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
526.png Gigalith rock 48 48 48 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
532.png Timburr fighting 43 43 43 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
533.png Gurdurr fighting 49 49 49 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
534.png Conkeldurr fighting 49 49 49 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
639.png Terrakion rock/fighting 67 67 55 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
645.png Landorus ground/flying 73 73 67 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
689.png Barbaracle rock/water 1, 60 1, 60 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
703.png Carbink rock/fairy 49 49 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
719.png Diancie rock/fairy 49 49 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
744.png Rockruff rock 48 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
745.png Lycanroc rock 48 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
745Mn.png Lycanroc rock 48 {{{9}}} {{{10}}}
745Du.png Lycanroc rock 48 (USUM) {{{9}}} {{{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.

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Trivia

  • In the Generation IV and V games, the animation for Stone Edge is depicted as multiple stones shooting upwards; while in the Generation VI games and onwards, the animation depicts three stone pillars sticking out of the ground.

Gallery

Main games

Main series

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