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New Abilities

Pokemon Sun Walkthrough and Guide by warrior13
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New Abilities

As with all newer Pokemon Generations, the Seventh Generation introduces a number of brand New abilities to the World of Pokemon. There are exactly 41 New Pokemon Abilities.

New Abilities & Descriptions
Battery: Powers up ally Pokémon’s special Moves.

Battle Bond: Defeating an opposing Pokémon strengthens the Pokémon’s bond with its Trainer, and it becomes Ash-Greninja. Water Shuriken gets more powerful.

Beast Boost: The Pokémon boosts its most proficient Stat each Time it knocks out a Pokémon.

Berserk: Boosts the Pokémon’s Sp. Atk Stat when it takes a hit that causes its HP to become half or less.

Comatose: It’s always drowsing and will never wake up. It can attack without waking up.

Corrosion: The Pokémon can poison the target even if it’s a Steel or Poison type.

Dancer: When another Pokémon uses a dance move, it can use a dance move following it regardless of its Speed.

Dazzling: Surprises the opposing Pokémon, making it unable to attack using priority Moves.

Disguise: Once per Battle, the shroud that covers the Pokémon can protect it from an attack.

Electric Surge: Turns the ground into Electric Terrain when the Pokémon enters a Battle.

Emergency Exit: The Pokémon, sensing danger, switches out when its HP becomes half or less.

Fluffy: Halves the damage taken from Moves that make direct contact, but doubles that of Fire-type moves.

Full Metal Body: Prevents other Pokémon’s Moves or Abilities from lowering the Pokémon’s Stats.

Galvanize: Normal-type Moves become Electric-type moves. The power of those moves is boosted a little.

Grassy Surge: Turns the ground into Grassy Terrain when the Pokémon enters a Battle.

Innards Out: Damages the attacker landing the finishing hit by the amount equal to its last HP.

Liquid Voice: All sound-based Moves become Water-type moves.

Long Reach: The Pokémon uses its Moves without making contact with the target.

Merciless: The Pokémon’s Attacks become critical hits if the target is poisoned.

Misty Surge: Turns the ground into Misty Terrain when the Pokémon enters a Battle.

Power Construct: Other Cells gather to aid when its HP becomes half or less. Then the Pokémon changes its form to Complete Forme.

Power of Alchemy: The Pokémon copies the Ability of a defeated ally.

Prism Armor: Reduces the power of supereffective Attacks taken.

Psychic Surge: Turns the ground into Psychic Terrain when the Pokémon enters a Battle.

Queenly Majesty: Its majesty pressures the opposing Pokémon, making it unable to attack using priority Moves.

Receiver: The Pokémon copies the Ability of a defeated ally.

RKS System: Changes the Pokémon’s type to match the memory disc it holds.

Schooling: When it has a lot of HP, the Pokémon Forms a powerful School. It stops schooling when its HP is low.

Shadow Shield: Reduces the amount of damage the Pokémon takes while its HP is full.

Shields Down: When its HP becomes half or less, the Pokémon’s shell breaks and it becomes aggressive.

Slush Rush: Boosts the Pokémon’s Speed Stat in a hailstorm.

Soul-Heart: Boosts its Sp. Atk Stat every Time a Pokémon faints.

Stakeout: Doubles the damage dealt to the target’s replacement if the target switches out.

Stamina: Boosts the Defense Stat when hit by an attack.

Steelworker: Powers up Steel-type Moves.

Surge Surfer: Doubles the Pokémon’s Speed Stat on Electric Terrain.

Tangling Hair: Contact with the Pokémon lowers the attacker’s Speed Stat.

Triage: Gives priority to a Healing move.

Water Bubble: Lowers the power of Fire-type Moves done to the Pokémon and prevents the Pokémon from getting a burn.

Water Compaction: Boosts the Pokémon’s Defense Stat sharply when hit by a Water-type move.

Wimp Out: The Pokémon cowardly switches out when its HP becomes half or less.
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  • Pokemon Sun & Moon Special Demo
  • Pokemon
  • Moves & Items
  • Region & Characters
  • New Mechanics
  • New Features
  • Poke Pelago
  • Festival Plaza
  • Melemele Island Walkthrough
  • Akala Island Walkthrough
  • Ula'ula Island Walkthrough
  • Poni Island Walkthrough
  • Mount Lanakila (Pokemon League) Walkthrough
  • Ultra Beasts Storyline (Post Game)
  • Eevee Quest (Post Game)
  • Legendary Pokemon Hunting (Post Game)
  • Pokemon League Rematch (Post Game)
  • The Battle Tree (Post Game)
  • Tips, Hints & Easter Eggs
  • Finale: Where Do We Go Now?
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