All New Attack Moves In Pokémon Let’s Go, Pikachu! And Eevee!

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Pokémon Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon Let’s Go, Eevee!’s return to the Kanto region may be a reimagining of Pokémon Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition, but that doesn’t mean that Game Freak hasn’t taken the opportunity to add new attack moves to the games.

These new moves will be made available to your partner Pokémon – Pikachu or Eevee – and Melmetal, a Mythical Pokémon that was once worshipped for its power to create metal.

Melmetal can learn the Double Iron Bash move, centering the hex nut in its chest before slamming its target with its arms twice. While Pikachu can use balloons, ride the waves on a surfboard and use Zippy Zap, which is a particularly powerful move that you can learn early in the game.

Eevee Moves

Name: Baddy Bad
Type: Dark
PP: 15
Base Power: 90
Accuracy: 100
Effect: The user acts bad and attacks the target. A wondrous wall of light is put up to weaken the power of the opposing Pokémon’s physical moves.

Name: Bouncy Bubble
Type: Water
PP: 15
Base Power: 90
Accuracy: 100
Effect: The user attacks by shooting water bubbles at the target. It then absorbs water and restores its HP by half the damage taken by the target.

Name: Buzzy Buzz
Type: Electric
PP: 15
Base Power: 90
Accuracy: 100
Effect: The user shoots a jolt of electricity to attack the target. This also leaves the target with paralysis.

Name: Freezy Frost
Type: Ice
PP: 15
Base Power: 90
Accuracy: 100
Effect: The user attacks with a crystal made of cold frozen haze. It eliminates every stat change among all the Pokémon engaged in battle.

Name: Glitzy Glow
Type:
PP: 15
Base Power: 90
Accuracy: 100
Effect: The user bombards the target with telekinetic force. A wondrous wall of light is put up to weaken the power of the opposing Pokémon’s special moves.

Name: Sappy Seed
Type: Grass
PP: 15
Base Power: 90
Accuracy: 100
Effect: The user grows a gigantic stalk that scatters seeds to attack the target. The seeds drain the target’s HP every turn.

Name: Sizzly Slide
Type: Fire
PP: 15
Base Power: 90
Accuracy: 100
Effect: The user cloaks itself in fire and charges at the target. This also leaves the target with a burn.

Name: Sparkly Swirl
Type: Fairy
PP: 15
Base Power: 90
Accuracy: 100
Effect: The user attacks the target by wrapping it with a whirlwind of an overpowering scent. This also heals all status conditions of the user’s party.

Name: Veevee Volley
Type: Normal
PP: 20
Base Power: N/A
Accuracy: 100
Effect: The more Eevee loves its Trainer, the greater the move’s power. It never misses.

Melmetal Moves

Name: Double Iron Bash
Type: Steel
PP: 5
Base Power: 60
Accuracy: 100
Effect: The user rotates, centering the hex nut in its chest, and then strikes with its arms twice in a row. This may also make the target flinch.

Pikachu Moves

Name: Floaty Fall
Type:
PP: 15
Base Power: 90
Accuracy: 95
Effect: The user floats in the air, and then dives at a steep angle to attack the target. This may also make the target flinch.

Name: Pika Papow
Type: Electric
PP: 20
Base Power: N/A
Accuracy: 101
Effect: The more Pikachu loves its Trainer, the greater the move’s power. It never misses.

Name: Splishy Splash
Type: Water
PP: 15
Base Power: 90
Accuracy: 100
Effect: The user charges a huge wave with electricity and hits the opposing Pokémon with the wave. This may also leave the opposing Pokémon with paralysis.

Name: Zippy Zap
Type: Electric
PP: 15
Base Power: 50
Accuracy: 100
Effect: The user attacks the target with bursts of electricity at high speed. This move always goes first and results in a critical hit.

If you need more pointers on the Nintendo Switch exclusives, we have more guides about the games below. Pokémon Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon Let’s Go, Eevee! are now available exclusively for Nintendo Switch worldwide.

List of Pokémon Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon Let’s Go, Eevee! Guides

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After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.

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