|PP||10 (max. 16)|
Targets the user.
Snatch moves first and steals the effects of the next status move used by the opponent(s) in that turn. If two or more Pokemon use Snatch, the slowest of the Pokemon will gain the effect, because the fastest Pokemon will steal the move first, then the next slowest will steal the move from the snatcher and so on.
Moves that can be Snatched:
Moves that cannot be Snatched:
TM49 in Generation 3, 4
|Ruby/Sapphire||Steals the effects of the move the foe uses next.|
|Emerald||Steals the effects of the move the target uses next.|
|FireRed/LeafGreen||Steals the effects of the foe’s healing or status- changing move.|
|Diamond/Pearl||The user steals the effects of any healing or status- changing move the foe attempts to use.|
|The user steals the effects of any healing or stat- changing move the foe attempts to use.|
|Black/White||The user steals the effects of any healing or stat-changing move the opponent attempts to use.|
These pokemon learn Snatch at the level specified. The level numbers given are for Pokemon Black & White and may vary in other games; check the pokemon's dex page for details.
These pokemon can learn Snatch as an egg move. Their breeding groups are also shown for reference.
These pokemon can learn Snatch by the various move tutors in the games.
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