Supersonic (move)

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Move data

Type Normal
Category Status Status
Power -
Accuracy 55
PP 20  (max. 32)
Introduced Generation 1

Effects

Supersonic causes the target to become confused. Confused Pokémon have a 50% chance of hurting themselves each turn, for 1-4 turns. The damage received is as if the Pokémon attacks itself with a typeless 40 base power Physical attack.

Pokémon with the ability Own Tempo or those behind a Substitute cannot be confused. Soundproof also prevents this move.

Move target

Foe
Foe
Foe
User
Ally
Ally

Targets a single adjacent Pokemon.

Game descriptions

Gold/Silver
Crystal
Sound waves that cause confusion.
Ruby/Sapphire
Emerald
Emits bizarre sound waves that may confuse the foe.
FireRed/LeafGreen The user generates odd sound waves. It may confuse the foe.
Diamond/Pearl
Platinum
HeartGold/SoulSilver
Black/White
The user generates odd sound waves from its body. It may confuse the target.

Learnt by level up

These Pokémon learn Supersonic at the level specified. The level numbers given are for Pokémon X & Y and may vary in other games; check the Pokémon's dex page for details.

Butterfree
#012 / Bug · Flying
Level 18
Zubat
#041 / Poison · Flying
Level 5
Golbat
#042 / Poison · Flying
Level 5
Venonat
#048 / Bug · Poison
Level 5
Venomoth
#049 / Bug · Poison
Level 1
Tentacool
#072 / Water · Poison
Level 5
Tentacruel
#073 / Water · Poison
Level 1
Magnemite
#081 / Electric · Steel
Level 4
Magneton
#082 / Electric · Steel
Level 4
Shellder
#090 / Water
Level 8
Cloyster
#091 / Water · Ice
Level 1
Lickitung
#108 / Normal
Level 5
Goldeen
#118 / Water
Level 7
Seaking
#119 / Water
Level 7
Aerodactyl
#142 / Rock · Flying
Level 1
Ledyba
#165 / Bug · Flying
Level 6
Ledian
#166 / Bug · Flying
Level 6
Crobat
#169 / Poison · Flying
Level 1
Chinchou
#170 / Water · Electric
Level 1
Lanturn
#171 / Water · Electric
Level 1
Yanma
#193 / Bug · Flying
Level 22
Mantine
#226 / Water · Flying
Level 1
Wingull
#278 / Water · Flying
Level 6
Pelipper
#279 / Water · Flying
Level 6
Whismur
#293 / Normal
Level 21
Loudred
#294 / Normal
Level 23
Exploud
#295 / Normal
Level 23
Vibrava
#329 / Ground · Dragon
Level 29
Flygon
#330 / Ground · Dragon
Level 29
Mantyke
#458 / Water · Flying
Level 3
Magnezone
#462 / Electric · Steel
Level 4
Lickilicky
#463 / Normal
Level 5
Yanmega
#469 / Bug · Flying
Level 22
Phione
#489 / Water
Level 16
Manaphy
#490 / Water
Level 16
Tympole
#535 / Water
Level 5
Palpitoad
#536 / Water · Ground
Level 5
Seismitoad
#537 / Water · Ground
Level 5
Vivillon
#666 / Bug · Flying
Level 21
Noibat
#714 / Flying · Dragon
Level 1
Noivern
#715 / Flying · Dragon
Level 1

Learnt by breeding

These Pokémon can learn Supersonic as an egg move. Their breeding groups are also shown for reference.

Nidoran♀
#029 / Poison
Monster, Field
Nidorina
#030 / Poison
Undiscovered
Nidoqueen
#031 / Poison · Ground
Undiscovered
Nidoran♂
#032 / Poison
Monster, Field
Nidorino
#033 / Poison
Monster, Field
Nidoking
#034 / Poison · Ground
Monster, Field
Doduo
#084 / Normal · Flying
Flying
Dodrio
#085 / Normal · Flying
Flying
Omanyte
#138 / Rock · Water
Water 1, Water 3
Omastar
#139 / Rock · Water
Water 1, Water 3
Dratini
#147 / Dragon
Water 1, Dragon
Dragonair
#148 / Dragon
Water 1, Dragon
Dragonite
#149 / Dragon · Flying
Water 1, Dragon
Hoothoot
#163 / Normal · Flying
Flying
Noctowl
#164 / Normal · Flying
Flying
Marill
#183 / Water · Fairy
Water 1, Fairy
Azumarill
#184 / Water · Fairy
Water 1, Fairy
Qwilfish
#211 / Water · Poison
Water 2
Remoraid
#223 / Water
Water 1, Water 2
Octillery
#224 / Water
Water 1, Water 2
Taillow
#276 / Normal · Flying
Flying
Swellow
#277 / Normal · Flying
Flying
Clamperl
#366 / Water
Water 1
Huntail
#367 / Water
Water 1
Gorebyss
#368 / Water
Water 1
Luvdisc
#370 / Water
Water 2
Piplup
#393 / Water
Water 1, Field
Prinplup
#394 / Water
Water 1, Field
Empoleon
#395 / Water · Steel
Water 1, Field
Chatot
#441 / Normal · Flying
Flying
Woobat
#527 / Psychic · Flying
Flying, Field
Swoobat
#528 / Psychic · Flying
Flying, Field