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What moves have more than one secondary effect?

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For example,Thunder fang has two effects,10% to paralyse and 10% to flinch the target.What are all the other moves which have more than one secondary effect?

asked Dec 19, 2012 by Exca le roi
edited Dec 19, 2012 by Exca le roi
Why not check it out yourself? Instead of letting others do the work ~_~' Just saying.
This site exists so questions can be asked. If you don't want to answer it then don't.
I don't, but it's still a bit lazy, to just ask these things, and it was only a suggestion!
This is a Q and A site, and the way I see it, he doesn't have to do any work, and the answerer gets points, so it's a win-win scenario.
You have your opinion, and I have mine, but I still mean it's lazy. And if you think some point is a real win, then you have won, congratulations! (;
wow,i cant believe u actually told me lazy NO1974(claps)

1 Answer

3 votes
 
Best answer
  • AncientPower (Atk raise, Def raise, SAtk raise, SDef raise, Spd raise)
  • Fire Fang (Burn and Flinch)
  • Ice Fang (Freeze and Flinch)
  • Poison Fang (Bad Poison and Flinch)
  • Secret Power (Flinch/Sleep/Target's accuracy lowered/Target's Atk lowered/Freeze/Paralasis)
  • SilverWind (Atk raise, Def raise, SAtk raise, SDef raise, Spd raise)
  • Thunder Fang (Paralasis and Flinch)
  • Tri Attack (Burn, Freeze, and Paralasis)

Pretty sure I got them all, I did not include increased Critical Hit ratios.

answered Dec 19, 2012 by |SentByRavens|
selected Dec 19, 2012 by Exca le roi
Wouldn't Ancient power and Silver Wind only have one effect? Because it raises all of the stats as opposed to just the attack stat, or the defense stat.