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Does switching out after using Wish heal the Pokémon you switch to? If so, how much HP is restored?

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This is something I want to know. Lets say Vaporeon (base 130 HP) used Wish and then switched out to Shuckle. Would Shuckle's HP be restored, and if yes, would it be restored by half is max or by more (because Shuckle's max HP is lower)?

asked Apr 27 by Pimplup

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seconding everything pinsir said, but I'm not sure what "always does" means. wish will always heal half of the wish users hp. meaning that if you have a vaporeon with max 130 hp and switch to shuckle, the shuckle will get 65 hp restored.

answered Apr 27 by dOkTorR (ツ) d00D?
selected Apr 27 by Pimplup
Wish always heals half of the "HP bar" no matter what
Oh, thanks, #Mega Pinsir.
Your welcome
"Generation V
Wish now heals for half of the user's maximum HP rather than the recipient's."

Source: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Wish

It will be half the life bar of the target for Gen IV or previous.
Oh, thanks, Malachite, for clearing that up.  Well, that answers my question!
Well, that was what i tried to explain in the example :P, but guess it was a bit messy
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Yes, shuckle will be healed as long as it has some damage. If shuckle is fully healed(in hp) then wish will fail. Also, if you use wish then your Pokemon faints, then wish won't activate. Also, wish will heal the same amount of hp as it always does. Hope this helps!

answered Apr 27 by !-<~Quagmire~>-!