Outrage (move)

Move data

Type Dragon
Category   Physical
Power 120
Accuracy 100
PP 10  (max. 16)
Makes contact? Yes
Introduced Generation 2

Machine/Record

L.G. Pikachu​/​L.G. Eevee TM39
Sword​/​Shield TR24

Effects

The user of Outrage attacks for 2-3 turns, during which it cannot switch out, and then becomes confused. Confused Pokémon have a 33% chance of hurting themselves each turn, for 1-4 attacking turns (50% chance in Generations 1-6). The damage received is as if the Pokémon attacks itself with a typeless 40 base power Physical attack.

If Outrage is disrupted (e.g. if the move misses or the user cannot attack due to paralysis) then it will stop and not cause confusion.

Pokémon with the ability Own Tempo or those behind a Substitute cannot be confused.

Changes

In Generations 1-3, Outrage has a base power of 90.

In Generations 1-4, it has 15 PP. Furthermore, sleep, freezing and flinching will pause but not disrupt Outrage.

Z-Move effects

When a Pokémon is holding Dragonium Z and uses its Z-Power, Outrage turns into Devastating Drake and has base power 190.

Move target

Foe
Foe
Foe
User
Ally
Ally

Targets the user, but hits a random adjacent opponent.

Other languages

English Outrage
Japanese げきりん (Gekirin)
German Wutanfall
French Colère
Italian Oltraggio
Spanish Enfado

Game descriptions

Gold​/​Silver
Crystal
Works 2-3 turns and confuses user.
Ruby​/​Sapphire
Emerald
A rampage of 2 to 3 turns that confuses the user.
FireRed​/​LeafGreen The user thrashes about for two to three turns, then becomes confused.
Diamond​/​Pearl
Platinum
HeartGold​/​SoulSilver
The user rampages and attacks for two to three turns. However, it then becomes confused.
Black​/​White
Black 2​/​White 2
The user rampages and attacks for two to three turns. It then becomes confused, however.
X​/​Y
O.Ruby​/​A.Sapphire
The user rampages and attacks for two to three turns. The user then becomes confused.
Sun​/​Moon
Ultra Sun​/​Ultra Moon
L.G. Pikachu​/​L.G. Eevee
The user rampages and attacks for two to three turns. The user then becomes confused.
Sword​/​Shield The user rampages and attacks for two to three turns. The user then becomes confused.

Learnt by level up

These Pokémon learn Outrage at the level specified. The numbers given are for Pokémon Sword & Shield and may vary in other games; check the respective Pokédex pages for details.

Kangaskhan
#115 / Normal
Level 48
Krookodile
#553 / Ground · Dark
Level 58
Axew
#610 / Dragon
Level 42
Fraxure
#611 / Dragon
Level 46
Haxorus
#612 / Dragon
Level 46
Druddigon
#621 / Dragon
Level 50
Deino
#633 / Dark · Dragon
Level 60
Zweilous
#634 / Dark · Dragon
Level 66
Hydreigon
#635 / Dark · Dragon
Level 68
Reshiram
#643 / Dragon · Fire
Level 80
Zekrom
#644 / Dragon · Electric
Level 80
Kyurem
#646 / Dragon · Ice
Level 72
Kyurem
Black Kyurem
#646 / Dragon · Ice
Level 72
Kyurem
White Kyurem
#646 / Dragon · Ice
Level 72
Dragalge
#691 / Poison · Dragon
Level 66
Drampa
#780 / Normal · Dragon
Level 55
Jangmo-o
#782 / Dragon
Level 44
Hakamo-o
#783 / Dragon · Fighting
Level 50
Kommo-o
#784 / Dragon · Fighting
Level 52

Learnt by TR

Arcanine
#059 / Fire
Exeggutor
Alolan Exeggutor
#103 / Grass · Dragon
Marowak
Alolan Marowak
#105 / Fire · Ghost
Rhydon
#112 / Ground · Rock
Horsea
#116 / Water
Seadra
#117 / Water
Tauros
#128 / Normal
Lapras
#131 / Water · Ice
Mew
#151 / Psychic
Kingdra
#230 / Water · Dragon
Larvitar
#246 / Rock · Ground
Pupitar
#247 / Rock · Ground
Tyranitar
#248 / Rock · Dark
Flygon
#330 / Ground · Dragon
Abomasnow
#460 / Grass · Ice
Axew
#610 / Dragon
Deino
#633 / Dark · Dragon
Zweilous
#634 / Dark · Dragon
Reshiram
#643 / Dragon · Fire
Kyurem
#646 / Dragon · Ice
Kyurem
Black Kyurem
#646 / Dragon · Ice
Kyurem
White Kyurem
#646 / Dragon · Ice
Skrelp
#690 / Poison · Water
Goomy
#704 / Dragon
Goodra
#706 / Dragon
Noibat
#714 / Flying · Dragon
Litten
#725 / Fire
Torracat
#726 / Fire
Incineroar
#727 / Fire · Dark
Lycanroc
Midnight Form
#745 / Rock
Lycanroc
Dusk Form
#745 / Rock
Drampa
#780 / Normal · Dragon
Flapple
#841 / Grass · Dragon
Morpeko
Full Belly Mode
#877 / Electric · Dark