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>O-Powers are a new feature that work similarly to Pass Powers, but also have a more ranged effect. Several O-Powers will allow for you to increase stats within battle, while others will help you gain more experience or make your captures more likely. Like in Pokémon Black & White, you have the ability to share your O-Powers with your friends, but this can now be done over the internet so you can request help from your friends any time they are online.

>It appears that each O-Power comes at multiple levels that increase the effect and the duration and have a special cost. This cost is of Energy, which is gained through time, and varies depending on whether you intend to use it on yourself or others. You recover more energy faster depending on how many steps you have clocked on the 3DS that day
0-1999 steps: x1 2000-2999 steps: x2 3000-3999 steps: x3 4000+ steps: x4

>You can't send Encounter or Stealth Powers to people. .

>The O Powers are found by meeting Mr. Bonding in a variety of places. He will help you bond and then give you the O Power

Source: http://www.serebii.net/xy/opowers.shtml

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O-Powers are a new feature that work similarly to Pass Powers, but also have a more ranged effect. Several O-Powers will allow for you to increase stats within battle, while others will help you gain more experience or make your captures more likely. Like in Pokémon Black & White, you have the ability to share your O-Powers with your friends, but this can now be done over the internet so you can request help from your friends any time they are online.

It appears that each O-Power comes at multiple levels that increase the effect and the duration and have a special cost. This cost is of Energy, which is gained through time, and varies depending on whether you intend to use it on yourself or others. You recover more energy faster depending on how many steps you have clocked on the 3DS that day

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