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If the opponent is readying a direct attack, the user of Me First will try to copy it and attack with 50% more power. The move only works if the user is faster than the opponent or otherwise able to move first (for example a Quick Claw activating).

Me First cannot copy Sucker Punch or Fake Out, nor by its definition above, any high priority move such as ExtremeSpeed. However it can copy a multi-turn move from any of its turns.

Source: Me First

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Me First will fail. The slower Pokemon will then also fail.

Me First can only copy a damaging move. Despite the fact that it usually deals damage, Me First is a Status move so cannot be copied.

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

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