If the user has the held item Big Root, Leech Life recovers 30% more HP than it normally would. The user’s HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target.

Leech Life inflicts damage and restores the user's HP based on the damage inflicted.

This page was last edited on 5 September 2020, at 15:43. The user bites the opponent and drains their energy.

Next In USA. An attack that steals half the damage inflicted. The user’s HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target. Big Root does not increase the damage dealt. A blood-draining attack.

Episode 1114 A Battle Festival Exploding With Life! Inflicts damage on the target. All Moves List: All TMs List: All TRs List: Leech Life Stats & Where To Get [TR18] Leech Life. Leech Life's power was quadrupled from 20 to 80 and its PP was changed from 15 to 10. Episode 1113 A Little Rocket R & R! Pic Name Type Abilities Base Stats HP: Att: Def: S.Att: S.Def: Spd: Pokémon of the Week. From Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia. Leech Life (Japanese: きゅうけつ Suck Blood) is a damage-dealing Bug-type move introduced in Generation I. The user attacks enemy in the front, and up to 50% of the damage dealt to the target is restored to the user as HP, including excess damage. This move is affected by Muzzled status condition. In Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team, and Explorers of Time, Darkness and Sky, Leech Life is a move with 4 base power, 90% accuracy, and 19 PP.

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If the user is holding a Big Root, the move instead recovers 65% of the damage dealt (30% more than normal).If used on a Pokémon with the ability Liquid Ooze, the user instead loses the HP it would have otherwise gained.. Changes. A blood-draining attack. A blood-draining attack. An attack that absorbs half the damage it inflicted to restore HP. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. If the target has the Ability Liquid Ooze, the user takes damage instead of restoring HP. If Leech Life breaks a substitute, no HP will be restored to the user. It also restores the user's HP based on the damage it inflicted. No. No. Leech Life (Japanese: きゅうけつ Suck Blood) is a damage-dealing Bug-type move. Contests. Golbat bites the opponent and drains their blood for energy. Leech Life deals damage and the user will recover 50% of the HP drained. An attack that steals half the damage inflicted.

It damages an enemy. Next In Japan. These Pokémon learn Leech Life at the level specified.

Crobat bites the opponent and drains their blood for energy. Golbat can also spit the blood it drained at the opponent. Leech Life will now properly heal the user when damaging a substitute, even if it was broken. Recently In USA. In Gates to Infinity, the user will heal based on how much HP the target lost, with excess damage not being accounted for.

Synopsis. Earn +3 if two Pokémon … Episode 1131 Sword & Shield I: Slumbering Weald.

Secondary Effect: Effect Rate: User recovers half the damage inflicted. The user's HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target. Super Contests. An attack that absorbs half the damage it inflicted to restore HP. The user's HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target. It adds half the HP it drained from the target to the attacker's HP. Pokémon Type Ability Gender Egg Group HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd Total; Level up: Learned when a Pokémon reaches a certain level. It also restores your HP. VS Mega Lucario!!

In Gates to Infinity and Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, ½ of the damage dealt will be restored to the user. Airdate: 23/10/2020.

The user's HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target. てきポケモンに ダメージをあたえる あたえたダメージにおうじて じぶんのHPが かいふくする. Leech Life is a Bug-type Main move in Pokémon GO that deals 0 damage and generates 0 energy. Leech Life inflicts damage, and up to 50% of the damage dealt to the target is restored to the user as HP. The user's HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target. Leech Life is a Bug-type move introduced in Generation I. An attack that steals half the damage inflicted. Pokémon Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. In Generations 1-6, Leech Life has base power 20 and 15 PP.

Startles the Pokémon that appealed before the user. If this attack deals 1 HP of damage, 1 HP will be restored to the user. The user's HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target. Startles the Pokémon that appealed before the user. An attack that absorbs half the damage it inflicted to restore HP. Leech Life deals damage and the user will recover 50% of the HP drained.. When a Pokémon is holding Buginium Z and uses its Z-Power, Leech Life turns into Savage Spin-Out and has base power 160. If this attack deals 1 HP of damage, 1 HP will be restored to the user.

If the target has the ability Liquid Ooze, the user receives damage instead. An HP-draining attack. Shows off the Pokémon's appeal about as well as the move used just before it. In the Pokémon Stadium series and Generation II games, Leech Life will always miss if the target has a substitute. Earn +3 if two Pokémon raise the Voltage in a row. In Gates to Infinity, the HP restored will be based off the HP lost by the target, while in Super Mystery Dungeon, the … It however does not increase the damage dealt by the move.

The user drains the target’s blood.

It however does not increase the damage dealt by the move.

Pokémon That Learn Leech Life By Breeding. Leech Life is an unreleased Bug-type charged attack.

Please read the. If the user is holding a Big Root, the move instead recovers 65% of the damage dealt (30% more than normal). A blood-draining attack. 18: Type: Category: Power: 80: Accuracy: 100: PP: 10: Description: The user drains the target's blood. In Generations 1-6, Leech Life has base power 20 and 15 PP. Earn +3 if two Pokémon raise the Voltage in a row. Currently, there are are no Pokémon able to learn this attack. If the user has the held item Big Root, Leech Life recovers 30% more HP than it normally would. The user's HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target. Leech Life Stats & Where To Get; Pokemon That Can Learn Leech Life; Feature Articles. Explorers of Time & Explorers of Darkness, Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Adventures, https://pokemon.fandom.com/wiki/Leech_Life?oldid=1299795. Zubat bites down on the opponent, draining their energy. Pokémon with higher Attack are more suited to Leech Life's physical damage, and have the stat highlighted in green. The user drains the target's blood. If HP is restored to the user when its current HP is greater than its maximum HP, its current HP will be set equal to its maximum HP. This is changed back to what it previously was in Super Mystery Dungeon. Table of Contents. https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/w/index.php?title=Leech_Life_(move)&oldid=3238446, Moves that can target any adjacent Pokémon. Moves in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! Startles the Pokémon that appealed before the user. The numbers given are for Leech Life cannot be used if the user is under the effects of Heal Block. If the user is holding a Big Root, the HP restored is increased by 30% (making the restored HP 65% of the damage dealt). The greater the damage it causes, the more HP it restores. It is strong against Grass, Psychic and Dark Pokémon and weak against Fighting, Flying, Poison, Ghost, Steel, Fire and Fairy Pokémon. If used on a Pokémon with the ability Liquid Ooze, the user instead loses the HP it would have otherwise gained. and Let's Go, Eevee! The user drains the target's blood. We're updating our policies! Check out Leech Life Pokémon Sword & Shield data, Attack Name: Battle Type: Category: Leech Life きゅうけつ Power Points: Base Power: Accuracy: 10 80 100 Battle Effect: The user drains the target's blood. Check out where to get it, and what Pokemon can learn Leech Life!

An attack that absorbs half the damage inflicted.

Due to the power of Leech Life being quadrupled in, This is also the greatest increase to a move in terms of power since, However, the change also includes a removal from the level-up learnsets of many Pokémon which could learn Leech Life early on in previous generations, with. Effects. Leech Life inflicts damage, and up to 50% of the damage dealt to the target is restored to the user as HP. Pokémon Sword & Shield and may vary in other games; check the respective Pokédex pages for details. It was TM28 in Generation VII and is TR18 in Generation VIII. The user bites the opponent and drains their blood for energy. Inflicts damage on the target, then restores the user's HP based on the damage inflicted.