Confuse Ray

Confuse Ray
Type
Class
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Power
Accuracy
-
100
PP
Priority
10
-

Confuse Ray is a Ghost-Type move in which the user fires a sinister ray at its target, which leaves it Confused unless Safeguard is in effect or the target has the Own Tempo Ability.

Pokémon that Learn this Move via Level-Up

Level Pokémon
15 Vulpix
1 Ninetales
19 Zubat
19 Golbat
19 Gastly
19 Haunter
19 Gengar
22 Starmie
26 Magmar
7 Lapras
19 Crobat
17 Chinchou
17 Lanturn
23 Natu
23 Xatu
25 Mareep
29 Flaaffy
29 Ampharos
17 Umbreon
14 Misdreavus
11 Mantine
23 Stantler
26 Magby
31 Shedinja
46 Sableye
9 Volbeat
18 Spoink
18 Grumpig
22 Lileep
22 Cradily
17 Duskull
17 Dusclops
1 Vespiquen
11 Bronzor
11 Bronzong
1 Spiritomb
11 Mantyke
26 Magmortar
17 Dusknoir
19 Froslass
1 Rotom (All Forms)
1 Regigigas
20 Watchog
10 Litwick
10 Lampent
1 Chandelure
45 Cryogonal
1 Phantump
1 Trevenant
1 Pumpkaboo
1 Gourgeist

Pokémon that Learn this Move via Breeding

Egg Group Pokémon
Water 1
Field
Psyduck
Water 1
Field
Golduck
Water 3 Tentacool
Water 3 Tentacruel
Human-Like Mr. Mime
Water 1
Water 3
Kabuto
Water 1
Water 3
Kabutops
Flying Murkrow
Water 1
Water 3
Corsola
Amorphous Ralts
Amorphous Kirlia
Amorphous Gardevoir
Bug
Human-Like
Illumise
Water 1
Dragon
Feebas
Water 1
Dragon
Milotic
Amorphous Shuppet
Amorphous Banette
Water 1 Clamperl
Water 1 Huntail
Water 1 Gorebyss
Flying Honchkrow
Undiscovered Mime Jr.
Bug
Water 3
Skorupi
Bug
Water 3
Drapion
Amorphous Gallade
Amorphous Solosis
Amorphous Duosion
Amorphous Reuniclus
Amorphous Frillish
Amorphous Jellicent

Pokémon that Learn this Move via Sketch

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Last edited by Lesley Pro_04 on 10 March 2014 at 23:01
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