Giga Drain

Giga Drain
Type
Class
Grass.gif
Special.png
Power
Accuracy
75
100
PP
Priority
10
-

Giga Drain is a Grass-Type move introduced in Generation II. This is an energy-draining move that surpasses Mega Drain in power. Half of the damage inflicted is used to heal the user's HP.

Giga Drain was contained within TM19 in both Generation III and Generation IV.

This move's PP was doubled from 5 to 10 in Generation IV; the Base Power was increased from 60 to 75 in Generation V.

Contents

Pokémon that Learn this Move via Level-Up

Level Pokémon
37 Oddish
47 Gloom
38 Paras
44 Parasect
36 Tangela
43 Hoppip
52 Skiploom
59 Jumpluff
22 Sunkern
22 Sunflora
46 Treecko
38 Beautifly
37 Shroomish
25 Roselia
41 Turtwig
47 Grotle
51 Torterra
36 Tangrowth
25 Leafeon
34 Snivy
40 Servine
44 Serperior
26 Cottonee
26 Petilil
26 Maractus
28 Foongus
28 Amoonguss
37 Shelmet
37 Accelgor
37 Virizion

Pokémon that Learn this Move via Breeding

Egg Group Pokémon
Monster
Grass
Bulbasaur
Monster
Grass
Ivysaur
Monster
Grass
Venusaur
Flying Zubat
Flying Golbat
Bug Venonat
Bug Venomoth
Grass Bellsprout
Grass Weepinbell
Grass Victreebel
Grass Exeggcute
Grass Exeggutor
Grass Tangela
Water 1
Water 3
Kabuto
Water 1
Water 3
Kabutops
Flying Crobat
Water 1
Grass
Lotad
Water 1
Grass
Lombre
Water 1
Grass
Ludicolo
Fairy
Grass
Roselia
Undiscovered Budew
Fairy
Grass
Roserade
Grass Carnivine
Grass Tangrowth

Generation V: Pokémon that Learn this Move via Move Tutor (Black 2/White 2)

Pokémon that Learn this Move via Sketch

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