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rdfs:label
  • Brick Break
rdfs:comment
  • Breaks Light Screens or Reflects on enemy.
  • title3::Brick Break[[image::]]use::Specialattack_power::30specialgauge::3[[cooldown::]]dps::21.09type::Fighting
  • __NOWYSIWYG__ Brick Break (かわらわり Brick Break) Battle Data Affected by Contest Data Contests (RSE) Super Contests (DPPt) Contest Spectaculars (ORAS) Brick Break is a Fighting-type move introduced in Generation III. It has been TM31 since Generation III.
  • Blaziken executes a swift chop in front of him, delivered with such force that it shatters shields and reflectors in one strike.
  • Martial artists showing they can break bricks and/or boards with a single barehanded blow because they're martial artists. They often Kiai while doing so. Contrary to popular belief, this is not a part of your typical Karate program. Has nothing to do with LEGO bricks or Arkanoid. A Flying Brick presents somewhat more of a challenge. Examples of Brick Break include:
Generation
  • III
appeal
  • 1
  • 3
  • 4
dcterms:subject
kingsrock
  • 1
Attack power
  • 30
magiccoat
  • 0
brightpowder
  • 1
DPS
  • 21.090000
snatch
  • 0
Cooldown
  • 1.200000
detect
  • 1
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Category
  • Physical
pp
  • 25
Power
  • 75
Game
Name
  • Brick Break
Type
  • Attack
  • Fighting
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Title
  • Brick Break
Use
  • Special
Class
  • Physical
Condition
  • Cool
Input
  • Side Special
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Japanese
  • かわらわり Brick Break
User
Accuracy
  • 100
  • 100.0
Target
  • Single
Damage
  • 75
Effect
  • Special
  • Damage, Shield Break
Contact
  • 1
Chance
  • 100
jam
  • 0
  • 4
specialgauge
  • 3
contestdesc
  • Quite an appealing move.
  • A basic performance using a move known by Pokémon.
  • Badly startles Pokémon in the front.
abstract
  • Martial artists showing they can break bricks and/or boards with a single barehanded blow because they're martial artists. They often Kiai while doing so. Contrary to popular belief, this is not a part of your typical Karate program. The fancy version of this is to break not the first object you hit, but the one behind it, or a specific one in a sequence. Thus demonstrating you have not only brawn, but control. The usual subversion is for someone to hurt their hand after failing to break the boards/bricks. Doing this at various levels of difficulty is often one of the criteria for advancement in rank. This can be taken to Up to Eleven levels in fiction, where characters are allowed to break the bricks with one finger or their minds or whatever. Has nothing to do with LEGO bricks or Arkanoid. A Flying Brick presents somewhat more of a challenge. Examples of Brick Break include:
  • Breaks Light Screens or Reflects on enemy.
  • title3::Brick Break[[image::]]use::Specialattack_power::30specialgauge::3[[cooldown::]]dps::21.09type::Fighting
  • __NOWYSIWYG__ Brick Break (かわらわり Brick Break) Battle Data Affected by Contest Data Contests (RSE) Super Contests (DPPt) Contest Spectaculars (ORAS) Brick Break is a Fighting-type move introduced in Generation III. It has been TM31 since Generation III.
  • Blaziken executes a swift chop in front of him, delivered with such force that it shatters shields and reflectors in one strike.
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