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  • Substitute
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  • (TBA)
  • Substitute (みがわり, Migawari, lit. Scapegoat) is Greninja's Down Special Move.
  • "Substitute" is a song by The Who written by Pete Townshend. It was released as a single in March 1966, when it reached number 5 in the UK, and was later included on the compilation album Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy in 1971. It became a UK top ten hit again when re-issued in 1976, reaching number 7. In 2006, it was listed at #91 in Pitchfork's list of the 200 greatest songs of the 1960s.
  • __NOWYSIWYG__ Substitute Battle Data Affected by Contest Data Contests (RSE) Super Contests (DPPt) Contest Spectaculars (ORAS) Substitute (Japanese: みがわり Scapegoat) is a Normal-type move that, when used, will make a decoy of/for the user. It was TM50 in Generation I until it lost it's TM status in Generation II. It is TM90 since Generation IV
  • The new kid on the block, Mitch, weasels his way into hanging out with the gang. But when he takes advantage of the situation and tries to make out with Donna, Eric puts his foot down. Meanwhile, Bob asks Pamela to move in with him.
  • In the manga there were around 5 substitutes each of Akame and John, the main substitute for John was called Tony. While there was only one substitute of Gin, Tokimune. In the anime there was only one substitute for each one of those Leaders.
  • Substitute is the 158th episode in Season 6 of Beavis and Butt-Head. It is overall the 158th episode.
  • "Substitute" is a keyword on character cards that represents a payment power that functions in the hand. The keyword "substitute" means, "Reveal this card >>> You may remove from the game a ready character you control with cost greater than or equal to the cost of this card. If you do, put this card into play. Use only if this card is in your hand and only during your recruit step." - To "substitute" a character is to put it into play through a substitute effect.
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Generation
  • I
appeal
  • 1
  • 2
Season
  • 6
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Row 4 info
  • Deceased
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  • 0
contesttype
  • Smart
Row 1 info
  • Akita Inu, Kishu Inu, German Shepherd
magiccoat
  • 0
brightpowder
  • 0
Row 4 title
  • Status
Row 2 info
  • GDW volume 1 chpt 10, GDW ep 3
snatch
  • 1
Row 1 title
  • Breed
Row 2 title
  • First appearence
Affects
  • User
Cooldown
  • 0
Row 5 title
  • Family or owners
detect
  • 0
Row 3 info
  • GDW volume 2 chpt 9, GDW ep 3
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  • Last appearence
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Number
  • 19
  • 158
Previous
Category
  • Status
pp
  • 10
Box Title
  • Gin, Akame and John substitutes
Games
  • Super Smash Bros. 3DS/Wii U
Power
Series
Name
  • Story
  • Substitute
Type
  • Normal
Airdate
  • 1996-03-05
  • 2004-04-21
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Image size
  • 270
Class
  • Status
Japanese
  • みがわり Scapegoat
User
Accuracy
  • %
  • —%
Target
  • Self
Published
  • 2000
Damage
  • -
Image File
  • Substitutes.jpg
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Writer
  • Jennifer Keene
Director
Contact
  • 0
jam
  • 0
abstract
  • (TBA)
  • Substitute (みがわり, Migawari, lit. Scapegoat) is Greninja's Down Special Move.
  • "Substitute" is a song by The Who written by Pete Townshend. It was released as a single in March 1966, when it reached number 5 in the UK, and was later included on the compilation album Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy in 1971. It became a UK top ten hit again when re-issued in 1976, reaching number 7. In 2006, it was listed at #91 in Pitchfork's list of the 200 greatest songs of the 1960s.
  • __NOWYSIWYG__ Substitute Battle Data Affected by Contest Data Contests (RSE) Super Contests (DPPt) Contest Spectaculars (ORAS) Substitute (Japanese: みがわり Scapegoat) is a Normal-type move that, when used, will make a decoy of/for the user. It was TM50 in Generation I until it lost it's TM status in Generation II. It is TM90 since Generation IV
  • The new kid on the block, Mitch, weasels his way into hanging out with the gang. But when he takes advantage of the situation and tries to make out with Donna, Eric puts his foot down. Meanwhile, Bob asks Pamela to move in with him.
  • In the manga there were around 5 substitutes each of Akame and John, the main substitute for John was called Tony. While there was only one substitute of Gin, Tokimune. In the anime there was only one substitute for each one of those Leaders.
  • "Substitute" is a keyword on character cards that represents a payment power that functions in the hand. The keyword "substitute" means, "Reveal this card >>> You may remove from the game a ready character you control with cost greater than or equal to the cost of this card. If you do, put this card into play. Use only if this card is in your hand and only during your recruit step." - The revealed card goes onto the chain with this effect. If the effect leaves the chain before resolving, or if the modifier's controller does not remove an appropriate character from the game, the revealed card goes back to its owner's hand. - To "substitute" a character is to put it into play through a substitute effect.
  • Substitute is the 158th episode in Season 6 of Beavis and Butt-Head. It is overall the 158th episode.
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