Sky Drop has a weight limit O.o
by, 24th January 2014 at 11:27 AM (597 Views)
I currently have an Aerodactyl (+Mega), and it knows the move Sky Drop
However, during an online battle, I tried using it on an opponent's Garchomp, and suddenly there's a message that Garchomp was too heavy and can't be lifted.
I can use it on Blaziken and the such just fine, but I've seen other posts on another site that a MegaCharizard couldn't lift a Blaziken because it was too heavy.
I checked bulbapedia and other sites, but there was no mention of any weight limit for using Sky Drop - but it exists in battles.
I guess the only way to find out is to experiment and see the weight limit.
EDIT: Comments moderated ._.
@HumanDawn; I guess I should replace it with some other Flying-move because most pokemons I meet online are heavy pokemon (Garchomp, Tyranitar, etc, etc) and Sky Drop is going to be useless if I'm spending half the time unable to lift them.
@Karis; yup ._.
@GastlyGibus; Gravity wasn't in effect. Also, the Garchomp was holding a Mega stone and Mega evolved after my Sky Drop attempt failed. I searched the major pokemon information sites, but there's no mention of Sky Drop having a weight limit. So it must be a new addition in Gen 6.
If you don't believe me, you can try it out. Megadactyl fails to lift a Scoliopede as well.
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