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Sky Drop has a weight limit O.o

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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.

O.o

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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Updated 24th January 2014 at 07:33 PM by Yato

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  1. HumanDawn's Avatar
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    Can you use Fly instead?
  2. Bishie Karis-chan's Avatar
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    So much for my badass fantasies about Braviary soaring up into the air like a rocket while carrying a Snorlax, and then doing a mile-high pile driver. q.q
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  3. GastonGibus's Avatar
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    I'm trying to think of possible explanations, because if there were a weight limit it would be mentioned somewhere.

    Do you know if Gravity was in effect? Maybe Garchomp was holding an Iron Ball or something? It just sounds so weird...
  4. Yato's Avatar
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    @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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