Confused

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Confused, also known as Confusion, is a Status Effect without a symbol and will wear off after an amount of turns.

Main Series[edit | edit source]

Generation I[edit | edit source]

The Pokémon has a 50% chance of hurting itself, even if the attack is non-damaging. This lasts for 1 to 4 turns. Recalling the Pokémon or switching it out.

Generation II[edit | edit source]

Same as in Generation I.

Generation III[edit | edit source]

Same as in Generation I.

Ducks swirl around the Confused Pokémon.

Generation IV[edit | edit source]

Same as in Generation I.

Generation V[edit | edit source]

Same as in Generation I.

Causes[edit | edit source]

Moves[edit | edit source]

  • Chatter - Can confuse based on volume: Quiet: 1%, Medium: 11%, Loud: 31% of the time will Confuse.
  • Psybeam - Has a 10% chance of Confusing.
  • Swagger - Raises attack and confuses on contact.
  • Flatter - Raises attack and Confuses on contact.

Items[edit | edit source]

  • Berserk Gene

Cures, Immunity, and Prevention[edit | edit source]

Items[edit | edit source]

  • Full Heal
  • Full Restore
  • Heal Powder
  • Old Gateau
  • Lava Cookie
  • Sacred Ash
  • Yellow Flute
  • Bitter Berry
  • Lum Berry
  • Miracle Berry
  • Persim Berry

Moves[edit | edit source]

  • Safeguard
  • Rest
  • Refresh

Abilities[edit | edit source]

  • Own Tempo

Other[edit | edit source]

When a Confused Pokémon is switched out or recalled, it will lose the Confusion.

Console Series[edit | edit source]

Pokémon Stadium[edit | edit source]

The Pokémon has a 50% chance of hurting itself, even if the attack is non-damaging. This lasts for 1 to 4 turns. Recalling the Pokémon or switching it out.

Pokémon Stadium 2[edit | edit source]

Same as Pokémon Stadium.

Pokémon Battle Revolution[edit | edit source]

The Pokémon has a 50% chance of hurting itself, even if the attack is non-damaging. This lasts for 1 to 4 turns. Recalling the Pokémon or switching it out.

Side Games[edit | edit source]

Pokémon TCG series[edit | edit source]

Both games follow the rules of the Trading Card Game. If a Pokémon is confused, you must flip a coin before attacking. If on Heads, you may proceed with the attack. On Tails, place three damage counters on the Pokémon. Unless replaced with Asleep or Paralyzed, it is only cured by retreating or evolving. When the Pokémon is Confused, it is turned upside-down.

Trading Card Game[edit | edit source]

If a Pokémon is confused, you must flip a coin before attacking. If on Heads, you may proceed with the attack. On Tails, place three damage counters on the Pokémon. Unless replaced with Asleep or Paralyzed, it is only cured by retreating or evolving. When the Pokémon is Confused, it is turned upside-down.

Gallery[edit | edit source]