||You get this powerful and rare pokemon via a Game Cube,
with a disc from Pokemon Coliseum. Here's some facts on it, as we have
learned so far:|
- It always brings a berry with it. We have gotten Ganlon
(#37) or Salac (#38).
- It starts at level 5, with three attacks:
- Wish, which gives back half of hit point total one turn later;
- Confusion, which is a psychic attack; and
- Rest, which restores all hit points for two turns of sleep.
- It starts with very high stats for all abilities (about triple it's level!),
and each level up brings about 2 or 3 points to each ability, depending on
personality, not counting any effort values.
- It's original trainer is always "Wishmkr", so you can never rename it, and
it always gets boosted experience points!
- It's special ability is Serene Grace, which "promotes added effects".
- It learns attacks as follows:
- At level 10, it learns "Swift".
- Al level 15, it learns "Helping Hand".
- At level 20, it learns "Psychic".
- At level 25, it learns "Refresh".
- At level 30, it learns "Rest".
- At level 35, it learns "Double-Edged".
- At level 40, it learns "Future Sight".
- At level 45, it learns "Cosmic Power".
- At level 50, it learns "Doom Desire".
- New steel attack: Power 120, Accuracy 85, PP 5
- It summons strong sunlight to attack two turns later.
- It can use the following TM's:
- 3, Water Pulse
- 4, Calm Mind
- 6, Toxic
- 10, Hidden Power
- 11, Sunny Day
- 15, Hyper Beam
- 16, Light Screen
- 17, Protect
- 18, Rain Dance
- 20, Safeguard
- 21, Frustration (probably, we can not check this out)
- 24, Thunderbolt
- 25, Thunder
- 27, Return
- 29, Psychic
- 30, Shadow Ball
- 32, Double Team
- 33, Reflect
- 34, Shock Wave
- 37, Sandstorm
- 40, Aerial Ace
- 42, Facade
- 43, Secret Power
- 44, Rest
- 48, Skill Swap
- It can use the following HM's:
- Being Psychic and Steel, using the Attack Type
Chart, we see that Jirachi is weak against Ground, Fire and Dark attacks.
- Best attacks against ground-type pokemon, are grass, ice and water.
- Best attacks against fire-type pokemon, are ground, rock and water.
- Best attacks against dark-type pokemon, are bug and fighting.
- Jirachi is unable to use any TM's with such attacks!
- In a 2-on-2 battle, Jirachi benefits most from a partner with powerful
water and fighting attacks.
- We are trying to find out what the TM, Hidden Power does for
Jirachi, and we have learned that it is not consistent. We are trying to learn
what attack type it is, and have learned that the attack type may be
influenced by several factors, as we have had varied results. Here's what we
have experienced, and are analyzing to figure out what is going on:
- Jirachi (BOLD) turned a Kecleon Psychic by hitting it with
Hidden Power. It also was very effective against a poison pokemon and against
a fighting pokemon.
- Jirachi () could not hit two different flyers, we assume the attack was