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'''Thunder Jolt''' is [[Pikachu]] and [[Pichu]]'s [[Neutral B]] move. Thunder Jolt is fairly unique for a projectile attack in that it hugs the ground it travels on, bouncing up and down as it moves forward (often over obstacles). When used in the air, a ball of electricity is launched that falls diagonally until it hits a solid object, where it assumes the normal arc form.
 
'''Thunder Jolt''' is [[Pikachu]] and [[Pichu]]'s [[Neutral B]] move. Thunder Jolt is fairly unique for a projectile attack in that it hugs the ground it travels on, bouncing up and down as it moves forward (often over obstacles). When used in the air, a ball of electricity is launched that falls diagonally until it hits a solid object, where it assumes the normal arc form.
   

Revision as of 02:43, December 22, 2009

Pikachu Thunder Jolt

Thunder Jolt follows the platform it lands on. (SSBB)

Pikachu Thunder Jolt air

Thunder Jolt's midair appearance.

Pichu Thunder Jolt Move

Pichu's Thunder Jolt

Thunder Jolt is Pikachu and Pichu's Neutral B move. Thunder Jolt is fairly unique for a projectile attack in that it hugs the ground it travels on, bouncing up and down as it moves forward (often over obstacles). When used in the air, a ball of electricity is launched that falls diagonally until it hits a solid object, where it assumes the normal arc form.

Like its other specials, Thunder Jolt damages Pichu upon use, inflicting 1% damage each time.

While ball-shaped, this attack does slightly more damage.

This move is also good for spamming heavy characters and fast falling ones like Ike and Fox respectively.

Origin

Unlike most other attacks Pokémon use in the Super Smash Bros. games, there has never been an attack named Thunder Jolt in any Pokémon video game. Thunder Jolt was, however, present on the original Pikachu card as one of the many moves invented for the Pokemon Trading Card Game. The name of the move in the Smash Bros. games likely arose either from the popularity of the trading cards at the time of SSB or from a mistranslation of "Thundershock," the name of a standard Pikachu move in the RPGs.

Pikachu's Special Moves
SSB Melee Brawl SSBWU/3DS Ultimate
Standard Special Thunder Jolt
Side Special Skull Bash
Up Special Quick Attack
Down Special Thunder
Final Smash Volt Tackle

Pichu's Special Moves
Melee Ultimate
Standard Special Thunder Jolt
Side Special Skull Bash
Up Special Agility
Down Special Thunder
Final Smash Volt Tackle
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