The user just flops and splashes around to no effect at all...
|Power points||40 (max. 64)|
Splash has no effect whatsoever. After using the move, the Pokémon will just move up and down and the game displays a message. In Generation I, the message was "No effect!". In Generation II, the message was changed to "But nothing happened." and in Generation III, the period is replaced with an exclamation point. If Gravity is active, Splash cannot be used
The user goes 1 tile away from the current position randomly. If the user comes in contact with an opponent, they will both receive 5 damage.
Splash has no area of effect or effect on the user, and thus does nothing but show an animation. However, the user can choose which direction to perform it in. This does not change the behavior of the move itself, but leaves the user facing the direction that the move was performed in, effectively allowing them to turn in place whereas waiting the turn would not allow the user to change the direction they are facing. Unlike most moves in Pokémon Conquest, Splash can be used even if it would have no target.
|Stadium||A move that involves only flopping and Splashing around in front of the opponent. It has no effect.|
|Stadium 2||A move that involves only flopping and Splashing around. It has no effect.|
|GSC||Has no effect whatsoever.|
|It's just a splash... Has no effect whatsoever.|
|FRLG||The user just flops and splashes around without having any effect.|
|PMDRB||Makes the user flop around as it moves. If there is another Pokémon where it lands, both Pokémon are hurt.|
|PMDTDS||Makes the user flop to a different tile. If it lands on another Pokémon both Pokémon are hurt.|
|The user just flops and splashes around to no effect at all...|
By leveling up