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Pokemon Who Can Learn Flash Cannon (TR70)

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This is an article for the move Flash Cannon and the Pokemon who can learn it and its location in Pokemon Sword and Shield, Isle of Armor, and the Crown Tundra DLC. Read on to see the Power, Accuracy, PP, and Effect, and see how to use it competitively.

Flash Cannon - Effect

Type Pokemon Steel Image
Category Pokemon Special Image
Power 80
Accuracy 100
PP 10
Effect The user gathers all its light energy and releases it all at once. This may lower the target's Special Defense stat
Max Move Max Steelspike
Power: 130
TM / TR TR70

Pokemon That Learn Flash Cannon

By Default


By Level Up

MagnemiteMagnemite MagnetonMagneton MetangMetang
MetagrossMetagross RegisteelRegisteel MagnezoneMagnezone
DialgaDialga FerroseedFerroseed FerrothornFerrothorn
KlefkiKlefki SolgaleoSolgaleo CelesteelaCelesteela
MagearnaMagearna MeltanMeltan MelmetalMelmetal

By TM / TR

BlastoiseBlastoise Alolan DiglettAlolan Diglett Alolan DugtrioAlolan Dugtrio
MagnemiteMagnemite MagnetonMagneton OnixOnix
HorseaHorsea SeadraSeadra StaryuStaryu
StarmieStarmie MewMew SteelixSteelix
ScizorScizor OctilleryOctillery SkarmorySkarmory
KingdraKingdra MawileMawile AggronAggron
ArmaldoArmaldo MetangMetang MetagrossMetagross
RegirockRegirock RegiceRegice RegisteelRegisteel
JirachiJirachi BronzorBronzor BronzongBronzong
LucarioLucario MagnezoneMagnezone RhyperiorRhyperior
DialgaDialga HeatranHeatran RoggenrolaRoggenrola
BoldoreBoldore GigalithGigalith SigilyphSigilyph
SolosisSolosis DuosionDuosion ReuniclusReuniclus
VanilliteVanillite VanillishVanillish VanilluxeVanilluxe
FerroseedFerroseed FerrothornFerrothorn KlinkKlink
KlangKlang KlinklangKlinklang BeheeyemBeheeyem
CryogonalCryogonal Galarian StunfiskGalarian Stunfisk DruddigonDruddigon
GolurkGolurk DurantDurant HydreigonHydreigon
CobalionCobalion ThundurusThundurus Thundurus (Therian Forme)Thundurus (Therian Forme)
ZekromZekrom KyuremKyurem GenesectGenesect
HonedgeHonedge DoubladeDoublade AegislashAegislash
SpritzeeSpritzee AromatisseAromatisse ClauncherClauncher
ClawitzerClawitzer AmauraAmaura AurorusAurorus
KlefkiKlefki BergmiteBergmite AvaluggAvalugg
XerneasXerneas VolcanionVolcanion VikavoltVikavolt
SilvallySilvally TurtonatorTurtonator DhelmiseDhelmise
Kommo-oKommo-o SolgaleoSolgaleo CelesteelaCelesteela
NecrozmaNecrozma MagearnaMagearna StakatakaStakataka
MeltanMeltan MelmetalMelmetal CorviknightCorviknight
CopperajahCopperajah DuraludonDuraludon ZamazentaZamazenta

By Egg Move

There are no Pokemon who learn this move by this method.

By Move Tutor

There are no Pokemon who learn this move by this method.

Flash Cannon Competitive Analysis

Flash Cannon has a 10% chance of lowering the target's Special Defense by one stage. In addition to this, it has a solid base stat of 80 power and 100 accuracy, which makes Flash Cannon the STAB move for most special attacking Steel-types.

Flash Cannon Locations

Obtain in Giant's Bed

Crown Tundra - Giant
A Flash Cannon can be found in the Giant's Bed area of the The Crown Tundra DLC.

Giant's Bed Map and Obtainable Pokemon

Purchase from the Wild Area Trader

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Flash Cannon is available to purchase from the Watt Traders in the Wild Area for X Watts.

The Watt Traders' selection of TM and TRs changes everyday so make sure to check what's in stock!

How to Farm Watts Quickly

A Possible Drop from Max Raids

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It's also possible to get Flash Cannon from Steel-type Max Raid dens as a reward for defeating or catching the resident Dynamax or Gigantamax Pokemon.

How to Max Raid With Friends

Get from the Cram-o-Matic

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It's also possible to get Flash Cannon from the Cram-o-Matic, although the chances are still low even when using the right items.

How to Use the Cram-o-Matic

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