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This is an article for the move Iron Head 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.

Iron Head - Effect

Type Pokemon Steel Image
Category Pokemon Physical Image
Power 80
Accuracy 100
PP 15
Effect The user slams the target with its steel-hard head. This may also make the target flinch.
Max Move Max Steelspike
Power: 130
TM / TR TR74

Pokemon That Learn Iron Head

By Default

Alolan SandslashAlolan Sandslash AegislashAegislash SilvallySilvally

By Level Up

Alolan SandshrewAlolan Sandshrew Alolan DiglettAlolan Diglett Alolan DugtrioAlolan Dugtrio
AerodactylAerodactyl ScizorScizor MawileMawile
AronAron LaironLairon AggronAggron
RegisteelRegisteel HeatranHeatran EscavalierEscavalier
FerroseedFerroseed FerrothornFerrothorn DruddigonDruddigon
PawniardPawniard BisharpBisharp DurantDurant
CobalionCobalion HonedgeHonedge DoubladeDoublade
Type: NullType: Null SolgaleoSolgaleo MagearnaMagearna
StakatakaStakataka CufantCufant CopperajahCopperajah
ZacianZacian ZamazentaZamazenta KubfuKubfu
Urshifu Single-Strike StyleUrshifu Single-Strike Style Urshifu Rapid-Strike StyleUrshifu Rapid-Strike Style

By TM / TR

SandshrewSandshrew Alolan SandshrewAlolan Sandshrew Alolan SandslashAlolan Sandslash
Alolan DiglettAlolan Diglett Alolan DugtrioAlolan Dugtrio Galarian MeowthGalarian Meowth
ArcanineArcanine OnixOnix Alolan ExeggutorAlolan Exeggutor
CuboneCubone MarowakMarowak Alolan MarowakAlolan Marowak
TaurosTauros GyaradosGyarados LaprasLapras
AerodactylAerodactyl SnorlaxSnorlax DragoniteDragonite
MewMew SteelixSteelix ScizorScizor
MantineMantine SkarmorySkarmory KingdraKingdra
MiltankMiltank RaikouRaikou EnteiEntei
SuicuneSuicune LarvitarLarvitar PupitarPupitar
TyranitarTyranitar LugiaLugia Ho-ohHo-oh
MawileMawile AronAron LaironLairon
AggronAggron WailordWailord LunatoneLunatone
SolrockSolrock MiloticMilotic GlalieGlalie
WalreinWalrein BeldumBeldum MetangMetang
MetagrossMetagross RegirockRegirock RegiceRegice
RegisteelRegisteel KyogreKyogre GroudonGroudon
RayquazaRayquaza JirachiJirachi BronzongBronzong
GibleGible GabiteGabite GarchompGarchomp
HippowdonHippowdon MagnezoneMagnezone RhyperiorRhyperior
MamoswineMamoswine DialgaDialga HeatranHeatran
RegigigasRegigigas GiratinaGiratina Giratina (Origin Forme)Giratina (Origin Forme)
StoutlandStoutland GigalithGigalith ExcadrillExcadrill
DarmanitanDarmanitan Galarian DarmanitanGalarian Darmanitan ScraggyScraggy
ScraftyScrafty CarracostaCarracosta EscavalierEscavalier
FerroseedFerroseed FerrothornFerrothorn DruddigonDruddigon
PawniardPawniard BisharpBisharp BouffalantBouffalant
BraviaryBraviary DurantDurant CobalionCobalion
TerrakionTerrakion KyuremKyurem GenesectGenesect
BunnelbyBunnelby DiggersbyDiggersby PanchamPancham
PangoroPangoro HonedgeHonedge DoubladeDoublade
AegislashAegislash TyruntTyrunt TyrantrumTyrantrum
AmauraAmaura AurorusAurorus HawluchaHawlucha
AvaluggAvalugg IncineroarIncineroar RockruffRockruff
Lycanroc (Midday Form)Lycanroc (Midday Form) Lycanroc (Midnight Form)Lycanroc (Midnight Form) Lycanroc (Dusk Form)Lycanroc (Dusk Form)
MudbrayMudbray MudsdaleMudsdale StuffulStufful
BewearBewear PassimianPassimian GolisopodGolisopod
Type: NullType: Null SilvallySilvally TurtonatorTurtonator
TogedemaruTogedemaru DhelmiseDhelmise Jangmo-oJangmo-o
Hakamo-oHakamo-o Kommo-oKommo-o Tapu KokoTapu Koko
SolgaleoSolgaleo NihilegoNihilego BuzzwoleBuzzwole
CelesteelaCelesteela GuzzlordGuzzlord NecrozmaNecrozma
MagearnaMagearna MarshadowMarshadow StakatakaStakataka
MelmetalMelmetal CinderaceCinderace CorviknightCorviknight
RolycolyRolycoly CarkolCarkol CoalossalCoalossal
SandacondaSandaconda PerrserkerPerrserker FalinksFalinks
EiscueEiscue CufantCufant CopperajahCopperajah
DracovishDracovish ArctovishArctovish DuraludonDuraludon
ZacianZacian ZamazentaZamazenta KubfuKubfu
Urshifu Single-Strike StyleUrshifu Single-Strike Style

By Egg Move


By Move Tutor

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

Iron Head Competitive Analysis

Iron Head is a strong Steel-type move with a couple of unique interactions. This move has a 30% chance of making the target flinch which makes it a great STAB move for Jirachi. Jirachi has access to Serene Grace, which increasing the chance for flinch.

Additionally, Zacian and Zamazenta's signature moves, Behemoth Bash and Behemoth Blade, will transform from Iron Head.

Iron Head Locations

Purchase from the Wild Area Trader

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Iron Head is available to purchase from the Watt Traders in the Wild Area for 5000 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 Iron Head 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 Iron Head 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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