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This is a page on the Pokemon Urshifu, including its learnable moves and where it can be found in Pokemon Sword and Shield. Read on for information on its evolutions, abilities, type advantages, and more.

Basic Information

Two Forms


Urshifu, when evolved from Kubfu, has two possible forms – the Single Strike Style, which has a Fighting and Dark typing, and the Rapid Strike Style, which has a Fighting and Water typing.

Kubfu will evolve into one of two forms, Single Strike Style or Rapid Strike Style, depending on the choices you make in the Isle of Armor DLC. The forms are not exclusive to any Pokemon version, which means you can get any form on either Pokemon Sword or Shield.

Nintendo Direct Mini - March 2020 26-30 screenshot.pngSingle-Strike Style Nintendo Direct Mini - March 2020 26-35 screenshot.pngRapid-Strike Style

New Ability: Unseen Fist

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Urshifu's Ability, Unseen Fist, allows it to bypass moves like Protect when it uses attacks which make direct contact.

Signature Moves

Single Strike Style: Wicked Blow

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The signature move of Single Strike Style, Wicked Blow always deals a critical hit, allowing Urshifu to bypass its opponent's stat changes.

Rapid Strike Style: Surging Strikes

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The signature move of Rapid Strike Style, Surging Strikes also deals critical hits without fail, and its damage is divided into three individual attacks.

How to Evolve Kubfu into Urshifu

Kubfu evolves into Urshifu when you complete one of the Towers of Two Fists. You will only be able to choose one of the towers to challenge, and when you and Kubfu clear the tower, Kubfu will evolve into either Urshifu's Single-Strike Style, if you complete the Tower of Darkness, or Urshifu's Rapid-Strike Style, if you complete the Tower of Waters.

Nintendo Direct Mini - March 2020 26-14 screenshot.pngTower of Darkness Nintendo Direct Mini - March 2020 26-11 screenshot.pngTower of Waters

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Gigantamax Urshifu

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Urshifu has two Gigantamax forms – one for each evolution style. The Single Strike Style Gigantamax is described as more aggressive in its fighting style, while the Rapid Strike Style is said to use a more composed and calmer technique.

Single Strike Style: G-Max One Blow

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Rapid Strike Style: G-Max Rapid Flow

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Both of Gigantamax Urshifu's G-Max Moves are able to bypass protecting moves, even Max Guard, which even other G-Max Moves cannot pierce.

Urshifu - Type and Abilities

Urshifu Rapid-Strike Style - Type

Urshifu Rapid-Strike Style
Urshifu Rapid-Strike Style
Type 1 Type 2
Fighting Image Water Image

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Type Defenses

Type
Takes 4x damage
-
Takes 2x damage
Grass Image Electric Image Flying Image Psychic Image Fairy Image
Takes 0.5x damage
Fire Image Water Image Ice Image Bug Image Rock Image Dark Image Steel Image
Takes 1/4x damage
-
Takes 0x damage
-

Urshifu Single-Strike Style - Type

Urshifu Single-Strike Style
Urshifu Single-Strike Style
Type 1 Type 2
Fighting Image Dark Image

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Type Defenses

Type
Takes 4x damage
Fairy Image
Takes 2x damage
Fighting Image Flying Image
Takes 0.5x damage
Rock Image Ghost Image
Takes 1/4x damage
Dark Image
Takes 0x damage
Psychic Image

Abilities

Name Description
Unseen Fist Allows the Pokemon to bypass moves like Protect when it uses attacks which make direct contact.
Egg Groups
Undiscovered Image Undiscovered

Evolution Chart of Urshifu

Pokemon How to Evolve
KubfuKubfu -
Urshifu Rapid-Strike StyleUrshifu Rapid-Strike Style Complete the Tower of Waters with Kubfu
Urshifu Single-Strike StyleUrshifu Single-Strike Style Complete the Tower of Darkness with Kubfu

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How to Get Urshifu

Evolve Kubfu

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In the Isle of Armor DLC, players will receive a Kubfu from the Dojo Master Mustard, which they can choose to evolve into either Urshifu's Single-Strike Style or Rapid-Strike Style by traveling through either the Tower of Waters or Tower of Darkness.

Players can only obtain Kubfu and Urshifu in The Isle of Armor, which is included in the Expansion Pass DLC for Pokemon Sword and Shield.
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Base Stats of Urshifu

Both Urshifu's Single Strike Style and Rapid Strike Style have the same base stats.

HP
100 100 (#)
Atk
130 130 (#)
Def
100 100 (#)
Sp. Atk
63 63 (#)
Sp. Def
60 60 (#)
Speed
97 97 (#)
Total Base Stats
550 (#102)

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Urshifu Rapid-Strike Style Learnset

Urshifu's Rapid-Strike Style has the signature move Surging Strikes, as well as its G-Max Move G-Max Rapid Flow.

Learnset by Leveling Up

Lv. Move Type Power Acc. PP
Base Rock Smash Fighting Image 40 100 15
Base Endure Normal Image - - 10
Base Focus Energy Normal Image - - 30
Base Surging Strikes Water Image 25 100 5
Base Surging Strikes Water Image 25 100 5
Base Aqua Jet Water Image 40 100 20
Base Leer Normal Image - 100 30
12 Aerial Ace Flying Image 60 - 20
16 Scary Face Normal Image - 100 10
20 Headbutt Normal Image 70 100 15
24 Brick Break Fighting Image 75 100 15
28 Detect Fighting Image - - 5
32 Bulk Up Fighting Image - - 20
36 Iron Head Steel Image 80 100 15
40 Dynamic Punch Fighting Image 100 50 5
44 Counter Fighting Image - 100 20
48 Close Combat Fighting Image 120 100 5
52 Focus Punch Fighting Image 150 100 20

Learnset by TM

No. Move Type Power Acc. PP
TM00 Mega Punch Normal Image 80 85 20
TM01 Mega Kick Normal Image 120 75 5
TM03 Fire Punch Fire Image 75 100 15
TM04 Ice Punch Ice Image 75 100 15
TM05 Thunder Punch Electric Image 75 100 15
TM09 Giga Impact Normal Image 150 90 5
TM15 Dig Ground Image 80 100 10
TM21 Rest Psychic Image - - 10
TM22 Rock Slide Rock Image 75 90 10
TM24 Snore Normal Image 50 100 15
TM25 Protect Normal Image - - 10
TM26 Scary Face Normal Image - 100 10
TM31 Attract Normal Image - 100 15
TM33 Rain Dance Water Image - - 5
TM36 Whirlpool Water Image 35 85 15
TM39 Facade Normal Image 70 100 20
TM40 Swift Normal Image 60 - 20
TM41 Helping Hand Normal Image - - 20
TM42 Revenge Fighting Image 60 100 10
TM43 Brick Break Fighting Image 75 100 15
TM45 Dive Water Image 80 100 10
TM48 Rock Tomb Rock Image 60 95 15
TM55 Brine Water Image 65 100 10
TM56 U-turn Bug Image 70 100 20
TM63 Drain Punch Fighting Image 75 100 10
TM75 Low Sweep Fighting Image 65 100 20
TM76 Round Normal Image 60 100 15
TM78 Acrobatics Flying Image 55 100 15
TM79 Retaliate Normal Image 70 100 5
TM94 False Swipe Normal Image 40 100 40

Learnset by TR

No. Move Type Power Acc. PP
TR01 Body Slam Normal Image 85 100 15
TR07 Low Kick Fighting Image - 100 20
TR13 Focus Energy Normal Image - - 30
TR16 Waterfall Water Image 80 100 15
TR20 Substitute Normal Image - - 10
TR21 Reversal Fighting Image - 100 15
TR26 Endure Normal Image - - 10
TR27 Sleep Talk Normal Image - - 10
TR37 Taunt Dark Image - 100 20
TR39 Superpower Fighting Image 120 100 5
TR46 Iron Defense Steel Image - - 15
TR48 Bulk Up Fighting Image - - 20
TR53 Close Combat Fighting Image 120 100 5
TR56 Aura Sphere Fighting Image 80 - 20
TR57 Poison Jab Poison Image 80 100 20
TR64 Focus Blast Fighting Image 120 70 5
TR69 Zen Headbutt Psychic Image 80 90 15
TR74 Iron Head Steel Image 80 100 15
TR75 Stone Edge Rock Image 100 80 5
TR84 Scald Water Image 80 100 15
TR85 Work Up Normal Image - - 30
TR98 Liquidation Water Image 85 100 10
TR99 Body Press Fighting Image 80 100 10

Learnset through a Move Tutor

Move Type Power Acc. PP
Coaching Fighting Image - - 10

Learnset via Egg Moves

This Pokemon currently has no moves learned in this way.

Urshifu Single-Strike Style Learnset

Urshifu's Single-Strike Style has the signature move Wicked Blow, as well as its G-Max Move G-Max One Blow.

Learnset by Leveling Up

Lv. Move Type Power Acc. PP
Base Wicked Blow Dark Image 80 100 5
Base Wicked Blow Dark Image 80 100 5
Base Sucker Punch Dark Image 70 100 5
Base Rock Smash Fighting Image 40 100 15
Base Leer Normal Image - 100 30
Base Endure Normal Image - - 10
Base Focus Energy Normal Image - - 30
12 Aerial Ace Flying Image 60 - 20
16 Scary Face Normal Image - 100 10
20 Headbutt Normal Image 70 100 15
24 Brick Break Fighting Image 75 100 15
28 Detect Fighting Image - - 5
32 Bulk Up Fighting Image - - 20
36 Iron Head Steel Image 80 100 15
40 Dynamic Punch Fighting Image 100 50 5
44 Counter Fighting Image - 100 20
48 Close Combat Fighting Image 120 100 5
52 Focus Punch Fighting Image 150 100 20

Learnset by TM

No. Move Type Power Acc. PP
TM00 Mega Punch Normal Image 80 85 20
TM01 Mega Kick Normal Image 120 75 5
TM03 Fire Punch Fire Image 75 100 15
TM04 Ice Punch Ice Image 75 100 15
TM05 Thunder Punch Electric Image 75 100 15
TM09 Giga Impact Normal Image 150 90 5
TM15 Dig Ground Image 80 100 10
TM21 Rest Psychic Image - - 10
TM22 Rock Slide Rock Image 75 90 10
TM24 Snore Normal Image 50 100 15
TM25 Protect Normal Image - - 10
TM26 Scary Face Normal Image - 100 10
TM31 Attract Normal Image - 100 15
TM37 Beat Up Dark Image - 100 10
TM39 Facade Normal Image 70 100 20
TM40 Swift Normal Image 60 - 20
TM41 Helping Hand Normal Image - - 20
TM42 Revenge Fighting Image 60 100 10
TM43 Brick Break Fighting Image 75 100 15
TM48 Rock Tomb Rock Image 60 95 15
TM56 U-turn Bug Image 70 100 20
TM57 Payback Dark Image 50 100 10
TM58 Assurance Dark Image 60 100 10
TM59 Fling Dark Image - 100 10
TM63 Drain Punch Fighting Image 75 100 10
TM75 Low Sweep Fighting Image 65 100 20
TM76 Round Normal Image 60 100 15
TM78 Acrobatics Flying Image 55 100 15
TM79 Retaliate Normal Image 70 100 5
TM85 Snarl Dark Image 55 95 15
TM94 False Swipe Normal Image 40 100 40

Learnset by TR

No. Move Type Power Acc. PP
TR01 Body Slam Normal Image 85 100 15
TR07 Low Kick Fighting Image - 100 20
TR13 Focus Energy Normal Image - - 30
TR20 Substitute Normal Image - - 10
TR21 Reversal Fighting Image - 100 15
TR26 Endure Normal Image - - 10
TR27 Sleep Talk Normal Image - - 10
TR32 Crunch Dark Image 80 100 15
TR37 Taunt Dark Image - 100 20
TR39 Superpower Fighting Image 120 100 5
TR46 Iron Defense Steel Image - - 15
TR48 Bulk Up Fighting Image - - 20
TR53 Close Combat Fighting Image 120 100 5
TR56 Aura Sphere Fighting Image 80 - 20
TR57 Poison Jab Poison Image 80 100 20
TR58 Dark Pulse Dark Image 80 100 15
TR64 Focus Blast Fighting Image 120 70 5
TR69 Zen Headbutt Psychic Image 80 90 15
TR74 Iron Head Steel Image 80 100 15
TR75 Stone Edge Rock Image 100 80 5
TR81 Foul Play Dark Image 95 100 15
TR85 Work Up Normal Image - - 30
TR93 Darkest Lariat Dark Image 85 100 10
TR95 Throat Chop Dark Image 80 100 15
TR99 Body Press Fighting Image 80 100 10

Learnset through a Move Tutor

Move Type Power Acc. PP
Coaching Fighting Image - - 10
Lash Out Dark Image 75 100 5

Learnset via Egg Moves

This Pokemon currently has no moves learned in this way.

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