History Main / SwitchOutMove

19th Jul '16 11:54:58 PM KZN02
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** Wimpod's "Wimp Out" ability switches it with a partner Pokemon if its HP falls below 50%.
6th Jul '16 12:39:01 AM Rakurai
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* In the ''Manga/OnePiece'' fighting game ''Burning Blood'', Bartholomew Kuma is able to do this to a fighter by using the powers of his Paw-Paw Fruit to warp them away temporarily, switching them out and preventing them from being used for a time. However, it differs from most moves of this nature in that the character in question is considered to be ''knocked out'' while they're unavailable, meaning that disabling all of a team's fighters will result in a win for you regardless of how much health they have remaining.
10th Feb '16 11:44:13 PM Tuckerscreator
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10th Feb '16 11:02:46 PM youngbond007
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2nd Feb '16 2:36:12 AM Adept
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* In ''HunterXHunter'', this is the basis of Goreinu's abilities. He can summon two gorillas, a black one and a white one, both of whom can move about on their own. Goreinu can instantly switch locations with the black gorilla; he can cause someone else to switch locations with the white one.
* [[OnePiece Luffy]] attempts this with Zoro, who is holding off Arlong. Unfortunately for the swordsman, [[IdiotHero Luffy]]'s idea of a SwitchOutMove involves sending Zoro (who, mind you, is heavily wounded by this point) flying backwards about 100 feet in the air.

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* In ''HunterXHunter'', ''Manga/HunterXHunter'', this is the basis of Goreinu's abilities. He can summon two gorillas, a black one and a white one, both of whom can move about on their own. Goreinu can instantly switch locations with the black gorilla; he can cause someone else to switch locations with the white one.
* [[OnePiece Luffy]] ''Manga/OnePiece'': Luffy attempts this with Zoro, who is holding off Arlong. Unfortunately for the swordsman, [[IdiotHero Luffy]]'s idea of a SwitchOutMove involves sending Zoro (who, mind you, is heavily wounded by this point) flying backwards about 100 feet in the air.



* ''BirdyTheMighty'': Given that Tsutomu and Birdy share the same body, they can switch with each other whenever needed.

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* ''BirdyTheMighty'': ''Manga/BirdyTheMighty'': Given that Tsutomu and Birdy share the same body, they can switch with each other whenever needed.
27th Sep '15 6:38:13 PM EmilyEvelan
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** Also when Luffy switches with Buggy in his battle with Mihawk.
8th Sep '15 8:13:16 AM KZN02
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During a fight between two characters A and B, this move allows the character A to switch with his/her/its partner. Sometimes leads to the partner tagging in with a DynamicEntry.

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During a fight between two characters A and B, this move allows the character A to switch with his/her/its partner. Sometimes leads to the partner tagging in with a DynamicEntry.
DynamicEntry. Alternatively, the move may force character B to switch with his/her/its partner.
13th Jul '15 10:36:33 AM nombretomado
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* Out-of-battle party members in the [[ManaKhemiaAlchemistsOfAlRevis Mana Khemia]] series can swap in at the end of an allie's attack [[DynamicEntry to throw in one of their own]], sometimes with additional effects such as reducing the target's defense. These attacks can be chained, which sometimes triggers a CombinationAttack. Alternatively, [[BigDamnHeroes they can swap in to protect a targeted ally]].

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* Out-of-battle party members in the [[ManaKhemiaAlchemistsOfAlRevis ''[[VideoGame/ManaKhemiaAlchemistsOfAlRevis Mana Khemia]] Khemia]]'' series can swap in at the end of an allie's attack [[DynamicEntry to throw in one of their own]], sometimes with additional effects such as reducing the target's defense. These attacks can be chained, which sometimes triggers a CombinationAttack. Alternatively, [[BigDamnHeroes they can swap in to protect a targeted ally]].
28th Apr '15 2:47:24 AM Unityd3v
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* ''[[VideoGame/DeadOrAlive5 Dead Or Alive 5 Ultimate]]'' introduced "Force Out" attacks for tag mode. Hitting one of these on an opponent would both switch the character they were using out, as well as change the character you were using.
5th Feb '15 5:01:33 PM superkeijikun
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* ''VideoGame/{{Skullgirls}}'' takes inspiraction from the ''CapcomVsWhatever'' series in its switch-out moves, and adds its own take on it with several characters coming in in unique ways: Valentine comes in a straight path along the ground, Cerebella drops in from directly overhead, and Squigly busts out of her grave wherever on the stage it may be, just to name a few examples.
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