As a Poké Ball Pokémon
It uses Metronome as its attack. While Clefairy's Metronome attack deals out various damaging attacks, Togepi's Metronome deals out status effects to all characters within a certain radius. The summoner is not harmed by any of Togepi's Metronome attacks.
Togepi's Metronome is made up of five attacks that are chosen randomly. The attacks are:
Togepi features as a collectible trophy, unlocked as one of the 100+ trophies that can be collected randomly during normal play, such as in the Trophy Lottery and throughout the various single-player regular matches, though it only appears once 200 VS matches have been played.
In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Togepi returns, using a similar set of moves to what it used in Melee. However, it no longer uses Night Shade, but SmokeScreen, which has the same effect of blackening the screen. This is more logical, considering that Night Shade was a damaging attack in the Pokémon series, while SmokeScreen obscured vision. Togepi's old Sleep Powder is also replaced with Hypnosis, which scatters dark, blue waves around Togepi, rather than small spores. Otherwise, it has the same effect as Sleep Powder on the previous game.
Togepi returns as a Poké Ball Pokémon in Smash 4. It still uses Metronome and works like in Brawl.
Togepi is a Fairy-type (Normal-type prior to Generation VI) Pokémon introduced in Generation II. It evolves into Togetic when happy enough, gaining a secondary Flying type, and then, starting with Generation IV, into Togekiss using a Shiny Stone. It is very rarely found in the wild, and it's most often received as a gift when still an Egg.
Metronome is a very peculiar move naturally available to very few Pokémon: when selected, it allows the user to perform a move chosen randomly among almost all the moves existing in the game. Togepi can learn it naturally at a very low level in every game.
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