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Confuse Ray
Type  Ghost
Category  Status
Accuracy  100%
PP  10 (max. 16)
Priority  {{{priority}}}
The target is exposed to a sinister ray that triggers confusion.
Foe Foe
Self Ally
May affect anyone but the user

Confuse Ray is a status-inflicting Ghost-type move.


Confuse Ray confuses the target

Pokémon that learn Confuse Ray

By leveling up

Dex no. Pokémon Type Level
#013 Cubblfly Cubblfly Bug Fairy 29
#014 Nimflora Nimflora Bug Fairy 32
#057 Mareep Mareep Electric Unknown 25
#058 Flaaffy Flaaffy Electric Unknown 29
#059 Ampharos Ampharos Electric Unknown 29
#065 Costraw Costraw Poison Psychic 24
#066 Trawpint Trawpint Poison Psychic 24
#077 Sableye Sableye Dark Ghost 31
#092 Misdreavus Misdreavus Ghost Unknown 14
#126 Jackdeary Jackdeary Fairy Fighting 29
#127 Winotinger Winotinger Fairy Fighting 29
#128 Duplicat Duplicat Normal Unknown 11
#134 Umbreon Umbreon Dark Unknown 17
#142 Masking Masking Psychic Unknown 31
#143 Dramsama Dramsama Psychic Ghost 31
#144 Antarki Antarki Ghost Fire 31

Via a prior evolution

Dex no. Pokémon Type Father
#093 Mismagius Mismagius Ghost Unknown Misdreavus

Via Breeding

Dex no. Pokémon Type Father
#024 Fortog Fortog Water Poison N/A
#025 Folerog Folerog Water Poison N/A
#026 Blubelrog Blubelrog Water Poison N/A
#081 Corsola Corsola Water Rock N/A
#082 Corsoreef Corsoreef Water Rock N/A
#147 Linkite Linkite Ghost Unknown N/A
#148 Chainite Chainite Ghost Dark N/A
  • For clarity, only the lowest stage possible of every compatible evolutionary line are listed as fathers.
  • When Ratsy (Ratsy*) is listed as a father, it means that the move must be acquired via Sketch beforehand.

By Mystery Gift

Dex no. Pokémon Type
#147 Linkite Linkite
Ghost Ghost
#148 Chainite Chainite
Ghost Dark