Doom Desire is a damage-dealing Steel move; on the turn Doom Desire is selected, this attack will do nothing other than state that the user has chosen Doom Desire as its destiny. Two turns later, Doom Desire will do damage against the target.
if the target is switched out, the attack will hit its replacement. Doom Desire calculates its damage when it hits rather than when it is selected.
Doom Desire fails when used if the target is already set to be hit by Future Sight or Doom Desire. Doom Desire can hit the Pokémon that used the move. If Doom Desire misses, the miss will not occur until the third turn, and the game will display that the move "failed" rather than "missed".
In battles with multiple opponents, Doom Desire can target a slot without an active Pokémon. (If a Pokémon occupies the selected slot by the time the attack is due, Doom Desire will attack as intended.) If there is no target at the targeted slot by the time the attack is due, Doom Desire will still fail without further notice.
Doom Desire is not affected by Protection Moves. Its damage is not increased by Life Orb. A Pokémon holding a Focus Band or Focus Sash, one that used Endure, or has the Sturdy ability can survive Doom Desire.
Pokémon that can learn Doom Desire
By Mystery Gift