Pokémon Sword and Shield G-Max Moves Guide

Pokémon Sword and Shield G-Max Moves Guide

In Pokémon Sword and Shield, G-Max Moves are specific to Gigantamax variants of different Pokémon. It’s important to note that when I say specific to Gigantamax, I mean that none of the Dynamax Pokémon are able to use these moves. Our G-Max Moves List Guide will help you learn all about these moves, their effects, and the Pokémon that can use them.

Pokémon Sword and Shield G-Max Moves

Below, you’ll find a complete list of all the G-Max Moves that you can find in the latest Pokémon title:

G-Max Befuddle
Pokémon: Butterfree | Type: Bug
When used, G-Max Befuddle poisons, paralyzes, and causes the opponent to fall asleep.

G-Max Cuddle
Pokémon: Eevee | Type: Normal
This G-Max move allows you to infuriate the opponent Pokémon.

G-Max Finale
Pokémon: Alcremie | Type: Fairy
With this move, you not only deal damage but also heal all your ally Pokémon.

G-Max Gold Rush
Pokémon: Meowth | Type: Normal
You deal damage to confuse enemies and drop coins on the field. Once the battle is over, you’re able to acquire money from the ground.

G-Max Stonesurge
Pokémon: Drednaw | Type: Water
In addition to damage, you summon sharp rocks to appear the field.

G-Max Volt Crash
Pokémon: Pikachu | Type: Electric
With this move, you’re able to deal damage and paralyze the opposing Pokémon – even the Ground-type ones.

G-Max Wildfire
Pokémon: Charizard | Type: Fire
For a total of 4 turns, you deal damage and create a vortex of fire that continuously burns. However, do note that the effect doesn’t work at all on fire-type Pokémon.

G-Max Wind Rage
Pokémon: Corviknight | Type: Flying
With this G-Max move, you’re able to deal damage and prevent terrains, hazards, barriers, spikes, light screen, etc. from being in your way

These are all the G-Max Moves in Pokémon Sword and Shield. For more help, feel free to check out our Guide to Perfect Breeds, Best Starter Pokémon Guide, and Starter Tips and Tricks Guide.