- Base energy
- Super effective vs
- Not very effective vs
- Ineffective vs
Deals more damage the slower the user is compared to the target.
The user curls itself into a ball and coats itself in a layer of resilient metal energy, then rolls into its opponent, bowling them over. Slower Pokémon are better able to control their rolling, and can get in maximum damage against faster foes who are more likely to underestimate their maneuverability. If the user is slower than the opponent, the base power of this attack is equal to 25 times the ratio of the opponent's base speed and the user's base speed (ie, (opponent's speed÷user's speed)*25 = base power), with another 10 added for each of the opponent's increased Speed stages and/or each of the user's decreased Speed stages (and 10 subtracted for each of the opponent's decreased Speed stages and/or each of the user's increased Speed stages). If the user is faster than the opponent, Gyro Ball's base power is 25.