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Technical Definition-In team based games, the game mechanic that allows an attacker to force out the opponents point character and bring in an assist character of the attacker's choosing. Usually done in order to get a mix up on the incoming character or to disrupt team composition. Commonly referred to as just "snap."

In Other Words-"The target is scared off, and a different Pokémon is dragged out."-Roar, Pokemon: Sword and Shield

Technical Definition-In team based games, the game mechanic that allows an attacker to force out the opponents point character and bring in an assist character of the attacker's choosing. Usually done in order to get a mix up on the incoming character or to disrupt team composition. Commonly referred to as just "snap."

In Other Words-"The target is scared off, and a different Pokémon is dragged out."-Roar, Pokemon: Sword and Shield

Justin Wong ends his combo by snapping in Phoenix to try to avoid anchor Dark Phoenix.

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Justin Wong ends his combo by snapping in Phoenix to try to avoid anchor Dark Phoenix.

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Category: Game Mechanics