This post was about the Pokémon: Strongest Rock-type moves in the game-play, if you are a Pokémon player then you have to give a look.
It is TR63 in the Pokemon Sword and Shield games. Power Gem is a newer damage-dealing Rock-type move introduced in Generation IV. The move is popular with the likes of Legendary Pokemon Dialga and Palkia all the way to normal Pokemon like Persian and its Alolan form. With a PP of 20 (with a max of 32), it can be used repeatedly and be a great help during battle, if not a battle-ender. Power Gem has an impeccable accuracy of 100% and a Base Power of 80 to back it up. Depending on the type of Pokemon players are using, this move could be paired well with other combat moves such as Hydro Pump, Rock Throw, and Ancient Power, to name a few.
The Splintered Stormshards is a newer Rock-type Z-Move. Splintered Stomshards is the signature Z-Move of the “Wolf Pokemon,” Lycanroc. This move was introduced to players in Generation VII in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. It is used to inflict harsh damage.
And will also remove any terrain in the background of a battle when used. Paired with moves like Sucker Punch, Rock Slide, and Crunch, a perfect, powerful moveset would be in store for trainers. Only being able to be used once and always hitting its target, Splintered Stormshards has a base power of 190.
The highest of any Rock-type Pokémon move in existence.
The Head Smash can be used by a multitude of Pokemon, from Sudowoodoo to Cranidos to Basculin. Head Smash works because the user rams into its opponent at full speed. To make up for this, though, Head Smash has a base power of 150 and an accuracy of 80%. While it comes with a PP of five that can be maxed out at eight.