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In the manga
In ''[[DP159|Short and To the Punch!]]'', [[Clayton]] and his {{p|Mr. Mime}} helped [[Ash's Buizel]] learn {{m|Ice Punch}} by practicing on a waterfall.
 
In ''[[SM097|No Stone Unturned!]]'', the {{DL|Recurring wild Pokémon in the anime|Toucannon}} and {{DL|Recurring wild Pokémon in the anime|Trumbeak}} that used to care for [[Ash's Rowlet]] before it joined its Trainer tried teaching it {{m|Bullet Seed}}, despite {{p|Rowlet}} being incapable of using the move. With the help of family new and old, Rowlet was able to apply these lessons to learn {{m|Seed Bomb}} instead.
 
==In the manga==
 
===={{chap|Emerald}}====
{{adv|Silver}}, {{adv|Ruby}}, {{adv|Sapphire}}, and {{adv|Emerald}} were each given one of Ultima's bracelets, allowing their respective starters, {{TP|Silver|Feraligatr}}, [[Mumu]], [[Chic]], and {{TP|Emerald|Sceptile}}, to learn the ultimate moves as well. Using these skills (combined with [[Pika]], [[Chuchu]], and [[Pibu]]'s {{m|Volt Tackle}}), the [[Pokédex holder]]s were able to destroy the giant {{p|Kyogre}}-like monster summoned by [[Guile Hideout]]'s wish to {{padv|Jirachi}}.
 
Emerald visited a Move Tutor off-panel before ''[[PS320|Verily Vanquishing Vileplume II]]'', where he was shown to have taught his {{TP|Emerald|Dusclops}} {{m|Fire Punch}} with the [[Battle Point]]s he had earned in preparation for his [[Battle Dome]] challenge, where the move proved its usefulness by easily taking out {{tc|Aroma Lady}} Rose's {{p|Vileplume}}.
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