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replaced: Alolan → {{rf|Alolan}} (2), {{alo|Raichu}} → {{rf|Alolan}} {{p|Raichu}} (4)
| style="text-align:center"| {{gameabbrev7|SM}}
| {{m|Stoked Sparksurfer}}
| {{alorf|Alolan}} {{p|Raichu}}
| {{m|Thunderbolt}}
|- align="center" style="background:#fff"
| {{MSP|105A|Marowak}}
| [[Regional variant{{rf|Alolan]]}} {{TP|Kiawe|Marowak}}
| {{an|Kiawe}}
| {{m|Inferno Overdrive}}
|- align="center" style="background:#fff"
| {{MSP|053A|Persian}}
| {{alorf|Alolan}} {{p|Persian}}
| [[Nanu]]
| {{m|Black Hole Eclipse}}
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
Z-Moves first appeared in the {{chap|Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon}}. [[Olivia]] had her {{p|Lycanroc}} use {{m|Continental Crush}} while [[Nanu]] had his {{alorf|Alolan}} {{p|Persian}} use {{m|Black Hole Eclipse}} during an {{wp|exhibition game|exhibition match}} against each other. [[Hala]] stepped in to stop both Pokémon before either could successfully use their moves.
During his battle against [[Gladion]] in an [[Iki Town]] festival tournament, {{adv|Sun}} inadvertently used a Z-Move with his {{adv|Dollar}}, allowing it to defeat [[Gladion's Type: Null]] with an incomplete version of {{m|Inferno Overdrive}}. Due to not knowing how to use Z-Moves at the time, Sun received Z-Power from a nearby [[Ultra Wormhole]] instead of building it up with a pose. Later, he was taught how to properly perform Z-Moves by [[Kiawe]] in order to battle Gladion a second time. With his newly-obtained Z-Ring, Sun and Dollar successfully used Inferno Overdrive properly.
|- align="center" style="background:#fff"
| {{MSP|051A|Dugtrio}}
| {{alorf|Alolan}} {{p|Dugtrio}}
| [[Molayne]]
| {{m|Corkscrew Crash}}
|- align="center" style="background:#fff"
| {{MSP|105A|Marowak}}
| [[Regional variant{{rf|Alolan]]}}<br>{{TP|Kiawe|Marowak}}
| [[Kiawe]]
| {{m|Inferno Overdrive}}