Difference between revisions of "Anime move errors"

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In the {{pkmn|anime}}, many Pokémon know moves they cannot learn legitimately in any of the {{pkmn|games}}. It is unknown whether these instances are actual mistakes, a writing policy of not having to stick to the games too closely, or merely the Pokémon using an attribute that shares the name of a move in the games. In ''[[EP225|Bulbasaur... the Ambassador!]]'', [[Professor Oak]] states that in times of need, Pokémon can call upon power that had never been known to them previously, such as [[Ash's Bulbasaur]] learning {{m|Dig}}.
In the [[Pokémon anime]], there will often come up a Pokémon that knows a move it cannot learn legitimately in any of the {{pkmn|games}}.
 
It is unknown whether these instances are actual mistakes, a writing policy of not having to stick to the games too closely, or merely the Pokémon using an attribute that shares the name of a move in the games. In ''[[EP225|Bulbasaur... the Ambassador!]]'', [[Professor Oak]] states that in times of need, Pokémon can call upon power that had never been known to them previously, such as [[Ash's Bulbasaur]] learning {{m|Dig}}.
 
==Pokémon with moves that they cannot learn in the games==
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