Difference between revisions of "Anime move errors"

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This whole section is effectively nonsense. The section title alone screams "I don't belong". And if a Pokemon "loses" a move...what, anime mons are just supposed to forget it? Anime <> games
m (→‎Unusable moves: - Changing phrasing for this section. Keep an eye on Aeroblast in particular, with the Crown Tundra due in about a week.)
(This whole section is effectively nonsense. The section title alone screams "I don't belong". And if a Pokemon "loses" a move...what, anime mons are just supposed to forget it? Anime <> games)
| {{m|Quick Attack}} in the Japanese version, a move that Vulpix can learn. Vulpix was unable to learn Agility prior to [[Generation VIII]].
| [[File:Brock Vulpix Agility.png|200px]]
|}
 
==Similar examples that are not anime move errors==
===Pokémon which can know the move in a previous game===
{| class="roundy sortable" style="margin:auto; background: #{{status color light}}; border: 3px solid #{{status color}}"
|-
! class="unsortable" | Artwork
! Name
! Move
! First use
! class="unsortable" | Notes
! class="unsortable" | Picture
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:031Nidoqueen.png|96px|link=Nidoqueen (Pokémon)]]<br>[[File:034Nidoking.png|96px|link=Nidoking (Pokémon)]]
| [[Oscar and Andi|Andi]]'s {{p|Nidoqueen}} and [[Oscar and Andi|Oscar]]'s {{p|Nidoking}}
| {{m|Submission}}
| data-sort-value=2072 | ''[[AG072|The Bicker the Better]]''
| [[Oscar and Andi|Andi]]'s {{p|Nidoqueen}} and [[Oscar and Andi|Oscar]]'s {{p|Nidoking}} use {{m|Submission}}, which, though impossible to have in [[Generation III]], was available to teach to Nidoqueen and Nidoking by [[TM17]] in [[Generation I]].
| [[File:Oscar Nidoking Andi Nidoqueen Submission.png|200px]]
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:118Goldeen.png|96px|link=Goldeen (Pokémon)]]
| [[Juan]]'s {{p|Goldeen}}
| {{m|Water Gun}}
| data-sort-value=2136 | ''[[AG110|The Great Eight Fate!]]''
| [[Juan]]'s {{p|Goldeen}} uses {{m|Water Gun}}, which, though impossible to have in [[Generation III]], was available to teach to Goldeen by [[TM12]] in [[Generation I]].
| [[File:Juan Goldeen Water Gun.png|200px]]
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:227Skarmory.png|96px|link=Skarmory (Pokémon)]]
| {{p|Skarmory}}
| {{m|Whirlwind}}
| data-sort-value=2090.5 | ''[[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Team Go-Getters Out of the Gate!]]''
| {{p|Skarmory}} uses {{m|Whirlwind}}, which though impossible for Skarmory to have in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team]], is available as an [[Egg Move]] for Skarmory in the [[core series]] games.
| [[File:Skarmory Whirlwind.png|200px]]
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:006Charizard.png|96px|link=Charizard (Pokémon)]]
| [[Ash's Charizard]]
| {{m|DragonBreath}}
| data-sort-value=2136 | ''[[AG136|The Symbol Life]]''
| [[Ash's Charizard]] uses {{m|Dragon Breath}}, which, though impossible to have in [[Generation III]], was available to teach to Charizard by [[TM24]] in [[Generation II]]. Charizard can learn the move by level up starting in [[Generation VIII]].
| [[File:Ash Charizard DragonBreath.png|200px]]
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:196Espeon.png|96px|link=Espeon (Pokémon)]]
| [[Anabel]]'s {{p|Espeon}}
| {{m|Zap Cannon}}
| data-sort-value=2170 | ''[[AG170|Second Time's the Charm]]''
| [[Anabel]]'s {{p|Espeon}} uses {{m|Zap Cannon}}, which, though impossible to have in [[Generation III]], was available to teach to Espeon by [[TM07]] in [[Generation II]].
| [[File:Anabel Espeon Zap Cannon.png|200px]]
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:134Vaporeon.png|96px|link=Vaporeon (Pokémon)]]
| [[Virgil]]'s {{p|Vaporeon}}
| {{m|Bubble Beam}}
| data-sort-value=4102 | ''[[BW102|Team Eevee and the Pokémon Rescue Squad!]]''
| [[Virgil]]'s {{p|Vaporeon}} uses {{m|Bubble Beam}}, which, though impossible to have in [[Generation V]], was available to teach to Vaporeon by [[TM11]] in [[Generation I]].
| [[File:Virgil Vaporeon BubbleBeam.png|200px]]
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:150Mewtwo.png|96px|link=Mewtwo (Pokémon)]]
| {{OBP|Mewtwo|M16}}
| {{m|Psywave}}
| data-sort-value=4133.5 | ''[[M16|Genesect and the Legend Awakened]]''
| Mewtwo uses {{m|Psywave}}, which, though impossible to have in [[Generation V]], was available to teach to Mewtwo by [[TM46]] in [[Generation I]]. Mewtwo can learn the move by level up in [[Generation VII]].
| [[File:Mega Mewtwo Y Psywave.png|200px]]
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:447Riolu.png|96px|link=Riolu (Pokémon)]]
| [[Ash's Riolu]]
| {{m|Double Team}}
| data-sort-value=7030 | [[JN027]]
| [[Ash's Riolu]] uses {{m|Double Team}}, which, though impossible to have in [[Generation VIII]], was available to teach to Riolu by [[TM32]] up to [[Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon]].
| [[File:Ash Riolu Double Team.png|200px]]
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:083Farfetch'd.png|96px|link=Farfetch'd (Pokémon)]]
| [[Goh's Farfetch'd]]
| {{m|Double Team}}
| data-sort-value=7030 | [[JN030]]
| [[Goh's Farfetch'd]] uses {{m|Double Team}}, which, though impossible to have in [[Generation VIII]], was available to teach to Farfetch'd by [[TM32]] up to [[Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon]].
| [[File:Goh Farfetch'd Double Team.png|200px]]
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:214Heracross.png|96px|link=Heracross (Pokémon)]]
| [[List of Goh's Pokémon#Heracross|Goh's Heracross]]
| {{m|Arm Thrust}}
| data-sort-value=7030 | [[JN033]]
| Goh's Heracross uses {{m|Arm Thrust}}, which, though impossible to have in [[Generation VIII]], was available to teach to Heracross via level-up from [[Generation VI]] up to [[Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon]].
| [[File:Goh Heracross Arm Thrust.png|200px]]
|}
 
====Japanese version only====
{| class="roundy sortable" style="margin:auto; background: #{{status color light}}; border: 3px solid #{{status color}}"
|-
! class="unsortable" | Artwork
! Name
! Move
! First use
! class="unsortable" | Notes
! class="unsortable" | Picture
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:157Typhlosion.png|96px|link=Typhlosion (Pokémon)]]
| [[Mr. Moore]]'s {{p|Typhlosion}}
| {{m|Headbutt}}
| data-sort-value=2055 | ''[[AG055|Poetry Commotion!]]''
| [[Mr. Moore]]'s {{p|Typhlosion}} uses {{m|Headbutt}}, which, though impossible to have in [[Generation III]], was available to teach to Typhlosion by [[TM02]] in [[Generation II]] and via [[Move Tutor]] in {{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}.
 
In the dub, the move was referred to as {{m|Tackle}} instead, a move Typhlosion could learn in Generation III.
| [[File:Mr Moore Typhlosion Headbutt.png|200px]]
|}
 
===Unusable moves===
{| class="roundy sortable" style="margin:auto; background: #{{status color light}}; border: 3px solid #{{status color}}"
|-
! class="unsortable" | Artwork
! Name
! Move
! First use
! class="unsortable" | Notes
! class="unsortable" | Picture
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:249Lugia.png|96px|link=Lugia (Pokémon)]]
| {{p|Lugia}}
| {{m|Aeroblast}}
| data-sort-value=4133.5 | ''[[JN002|Legend? Go! Friends? Go!]]''
| Lugia uses {{m|Aeroblast}}, which, though currently unusable in [[Generation VIII]], was available to be taught to Lugia via level-up in previous generations.
| [[File:Lugia JN Aeroblast.png|200px]]
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:015Beedrill.png|96px|link=Beedrill (Pokémon)]]
| [[Goh's Beedrill]]
| {{m|Twineedle}}
| data-sort-value=4133.5 | ''[[JN014|Raid Battle in The Ruins!]]''
| Beedrill uses {{m|Twineedle}}, which, though currently unusable in [[Generation VIII]], was available to be taught to Beedrill via level-up in previous generations.
| [[File:Goh Beedrill Twineedle.png|200px]]
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:608Lampent.png|96px|link=Lampent (Pokémon)]]
| {{OBP|Leader|JN014}}'s {{p|Lampent}}
| {{m|Flame Burst}}
| data-sort-value=4133.5 | ''[[JN014|Raid Battle in The Ruins!]]''
| Lampent uses {{m|Flame Burst}}, which, though currently unusable in [[Generation VIII]], was available to be taught to Lampent via level-up in previous generations.
| [[File:Leader Lampent Flame Burst.png|200px]]
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:620Mienshao.png|96px|link=Mienshao (Pokémon)]]
| {{an|Korrina}}'s {{p|Mienshao}}
| {{m|Double Slap}}
| data-sort-value=4133.5 | [[JN025]]
| Mienshao uses {{m|Double Slap}}, which, though currently unusable in [[Generation VIII]], was available to be taught to Mienshao via level-up in previous generations.
| [[File:Korrina Mienshao Double Slap.png|200px]]
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:701Hawlucha.png|96px|link=Hawlucha (Pokémon)]]
| [[Bea]]'s {{p|Hawlucha}}
| {{m|Karate Chop}}
| data-sort-value=4133.5 | [[JN034]]
| Hawlucha uses {{m|Karate Chop}}, which, though currently unusable in [[Generation VIII]], was available to be taught to Hawlucha via level-up in previous generations.
| [[File:Bea Hawlucha Karate Chop.png|200px]]
|- style="background:#FFF"
| [[File:427Buneary.png|96px|link=Buneary (Pokémon)]]
| [[Rocket Prize Master#Buneary|Team Rocket's Buneary]]
| {{m|Dizzy Punch}}
| data-sort-value=4133.5 | [[JN035]]
| Buneary uses {{m|Dizzy Punch}}, which, though currently unusable in [[Generation VIII]], was available to be taught to Buneary via level-up in previous generations.
| [[File:Team Rocket Buneary Dizzy Punch.png|200px]]
|}