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  1. Parissong

    Moves that Pokemon should/should not be able to learn

    Perhaps it is so ferocious and its Dragon Dance is so powerful it can summon Thunder from the sky. At least, that is how I explained it to myself whenever I end up thinking about it. Perhaps because Eel Pokémon are not as powerful as Gyarados is with its tail? I am only saying this based off...
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    Moves that Pokemon should/should not be able to learn

    There are some Pokémon that learn Explosion that kind of bothers me. This list includes: Lickilicky: Uh, why is tonguezilla able to go kablooey? I don't like the prospect of this at all! Garbodor: I don't want trash on the walls. Vanilluxe: How... It seems oddly cruel for something as fragile...
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    Moves that Pokemon should/should not be able to learn

    Game Freak explain
  4. Parissong

    Moves that Pokemon should/should not be able to learn

    My Rhydon in Pokémon Go can learn Surf. I still don't know how.
  5. Parissong

    Moves that Pokemon should/should not be able to learn

    The user tackles the foe while exhibiting overwhelming menace. It may also make the target flinch. How is this not characteristic of Gyarados?! Totally fits the bill.
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