- Apr 13, 2019
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Playing Pokemon Moon with my top six favourite Pokemon, five transferred from other games and just learned that Mr. Mime can learn Infestation... Why???
Well, Infestation's Japanese is "follow about", and the names in other languages can mean "pester" or "stalk" so I guess it's just Mr. Mime being a creep.Playing Pokemon Moon with my top six favourite Pokemon, five transferred from other games and just learned that Mr. Mime can learn Infestation... Why???
I always thought they just jumped really high.The most classic example is Doduo's and Dodrio's ability to learn Fly, even though they don't have wings, nor can spin their heads like an helicopter as some may suggest. :loopy:
If you know other cases of moves a pokemon is able to learn but shouldn't be, post it here. ;-)
The opposite also applies, if you think there is a move a Pokemon could be able to use, but doesn't in games.
Almighty Arceus, Praise be upon him, can't learn Rock Smash.
I mean, in previous gens.
Arceus is above doing manual labor like that, why don't you do it yourself you lazy mortalArceus can learn Rock Smash, though I doubt it appreciates being sent from the heavens just to do a chore that could eaily be accomplished by a measly Bidoof.
I like to imagine that it blows a huge gust of wind in a single breath.Here's something that I quite can't wrap my head around. How can Hariyama learn Whirlwind??? What, does it just whip up a strong wind with those large hands? Or is it used like a sumo-based move or something? I can't figure out how or why Tubbimura's Poke-cousin can use Whirlwind.