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So, this move is learned only by 18 Pokémon and it's kind of obvious that it's intended to be learned mainly by certain kind of non-Dark-type Pokémon. 12 (two thirds) of the Pokémon that learn the move have inarguably a Japanese name that contains a ''royal'' title; and if we exclude Mew (who can every TM move), the percentage becomes even higher. In my opinion it's something that can't be just ignored. Of course we can leave the "other higher status" part out, because for example Aggron ('''''Boss'''godora'') and Serperior (''Ja'''lord'''a'') cannot learn Quash.--'''[[User:Dennou Zenshi|<font color="#AB0909">電</font><font color="#063A73">禅</font>]]<small>[[User talk:Dennou Zenshi|<font color="#fff" face="Tahoma"><span style="text-shadow:#000 0.2em 0.1em 0.1em; class=texhtml">Den Zen</span></font>]]</small>''' 10:10, 1 August 2012 (UTC)
 
So, this move is learned only by 18 Pokémon and it's kind of obvious that it's intended to be learned mainly by certain kind of non-Dark-type Pokémon. 12 (two thirds) of the Pokémon that learn the move have inarguably a Japanese name that contains a ''royal'' title; and if we exclude Mew (who can every TM move), the percentage becomes even higher. In my opinion it's something that can't be just ignored. Of course we can leave the "other higher status" part out, because for example Aggron ('''''Boss'''godora'') and Serperior (''Ja'''lord'''a'') cannot learn Quash.--'''[[User:Dennou Zenshi|<font color="#AB0909">電</font><font color="#063A73">禅</font>]]<small>[[User talk:Dennou Zenshi|<font color="#fff" face="Tahoma"><span style="text-shadow:#000 0.2em 0.1em 0.1em; class=texhtml">Den Zen</span></font>]]</small>''' 10:10, 1 August 2012 (UTC)
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:I completely agree with Den Zen here. It's definitely worth noting for the reasons stated. <font face="Verdana">[[User:Blue Ninjakoopa|<span style="color:blue">BNK</span>]]</font><sup>[[User talk:Blue Ninjakoopa|Talk]]</sup> 10:26, 1 August 2012 (UTC)

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Is it notable that no Gen V pokemon learn it, despite it being introduced in the fifth generation?--RegiRuler 15:32, 27 February 2011 (UTC)

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So, this move is learned only by 18 Pokémon and it's kind of obvious that it's intended to be learned mainly by certain kind of non-Dark-type Pokémon. 12 (two thirds) of the Pokémon that learn the move have inarguably a Japanese name that contains a royal title; and if we exclude Mew (who can every TM move), the percentage becomes even higher. In my opinion it's something that can't be just ignored. Of course we can leave the "other higher status" part out, because for example Aggron (Bossgodora) and Serperior (Jalorda) cannot learn Quash.--Den Zen 10:10, 1 August 2012 (UTC)

I completely agree with Den Zen here. It's definitely worth noting for the reasons stated. BNKTalk 10:26, 1 August 2012 (UTC)