Game move errors
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User:Vuvuzela2010/Template:Move Mainspace In the games, there will, on rare occasions, come up a Pokémon that knows a move it cannot legally learn in any game. It is unknown whether these are actual mistakes or not.
List of in-game Pokémon with moves they can't learn in the games
|Lance's Dragonite||Barrier||Pokémon Red and Blue||Lance's Dragonite knows Barrier in the Generation I games, although Dragonite cannot legitimately learn this move by any means.||200px|
|Lance's Aerodactyl||Rock Slide||Pokémon Gold and Silver||Lance's Aerodactyl knows Rock Slide in the Generation II games, although Aerodactyl could not legitimately learn this move until Generation III.||200px|
|Psychic Mason||Mirror Coat and Haze||Pokémon Stadium 2||This is the eighth trainer in Poké Cup Ultra Ball R-2. While Blastoise can learn these moves by breeding, it cannot learn both simultaneously, as there is no Pokémon in the same egg group as Blastoise that can learn both of these moves.|
|Lt. Surge's Raichu||Surf and Reversal||Pokémon Stadium 2||Lt. Surge has this Raichu when fighting him in R-2. While Raichu can learn both of these moves individually, there is no way for it to legally know both moves simultaneously. Surf can only be obtained as a special move as a Pikachu in Pokémon Stadium, while Reversal can only be obtained by breeding.|
|Winona's Dragonair||Earthquake||Pokémon Emerald||Winona's Dragonair knows Earthquake in the Generation III games, a move that it can only legitimately learn in the Dragonite stage.|
|Cooltrainer Dianne's Lanturn||Earthquake||Pokémon Emerald||Cooltrainer Dianne's Lanturn knows Earthquake in the Generation III games, although Lanturn cannot legitimately learn this move by any means.|
|Virtual Bonsly||Rock Slide||Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness||The Bonsly usable in the Battle Bingo knows Rock Slide, though Bonsly could not legitimately learn any moves in Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness, and as such, could not legitimately learn Rock Slide until Generation IV. This was likely done so that players could use Bonsly in battle.|
|Aipom||Rock Throw||Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs||Aipom's Poké-Assist in Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs is Rock-type and involves throwing rocks, though Aipom cannot legitimately learn Rock Throw by any means.|
|Bronzor||Teleport||Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs||Bronzor are capable of teleporting in Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs, although Bronzor cannot legitimately learn Teleport by any means.|
|Ambipom||Rock Throw||Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs||Ambipom's Poké-Assist in Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs is Rock-type and involves throwing rocks, though Ambipom cannot legitimately learn Rock Throw by any means.|