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Talk:Power Whip (move)

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In Platinum, a veteran in the Victory Road use a lv.47 Lickilicky that knows that move (his other Pokémon is a Staraptor), but this is impossible, because Lickilicky learns it at lv.49 (and Lickutung roo) ---Samu- 15:40, 18 April 2009 (UTC)

Weird stuff like that happens all the time. I've met wild Kadabra with Kinesis (you need a move relearner to do that yourself) and Jupiter has a level 20/23 Skuntank (Stunky evolves at level 34).—Loveはドコ? (talk contribs) 18:25, 18 April 2009 (UTC)
Legitimately you can have a Lickilicky with Power Whip at level 47, though. All you have to do is breed two Pokémon that have Power Whip, the mother being a Lickitung or Lickilicky, and the resulting baby will have the move, provided it can learn the move by level-up (it can). It is due to this that all Pokémon that evolve knowing a move can be obtained at level 1 (except Piloswine). TTEchidna 22:09, 18 April 2009 (UTC)

Tentical/vine argument

there's no real difference between a tentacle and a vine when it comes to Pokémon when a Tentacool wants to poke something it uses it's tentacle when a Bulbasaur wants to poke something it uses it's vine. a vine is a part of a plant and a tentacle is a part of an animal but where's the difference in a world where some of the creatures are mostly plant? which is why I've removed the trivia on it. —Mada-sama (Talk to me!)— 23:47, 7 February 2011 (UTC)