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Gen V move sets
- It was also spelled as "Faint Attack" Gen V and earlier. glikglak 19:43, 6 March 2014 (UTC)
- You don't seem to understand what's the problem. If the big text in the learnset table reads "Generation VI" (such as here), "Feint" is correct because that's how it's spelled in Gen VI. If the text reads "Generation V" (such as here), we haven't still updated the learnset to Generation VI, so the moves there should be spelled like they are spelled in Generation V. And the length of consecutive blocks may increase, decrease or stay the same; it depends on the offense.--電禅Den Zen 19:55, 6 March 2014 (UTC)
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