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'''Game-exclusive moves''' are moves that are only available in one or two games in a single [[generation]]. They are often the [[signature move]]s of [[game-exclusive Pokémon]].
 
'''Game-exclusive moves''' are moves that are only available in one or two games in a single [[generation]]. They are often the [[signature move]]s of [[game-exclusive Pokémon]].
   

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Game-exclusive moves are moves that are only available in one or two games in a single generation. They are often the signature moves of game-exclusive Pokémon.

This list does not take into account the fact that the following moves could be Sketched, used via Metronome, or obtained from events. This list does not include Shadow moves, which, with the exception of Shadow Rush, are all exclusive to Pokémon XD. This also does not include moves of Pokémon who cannot be obtained in-game in any game within the generation, such as Deoxys during Generation IV and V.

List of game-exclusive moves

Generation I

Move Game Pokémon that learn the move
041 TM Bug Twineedle Beedrill
080 TM Grass Petal Dance R (Japan)
R (Int.)
Oddish, Gloom, and Vileplume
134 TM Psychic Kinesis Kadabra and Alakazam
137 TM Normal Glare R Ekans and Arbok

Generation II

Move Game Pokémon that learn the move
006 TM Normal Pay Day S Meowth and Persian
169 TM Bug Spider Web Spinarak and Ariados
177 TM Flying Aeroblast S Lugia
217 TM Normal Present S Delibird
221 TM Fire Sacred Fire Ho-Oh
245 TM Normal ExtremeSpeed Arcanine

Generation III

Move Game Pokémon that learn the move
006 TM Normal Pay Day EFRLG Meowth and Persian
144 TM Normal Transform EFRLG Ditto and Mew
251 TM Dark Beat Up LG Sneasel
306 TM Normal Crush Claw R Zangoose
326 TM Psychic Extrasensory RE Nuzleaf and Shiftry
342 TM Poison Poison Tail SE Seviper
344 TM Electric Volt Tackle E Pichu, Pikachu, and Raichu

Generation IV

Move Game Pokémon that learn the move
169 TM Bug Spider Web Spinarak and Ariados
177 TM Flying Aeroblast Lugia
217 TM Normal Present Delibird
221 TM Fire Sacred Fire Ho-Oh
449 TM Normal Judgment Arceus
459 TM Dragon Roar of Time Dialga
460 TM Dragon Spacial Rend Palkia
461 TM Psychic Lunar Dance Cresselia
462 TM Normal Crush Grip Regigigas
463 TM Fire Magma Storm Heatran
464 TM Dark Dark Void Darkrai
465 TM Grass Seed Flare Shaymin

Generation V

Move Game Pokémon that learn the move
6 TM Normal Pay Day Meowth
25 TM Normal Mega Kick Hitmonlee
27 TM Fighting Rolling Kick Hitmonlee and Hitmontop
125 TM Ground Bone Club Cubone and Marowak
134 TM Psychic Kinesis Kadabra and Alakazam
135 TM Normal Softboiled Chansey and Blissey
140 TM Normal Barrage Exeggcute and Exeggutor
142 TM Normal Lovely Kiss Jynx
155 TM Ground Bonemerang Cubone and Marowak
166 TM Normal Sketch Smeargle
167 TM Fighting Triple Kick Hitmontop
160 TM Normal Conversion Porygon, Porygon2, and Porygon-Z
176 TM Normal Conversion 2 Porygon, Porygon2, and Porygon-Z
211 TM Steel Steel Wing Skarmory
265 TM Normal SmellingSalt Makuhita and Hariyama
285 TM Psychic Skill Swap Only Solosis, Duosion, and Reuniclus in White. Available by Move Tutor in Black 2 and White 2.
295 TM Psychic Luster Purge Latios
296 TM Psychic Mist Ball Latias
448 TM Flying Chatter Chatot
461 TM Psychic Lunar Dance Cresselia
462 TM Normal Crush Grip Regigigas
550 TM Electric Bolt Strike Zekrom
551 TM Fire Blue Flare Reshiram
553 TM Ice Freeze Shock Black Kyurem
554 TM Ice Ice Burn White Kyurem
558 TM Fire Fusion Flare Reshiram
559 TM Electric Fusion Bolt Zekrom

Generation VI

Move Game Pokémon that learn the move
160 TM Normal VI Conversion Porygon, Porygon2, and Porygon-Z
176 TM Normal VI Conversion 2 Porygon, Porygon2, and Porygon-Z
177 TM Flying VI Aeroblast Lugia
221 TM Fire VI Sacred Fire Entei and Ho-Oh
295 TM Psychic VI Luster Purge Latios
296 TM Psychic VI Mist Ball Latias
354 TM Psychic VI Psycho Boost Deoxys
459 TM Dragon VI Roar of Time Dialga
460 TM Dragon VI Spacial Rend Palkia
461 TM Psychic VI Lunar Dance Cresselia
462 TM Normal VI Crush Grip Regigigas
467 TM Ghost VI Shadow Force Giratina
463 TM Fire VI Magma Storm Heatran
535 TM Fire VI Heat Crash Tepig, Pignite, and Emboar
540 TM Psychic VI Psystrike Mewtwo
543 TM Normal VI Head Charge Bouffalant
550 TM Electric VI Bolt Strike Zekrom
551 TM Fire VI Blue Flare Reshiram
553 TM Ice VI Freeze Shock Black Kyurem
554 TM Ice VI Ice Burn White Kyurem
558 TM Fire VI Fusion Flare Reshiram, White Kyurem
559 TM Electric VI Fusion Bolt Zekrom, Black Kyurem
561 TM Fighting VI Mat Block Greninja
567 TM Ghost VI Trick-or-Treat Pumpkaboo and Gourgeist
568 TM Normal VI Noble Roar Litleo and Pyroar
575 TM Dark VI Parting Shot Pancham and Pangoro
576 TM Dark VI Topsy-Turvy Inkay and Malamar
582 TM Electric VI Electrify Helioptile and Heliolisk
588 TM Steel VI King's Shield Aegislash
597 TM Fairy Aromatic Mist Aromatisse
600 TM Bug VI Powder Vivillon
601 TM Fairy Geomancy Xerneas
613 TM Flying VI Oblivion Wing Yveltal
616 TM Ground VI Land's Wrath Zygarde
618 TM Water VI Origin Pulse Kyogre
619 TM Ground VI Precipice Blades Groudon
620 TM Flying VI Dragon Ascent Rayquaza

See also


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