In Pokémon, there are lots of different moves used by different Pokémon. However, there are certain moves we don't normally see being used, heard about, or used in a meaningful manner. On the other hand, there are moves that are famous or used often. In this type of discussion, we shall discuss the ins-and-outs of the move of the topic, and there will be some base questions that would help you start this off. Every week, a different move will be the centre of discussion.
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Vespiquen was introduced in Generation 4, and this move was introduced along with the Pokémon. Along with the other two moves that only Vespiquen could learn, these moves are suitable for Vespiquen's matriarchal role, this made it stand out from the other Bug-types. This move is one of the better Physical Bug-type attacks, sporting good power and a high critical-hit ratio, so it's a good idea to use this move if using Vespiquen.Originally Posted by In-game Description (BW)
Here are the usual possible questions about this move:
- How does certain Pokémon (who knows it) use this move?
- What kind of purpose would this move have for them (in the Pokémon World)?
- How could this move be used to aid a profession in the Pokémon World?
- Realistically, would there be any advantage or disadvantage associated with using this move? If yes, what kind of advantage/disadvantage would the user have when they use it?
- Could this move realistically be used by any Pokémon who doesn't learn it normally? If yes, please explain your choices.
- How would this move be used in battling, realistically or video game-wise?
Other questions (You could ask other critical questions beyond the listed):
- When this move is used, bees will show up and attack the target. Where do the bees come from if this move is used?
- Should other royalty-based Pokémon or leader-based ones learn this move?
Here is the current user of this move:
Thanks for reading, and happy discussing!
~ The Pokémon World Forum Staff