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Is there a move that restores my opponents PP?

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asked Feb 4, 2013 by Cleric BeserkerELG13

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PP can be restored using Elixirs and Ethers, with the plain Ether restoring 10 PP for one move, Max Ether restoring full PP for one move, plain Elixir restoring 10 PP for all of a Pokémon's moves, and Max Elixir restoring full PP for all of a Pokémon's moves. The PP of all party Pokémon's moves will be restored when they are healed at a Pokémon Center, while the PP of individual Pokémon will be restored if they are deposited into the PC.

PP can also be restored using Leppa Berries, which restores 10 PP for one move, the Berry equivalent of Ether.

A Pokémon switched in after a Pokémon has used Lunar Dance will have its PP fully restored.

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answered Feb 4, 2013 by |SentByRavens|
selected May 9, 2013 by Cleric BeserkerELG13
so ur answer is NO? there is not a move that restores an opponents PP?
Read the bold. Any pokemon switched in after the use of Lunar Dance will have it's PP restored completely. Lunar Dance can restore PP to basically any pokemon except for the user. Otherwise  you will have to use an item or have it hold a Leppa Berry or something.
ok... the reason i asked that question is because regirock keaps on killing himself!(struggle)
You could try using a PP up or a PP max, which would raise the maximum PP of his moves.
nononoo! i am trying to catch it!!! with a timer ball! and it cant wait that long so SUICIDE
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PP can be restored using Elixirs and Ethers, with the plain Ether restoring 10 PP for one move, Max Ether restoring full PP for one move, plain Elixir restoring 10 PP for all of a Pokémon's moves, and Max Elixir restoring full PP for all of a Pokémon's moves. The PP of all party Pokémon's moves will be restored when they are healed at a Pokémon Center, while the PP of individual Pokémon will be restored if they are deposited into the PC.
PP can also be restored using Leppa Berries, which restores 10 PP for one move, the Berry equivalent of Ether.
A Pokémon switched in after a Pokémon has used Lunar Dance will have its PP fully restored.

So apart from when a Pokemon receives the effects of Lunar Dance (usually performed by Cresselia), there are no self-inducing methods of restoring PP in the form of a move. Lunar Dance causes the user to faint though, but the Pokemon taking its place will be cured of any status ailments, and HP and PP will be restored.

If you want, you could get your Pokemon to hold a Leppa Berry and that will automatically be consumed when there is a move with no PP and restore 10 PP to that move.

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answered Feb 4, 2013 by fondant