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What is the difference between "Movepool" and "Moveset"?

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asked Aug 16, 2013 by ken22
edited Aug 16, 2013 by 5th of November

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A movepool is a list of moves a Pokemon can learn from TM/Breeding/Level/Tutors. For example this
A moveset is the 4 selected moves on your Pokemon - these are som examples of movesets

answered Aug 16, 2013 by Sempiternus
selected Sep 5, 2013 by Mewderator
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A movepool means all the attacks a Pokemon can learn,including egg moves,TMs and move tutor moves.A moveset means the four attacks a Pokemon currently knows.
Hope that helped!

answered Aug 16, 2013 by ZekromMaster
This was posted at around the time kod's was if anyone was wondering.
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A movepool is moves that a Pokemon can learn via TM,HM,level up,Move Tutors or egg moves. A moveset is 4 moves that a Pokemon has currently.

Hope I helped.

answered Aug 16, 2013 by Colonel Duck
This was perfectly answered 8 hours ago...