> Wood Hammer appeared in 2 episodes used by Abomasnow and Trevenant.
Candice's Abomasnow was in the episode ''Sliding Into Seventh!'' DP127.
Trevenant was in the episode ''Ohrot of the Crawling Forest!'') XY038.
Magnitude / Earthquake
Magnitude was used by Gary's Golem in the episode ''Can't Beat the Heat!'' EP270.
>Earthquake was used by Ash's Phanpy at ''Love, Pokémon Style'' EP267 / by Flint's Golem at ''A Family That Battles Together Stays Together!'' SS001 / by a Guy's Loudred at ''Exploud and Clear!'' AG066 / by Norman's Slaking at ''Balance of Power!'' AG070 / and by Nero (Whiscash) at ''Whiscash and Ash.'' AG075.
Magnitude - The user looses a ground-shaking quake affecting everyone in battle. Its power varies.
>Earthquake - The user jumps into the air and strikes the ground, sending shock waves throughout the battlefield.
Crunch / Bite
> Crunch and Bite have been in the Anime several times. Bite as used by Arbok at ''The Ninja Poké-Showdown'' EP032.
Crunch as used by Jasmine's Steelix at ''Nerves of Steelix!'' EP224.
Check the images from the anime. Crunch and Bite.
Crunch - The user crunches up the foe with sharp fangs.
Bite - The foe is bitten with viciously sharp fangs.
Giga Drain / Mega Drain
> Giga Drain as used by Paul's Torterra at ''Top-Down Training!'' DP040 and Mega Drain as used by Nando's Budew at ''Dawn of a New Era!'' DP004.
Mega Drain - The opponent is hit with a blast of energy that absorbs its HP and gives it to the user. (The bud on Budew's head glows white, and it shoots a dark green beam from its bud at the opponent. The green beam grabs the opponent, traps it inside and sucks its energy. As it does, the opponent becomes outlined in red and the beam turns red. The beam releases the opponent and goes back to Budew. Budew glows white when the beam goes back to it, and all of its injuries disappear.)
>Giga Drain - A nutrient-draining attack. The user's HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target. (The three mountains on Torterra's shell glow green, and matching energy beams extend from their tips. The beams wrap around the opponent's body, drain its energy, and then recede back into Torterra's shell when the attack is complete.)
Baby Doll Eyes
> Didn't appear in the anime. Baby Doll Eyes.
> This move has appeared in anime several times, at ''A Real Cleffa-Hanger!'' AG134 , May's Munchlax used Metronome and Clefairy, Clefable, and Cleffa.
(Clefairy, Clefable, and Cleffa call for backup, and Team Rocket is on the receiving end of a super-powerful Metronome—Solarbeam combo, with Munchlax on the assist).
Metronome - The Pokémon waves its arms back and forth until they glow. The Pokémon then performs a random move.
> This move didn't appeared in the Anime, only at the ''In the Pokémon Adventures manga'' and ''In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga''.
> This move has already appeared in the anime several of times. At ''Chim - Charred!'' DP081 , Paul's Ursaring used Secret Power. (Ursaring grabs the opponent and its body becomes surrounded in a pink aura. The opponent then glows pinkish-white, hurting it).
>Secret Power - The user glows pink and attacks. It has an added effect that varies with environment.
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