Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl are both the new games of the famous Pokemon franchise. These are remakes of classic Pokemon games and there are lots of Pokemon you may want to catch. Some Pokemon have good stats but the most important thing that determines their power is Moves. These are abilities and attacks that your Pokemon will be able to use. There is a bug that allows you to teach any Move to any Pokemon in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl. This guide will tell you how to abuse it.

Teaching Any Move to Any Pokemon in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl

There is a bug that you can abuse to teach any Move to any Pokemon in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl. This glitch gives you an advantage as you can create real monsters with powerful combinations of different Moves. However, the developers may fix this bug soon. So, you should hurry if you want to abuse it and teach your Pokemon some interesting moves.

In order to teach any Move to any Pokemon in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, you will need to abuse a bug with the menu. This glitch opens your menu and makes you able to move while it is opened. In order to abuse this bug, you will need to put two Pokemon in your party. The first one should be the one you want to learn a Move from. Then you will need to find the Move relearner in Pastoria City. Make sure that the Pokemon you want to learn from doesn’t know the Move you want to learn.

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When you enter the relearner’s house with the menu bug you need to come to the right side of the NPC. Then you should open the tab with Pokemon in your party and turn left to talk with the relearner.

With the menu bug, you will be able to choose the first Pokemon in the relearner’s menu and move the Pokemon in the Paty menu. So, you will need to choose the first Pokemon and replace it with the second one in the Party menu while the first Pokemon is trying to learn Moves. By doing this you will leave the relearner’s menu opened and the Pokemon on the first place of your party will be able to learn these Moves. Of course, if you replaced them the second Pokemon will be able to learn Moves of the first Pokemon.

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