I'm looking for a website that lets you filter Pokemon by moves. So, say I'm looking for a Pokemon with the move combination False Swipe, Spore, and Leech Seed. I would enter those moves and get a list of Pokemon that can learn them as results. Is there such a tool/website or do I need to go create one?

I'm looking for one that covers all generations or at the very least the current generation.

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    The only tool I know of is Serebii's Moveset Calculator, but it only contains Pokémon up until Gen IV, so I'm not posting this as an answer.
    – Kevin Yap
    Apr 18, 2011 at 4:52
  • @Kevin: For reference, that is basically what I'm looking for though. If only we had a 5th generation one.
    – Rapida
    Apr 18, 2011 at 5:39
  • Yeah, I'm sure Serebii will update it at some point.
    – Kevin Yap
    Apr 18, 2011 at 5:49
  • I can't search it at work, @KevinY or Rapida, but might legendarypokemon.net have one for Black/White? From this question on D/P movesets, one of the answers suggests that site for a moveset searcher, it may have one.
    – Grace Note
    Apr 18, 2011 at 12:44
  • @GraceNote: It looks like they only have 3rd and 4th generation at the moment.
    – Rapida
    Apr 18, 2011 at 17:47

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Veekun has an excellent advanced search form, which includes exactly this, with data from all generations.

  • Forgot about Veekun's amazing search engine; great answer.
    – Kevin Yap
    Apr 18, 2011 at 22:50

I started working on a tool for my site a little while back when I couldn't find anything for gen 5. This question prompted me to finish a beta version here.

Still got a few things to add, like egg moves for evolved forms. For example, searching Mean Look and Hypnosis shows Zubat but not Golbat/Crobat who obviously can also learn them, nor Gallade who only learns Hypnosis in a pre-evolved state. (Veekun has the same issue, by the way.)


For the sake of finishing what I posted in my comment, Serebii just updated their moveset calculator to work with Black and White.

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