Pokemon Sword and Shield: All TM Locations

Pokemon Sword and Shield: All TM Locations

Here's our guide covering all the TM locations for moves in Pokemon Sword and Shield.

Collecting TMs, or technical machines, in Pokemon Sword and Shield is an excellent way to expand your options and create unique builds for your Pokemon team. We've got all TM locations below so you can teach nearly any move you want to your Pokemon.

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All TM Locations in Pokemon Sword and Shield

We've rounded up a list of all the TM locations in Pokemon Sword and Shield that we've found the location of in the list below. Below that we've also laid out the stats and type of each TM and TR attack, for you to study and implement in your party as you see fit.

  • TM00 Mega Punch - Purchased for 10,000 Pokedollars in the Hammerlocke Poke Mart.
  • TM01 Mega Kick - Purchased for 40,000 Pokedollars in the Hammerlocke Poke Mart.
  • TM06 Fly - Obtained from the man in the house closest to the Stow-on-Side stadium, on the left of the path.
  • TM07 Pin Missile - Found immediately behind Poke Kid Rhys, in the field south of Turrfield.
  • TM10 Magical Leaf - Beat Gym Leader Milo in Turffield stadium.
  • TM14 Thunder Wave - Complete the Rotom Rally race that goes from the Pokemon Nursery in Bridge Field wild area, to East Lake Axewell.
  • TM15 Dig - Found on Route 6, near the backpacker with a tent.
  • TM21 Rest - Found round the back of the Poke Mart in Ballonea.
  • TM24 Snore - Found in the middle of the Glimwood Tangle area, just south of an older trainer.
  • TM26 Scary Face - Go to the right of the first female Worker opponent you meet in Galar Mine No. 2, and find the TM on the ground at the end of the path.
  • TM29 Charm - Go through the door to the Hammerlocke vault on the way to Route 6, and when you're on the outside balcony, you can find the TM to the right of the stairs leading up to the wooden door.
  • TM30 Steel Wing - Found on the ground on Route 6, near the backpacker who's obsessed with curry.
  • TM31 Attract - Found on the southern edge of Route 5, near two Wobbuffets.
  • TM36 Whirlpool - Earned from beating Gym Leader Nessa.
  • TM38 Will-O-Wisp - Earned from beating Gym Leader Kabu.
  • TM40 Swift - Obtained from Hop at the first train station.
  • TM42 Revenge - Obtained from an old woman in a house in Ballonea.
  • TM43 Brick Break - Found on Route 8, near the patrolling Crustle.
  • TM45 Dive - Obtained from the couple in the southwestern corner of the cold beach area on Route 9.
  • TM46 Weather Ball - Purchased for 30,000 Pokedollars in the Hammerlocke Poke Mart.
  • TM49 Sand Tomb - Found directly down the path to the right of the rail worker trainer you find in Galar Mine No. 2.
  • TM54 Rock Blast - In Galar Mine No. 2, head past Worker Keith, taking a path southbound, until you come out of the mine onto a ledge with the TM.
  • TM56 U-Turn - Found near the north end of the Glimwood Tangle area.
  • TM57 Payback - Behind Professor Magnolia's house, next to a tree.
  • TM66 Thunder Fang - Purchased for 30,000 Pokedollars in the Hammerlocke Poke Mart.
  • TM67 Ice Fang - Purchased for 30,000 Pokedollars in the Hammerlocke Poke Mart.
  • TM68 Fire Fang - Purchased for 30,000 Pokedollars in the Hammerlocke Poke Mart.
  • TM74 Venoshock - South of the Stow-on-Side stadium, climb up a ladder round the back of the houses on the left, and find the TM on the roof.
  • TM77 Hex - Earned from beating Gym Leader Allister.
  • TM79 Retaliate - Obtained from meeting Rose in the restaurant after beating Nessa.
  • TM81 Bulldoze - Found in the very southeastern corner of the Giant's Seat wild area.
  • TM88 Grassy Terrain - Purchased for 20,000 Pokedollars in the Hammerlocke Poke Mart.
  • TM89 Misty Terrain - Purchased for 20,000 Pokedollars in the Hammerlocke Poke Mart.
  • TM90 Electric Terrain - Purchased for 20,000 Pokedollars in the Hammerlocke Poke Mart.
  • TM91 Psychic Terrain - Purchased for 20,000 Pokedollars in the Hammerlocke Poke Mart.
  • TM97 Brutal Swing - Found to the right of the entrance to the Turffield stadium.
  • TR00 Swords Dance - Purchased for 2,000 Watts from the trainer near the pokemon nursery in east Bridge Field wild area.
  • TR09 Thunder - Purchased for 8,000 Watts from the trader in East Lake Axewell.
  • TR13 Focus Energy - On the main street of Motostoke, speak to the man in front of the last shop on the left.
  • TR14 Metronome - Purchased for 1,000 Watts from a trainer in the Giant's Cap wild area.
  • TR16 Waterfall - Obtained from a Dynamax battle in Rolling Fields.
  • TR20 Substitute - Purchased for 3,000 Watts from the trader in Dappled Grove.
  • TR23 Spikes - Purchased for 2,000 Watts from the trader in Giant's Seat.
  • TR27 Sleep Talk - Purchased for 2,000 Watts from the trader in Giant's Seat.
  • TR29 Baton Pass - Purchased for 2,000 Watts from the trainer near the Pokemon Nursery in east Bridge Field wild area.
  • TR33 Shadow Ball - Purchased for 3,000 Watts from the trainer near the Pokemon Nursery in east Bridge Field wild area.
  • TR37 Taunt - Purchased for 2,000 Watts from the trader in East Lake Axewell.
  • TR42 Dragon Claw - Obtained from a Dynamax battle in Rolling Fields.
  • TR43 Overheat - Purchased for 3,000 Watts from a trainer in the Giant's Cap wild area.
  • TR44 Cosmic Power - Purchased for 2,000 Watts from the trader in Dappled Grove.
  • TR51 Dragon Dance - Purchased for 2,000 Watts from the trader in Giant's Seat.
  • TR55 Flare Blitz - Purchased for 8,000 Watts from the trader in East Lake Axewell.
  • TR57 Poison Jab - Purchased for 8,000 Watts from the trainer near the Pokemon Nursery in east Bridge Field wild area.
  • TR60 X-Scissor - Obtained from a Dynamax battle in Rolling Fields.
  • TR62 Dragon Pulse - Purchased for 3,000 Watts from the trader in Dappled Grove.
  • TR69 Zen Headbutt - Purchased for 3,000 Watts from the trader in Giant's Seat.
  • TR71 Leaf Storm - Purchased for 8,000 Watts from a trainer in the Giant's Cap wild area.
  • TR75 Stone Edge - Purchased for 8,000 Watts from the trainer near the Pokemon Nursery in east Bridge Field wild area.
  • TR80 Electro Ball - Purchased for 3,000 Watts from the trader in East Lake Axewell.
  • TM85 Snarl - Earned from beating Gym Leader Piers.
  • TR87 Drill Run - Purchased for 3,000 Watts from the trader in Dappled Grove.
  • TR88 Draining Kiss - Earned from beating Gym Leader Opal.
  • TR89 Hurricane - Purchased for 8,000 Watts from a trainer in the Giant's Cap wild area.
  • TR92 Dazzling Gleam - Obtained from a Dynamax battle in Rolling Fields.
  • TM93 Eerie Impulse - Right in front of Rose Tower, to the immediate right of the large sign.
  • TR94 High Horsepower - Purchased for 5,000 Watts from the trader in Giant's Seat.
  • TM96 Smart Strike - Found on Route 8, round the back of the red trainer tips notice board.
  • TM99 Breaking Swipe - Earned from beating Gym Leader Raihan.
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TM Moves List

Here we've listed out the various moves and attacks you can get from TMs in alphabetical order for your consideration.

TM MoveElement TypePowerAccuracy
AttractNormalN/A100
Brick BreakFighting75100
Brutal SwingDark60100
CharmFairyN/A100
Cosmic PowerPsychicN/AN/A
Dazzling GleamFairy80100
DigGround80100
Dragon ClawDragon80100
Dragon DanceDragonN/AN/A
Dragon PulseDragon8590
Draining KissFairy50100
Drill RunGround8095
Electric TerrainElectricN/AN/A
Electro BallElectricN/A100
Fire FangFire6595
Flare BlitzFire120100
FlyFlying9095
Focus EnergyNormalN/AN/A
Grassy TerrainGrassN/AN/A
HexGhost65100
High HorsepowerGround9595
Ice FangIce6595
Magical LeafGrass60N/A
Mega KickNormal12075
Mega PunchNormal8085
Misty TerrainFairyN/AN/A
PaybackDark50100
Pin MissileBug2595
Poison JabPoison80100
Psychic TerrainPsychicN/AN/A
RestPsychicN/AN/A
RetaliateNormal70100
RevengeFighting60100
Rock BlastRock2590
Sand TombGround3585
Scary FaceNormalN/A100
Sleep TalkNormalN/AN/A
Smart StrikeSteel70N/A
SnoreNormal50100
SpikesGroundN/AN/A
Steel WingSteel7090
SubstituteNormalN/AN/A
SwiftNormal60N/A
TauntDarkN/A100
ThunderElectric11070
Thunder FangElectric6595
Thunder WaveElectricN/A90
Tri-AttackNormal80100
U-TurnBug70100
VenoshockPoison65100
WaterfallWater80100
Weather BallNormal50100
WhirlpoolWater3585
Will-O-WispFireN/A85
X-ScissorBug80100
Zen HeadbuttPsychic8090

What's the Difference Between TM and TR Moves?

If you're unfamiliar with both TM and TR moves in Pokemon games, then allow us to explain. TM moves are a staple of Pokemon games, and they allow you to teach one particular combat move to any applicable Pokemon. For example, only Fire-type Pokemon can learn Fire-type moves from TMs.

TR items work exactly the same as TM moves, but you can only use them once. Whereas for example you can use TM40 to teach Swift to as many Pokemon as you want, you can only use TR92 once to teach Dazzling Gleam to a Pokemon. If you want to teach Dazzling Gleam to multiple Pokemon, you'll need to find multiple TR92 items.

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