Pokemon Sword and Shield: All TM Locations

Pokemon TM locations

The Galar era of Pokemon has arrived and fans of the long-running franchise are busy working through the new games and trying to complete their Pokedex and become the very best there ever was. Gamers who want to master the game are going to need the right move sets and Pokemon Sword and Shield have a ton of TMs scattered throughout the region to help on that front.

TMs are items in the Pokemon franchise that allow players to teach one of their Pokemon a new move. These are incredibly important for players who want to make strong battle rosters and always have the right lineup ready for each new challenger. Pokemon Sword and Shield players have a lot of ground to cover, but we've got a full list of every TM location that should help.

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Keep in mind that some players may consider this full list of Sword and Shield TMs a spoiler. Trainers who prefer to be surprised and find these naturally throughout the course of the game should stop reading here... Also note that most TMs can be used on any Pokemon in the game, but some have type specific requirements.

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TM00 Mega Punch - Hammerlocke

TM01 Mega Kick - Hammerlocke

TM02 Pay Day - Motostoke

TM03 Fire Punch - Wyndon

TM04 Ice Punch - Wyndon

TM05 Thunder Punch - Wyndon

TM06 Fly FLYING - Stow-on-Side

TM07 Pin Missile - Route 4

TM08 Hyper Beam - Wyndon

TM09 Giga Impact - Wyndon

TM10 Magical Leaf - Turrfield

TM11 Solar Beam - Turrfield

TM12 Solar Blade - Wyndon

TM13 Fire Spin - Hammerlocke

TM14 Thunder Wave - Wild Area

TM15 Dig - Route 6

TM16 Screech - Circhester

TM17 Light Screen - Motostoke

TM18 Reflect - Motostoke

TM19 Safeguard - Motostoke

TM20 Self-Destruct - Battle Tower

TM21 Rest - Ballonlea

TM22 Rock Slide - Route 9

TM23 Thief - Hammerlocke

TM24 Snore - Glimwood Tangle

TM25 Protect - Motostoke

TM26 Scary Face - Galar Mine

TM27 Icy Wind - Circhester

TM28 Giga Drain - Battle Tower

TM29 Charm - Hammerlocke

TM30 Steel Wing - Route 6

TM31 Attract - Route 5

TM32 Sandstorm - Hammerlocke

TM33 Rain Dance - Hammerlocke

TM34 Sunny Day - Hammerlocke

TM35 Hail - Hammerlocke

TM36 Whirlpool - Hulbury

TM37 Beat Up - Route 3

TM38 Will-O-Wisp - Motostoke

TM39 Facade - Motostoke Riverbank

TM40 Swift - Wedgehurst

TM41 Helping Hand - Motostoke

TM42 Revenge - Stow-on-Side

TM43 Brick Break - Route 8

TM44 Imprison - Battle Tower

TM45 Dive - Route 9

TM46 Weather Ball - Hammerlocke

TM47 Fake Tears - Circhester

TM48 Rock Tomb - Circhester

TM49 Sand Tomb - Galar Mine No. 2

TM50 Bullet Seed - Hammerlocke

TM51 Icicle Spear - Circhester

TM52 Bounce - Battle Tower

TM53 Mud Shot - Galar Mine No. 2

TM54 Rock Blast - Route 3

TM55 Brine - Hammerlocke

TM56 U-turn - Glimwood Tangle

TM57 Payback - Route 2

TM58 Assurance - Route 7

TM59 Fling - Battle Tower

TM60 Power Swap - Wyndon

TM61 Guard Swap - Wyndon

TM62 Speed Swap - Wyndon

TM63 Drain Punch - Wyndon

TM64 Avalanche - Route 9

TM65 Shadow Claw - Lake of Outrage

TM66 Thunder Fang - Hammerlocke

TM67 Ice Fang - Hammerlocke

TM68 Fire Fang - Hammerlocke

TM69 Psycho Cut - Route 2

TM70 Trick Room - Battle Tower

TM71 Wonder Room - Battle Tower

TM72 Magic Room - Battle Tower

TM73 Cross Poison - Dusty Bowl

TM74 Venoshock - Stow-on-Side

TM75 Low Sweep - Axew’s Eye

TM76 Round NORMAL - Motostoke

TM77 Hex GHOST Special 10 65 100 Ballonlea

TM78 Acrobatics -Ballonlea

TM79 Retaliate - Hulbury

TM80 Volt Switch - Wild Area

TM81 Bulldoze - Giant’s Seat

TM82 Electroweb - Hulbury

TM83 Razor Shell - Battle Tower

TM84 Tail Slap - 5 Rolling Fields

TM85 Snarl - Spikemuth

TM86 Phantom Force - Slumbering Weald

TM87 Draining Kiss - Ballonlea

TM88 Grassy Terrain - Hammerlocke

TM89 Misty Terrain - Hammerlocke

TM90 Electric Terrain - Hammerlocke

TM91 Psychic Terrain - Hammerlocke

TM92 Mystical Fire - Battle Tower

TM93 Eerie Impulse - Wyndon

TM94 False Swipe - Motostoke

TM95 Air Slash - Axew’s Eye

TM96 Smart Strike - Route 8

TM97 Brutal Swing - Turrfield

TM98 Stomping Tantrum - Route 10

TM99 Breaking Swipe - Hammerlocke

That's a serious list of TMs. Players aren't required to find or use every TM or anything like that, but they are very useful resources to pick up and expand your arsenal.

Be sure to check back in the near future for more Pokemon strategy guides, news, and update. Until then, good luck out there, trainers!

Pokemon Sword and Shield is out now exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.

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