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Pokémon Gameboy - HM's & TM's

Walk-through - FAQ's - Pokemon Home- Gold & Silver Home - Home 

HM Skill Location
01 Cut
Ilex Forest
-Cut down small trees; strong physical attack.
02 Fly Cianwood City
-Fly to any visited city/location; best used with flying pokemon.
03 Surf Ecruteak City
- Surf across bodies of water; strong water attack.
04 Strength Olivine City
- Move large boulders; great physical attacks.
05 Flash Sprout Tower
- Light up dark areas; lowers enemie's accuracy.
06 Whirlpool Rocket Hideout
- Cross whirlpools on water; strong attack.
07 Waterfall Ice Path
- Climb or Fall off waterfalls; very strong water attack.
TM Skill Location
01 Dynamic Punch Cianwood City
02 Headbutt Ilex Forest / Goldenrod City
03 Curse Celadon City
04 Rollout Route 35
05 Roar Route 32
06 Toxic Fuchsia City
07 Zap Cannon Power Plant
08 Rock Smash Route 36 / Goldenrod City
09 Psych Up Trade
10 Hidden Power Lake of Rage / Celadon City
11 Sunny Day Goldenrod City / Celadon City
12 Sweet Scent Route 34
13 Snore Dark Cave / MooMoo Farm
14 Blizzard Goldenrod City
15 Hyper Beam Celadon City
16 Icy Wind Mahogany Town
17 Protect Celadon City
18 Rain Dance Slowpoke Well / Celadon City
19 Giga Drain Celadon City
20 Endure Burned Tower
21 Frustration Goldenrod City
22 Solarbeam Route 27
23 Iron Tail Olivine City
24 Dragonbreath Dragon's Den
25 Thunder Goldenrod City
26 Earthquake Victory Road
27 Return Goldenrod City
28 Dig National Park
29 Psychic Saffron City / Celadon City
30 Shadow Ball Ecruteak City
31 Mud-Slap Violet City
32 Double Team Celadon City
33 Ice Punch Goldenrod City
34 Swagger Lighthouse
35 Sleep Talk Goldenrod City
36 Sludge Bomb Route 43
37 Sandstorm Route 27 / Celadon City
38 Fire Blast Goldenrod City
39 Swift Union Cave
40 Defense Curl Mt. Mortar
41 Thunder Punch Goldenrod City
42 Dream Eater Viridian City
43 Detect Lake of Rage / Trade
44 Rest Ice Path
45 Attract Goldenrod City
46 Thief Mahogany Town
47 Steel Wing Rock Tunnel / Route 28
48 Fire Punch Goldenrod City
49 Fury Cutter Azalea Town
50 Nightmare Route 31


  • Training:
    It's better to train your pokemon so they can learn their original abilities, moves and attacks before you teach any TMs. Such as, if you had a Raichu and you wanted to teach it Flash, it would be best to have more strong attacks (such as Thunderbolt, Thunder, Agility and Mega Kick) before teaching it Flash. I suggest replacing Thunder with Flash, as Thunderbolt has a chance of a critical hit, and sometimes does more damage than Thunder. So, train your pokemon before you teach them TMs.
  • Big Battle coming up?
    Have a big battle coming up with that certain Gym Leader? This might be a good time to teach a Pokemon a TM. Such as, if you wanted to have one of your strongest Fire Pokemon to learn Fire Blast, right before you were to fight the ice gym leader, or grass gym leader, you could use the Fire Blast TM on them for that match, and others after. This is especially useful if you have very few Fire Pokemon to fight the Gym Leader.
  • Hold your Pokemon
    Not all TMs are necessary to get a Pokemon to know a certain move. Some Pokemon will learn the moves themself. Such as Chikorita will later learn abilities like Solarbeam. The Solarbeam TM, TM-22, can teach this tiny plant Pokemon the move early. However, it would be in your best interest to wait for Chikorita to level up to get the ability. Then, at that time, Chikorita will already know Solarbeam, and you can teach the move to another Grass Pokemon. Also, Chikorita should be able to evolve after learning Solarbeam on its own. Therefore, after evolving into Bayleef, a level later Bayleef will evolve into Meganium, maximizing the strength really fast. is here to provide guidance to all Pokemon trainers out there.  Whether it's the Gameboy Game, N64 or the Trading Card Game, provides all the wisdom you desire. 

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