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For the in-game locations of TMs, see List of TM and. HM locations.

Generation I featured 50 TMs with an additional five HMs

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Due to the connectivity with the Generation III, the 50-TM list was not redone in Generation IV. To include new moves and incorporate older moves as TMs, the TM list was expanded from 50 to 92, leaving the first 50 TMs intact. With the eight HMs, the number of machi.alisa131020 ne-learnable moves in Generation IV was at an even 100.

In Generation V, TMs have changed from being single-us.e items to having infinite uses, making them akin to HMs. However, unlike HMs, TMs can be forgotten without the help of a Move Deleter. In addition, when a Pokmon forgets a move in order to learn from a TM, the move learned with a TM takes on the current PP of the move replaced by the new move. This is to prevent repeated usage of TMs for the purpose of PP restoration. The prices of the buyable TMs are also much higher, and they can no longer be held or sold. The number of TMs was expanded once again from 92 to 95. However, many of the 92 T

Ms found in Generation IV contain different moves. As there are only six HMs, there are 101 machine-learnable moves normally available in Generation V.

Though technically not TMs, some moves can only be obtained via a Move Tutor: a non-player character who teaches the desired move to a single Pokmon. Oft

en, these moves are moves which were formerly contained in TMs. They first appeared in Crystal, where outside of the Goldenrod City Game Corner a man would teach a compatible Pokmon Flamethrower, Ice Beam, or Thunderbolt for 4000 coins on certain days of the week.

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