All TM Locations in Pokémon Sword & Shield (Guide & Walkthrough)

November 19, 2019 posted by


A new Pokémon game has arrived and that means
there’s a new set of TMs to find. And we’re here to help you search every
nook and cranny of the Galar Region in order to find them all. Let’s not waste any time and dive right
in. TM00 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the eastern
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM01 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the eastern
Pokémon Center for 40,000 PokéDollars. TM02 is found in Motostoke. West of the Budew Drop Inn and toward the
foreground is a path you can take that leads to the lower side of the city. In this small section, you’ll find the TM. TM03 can be bought in Wyndon at the Pokémon
Center outside of the Stadium for 50,000 PokéDollars. TM04 can be bought in Wyndon at the Pokémon
Center outside of the Stadium for 50,000 PokéDollars. TM05 can be bought in Wyndon at the Pokémon
Center outside of the Stadium for 50,000 PokéDollars. TM06 is found in Stow-on-Side. Go inside the building to the left of the
stairs leading to the Stadium. Talk to the person inside and he will give
you the TM. TM07 is located on Route 4. Head toward the northeast patch of grass and
go to the east side until you see the Pikachu Poké Kid. Behind him is the TM. TM08 can be bought in Wyndon at the Pokémon
Center outside of the Stadium for 50,000 PokéDollars. TM09 can be bought in Wyndon at the Pokémon
Center outside of the Stadium for 50,000 PokéDollars. TM10 is received for defeating the Grass Gym
in Turffield. TM11 requires the bike upgrade that allows
you to cross over water. Return to Turffield and head east out of the
town until you reach a small bridge. Continue along the path past it to find a
bank where you can enter the water. Follow it north until you reach a small piece
of land containing the TM. TM12 can be bought in Wyndon at the Pokémon
Center outside of the Stadium for 50,000 PokéDollars. TM13 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the western
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM14 is received for completing your first
Rotom Rally in the Wild Area. TM15 is found on Route 6. Go up the western ladder that leads to a campsite
as well as the Fossil Restoration machine. The TM is to the right of the camp. TM16 is located in Circhester. Head inside the eastern branch of Hotel Ionia
and take the elevator up. Go right and enter the first room. Talk to the hiker to receive the TM. TM17 can be bought in Motostoke at the western
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM18 can be bought in Motostoke at the western
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM19 can be bought in Motostoke at the western
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM20 can be bought at the Battle Tower in
Wyndon for 100,000 PokéDollars. The seller is the League Official on the right
side. TM21 is located in Ballonlea. Follow the path right of the road leading
to the Stadium to find the TM near some tall mushrooms. TM22 is found on Route 9. Use the float function of your bike to follow
the southwestern edge. Eventually, you’ll find a path tucked between
rocks with a small sandy beach at the end where the TM awaits. TM23 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the western
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM24 is found in the Glimwood Tangle. Before the double battle trainers, follow
the left path all the way to the end to find the TM. TM25 can be bought in Motostoke at the western
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM26 is found in the Galar Mine. Follow the path until the tracks curve right
and there’s a trainer on the left. Beyond her is the TM at the end of the path. TM27 is found differently depending on the
version you’re playing. In Shield, it’s received from defeating
the Circhester Gym. In Sword, it’s found in the home to the
north of the Pokémon Center. Talk to the man inside to receive the TM. TM28 can be bought at the Battle Tower in
Wyndon for 100,000 PokéDollars. The seller is the League Official on the right
side. TM29 is located in Hammerlocke. Once you’re allowed to enter the Vault,
check the right side of the outer wall to find the TM. TM30 is found on Route 6. Follow the path toward the Diglett statues
until you spot a ladder leading down on the right. Continue to the southeast until you find the
TM. TM31 is found on Route 5 south of the Daycare. Go to the southeast corner of the pond area
with a campsite to find it. TM32 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the western
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM33 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the western
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM34 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the western
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM35 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the western
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM36 is received for defeating the Water Gym
in Hulbury. TM37 is found on Route 3. At the grassy fork in the road, go south past
the berry tree to obtain the TM. TM38 is received for defeating the Fire Gym
in Motostoke. TM39 is found in the Motostoke Riverbank portion
of the Wild Area, before the first bridge. Stick close to the Motostoke side and you’ll
find it tucked near a set of pipes. TM40 is received from Hop in Wedgehurst when
the two of you are leaving town for the first time. TM41 can be bought in Motostoke at the western
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM42 is found differently depending on the
version you’re playing. In Sword, it’s received from defeating the
Stow-on-Side Gym. In Shield, it’s found in Ballonlea. Head inside the house just before the path
to the Stadium and talk to the old woman inside to receive the TM. TM43 is found on Route 8 just before the tunnel. Head to the left behind the ruined brick to
obtain it. TM44 can be bought at the Battle Tower in
Wyndon for 100,000 PokéDollars. The seller is the League Official on the right
side. TM45 is found on Route 9. Head to the southwest corner to find a beach
with two swimmers next to umbrellas. Talk to the woman to receive the TM. TM46 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the eastern
Pokémon Center for 30,000 PokéDollars. TM47 is located in Circhester. Head inside the eastern branch of Hotel Ionia
and take the elevator up. Go right and enter the room at the end of
the hall filled with Pikachu. Talk to the man next to the plant to receive
the TM. TM48 is found differently depending on the
version you’re playing. In Sword, it’s received from defeating the
Circhester Gym. In Shield, it’s found in the home to the
north of the Pokémon Center. Talk to the man inside to receive the TM. TM49 is found in Galar Mine No. 2. You’ll see a male trainer at a T-intersection. Go to the right to find TM at the dead end. TM50 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the western
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM51 is located in Circhester. Head to the Bath in the center of town to
find it between the right set of pillars. TM52 can be bought at the Battle Tower in
Wyndon for 100,000 PokéDollars. The seller is the League Official on the right
side. TM53 is found in Galar Mine No. 2. Look for the path with a pond blocking the
way forward. Use the water bike to cross the ponds and
find the TM at the end. TM54 is found in the Galar Mine. After entering the mine, take the first path
that veers to the left and follow it until discovering the opening leading back outside. On the ledge is the TM. TM55 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the western
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM56 is found in the Glimwood Tangle. Go left past the older lady to follow a somewhat
hidden path. Continue along it to the top route to obtain
the TM. TM57 is found behind Professor Magnolia’s
house. Look for a path on the right to get behind
it. TM58 is located on Route 7. Head to the east toward the bridge. It’s tucked in a corner just before this
bridge and near the campsite. TM59 can be bought at the Battle Tower in
Wyndon for 100,000 PokéDollars. The seller is the League Official on the right
side. TM60 can be bought in Wyndon at the Pokémon
Center outside of the Stadium for 30,000 PokéDollars. TM61 can be bought in Wyndon at the Pokémon
Center outside of the Stadium for 30,000 PokéDollars. TM62 can be bought in Wyndon at the Pokémon
Center outside of the Stadium for 30,000 PokéDollars. TM63 can be bought in Wyndon at the Pokémon
Center outside of the Stadium for 30,000 PokéDollars. TM64 is located on Route 9. After crossing the bridge south of Circhester,
use your bike’s water function at the nearby bank and travel west. At the southern end, there’s another bank
where the TM awaits at the end. TM65 is found in the Lake of Outrage section
of the Wild Area. Go onto the water and head immediately to
the right to find a small piece of land with the TM tucked in the corner behind the tree. TM66 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the eastern
Pokémon Center for 30,000 PokéDollars. TM67 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the eastern
Pokémon Center for 30,000 PokéDollars. TM68 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the eastern
Pokémon Center for 30,000 PokéDollars. TM69 is found on the lake near Professor Magnolia’s
house. Use the bike to cross the lake to the northwest
side and follow the path until you reach the TM at the end. TM70 can be bought at the Battle Tower in
Wyndon for 50,000 PokéDollars. The seller is the League Official on the right
side. TM71 can be bought at the Battle Tower in
Wyndon for 50,000 PokéDollars. The seller is the League Official on the right
side. TM72 can be bought at the Battle Tower in
Wyndon for 50,000 PokéDollars. The seller is the League Official on the right
side. TM73 is found in the Dusty Bowl section of
the Wild Area. Cross the water at the northwest corner to
reach the land at the other side where the TM awaits. TM74 is found in Stow-on-Side. Go to the west side of town to find a ladder
leading to the roofs. Follow the path around to reach the TM. TM75 is found in the Bridge Field section
of the Wild Area. There’s a small patch of land on the east
side surrounded by water. Use the bike to cross the water and obtain
the TM. TM76 can be bought in Motostoke at the western
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM77 is found differently depending on the
version you’re playing. In Shield, it’s received from defeating
the Stow-on-Side Gym. In Sword, it’s found in Ballonlea. Head inside the house just before the path
to the Stadium and talk to the old woman inside to receive the TM. TM78 is found in Ballonlea, but you need to
travel to Hammerlocke in order to receive it. Put on the Fire Gym Outfit then buy and wear
the Fire Type Tracksuit Jacket, the Fire Type Trackie Bottoms, the Fire Type Sport Rucksack,
the Fire Type Sport Cap, and the Fire Type Sport Sunglasses. While wearing this outfit, return to Ballonlea
and speak to the artist near the far left house. He will reward you with the TM. TM79 is found in Hulbury. After having the meeting with Rose in the
seafood restaurant, Sonia will hand over the TM. TM80 is earned through the Rotom Rally in
the Wild Area. You’ll be awarded the TM after earning 20,000
points in a single race which can easily be done with a longer race. TM81 is found in the Giant’s Seat section
of the Wild Area. Go behind the large rock and head directly
across from the nearby den to find the TM tucked near the rock wall. TM82 is located in Hulbury. Go to the lighthouse and look in the upper
right corner to find it near the fence. TM83 can be bought at the Battle Tower in
Wyndon for 100,000 PokéDollars. The seller is the League Official on the right
side. TM84 is found in the Dappled Grove section
of the Wild Area. Go to the southwest corner where you’ll
find a den. Nearby is a hollow log and inside is the TM. TM85 is received for defeating the Dark Gym
in Spikemuth. TM86 is found in the Slumbering Weald once
more of it is accessible in the story. Look for a log bridge on the right side and
cross it to find the TM at the end of the path. TM87 is received for defeating the Fairy Gym
in Ballonlea. TM88 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the eastern
Pokémon Center for 20,000 PokéDollars. TM89 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the eastern
Pokémon Center for 20,000 PokéDollars. TM90 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the eastern
Pokémon Center for 20,000 PokéDollars. TM91 can be bought in Hammerlocke at the eastern
Pokémon Center for 20,000 PokéDollars. TM92 can be bought at the Battle Tower in
Wyndon for 100,000 PokéDollars. The seller is the League Official on the right
side. TM93 can be found outside the Battle Tower
in Wyndon just behind the large sign. TM94 can be bought in Motostoke at the western
Pokémon Center for 10,000 PokéDollars. TM95 is found in the Axew’s Eye section
of the Wild Area. Head to the island to find the TM near the
trees. TM96 is found on Route 9. In the center of the Route when there’s
an option to go down the right ladder, instead head left and climb that ladder. At the top, you’ll find the TM. TM97 is found in Turffield. Go to the right side of the town then head
toward the Stadium. Tucked in the corner is the TM. TM98 is found on Route 10. As you’re climbing the final hill toward
Wyndon, stay to the right. Near the top on the other side is a small
area where the TM is waiting next to a tree. TM99 is received for defeating the Dragon
Gym in Hammerlocke. And that’s all 100 TM locations in Pokémon
Sword & Shield! Thanks for watching and be sure to subscribe
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43 Comments

43 Replies to “All TM Locations in Pokémon Sword & Shield (Guide & Walkthrough)”

  1. Sam P says:

    Forst..

    Yes I did say FORST

  2. LetsPlayNintendoITA says:

    what about surf, cut etc? i see fly but..

  3. PP-chan the innocent anime girl says:

    Minecraft Apples please

  4. the Zygardian trio says:

    I like how in this game they have TRs something I think is an abbreviation for “Technical Record” which is basically a TM from generations 1-4 (in the fact they only have one use and then break)

  5. Shoosh Bros says:

    I know this is irrelevant to the video, but it’s sad really how the developers get all the hate. Yes, they have made some bad decisions, but the Pokemon company forcing out a game a year is rushing these developers to make it! (But it’s also sad that favorite Pokémon, like my favorite: Mudkip, was cut.) 🙁

  6. Deeply Client says:

    So some are only bought from a poke shop?

  7. Albut says:

    Pokémon Half and Pokémon Baked

  8. Xeno Best X says:

    The timestamps.

    TM00 Mega Punch – 0:20

    TM01 Mega Kick – 0:28

    TM02 Pay Day – 0:35

    TM03 Fire Punch – 0:49

    TM04 Ice Punch – 0:57

    TM05 Thunder Punch – 1:04

    TM06 Fly – 1:11

    TM07 Pin Missile – 1:23

    TM08 Hyper Beam – 1:35

    TM09 Giga Impact – 1:43

    TM10 Magical Leaf – 1:51

    TM11 Solar Beam – 1:57

    TM12 Solar Blade – 2:16

    TM13 Fire Spin – 2:24

    TM14 Thunder Wave – 2:31

    TM15 Dig – 2:41

    TM16 Screech – 2:56

    TM17 Light Screen – 3:13

    TM18 Reflect – 3:20

    TM19 Safeguard – 3:28

    TM20 Self-Destruct – 3:36

    TM21 Rest – 3:48

    TM22 Rock Slide – 3:59

    TM23 Thief – 4:14

    TM24 Snore – 4:21

    TM25 Protect – 4:31

    TM26 Scary Face – 4:38

    TM27 Icy Wind – 4:51

    TM28 Giga Drain – 5:07

    TM29 Charm – 5:18

    TM30 Steel Wing – 5:29

    TM31 Attract – 5:42

    TM32 Sandstorm – 5:52

    TM33 Rain Dance – 5:59

    TM34 Sunny Day – 6:05

    TM35 Hail – 6:12

    TM36 Whirlpool – 6:19

    TM37 Beat Up – 6:26

    TM38 Will-O-Wisp – 6:35

    TM39 Facade – 6:42

    TM40 Swift – 6:54

    TM41 Helping Hand – 7:02

    TM42 Revenge – 7:10

    TM43 Brick Break – 7:27

    TM44 Imprison – 7:36

    TM45 Dive – 7:48

    TM46 Weather Ball – 8:00

    TM47 Fake Tears – 8:07

    TM48 Rock Tomb – 8:23

    TM49 Sand Tomb – 8:39

    TM50 Bullet Seed – 8:50

    TM51 Icicle Spear – 8:58

    TM52 Bouce – 9:07

    TM53 Mud Shot – 9:18

    TM54 Rock Blast – 9:31

    TM55 Brine – 9:46

    TM56 U-turn – 9:53

    TM57 Payback – 10:06

    TM58 Assurance – 10:15

    TM59 Fling – 10:27

    TM60 Power Swap – 10:38

    TM61 Guard Swap – 10:45

    TM62 Speed Swap – 10:53

    TM63 Drain Punch – 11:01

    TM64 Avalanche – 11:08

    TM65 Shadow Claw – 11:25

    TM66 Thunder Fang – 11:39

    TM67 Ice Fang – 11:46

    TM68 Fire Fang – 11:53

    TM69 Psycho Cut – 12:00

    TM70 Trick Room – 12:12

    TM71 Wonder Room – 12:23

    TM72 Magic Room – 12:34

    TM73 Cross Poison – 12:46

    TM74 Venoshock – 12:58

    TM75 Low Sweep – 13:10

    TM76 Round – 13:23

    TM77 Hex – 13:32

    TM78 Acrobatics – 13:50

    TM79 Retaliate – 14:20

    TM80 Volt Switch – 14:29

    TM81 Bulldoze – 14:42

    TM82 Electroweb – 14:54

    TM83 Razor Shell – 15:04

    TM84 Tail Slap – 15:15

    TM85 Snarl – 15:29

    TM86 Phantom Force – 15:35

    TM87 Draining Kiss – 15:48

    TM88 Grassy Terrain – 15:54

    TM89 Misty Terrain – 16:01

    TM90 Electric Terrain – 16:07

    TM91 Psychic Terrain – 16:13

    TM92 Mystical Fire – 16:21

    TM93 Eerie Impulse – 16:33

    TM94 False Swipe 16:40

    TM95 Air Slash – 16:49

    TM96 Smart Strike – 16:59

    TM97 Brutal Swing – 17:13

    TM98 Stomping Tantrum – 17:23

    TM99 Breaking Swipe – 17:37

  9. Gamer 0206 says:

    This intro is awesome!
    I wonder what Animal Crossing Intro would be like?

  10. Daniel Llanos says:

    I thought the selection of TMs was pretty awesome, but then I realized that there's not earthquake.

    What

  11. Scott Elder says:

    What a god awful TM list, so many good moves are TRs because hey let’s bring back one use moves, people miss that 🙄 why not bring just bring HMs back and having to switch PC boxes if you want to catch more Pokémon with no prior warning if a box is full.

  12. JJSponge120 says:

    As for Technical Records, they can be earned from Max Raid Battles, and my guess is that the type of the Dynamaxxed Pokemon you fight in these battles determines which TRs you’ll get. You can also spend Watts to buy TRs from Watt Traders in the Wild Area.

  13. PoZitron says:

    The best thing about gen 5 is reusable TMs. And now they brought these TRs with all the good moves but back to one-time use. Honestly not happy with this change

  14. Scott Elder says:

    Game freak what is so hard about having a TM for a decently strong move for every type (post split, one physical and one special per type will be needed, which still leaves 64 slots for other moves). Over 20 years and 8 generations and they can’t even make a good TM list, the hell are they doing

  15. Nailitper says:

    Whoa slow down speedster, it's only been like a week

  16. Lucas Gnagy says:

    4:23 9:54 24-hour livestream flashbacks

  17. Kai says:

    This type of video is godlike. Peak guide. Insanely helpful. Even to someone who's just missing one TM.
    Great job.

  18. Toon Gohan says:

    I hope y’all do TRs next

  19. TripleJump says:

    So DistantKingdom recently uploaded a video demonstrating how in this game Blastoise's water attacks do not shoot out of his cannons. It comes out of his forehead; the intention was to demonstrate how inferior the animations in Sword and Shield are in comparison to Battle Revolution. However, in the leaked National Dex for this game, the only Gen 1 starter evolution to make the cut was Charizard.

    Modding has not reached the level where unused Pokémon can be ported in with their models, so how did he do it?

  20. TripleJump says:

    Didn't GameXplain start a guides channel specifically for these kinds of videos?

  21. Zassou July says:

    Grass half year

  22. iPlague Network says:

    All that Pokémon content guyyyyz. Keep it up!

  23. Elijah Eugene says:

    Can we really not teach toxic

  24. Tsyumamatsu TheHavenofGuardia says:

    That's great… Can we have the TR shop locations too?
    For some reason those are sooo much better

  25. Darson Jones says:

    Where is flamethrower

  26. Liquid Bot says:

    Where can I get Leech Life?

  27. Aaron says:

    Dang a little more to go before I can get psycho cut

  28. Aaron says:

    Is the bike the only way to ride on water?

  29. Kritter XD says:

    What happened to the GameXplain guide channel?

  30. Weareonenation303 says:

    GF went backwards by turning most of the good moves into oldschool TMs. Thanks again for the awesome improvements GF!

  31. Guillermo Carbajal says:

    No toxic TM, omg

  32. Jeremy Lai says:

    What about blizzard thunder and fireblast?

  33. topdog23100 says:

    This video was very helpful! Thank you very much!

  34. Alatorre05 says:

    This should be on the Gamexplain Guides Channel. Have more content than Luigi's Mansion 3 on there 🙂

  35. Sadib says:

    Redo the whole video. TM84 is in the Rolling Fields area.

  36. Rafael Mabalot says:

    These tms are whack

  37. ultimablackmage says:

    Shouldn't this be on your new guides channel instead of the main one so it isn't lost in the shuffle like all your other guides over the years? Just reminding you you do have another channel & I think it'd be awesome if you could reupload all your previous game guides there with playlist for each game.

  38. UlithiumDragon says:

    Now THIS is how you make a video guide. Straight to the relevant information, with a short description and the minimal amount of visuals needed. Seriously, A+ work!

  39. TM27 says:

    I went from “Return” to “Icy wind”

    Why

  40. Leonardo Farias says:

    1:57

  41. MAC MILLER says:

    They did not just copy pasted the old tm locations?

  42. kikaiz says:

    For TM78 Acrobatics, you have the free fire gym unifrom and you only need to buy the fire tracksuit jacket!! Save yourself 27,350.
    Thank you for the guide I had no idea how to get this TM otherwise.

  43. Kenneth Martinez says:

    Why can’t I buy TM 52 Bounce? That guy only talks about Hyper training

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