TM085 (Japanese: わざマシン085 Move Machine 085), known as TM85 prior to Generation IX, is a TM introduced in Generation IV. It teaches a compatible Pokémon a move. The move it teaches depends on the game. For compatibility, refer to the move's page.

TM085
わざマシン085
Move Machine 085
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TM085
Pokémon Global Link artwork
Introduced in Generation IV
Pocket
Generation IV Bag TMs and HMs pocket icon.png TMs and HMs
Generation V Bag TMs and HMs pocket icon.png TMs and HMs
Generation VI Bag TMs and HMs pocket icon.png TMs and HMs
Generation VII Bag TMs pocket icon.png TMs (SMUSUM)
Generation VIII Bag TMs pocket icon.png TMs
Generation IX Bag TMs pocket icon.png TMs


In the core series games

Generation IV

In Generation IV, TMs can only be used once.

  Dream Eater
Location Purchase price Sell price
DPPt Valor Lakefront N/A  1500
HGSS Viridian City N/A  1500

Generation V

In Generation V, TMs can be used any number of times.

  Dream Eater
Location Purchase price Sell price
BW Dreamyard N/A N/A
B2W2 Dreamyard N/A N/A

Generation VI

In Generation VI, TMs can be used any number of times.

  Dream Eater
Location Purchase price Sell price
XY Battle Maison 48 BP N/A
ORAS Safari Zone N/A N/A

Generation VII

In Generation VII, TMs can be used any number of times.

  Dream Eater
Location Purchase price Sell price
SM Haina Desert N/A N/A
USUM Haina Desert N/A N/A


Generation VIII

In Pokémon Sword and Shield, TMs can be used any number of times.

  Snarl
Location Purchase price Sell price
SwSh Prize for defeating Piers N/A N/A


In Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, TMs can only be used once.

  Dream Eater
Location Purchase price Sell price
BDSP Valor Lakefront, Grand Underground merchant  ×20 or 22
 ×20 or 22
 ×20 or 22
 ×13 or 15BD/10 or 13SP
 ×10 or 13BD/13 or 15SP
 1,500

Generation IX

In Generation IX, TMs can only be used once.

  Rest
Location Purchase price Sell price
SV Los Platos, East Province (Area One), South Province (Area Five), West Province (Area Two), TM Machine 400 LP
  Drowzee Fur ×3
 400

In the spin-off games

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series

TMs in the Mystery Dungeon series are named only by the move they teach. For example,  Attract is the item that teaches the move Attract. Most TMs, however, correspond to a TM in the core series' contemporaneous games.

TMs in Explorers of Time, Darkness, and Sky can only be used once before becoming Used TMs. In Gates to Infinity, TMs can be used any number of times. In Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, some TMs can only be used once while rainbow-colored TMs can be used any number of times.

In Rescue Team DX, TMs can only be used once. Whilst the available TMs are the same as those in Pokémon Sun and Moon, the TM list order is the same as for Super Mystery Dungeon (that is, in the TM order for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire), with newly added TMs added to the end of the list.

  Dream Eater
Location Purchase price Sell price
MDT Trade, A-OK Mail, Wonder Mail, Friend Rescue 6500   250  
MDDS Final Maze
Kecleon Shops (Destiny TowerS)
Treasure Town Kecleon Wares (after graduating)
Spinda's Café (Silver Ticket win and big win; Gold Ticket win)S
Sometimes received as a reward from Numel found on Sky Peak Mountain PathS
6500   250  
MDBSL ? N/A N/A
MDGtI ? N/A N/A
SMD Kecleon Shops 1267  127 
MDRTDX Various dungeons (including: Purity Forest)
Kecleon Shop (Purity Forest)
Treasure Boxes
1850   370  

Trivia


TM84
Technical Machines
TM086
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