TM050

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TM050 (Japanese: わざマシン050 Move Machine 050), known as TM50 prior to Generation IX, is a TM introduced in Generation I. It teaches a compatible Pokémon a move. The move it teaches depends on the game. For compatibility, refer to the move's page.

TM050
わざマシン050
Move Machine 050
Bag None Sprite.png
TM050
Pokémon Global Link artwork
Introduced in Generation I
Pocket
Generation I Bag Items pocket icon.png Items
Generation II Bag TMs and HMs pocket icon.png TMs and HMs
Generation III Bag TMs and HMs pocket icon.png TMs and HMs (RSE)
Generation III Bag TM Case pocket icon.png TM Case (FRLG)
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 VII Bag TM Case pocket icon.png TM Case (PE)
Generation VIII Bag TMs pocket icon.png TMs
Generation IX Bag TMs pocket icon.png TMs


In the core series games

Generation I

In Generation I, TMs can only be used once.

  Substitute
Location Purchase price Sell price
RBY Rocket Game Corner 7700C  1000

Generation II

In Generation II, TMs can only be used once.

  Nightmare
Location Purchase price Sell price
GSC Route 31 N/A  1000

Generation III

In Generation III, TMs can only be used once.

  Overheat
Location Purchase price Sell price
RSE Prize for defeating Flannery N/A  1500
FRLG Victory Road N/A  1500
XD Area 6 of Mt. Battle N/A  1500

Generation IV

In Generation IV, TMs can only be used once. TMs cannot be used in Pokémon Battle Revolution, but they can be transferred to a Generation IV DS game via Mystery Gift.

  Overheat
Location Purchase price Sell price
DPPt Stark Mountain N/A  2750
HGSS Prize for defeating Blaine N/A  2750
PBR After beating 1st set of Masters Battle 12,000PC N/A

Generation V

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

  Overheat
Location Purchase price Sell price
BW Route 11 N/A N/A
B2W2 N's Castle N/A N/A

Generation VI

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

  Overheat
Location Purchase price Sell price
XY Kiloude City  80,000 N/A
ORAS Prize for defeating Flannery N/A N/A

Generation VII

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

  Overheat
Location Purchase price Sell price
SM Poni Meadow N/A N/A
USUM Poni Meadow N/A N/A


  Roost
Location Purchase price Sell price
PE Route 12 N/A N/A

Generation VIII

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

  Bullet Seed
Location Purchase price Sell price
SwSh Hammerlocke (West Pokémon Center)  10,000 N/A


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

  Overheat
Location Purchase price Sell price
BDSP Stark Mountain, Grand Underground Typhlo Cavern, Grand Underground merchant  ×8 or 10
 ×8 or 10
 ×8 or 10
 ×5 or 8BD/3 or 5SP
 ×3 or 5BD/5 or 8SP
 2,750

Generation IX

In Generation IX, TMs can only be used once.

  Rain Dance
Location Purchase price Sell price
SV Asado Desert, East Province (Area One), South Province (Area Five), TM Machine 3,000 LP
  Shellos Mucus ×3
  Azurill Fur ×3
  Wattrel Feather ×3
 3,000
SVID Coastal Biome N/A N/A

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 Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team and 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.

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Location Purchase price Sell price
MDRB Buried items (Buried Relic, Darknight Relic, Remains Island) 6500   2000  
MDTDS Mystifying Forest, Blizzard Island, Surrounded Sea, Miracle Sea, Spacial Rift, Dark Crater, Concealed Ruins, Bottomless Sea, Mystery Jungle, Lake Afar, Happy Outlook, Mt. Mistral, Shimmer Hill, Lost Wilderness, Midnight Forest, Zero Isle North B31-B74FD, Zero Isle East, Zero Isle West, Zero Isle South, Final Maze
Kecleon Shops (Mystifying ForestTD*, Mt. TravailTD, Concealed Ruins, Mystery Jungle, Lake Afar*, Happy OutlookTD*, Mt. MistralTD*, Shimmer HillTD*, Midnight ForestTD*, Zero Isle East, Zero Isle West, Zero Isle South B1-B89F, Destiny TowerS, Oblivion ForestS, Treacherous WatersS, Southeastern IslandsS, Inferno CaveS)
Treasure Town Kecleon Wares (after Chapter 13T)
Job rewards (C-B, S-★9)
Hidden Stairs (Lake Afar, Zero Isle East, Oblivion Forest, Treacherous Waters, Southeastern Islands, Inferno Cave)S
Spinda's Café (Silver Ticket big win; Gold Ticket win and big 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 1742   175  
MDRTDX Various dungeons (including: Lapis Cave, Mt. Blaze, Frosty Forest, Joyous Tower)
Kecleon Shop (Buried Relic, Southern Cavern)
Kecleon Wares (Pokémon Square)
Treasure Boxes
2250   450  


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