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TM Machine Guide - How To Use?

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TM Machine Guide for Pokemon Scarlet & Violet (Pokemon SV). See how to use TM Machine, required materials, the list of TMs (technical machine), and how to unlock the TM Machine.

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What is a TM Machine?

A Machine That Can Make a TM (Technical Machine)

Image of a Waza Machine Machine

In Pokemon SV, you need to make your own TMs. You can create any TMs you want by using the "TM Machines" available at the Pokemon Center.

Materials Are Required To Create Them

Required Materials-LP (League Points)
-Materials Dropped By Pokemon

To make a TM using the TM Machine, you need League Points and Materials dropped by Pokemon. After battles, Pokemon sometimes drops materials those are also used to craft TM.

League Points Are Obtained While Your Story Progresses

League Points can be obtained through story progress and other ways. Things dropped by Pokemon can also be exchanged into League Points.

Items Will Be Added While The Story Progresses

Image of TM machine

The list of TMs available to make in the TM Machines expand as you progress in your adventures. As your adventure expands, you will be able to increase your strategy better with these TMs.

You Can Also Make TMs That You Find On The Road

As in the previous games, "TMs" can be found on the road or in the field. TMs that you find on the roads are automatically added to the list that you can make in the TM Machine.

Once Obtained From NPC, Maybe Added To The List?

In the previous games, you were able to receive "TMs", not only from the road, but also from NPCs (non-player character). If a NPC gives you a TM in this game, there is a possibility that it will be automatically added to the list that you can create in the TM Machines.

A TM Will Disappear After One Use

A TM will disappear after one use. However, if you have League Points and things dropped by Pokemon, you can make it as many times as you want with the TM Machine.

List of Confirmed TMs (Technical Machine)

[?] are details on unconfirmed materials dropped by Pokemon.

Type the move to narrow your search!

NumberName of TMRequired Materials
002Charm- 400LP
- Hair of Azurill x 3
- Nail of Teddiursa x 3
008Fire Fang- 800LP
- Tooth of Houndour x 3
009Thunder Fang- 800LP
-Tooth of Shinx x 3
015Struggle Bug- 400LP
-???? x 3
027Aerial Ace- 800LP
- Feather of Starly x 3
- Feather of Fletchling x 3
034Icy Wind- 800LP
- String of Snom x 3
- Berry of Snover x 3
085Rest- 400LP
-???? x 3

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