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B/W Item Locations

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  1. ncsbert

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    Mental Herb is missing from Held Items.

    It can be found only on wild Sewaddle, Swadloon and Leavanny. (5% chance)
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    hi stop using bb code to html shit because it never works for anything thats not extremely basic, thanks.

    I'm moving this to the forum for HTML because what you posted is just wrong.

    You didn't even take out the shit vb automatically puts in and it was converted to HTML -_-

    I edited in the mental herb thing
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    I'm not quite sure what you mean, because I hadn't put in any HTML
    And thanks for the mental herb thing.
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    <div class="author">By <a href="/forums/member.php?u=41965">badalcristiano</a>.</div>
    <ol class="toc">
    <li><a href="#evolution_item">Evolution Item Locations</a></li>
    <li><a href="#held_item">Held Item Locations</a></li>
    <li><a href="#key_item">Key Item Locations</a></li>
    <li><a href="#tm_hm">TM / HM Locations</a>
    <ul>
    <li><a href="#purchasable_tms">Purchasable TMs</a></li>
    <li><a href="#gym_tms">Gym Leader TMs</a></li>
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    <h2><a name="evolution_item">Evolution Item Locations</a></h2>
    <p>While it is true that most Pokemon evolve through leveling up, there are a few that evolve only when holding or being subjected to a specific item. These items can only be used once.</p>
    <dl>
    <dt>Dawn Stone</dt>
    <dd>Before heading into Victory Road, be sure to explore the thick grass as it has several scattered items. The first two items you find will in fact be Amoonguss although the last item will be a Dawn Stone. This may also be encountered in a dust cloud in any cave.</dd>
    <dt>DeepSeaScale</dt>
    <dd>Obtainable in Route 13 in shallow water.</dd>
    <dt>DeepSeaTooth</dt>
    <dd>It can found on Route 17. Simply keep surfing west until you find a trainer with four Basculin, and you should find the DeepSeaTooth in shallow water east of the swimmer.</dd>
    <dt>Dragon Scale</dt>
    <dd>It is found on Route 18. It will be in a Pokeball near the beach.</dd>
    <dt>Dubius Disc</dt>
    <dd>It can be found in the P2 Lab. In order to reach it, Surf down the current in Route 17.</dd>
    <dt>Dusk Stone</dt>
    <dd>It can be found on Route 10 just before you enter Victory Road. Head up on the patch of grass up north, then cross the small bridge and speak to the veteran hiding behind some trees. He will hand you a Dawn Stone. It can also be found in Mistralton Cave in the same room that Cobalion is in. This may also be encountered in a dust cloud in any cave.</dd>
    <dt>Electirizer</dt>
    <dd>On the start of Route 13, Cut a bush near two twins and you will find the Electirizer.</dd>
    <dt>Fire Stone</dt>
    <dd>It can be found in the Desert Resort as well as being purchasable at the Black City Pokemart. This may also be encountered in a dust cloud in any cave. Can also be obtained at Castelia City pier. Speak to the Scientist there and he will ask you which of the elemental monkeys you prefer. Answer accordingly.</dd>
    <dt>King's Rock</dt>
    <dd>It is obtainable on Route 13 by speaking to a man who will give you a random item, the King's Rock being one.</dd>
    <dt>Leaf Stone</dt>
    <dd>Can be purchased at Black City Pokemart. This may also be encountered in a dust cloud in any cave. Can also be obtained at Castelia City pier. Speak to the Scientist there and he will ask you which of the elemental monkeys you prefer. Answer accordingly.</dd>
    <dt>Magmarizer</dt>
    <dd>It is obtainable on Route 13 by speaking to a man who will give you a random item, the Magmarizer being one.</dd>
    <dt>Metal Coat</dt>
    <dd>It is obtainable on Route 13 by speaking to a man who will give you a random item, the Metal Coat being one.</dd>
    <dt>Moon Stone</dt>
    <dd>It can be found in Pinwheel Forest. It is given to you by Lenora for retrieving the Dragon Skull. Another place to purchase it is at Black City Pokemart. This may also be encountered in a dust cloud in any cave.</dd>
    <dt>Oval Stone</dt>
    <dd>It can be found in the Challenger's Cave Cave (which you only have access to once you've defeated the Elite Four.)</dd>
    <dt>Prism Scale</dt>
    <dd>Talk to the man on the left side of the Undella Pokemon Center.</dd>  
    <dt>Protector</dt>
    <dd>On Route 11, Surfeast of the bridge, then head up the Waterfall which leads you to a small crevice with the Protector.</dd>
    <dt>Razor Claw</dt>
    <dd>Head southwards on Route 13 and you will find the Razor Claw next to a Painter.</dd>
    <dt>Razor Fang</dt>
    <dd>Can be found in Abundant Shrine.</dd>
    <dt>Reaper Cloth</dt>
    <dd>Head into the thick grass as soon as you enter Route 14 and then Surf across the water to find a Reaper Cloth.</dd>
    <dt>Shiny Stone</dt>
    <dd>Obtainable at Route 6. Cross the narrow bridge, then head over to a house and speak to the little girl inside. Also available at Black City Pokemart. This may also be encountered in a dust cloud in any cave.</dd>
    <dt>Sun Stone</dt>
    <dd>Obtained at Relic Castle and purchasable at Black City Pokemart. This may also be encountered in a dust cloud in any cave.</dd>
    <dt>Thunderstone</dt>
    <dd>The Electric Rock Cave holds a Thunderstone inside. Also purchasable at Black City Pokemart. This may also be encountered in a dust cloud in any cave.</dd>
    <dt>Up-Grade</dt>
    <dd>On the eastern side of Route 15, shove the boulder in front of you into the hole and grab yourself an Up-Grade.</dd>
    <dt>Water Stone</dt>
    <dd>Can be found in Driftveil City and purchased at Black City Pokemart. This may also be encountered in a dust cloud in any cave. Can also be obtained at Castelia City pier. Speak to the Scientist there and he will ask you which of the elemental monkeys you prefer. Answer accordingly.</dd>
    </dl>
    
    <h2><a name="held_item">Held Item Locations</a></h2>
    <dl>
    <dt>Adamant Orb</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by the Dark Trinity as you cross Wonder Bridge.</dd>
    <dt>Air Balloon</dt>
    <dd>Can be purchased at the mart near Gear Station.</dd>
    <dt>Amulet Coin</dt>
    <dd>Found in Castelia City.</dd>
    <dt>Black Belt</dt>
    <dd>Found in Challenger's Cave.</dd>
    <dt>BlackGlasses</dt>
    <dd>Found in Resort Desert. </dd>
    <dt>BrightPowder</dt>
    <dd>Found in Chargestone Cave, B2F.</dd>
    <dt>Charcoal</dt>
    <dd>Found in Nacrene City. Speak to the man who asks you which starter you prefer / chose, and answer "Tepig". </dd>
    <dt>Choice Band</dt>
    <dd>Can be purchased for 48 BP at the Battle Subway. </dd>
    <dt>Choice Scarf</dt>
    <dd>Can be purchased for 48 BP at the Battle Subway. A person in Castellia City Pokemon Center will give you this item if you have traded with 30 people.</dd>
    <dt>Choice Specs</dt>
    <dd>Can be purchased for 48 BP at the Battle Subway.</dd>
    <dt>Cleanse Tag</dt>
    <dd>Found in Icirrus City.</dd>
    <dt>Damp Rock</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by the Parasol Lady on Route 8 in the morning.</dd>
    <dt>Dragon Fang</dt>
    <dd>Found inside Dragonspiral Tower</dd>
    <dt>Everstone</dt>
    <dd>You receive it after trading 10 times in the Castelia City Pokemon Center. Everstone can also be found on wild Roggenrolla and Boldore 50% of the time.</dd>
    <dt>Eviolite</dt>
    <dd>Find the building in Castelia with the Patrat running around. On the upper floor, a scientist will give you an Eviolite if you have 25 Pokedex entries.</dd>
    <dt>Exp. Share</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by an old man in Castelia City (top of one of the buildings, you'll know which one since the old man who gives it to you goes up in the elevator beforehand). Another one can be found at Icirrus City. Talk to the Gentleman inside a Pokemon Fan Club and he will give you an Exp. Share if he thinks you've raised your Pokemon well enough.</dd>
    <dt>Expert Belt</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by the shady guy in Driftveil City market if you show him a Lv30+ Pokemon.</dd>
    <dt>Flame Orb</dt>
    <dd>Can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 16 BP.</dd>
    <dt>Griseous Orb</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by the Dark Trinity as you cross Wonder Bridge.</dd>
    <dt>Heat Rock</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by Parasol Lady on Route 8 in the afternoon.</dd>
    <dt>Icy Rock</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by Parasol Lady on Route 8 in the night time.</dd>
    <dt>Iron Ball</dt>
    <dd>It can be purchased at the Gear Station Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>Leftovers</dt>
    <dd>After crossing the Village Bridge from Route 11, head down south and you will see trainers with their Pokemon. There you will see a trash can, which contains Leftovers. Another way to obtain Leftovers is by trading a Cinccino for a Munchlax in Undella Town during summer. The Munchlax will be holding Leftovers.</dd>
    <dt>Life Orb</dt>
    <dd>Can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 48 BP.</dd>
    <dt>Light Ball</dt>
    <dd>Unobtainable without a Pokemon event.</dd>
    <dt>Light Clay</dt>
    <dd>Is found on wild Golett and Golurk at times.</dd>
    <dt>Lucky Egg</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by Prof. Juniper in Chargestone cave.</dd>
    <dt>Lustrous Orb</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by the Dark Trinity as you cross Wonder Bridge.</dd>
    <dt>Macho Brace</dt>
    <dd>Head to the northwest gate leading to Route 16 and speak to the Black Belt inside.</dd>
    <dt>Magnet</dt>
    <dd>Found in Chargestone Cave.</dd>
    <dt>Mental Herb</dt>
    <dd>Is found on wild Sewaddle,  Swadloon, and Leavanny at times.</dd>
    <dt>NeverMeltIce</dt>
    <dd>Inside the small room in the Cold Storage.</dd>
    <dt>Power Anklet</dt>
    <dd>It can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 16 BP.</dd>
    <dt>Power Band</dt>
    <dd>It can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 16 BP.</dd>
    <dt>Power Belt</dt>
    <dd>It can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 16 BP.</dd>
    <dt>Power Bracer</dt>
    <dd>It can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 16 BP.</dd>
    <dt>Power Herb</dt>
    <dd>It can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 16 BP.</dd>
    <dt>Power Lens</dt>
    <dd>It can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 16 BP.</dd>
    <dt>Power Weight</dt>
    <dd>It can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 16 BP.</dd>
    <dt>Pumice Stone</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by a Football player as you enter Opelucid city.</dd>
    <dt>Quick Claw</dt>
    <dd>Given by a Hiker in the gate just as you are about to approach Sky Arrow Bridge.</dd>
    <dt>Quick Powder</dt>
    <dd>Usually held by wild Ditto.</dd>
    <dt>Red Card</dt>
    <dd>Can be purchased at the Gear Station Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>Rugged Helmet</dt>
    <dd>Found just outside Cold Storage. Speak to one of the workers there.</dd>
    <dt>Scope Lens</dt>
    <dd>Can be purchased at Gear Station Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>Shed Shell</dt>
    <dd>Is sometimes found on wild Scraggy.</dd>
    <dt>Shell Bell</dt>
    <dd>Southeast of the Pokemon Center in Driftveil City, enter the house and speak to one of the two people there and you will receive the Shell Bell only if you have got at least 50 Pokemon in your Pokedex.</dd>
    <dt>Silk Scarf</dt>
    <dd>It can be found in the northwest area of Route 6.</dd>
    <dt>SilverPowder</dt>
    <dd>It can be found in Pinwheel Forest.</dd>
    <dt>Smooth Rock</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by the Parasol Lady on Route 8 evening.</dd>
    <dt>Soft Sound</dt>
    <dd>Found in the Desert Resort.</dd>
    <dt>Soothe Bell</dt>
    <dd>Head to the apartment east of the Battle Subway, then go upstairs and speak to the old lady.</dd>
    <dt>Soothe Bell</dt>
    <dd>Not obtainable.</dd>
    <dt>Stick</dt>
    <dd>Found on Route 13.</dd>
    <dt>Thick Club</dt>
    <dd>Found on Route 13.</dd>
    <dt>Toxic Orb</dt>
    <dd>It can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 16 BP.</dd>
    <dt>White Herb</dt>
    <dd>It can be purchased at the Gear Station Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>Wide Lens</dt>
    <dd>It can be purchased at the Gear Station Pokemart. A person in Castellia City Pokemon Center will give you this item if you have traded with 5 people.</dd>
    <dt>Zoom Lens</dt>
    <dd>It can be purchased at the Gear Station Pokemart. A person in Castellia City Pokemon Center will give you this item if you have traded with 20 people.</dd>
    </dl>
    
    <h2><a name="key_item">Key Item Locations</a></h2>
    <dl>
    <dt>Bicycle</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by the Bike shop owner in Nimbasa City.</dd>
    <dt>Dark Stone</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by Lenora in Nacrene City.</dd>
    <dt>Gram 1, 2, and 3</dt>
    <dd>They are scattered all over Route 13.</dd>
    <dt>Dowsing Machine</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by Bianca in Nacrene City.</dd>
    <dt>Dragon Skull</dt>
    <dd>Obtain it by defeating Team Plasma in Pinwheel Forest.</dd>
    <dt>Goods Case</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by the owner of the Pokemon Musical Hall in Nimbasa City.</dd>
    <dt>Gracidea</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by a lady in the Lacunosa Town Pokemon Center.</dd>
    <dt>Liberty Ticket</dt>
    <dd>Event item.</dd>
    <dt>Light Stone</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by Lenora in Shippou City.</dd>
    <dt>Xtransceiver</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by your Mother in Nuvema Town.</dd>
    <dt>Pal Pad</dt>
    <dd>Given to you in Striaton City by Fennel's assistant.</dd>
    <dt>Running Shoes</dt>
    <dd>Shortly after entering Route 2, your mom will call you via the Live Caster and after some dialogue, it turns out she is right behind you. She will hand you a pair of Running Shoes.</dd>
    <dt>Super Rod</dt>
    <dd>After defeating the Elite Four and returning to your home, Looker will give you the Super Rod.</dd>
    <dt>Town Map</dt>
    <dd>Given to you by your Mother in Nuvema Town.</dd>
    <dt>Vs. Recorder</dt>
    <dd>Obtain the Vs. Recorder at the Battle Subway in Nimbasa City.</dd>
    </dl>
    
    <h2><a name="tm_hm">TM / HM Locations</a></h2>
    <h4><a name="gym_tms">Gym Leader Leader TMs</a></h4>
    <p><img src="/media/ingame/images/articlename_imgname.png" alt="" /><img src="/media/ingame/images/articlename_imgname.png" alt="" /></p>
    <p>8 of the game's 95 TMs are given as a reward for beating each Gym Leader. They are TMs 62, 67, 72, 76, 78, 79, 82, and 83.</p>
    <h4><a name="purchasable_tms">Purchasable TMs</a></h4>
    <p><img src="/media/ingame/images/articlename_imgname.png" alt="" /></p>
    <p>Some TMs can only be purchased at the Battle Subway, which is located in Nimbasa City. TM23, TM34, TM48, TM51, TM59, TM60, TM64, TM77, TM87, and TM88 can all be found here.</p>
    <dl>
    <dt>TM 01</dt>
    <dd>TM 01 teaches the move Hone Claws. TM01 is given by a Sage in the Cold Storage south of Driftveil City after defeating the Elite Four.</dd>
    <dt>TM 02</dt>
    <dd>TM 02 teaches the move Dragon Claw. It can be found on Victory Road.</dd>
    <dt>TM 03</dt>
    <dd>TM 03 teaches the move Psyshock. It can be found towards the end of the Giant Chasm (Forest).</dd>
    <dt>TM 04</dt>
    <dd>TM 04 teaches the move Calm Mind. After defeating the Elite Four, speak to the Sage in Relic Castle to receive it.</dd>
    <dt>TM 05</dt>
    <dd>TM 05 teaches the move Roar. It can be found in Route 10, just ahead of Victory Road.</dd>
    <dt>TM 06</dt>
    <dd>TM 06 teaches the move Toxic. Surf from Route 17 and keep heading straight to your left, and you will see a Pokeball that contains TM 06.</dd>
    <dt>TM 07</dt>
    <dd>TM 07 teaches the move Hail. It can be purchased for 50,000 Pokedollars at the Mistralton City Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>TM 08</dt>
    <dd>TM 08 teaches the move Bulk Up. Surf across Route 14 until you are met with a Waterfall. Climb it and you will encounter one of the Team Plasma sages. Speak to him and he will give you TM 08.</dd>
    <dt>TM 09</dt>
    <dd>TM 09 teaches the move Venoshock. It is found on Route 15 behind a Pokemon Ranger.</dd>
    <dt>TM 10</dt>
    <dd>TM 10 teaches the move Hidden Power. It is given to you by Prof. Juniper after you have captured 100 Pokemon. In addition to that, you must have gone through Victory Road and arrived at the Pokemon League.</dd>
    <dt>TM 11</dt>
    <dd>TM 11 teaches the move Sunny Day. It can be purchased for 50,000 Pokedollars at the Mistralton City Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>TM 12</dt>
    <dd>TM 12 teaches the move Taunt. It is found in Victory Road.</dd>
    <dt>TM 13</dt>
    <dd>TM 13 teaches the move Ice Beam. TM 13 is found in the northeast quadrant of the Giant Chasm (Forest).</dd>
    <dt>TM 14</dt>
    <dd>TM 14 teaches the move Blizzard. It can be purchased for 70,000 Pokedollars at the Icirrus City Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>TM 15</dt>
    <dd>TM 15 teaches the move Hyper Beam. It can be purchased for 90,000 Pokedollars at the Route 9 department store.</dd>
    <dt>TM 16</dt>
    <dd>TM 16 teaches the move Light Screen. It can be purchased for 30,000 Pokedollars at the Nimbasa City Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>TM 17</dt>
    <dd>TM 17 teaches the move Protect. After seeing at least 60 Pokemon in your Pokedex, Fly to Nuvema Town and speak to Prof. Juniper, and she will give you TM 17.</dd>
    <dt>TM 18</dt>
    <dd>TM 18 teaches the move Rain Dance. It can be purchased for 50,000 Pokedollars at the Mistralton City Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>TM 19</dt>
    <dd>TM 19 teaches the move Telekinesis. As you enter Route 18, keep heading north until you come across a thick grove of grass.You can find TM 19 there.</dd>
    <dt>TM 20</dt>
    <dd>TM 20 teaches the move Safeguard. It can be purchased for 30,000 Pokedollars at the Nimbasa City Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>TM 21</dt>
    <dd>TM 21 teaches the move Frustration. It can be purchased for 10,000 Pokedollars at the Nimbasa City Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>TM 22</dt>
    <dd>TM 22 teaches the move SolarBeam. It is found in Pinwheel Forest.</dd>
    <dt>TM 23</dt>
    <dd>TM 23 teaches the move Smack Down. It can be purchased in the Battle Subway for 36 BP.</dd>
    <dt>TM 24</dt>
    <dd>TM 24 teaches the move Thunderbolt. It can be found on the far northeast part of Route 17.</dd>
    <dt>TM 25</dt>
    <dd>TM 25 teaches the move Thunder. It can be purchased for 70,000 Pokedollars at the Icirrus City Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>TM 26</dt>
    <dd>TM 26 teaches the move Earthquake. It can be found in the western "tower" of Relic Castle at the very top.</dd>
    <dt>TM 27</dt>
    <dd>TM 27 teaches the move Return. It can be purchased for 10,000 Pokedollars at the Nimbasa City Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>TM 28</dt>
    <dd>TM 28 teaches the move Dig. TM 28 can be obtained in a house which is in the western sector of Desert Resort.</dd>
    <dt>TM 29</dt>
    <dd>TM 29 teaches the move Psychic. It is found on Route 13. Head up the long flight of steps until you come across a boulder. Use Strength to push the boulder aside and there you have it.</dd>
    <dt>TM 30</dt>
    <dd>TM 30 teaches the move Shadow Ball. It is found in Relic Castle B3F. Walk across the sand trap.</dd>
    <dt>TM 31</dt>
    <dd>TM 31 teaches the move Brick Break. Talk to the old lady in the Icirrus City Pokemon Center, and she will give you TM 31.</dd>
    <dt>TM 32</dt>
    <dd>TM 32 teaches the move Double Team. It is given by the Sage on Route 18 (next to where you find Waterfall).</dd>
    <dt>TM 33</dt>
    <dd>TM 33 teaches the move Reflect. It can be purchased for 30,000 Pokedollars at the Nimbasa City Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>TM 34</dt>
    <dd>TM 34 teaches the move Sludge Wave. It can be purchased for 48 BP at the Battle Subway.</dd>
    <dt>TM 35</dt>
    <dd>TM 35 teaches the move Flamethrower. It is found in Abundant Shrine. Head west from the entrance until you come across a ledge with a Pokeball.</dd>
    <dt>TM 36</dt>
    <dd>TM 36 teaches the move Sludge Bomb. It is found on Route 8.</dd>
    <dt>TM 37</dt>
    <dd>TM 37 teaches the move Sandstorm. It can be purchased for 50,000 Pokedollars at the Mistralton City Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>TM 38</dt>
    <dd>TM 38 teaches the move Fire Blast. It can be purchased for 70,000 Pokedollars at the Icirrus City Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>TM 39</dt>
    <dd>TM 39 teaches the move Rock Tomb. It is found inthe Desert Resort.</dd>
    <dt>TM 40</dt>
    <dd>TM 40 teaches the move Aerial Ace. Speak to someone in one of the houses north of the Pokemon Center in Mistralton City (looks like a Youngster - orange hat), and then the TM will appear on the runway. NOTE: This can only be obtained after you have the sixth Gym Badge.</dd>
    <dt>TM 41</dt>
    <dd>TM 41 teaches the move Torment. It is found in the northern part of the desert by the construction site buildings</dd>
    <dt>TM 42</dt>
    <dd>TM 42 teaches the move Facade. It is given by the Parasol Lady on Route 8.</dd>
    <dt>TM 43</dt>
    <dd>TM 43 teaches the move Flame Charge. It is given to you on Tubeline Bridge by a Battle Girl.</dd>
    <dt>TM 44</dt>
    <dd>TM 44 teaches the move Rest. It is found on the 11th floor of the tallest building in Castelia City.</dd>
    <dt>TM 45</dt>
    <dd>TM 45 teaches the move Attract. It is found in the northern part of Castelia City, on the fourth floor of the first building to your right (talk to the girl with brown hair).</dd>
    <dt>TM 46</dt>
    <dd>TM 46 teaches the move Thief. Enter the Wellspring Cave that is located in Route 3, and after defeating some Plasma Grunts, explore the bottom of the cave to find TM 46.</dd>
    <dt>TM 47</dt>
    <dd>TM 47 teaches the move Low Sweep.Surf across the eastern pond on B1F of the Wellspring Cave.</dd>
    <dt>TM 48</dt>
    <dd>TM 48 teaches the move Round. It can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 36 BP.</dd>
    <dt>TM 49</dt>
    <dd>TM 49 teaches the move Echoed Voice. It is found in the Pokemon Musical Hall in Nimbasa City.</dd>
    <dt>TM 50</dt>
    <dd>TM 50 teaches the move Overheat. It is found on Route 11 by climbing up the waterfall to your left.</dd>
    <dt>TM 51</dt>
    <dd>TM 51 teaches the move Ally Switch. It can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 48 BP.</dd>
    <dt>TM 52</dt>
    <dd>TM 52 teaches the move Focus Blast. It is found in Wellspring cave.</dd>
    <dt>TM 53</dt>
    <dd>TM 53 teaches the move Energy Ball. It is found on the northern part of Route 12.</dd>
    <dt>TM 54</dt>
    <dd>TM 54 teaches False Swipe. It is given by Prof. Juniper in Nuvema Town after you see 30 Pokemon.</dd>
    <dt>TM 55</dt>
    <dd>TM 55 teaches the move Scald. It is found inside the Cold Storage south of Nimbasa City.</dd>
    <dt>TM 56</dt>
    <dd>TM 56 teaches the move Fling. It is given to you by a Baseball Player on Route 9.</dd>
    <dt>TM 57</dt>
    <dd>TM 57 teaches the move Charge Beam.It is given by the first lady you come across on the southwestern path on Route 7.</dd>
    <dt>TM 58</dt>
    <dd>TM 58 teaches the move Sky Drop. It can be found on the runway next to a mechanic working near a plane in Mistralton City.
    </dd>
    <dt>TM 59</dt>
    <dd>TM 59 teaches the move Incinerate. It can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 48 BP.</dd>
    <dt>TM 60</dt>
    <dd>TM 60 teaches the move Quash. It can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 48 BP.</dd>
    <dt>TM 61</dt>
    <dd>TM 61 teaches the move Will-O-Wisp. It is found on the 2nd floor of the Celestial Tower.</dd>
    <dt>TM 62</dt>
    <dd>TM 62 teaches the move Acrobatics. It is given by Gym Leader Skyla after you defeat her.</dd>
    <dt>TM 63</dt>
    <dd>TM 63 teaches the move Embargo. Before entering Dragonspiral Tower, Surf to the east until you come across a patch of land. TM 63 is between the two Ace Trainers there.</dd>
    <dt>TM 64</dt>
    <dd>TM 64 teaches the move Explosion. It can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 48 BP.</dd>
    <dt>TM 65</dt>
    <dd>TM 65 teaches the move Shadow Claw. It can be found on the 4th floor of Celestial Tower.</dd>
    <dt>TM 66</dt>
    <dd>TM 66 teaches the move Payback. It is obtained at the northern edge of Route 16 in the tall grass behind a camper.</dd>
    <dt>TM 67</dt>
    <dd>TM 67 teaches the move Retaliate. It is given by Gym Leader Aloe after defeating her.</dd>
    <dt>TM 68</dt>
    <dd>TM 68 teaches the move Giga Impact. It can be purchased for 90,000 Pokedollars at the Route 9 department store.
    </dd>
    <dt>TM 69</dt>
    <dd>TM 69 teaches the move Rock Polish. It is given to you by a sage in Chargestone Cave.</dd>
    <dt>TM 70</dt>
    <dd>TM 70 teaches the move Flash. It is found in an alleyway of Castelia City.</dd>
    <dt>TM 71</dt>
    <dd>TM 71 teaches the move Stone Edge. It is found in Challenger's Cave.</dd>
    <dt>TM 72</dt>
    <dd>TM 72 teaches the move Volt Switch. It is given to you by Nimbasa City Gym Leader Elesa after you defeat her.</dd>
    <dt>TM 73</dt>
    <dd>TM 73 teaches the move Thunder Wave. It can be purchased for 10,000 Pokedollars at the Nimbasa City Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>TM 74</dt>
    <dd>TM 74 teaches the move Gyro Ball. It can be purchased for 10,000 Pokedollars at the Nimbasa City Pokemart.</dd>
    <dt>TM 75</dt>
    <dd>TM 75 teaches the move Swords Dance. It is gifted by a Sage in the Dreamyard.</dd>
    <dt>TM 76</dt>
    <dd>TM 76 teaches the move Struggle Bug. You receive TM 76 after defeating the Castelia City gym.</dd>
    <dt>TM 77</dt>
    <dd>TM 77 teaches the move Psych Up. It can be purchased at the Battle Subway for 48 BP.</dd>
    <dt>TM 78</dt>
    <dd>TM 78 teaches the move Bulldoze. Gym Leader Clay gives it to you as you approach Chargestone Cave.</dd>
    <dt>TM 79</dt>
    <dd>TM 79 teaches the move Frost Breath. It is obtained by defeating the Icirrus City Gym Leader, Brycen.
    </dd>
    <dt>TM 80</dt>
    <dd>TM 80 teaches the move Rock Slide. It can be found in Chargestone Cave.</dd>
    <dt>TM 81</dt>
    <dd>TM 81 teaches the move X-scissor. Cross the narrow bridge on Route 7 and you can find TM81.</dd>
    <dt>TM 82</dt>
    <dd>TM 82 teaches the move Dragon Tail. You receive TM 82 by defeating the Opelucid City gym.</dd>
    <dt>TM 83</dt>
    <dd>TM 83 teaches the move Work Up. You receive TM 83 by defeating the Striaton City gym.</dd>
    <dt>TM 84</dt>
    <dd>TM 84 teaches the move Poison Jab. It is found on Route 6.</dd>
    <dt>TM 85</dt>
    <dd>TM 85 teaches the move Dream Eater. It is found in the Dreamyard.</dd>
    <dt>TM 86</dt>
    <dd>TM 86 teaches the move Grass Knot. It can be found in Pinwheel Forest, next to the small patches of grass towards the end.</dd>
    <dt>TM 87</dt>
    <dd>TM 87 teaches the move Swagger. It can be purchased from the Battle Subway for 36 BP.</dd>
    <dt>TM 88</dt>
    <dd>TM 88 teaches the move Pluck. It can be purchased from the Battle Subway for 36 BP.</dd>
    <dt>TM 89</dt>
    <dd>TM 89 teaches the move U-turn. Deliver all three goods to Wingull on Route 13 to receive TM 89.</dd>
    <dt>TM 90</dt>
    <dd>TM 90 teaches the move Substitute. It is found on Twist Mountain (Winter only).</dd>
    <dt>TM 91</dt>
    <dd>TM 91 teaches the move Flash Cannon. It is found in the depths of Twist Mountain towards the exit.</dd>
    <dt>TM 92</dt>
    <dd>TM 92 teaches the move Trick Room. It can be found in Abundant Shrine.</dd>
    <dt>TM 93</dt>
    <dd>TM 93 teaches the move Wild Charge. It can be found inside Victory Road, on a bridge.</dd>
    <dt>TM 94</dt>
    <dd>TM 94 teaches Rock Smash. Just as you are about to enter Pinwheel Forest, speak to the Lady standing at the edge of the path and she'll give you TM 94.</dd>
    </dl>
    <dt>TM 95</dt>
    <dd>TM 95 teaches Snarl. Located in Castelia City; available only from the Lock Box, an unreleased event. The move, however, can be bred onto several Pokemon via a now released event Zoroark that knows the move.</dd>
    <p>HMs have unlimited usage and are generally harder to find than TMs as they are essential to get past various phases of the game. Below are their locations throughout the game.</p>
    <dl>
    <dt>HM 01</dt>
    <dd>HM 01 teaches the move Cut. As you exit the Striaton City Gym (after defeating the Gym leader), a girl will come and take you to her house,where she gives you HM 01.</dd>
    <dt>HM 02</dt>
    <dd> HM 02 teaches the move Fly. After defeating the Driftveil City Gym Leader Clay, head northwest to encounter Bianca. She will battle you and after defeating her, she will give you HM 02.</dd>
    <dt>HM 03</dt>
    <dd>HM 03 teaches the move Surf. It is given by Alder after you defeat Cheren on Twist Mountain.</dd>
    <dt>HM 04</dt>
    <dd>HM 04 teaches the move Strength. In Nimbasa City, talk to the blue haired person in the apartment west to the Battle Subway, and he will give you HM 04.</dd>
    <dt>HM 05</dt>
    <dd>HM 05 teaches the move Waterfall. It can be found on Route 18. Climb up the stairs and head north until you come across a narrow cliff, and you will be led to HM05.</dd>
    <dt>HM 06</dt>
    <dd>HM 06 teaches the move Dive. Outside the Pokemon Center in Undella Town, head up the steps over to the west and talk to the lady staring off into the ocean. She will give you HM 06.</dd>
    </dl>
    
  6. Tortferngatr

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    What is Mount Neji? (Error with TM 91 Flash Cannon, Japanese name used. I suspect this is Twist Mountain, but I'm not certain.)

    And what is the Tower of Heaven? (Error with TM 65 Shadow Claw, Japanese name used. Celestial Tower is the correct name for the English community.)

    And what are Cool Trainers? I thought since Gen IV they were Ace Trainers? (nitpicky error with TM 63 Embargo, explained already)

    Finally, a minor note about TM 95, Snarl, ought to be added-namely, how to obtain it if one hacks the Lock Box into your game, along with a minor quip about the event Zoroark.
  7. NixHex

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    Mt. Neji = Twist Mountain

    Tower of Heaven = Celestial Tower, indeed

    I'll fix these, thanks tortferngatr
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    I think that a better description of where TM 09 Venoshock is located would be that it is in the area under the Hiker on Route 15. The current description is a bit confusing, because there is no item behind either of the Pokemon Rangers on Route 15.
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