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* HM05 is the only HM and only machine move so far that has changed moves within a generation, from Defog in Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum to {{m|Whirlpool}} in HeartGold and SoulSilver.
 
* HM05 is the only HM and only machine move so far that has changed moves within a generation, from Defog in Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum to {{m|Whirlpool}} in HeartGold and SoulSilver.
 
* HM05 has contained the most different moves of any HM, teaching four different moves throughout the series. Due to its changing moves mid-generation as mentioned above, it is also the only machine that has contained four different moves (the maximum possible) that contained the same move for more than one generation.
 
* HM05 has contained the most different moves of any HM, teaching four different moves throughout the series. Due to its changing moves mid-generation as mentioned above, it is also the only machine that has contained four different moves (the maximum possible) that contained the same move for more than one generation.
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** Interestingly, two of the moves it has contained are the two HM moves which first appeared as HMs in [[Generation II]].
   
 
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Revision as of 19:33, 6 December 2010

HMs are multiple use TMs that serve a purpose out of battle, as well as being moves for in-battle use; however, in order to use an HM's purpose out of battle, a Gym Badge is required. HM05 is:

This HM was not available before Generation IV
Generation I
Bag HM Normal Sprite.png Flash
Location Badge
RBY Route 2 Boulder Badge.png Boulder Badge
Generation II
Bag HM Normal Sprite.png Flash
Location Badge
GSC Sprout Tower Zephyr Badge.png Zephyr Badge
Generation III
Bag HM Normal Sprite.png Flash
Location Badge
RSE Granite Cave Knuckle Badge.png Knuckle Badge
FRLG Route 2 Boulder Badge.png Boulder Badge
Generation IV
Bag HM Flying Sprite.png Defog*
Bag HM Water Sprite.png Whirlpool*
Location Badge
DP Great Marsh Fen Badge.png Fen Badge
Pt Solaceon Ruins Relic Badge.png Relic Badge
HGSS Team Rocket HQ Glacier Badge.png Glacier Badge
Generation V
Bag HM Water Sprite.png Waterfall
Location
BW Nuvema Town
B2W2 Unknown
This HM was not available in Generation V
Generation VI
Bag HM Normal VI Sprite.png Struggle
Location Badge
XY Unknown Unknown
ORAS Unknown Unknown
This HM was not available in Generation VI
Mystery Dungeon
Bag HM Normal Sprite.png Flash
Location Sell price
RB Currently Unknown 1 Poké
TDS Currently Unknown 1 Poké
WiiWare Currently Unknown 1 Poké


Trivia

  • In Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, HM05 has the item sprite of a Template:Type2 HM, even though Defog is a Template:Type2 move. It is possible that this is because Defog's HeartGold and SoulSilver counterpart, Whirlpool, is a Water-type move.
  • HM05 is the only HM and only machine move so far that has changed moves within a generation, from Defog in Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum to Whirlpool in HeartGold and SoulSilver.
  • HM05 has contained the most different moves of any HM, teaching four different moves throughout the series. Due to its changing moves mid-generation as mentioned above, it is also the only machine that has contained four different moves (the maximum possible) that contained the same move for more than one generation.
    • Interestingly, two of the moves it has contained are the two HM moves which first appeared as HMs in Generation II.
HM04
Hidden Machines
HM06