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* Up until {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, this was the only multiple-[[generation]] HM that is not truly required to move on.
 
* Up until {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, this was the only multiple-[[generation]] HM that is not truly required to move on.
 
* In Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, HM05 has the item sprite of a {{type2|Water}} HM, even though {{m|Defog}} is a {{type2|Flying}} move.
 
* In Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, HM05 has the item sprite of a {{type2|Water}} HM, even though {{m|Defog}} is a {{type2|Flying}} move.
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:It is possible this is because its Heart Gold and Soul Silver 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 {{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.
   

Revision as of 02:39, 15 September 2009

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:

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Trivia

It is possible this is because its Heart Gold and Soul Silver 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.
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