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Generation VI: In PSMD, HMs only functionally TMs, but they do show differences. Minor wording.
===Generation VI===
In [[Pokémon X and Y]] and {{g|Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire}}, TMs continued to be multiple-use items. [[Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon]], however, has both types of TMs, where regular ones can only be used once, and rainbow colored ones have infinite use, andwith all HMs arebeing TMsfunctionally insteaddifferent-colored TMs. Most TMs contained the same moves that they did in Generation V, with the exceptions of [[TM19]], [[TM51]], [[TM83]], and [[TM88]]. Five more TMs were added, bringing the number of TMs up to an even 100. As there are only five HM moves in Generation VI, there are now 105 machine-learnable moves. In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, two more HMs were added. Additionally, {{TM|94|Rock Smash}} in X and Y was changed to {{m|Secret Power}} to reflect the fact that Rock Smash was an HM once again. This is the only time a TM has changed in the middle of a generation. As a result, there are now 107 machine-learnable moves.
===Generation VII===

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