TM064

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TM064
わざマシン064
Move Machine 064
Bag None Sprite.png
TM064
Pokémon Global Link artwork
Introduced in Generation IV
Pocket
Generation IV Bag TMs and HMs HGSS pocket icon.png TMs and HMs
Generation V Bag TMs and HMs HGSS pocket icon.png TMs and HMs
Generation VI Bag TMs and HMs HGSS pocket icon.png TMs and HMs
Generation VII Bag TMs and HMs HGSS pocket icon.png TMs (SMUSUM)
Generation VIII Bag TMs and HMs HGSS pocket icon.png TMs
Generation IX Bag TMs and HMs HGSS pocket icon.png TMs

TM064 (Japanese: わざマシン064 Move Machine 064), known as TM64 prior to Generation IX, is a TM introduced in Generation IV. It teaches a compatible Pokémon a move. The move it teaches depends on the game. For compatibility, refer to the move's page.


In the series core games

Generation IV

In Generation IV, TMs can only be used once.

Bag TM Normal Sprite.png Explosion
Location Purchase price Sell price
DPPt Veilstone Game Corner N/A PokémonDollar.png3750
HGSS Underground Path (Kanto Routes 5–6) Trade RageCandyBar PokémonDollar.png3750

Generation V

In Generation V, TMs can be used any number of times.

Bag TM Normal Sprite.png Explosion
Location Purchase price Sell price
BW Battle Subway 48BP N/A
B2W2 Battle Subway, Pokémon World Tournament 24BP N/A

Generation VI

In Generation VI, TMs can be used any number of times.

Bag TM Normal Sprite.png Explosion
Location Purchase price Sell price
XY Battle Maison 48 BP N/A
ORAS Sky Pillar N/A N/A

Generation VII

In Generation VII, TMs can be used any number of times.

Bag TM Normal Sprite.png Explosion
Location Purchase price Sell price
SM Ten Carat Hill N/A N/A
USUM Ten Carat Hill N/A N/A


Generation VIII

In Pokémon Sword and Shield, TMs can be used any number of times.

Bag TM Ice Sprite.png Avalanche
Location Purchase price Sell price
SwSh Route 9 N/A N/A


In Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, TMs can only be used once.

Bag TM Normal Sprite.png Explosion
Location Purchase price Sell price
BDSP Grand Underground merchant Bag Red Sphere L Sprite.png×8 or 10
Bag Green Sphere L Sprite.png×8 or 10
Bag Blue Sphere L Sprite.png×8 or 10
Bag Prism Sphere L Sprite.png×5 or 8BD/3 or 5SP
Bag Pale Sphere L Sprite.png×3 or 5BD/5 or 8SP
PokémonDollar.png3,750

Generation IX

In Generation IX, TMs can only be used once.

Bag TM Fighting Sprite.png Bulk Up
Location Purchase price Sell price
SV Alfornada, Asado Desert, Caph Squad's Base, South Province (Area Two), TM Machine 3,000 LP
Bag TM Material Sprite.png Makuhita Sweat ×3
Bag TM Material Sprite.png Axew Scales ×3
PokémonDollar.png3,000

In the spin-off games

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series

TMs in the Mystery Dungeon series are named only by the move they teach. For example, MDBag TM RTRB Sprite.pngAttract is the item that teaches the move Attract. Most TMs, however, correspond to a TM in the core series' contemporaneous games.

TMs in Explorers of Time, Darkness, and Sky can only be used once before becoming Used TMs. In Gates to Infinity, TMs can be used any number of times. In Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, some TMs can only be used once while rainbow-colored TMs can be used any number of times.

Bag TM Normal Sprite.png Explosion
Location Purchase price Sell price
MDT Trade, A-OK Mail, Wonder Mail, Friend Rescue 6500 MDBag Poké TDS Sprite.png 250 MDBag Poké TDS Sprite.png
MDDS Apple Woods, Mt. Horn, Foggy Forest, Steam Cave, Amp Plains, Crystal Cave, Crystal Crossing, Chasm Cave, Dark Hill, Sealed Ruin, Dusk Forest*, Deep Dusk Forest, Treeshroud Forest, Brine Cave, Hidden Land, Temporal Tower*, Mystifying Forest, Blizzard Island, Surrounded Sea, Miracle Sea, Spacial Rift, Dark Crater, Concealed Ruins, Bottomless Sea, Mystery Jungle, Lake Afar, Happy Outlook, Mt. Mistral, Shimmer Hill, Lost Wilderness, Midnight Forest, Zero Isle North B31-B74FD, Zero Isle East, Zero Isle West, Zero Isle South, Final Maze
Kecleon Shops (Mystifying ForestD*, Mt. TravailD, Concealed Ruins, Mystery Jungle, Lake Afar*, Happy OutlookD*, Mt. MistralD*, Shimmer HillD*, Midnight ForestD*, Zero Isle East, Zero Isle West, Zero Isle South B1-B89F, Destiny TowerS, Oblivion ForestS, Treacherous WatersS, Southeastern IslandsS, Inferno CaveS)
Monster Houses (Amp Plains, Quicksand Cave, Crystal Cave, Crystal Crossing, Sealed Ruin, Treeshroud Forest, Hidden Land, Temporal Tower*, Mystifying Forest, Blizzard Island, Crevice Cave, Surrounded Sea, Miracle Sea, Mt. Travail, The Nightmare, Spacial Rift, Dark Crater, Concealed Ruins, Marine Resort, Bottomless Sea, Shimmer Desert, Mt. Avalanche, Giant Volcano, World Abyss, Mystery Jungle, Serenity River, Landslide Cave, Labyrinth Cave, Zero Isle West, Zero Isle South, Star CaveS, Sky Peak Mountain PathS, Murky ForestS, Eastern CaveS, Fortune RavineS, Spring CaveS, Southern JungleS, Boulder QuarryS, Limestone CavernS, Barren ValleyS, Spacial CliffsS, Dark Ice MountainS, Vast Ice MountainS)
Treasure Town Kecleon Wares
Job rewards (C-B, S-★9)
Hidden Stairs (Lake Afar, Zero Isle East, Oblivion Forest, Treacherous Waters, Southeastern Islands, Inferno Cave)S
Spinda's Café (Silver Ticket big win; Gold Ticket big win; Prism Ticket win)S
Sometimes received as a reward from Numel found on Sky Peak Mountain PathS
6500 MDBag Poké TDS Sprite.png 250 MDBag Poké TDS Sprite.png
MDBSL ? N/A N/A
MDGtI ? 1410 Poké currency V.png N/A
SMD Kecleon Shops 1152 Poké currency VI Sprite.png 116 Poké currency VI Sprite.png


TM063
Technical Machines
TM065
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