TM100

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TM100
わざマシン100
Move Machine 100
Bag None Sprite.png
TM100
Pokémon Global Link artwork
Introduced in Generation VI
Pocket
Generation VI Bag TMs and HMs pocket icon.png TMs and HMs
Generation VII Bag TMs pocket icon.png TMs (SMUSUM)
Generation VIII Bag TMs pocket icon.png TMs
Generation IX Bag TMs pocket icon.png TMs

TM100 (Japanese: わざマシン100 Move Machine 100) is a TM introduced in Generation VI. 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 core series games

Generation VI

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

Bag TM Normal Sprite.png Confide
Location Purchase price Sell price
XY Coumarine City N/A N/A
ORAS Slateport City PokémonDollar.png5,000 N/A

Generation VII

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

Bag TM Normal Sprite.png Confide
Location Purchase price Sell price
SM Hau'oli Cemetery N/A N/A
USUM Hau'oli Cemetery N/A N/A


Generation VIII

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

Bag TM Normal Sprite.png Rock Climb
Location Purchase price Sell price
BDSP Route 217, Battle Tower, Grand Underground merchant 32 BP
Bag Red Sphere S Sprite.png×15 or 18
Bag Green Sphere S Sprite.png×15 or 18
Bag Blue Sphere S Sprite.png×15 or 18
Bag Prism Sphere S Sprite.png×8 or 10BD/5 or 8SP
Bag Pale Sphere S Sprite.png×5 or 8BD/8 or 10SP
PokémonDollar.png1,000

In Pokémon Sword and Shield, TM00 exists in place of TM100.

Generation IX

In Generation IX, TMs can only be used once.

Bag TM Dragon Sprite.png Dragon Dance
Location Purchase price Sell price
SV Area Zero, Inlet Grotto, North Province (Area Two), West Province (Area One), TM Machine 5,000 LP
Bag TM Material Sprite.png Tatsugiri Scales ×3
Bag TM Material Sprite.png Gible Scales ×3
Bag TM Material Sprite.png Noibat Fur ×3
PokémonDollar.png5,000
SVID Blueberry Academy Store 25 BP N/A

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.

In Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, some TMs can only be used once while rainbow-colored TMs can be used any number of times.

In Rescue Team DX, TMs can only be used once. Whilst the available TMs are the same as those in Pokémon Sun and Moon, the TM list order is the same as for Super Mystery Dungeon (that is, in the TM order for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire), with newly added TMs added to the end of the list.

Bag TM Normal Sprite.png Confide
Location Purchase price Sell price
SMD Kecleon Shops 1084 Poké currency VI Sprite.png 109 Poké currency VI Sprite.png
MDRTDX Treasure Boxes 1600 Poké currency VI Sprite.png 320 Poké currency VI Sprite.png


TM99
Technical Machines
TM101
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