Pokemon Red Blue Yellow HMs and TMs Locations Guide

By   /   Mar 1, 2016
Pokemon Red, Blue and Yellow

Pokemon TMs and HMs are basically machines that can teach Pokemon various moves. Pokemon TM stands for Technical Machine which is essentially a CD that can be given to Pokemon in order to teach them different moves.

Pokemon HMs; on the other hand, stand for Hidden Machines which are almost identical to Pokemon TMs with a couple of differences. This guide details everything you need to know about HMs and TMs in Pokemon Red, Yellow, and Blue.

While the Pokemon HMs can be taught to multiple Pokemon, a TM can only be taught to one Pokemon at a time. However, one thin to note here is that TMs can be bought multiple times and can be taught to various Pokemon.

Pokemon Red Blue Yellow HMs and TMs Locations

You need to make sure that both a TM and a Pokemon must be compatible with each other, otherwise the move will not be learnt! This guide details the locations of all TMs and HMs in Pokemon Red, Yellow, and Blue along with the buying cost of the purchasable ones:

Pokemon Red Blue Yellow TMs Locations

TM #1 – Mega Punch
You can acquire this TM from the Celadon Dept. Store and Mt. Moon for 3000 and sold for 1500.

TM #2 – Razor Wind
You can acquire this TM from the Celadon Dept. Store and Rocket Hideout for 2000 and sold for 1000.

TM #3 – Swords Dance
You can acquire this TM from the Silph Company Building 7F.

TM #4 – Whirlwind
Allowing you to escape from battle, this TM can be acquired from Route 4.

TM #5 – Mega Kick
You can acquire this TM from the Celadon Dept. Store and Victory Road for 3000 and sold for 1500.

TM #6 – Toxic
You can acquire this TM from the Fuchsia City Gym.

TM #7 – Horn Drill
You can acquire this TM from the Celadon Dept. Store and Rocket Hideout for 2000 and sold for 1000.

TM #8 – Body Slam
You can acquire this TM from the S.S. Anne.

TM #9 – Take-Down
You can acquire this TM from the Celadon Dept. Store and Silph Co. Building for 3000 and sold for 1500.

TM #10 – Double-Edge
You can acquire this TM from the Rocket Hideout.

TM #11 – Bubble Beam
You can acquire this TM from the Cerulean City Gym.

TM #12 – Water Gun
You can acquire this TM from the Mt. Moon.

TM #13 – Ice Beam
You can acquire this TM from the Get from girl in Celadon Dept. store.

TM #14 – Blizzard
You can acquire this TM from the Cinnabar Island’s Pokemon Mansion.

TM #15 – Hyper Beam
You can acquire this TM from the Celadon City Casino.

TM #16 – Pay Day
You can acquire this TM from the Route 12.

TM #17 – Submission
You can acquire this TM from the Celadon Dept. Store and Victory Road for 3000 and sold for 1500.

TM #18 – Counter
You can acquire this TM from the Celadon Dept. Store (receive for free on third floor).

TM #19 – Seismic Toss
You can acquire this TM from the Route 25.

TM #20 – Rage
You can acquire this TM from the Route 15.

TM #21 – Mega Drain
You can acquire this TM from the Celadon City Gym.

TM #22 – Solarbeam
You can acquire this TM from the Cinnabar Island’s Pokemon Mansion.

TM #23 – Dragon Rage
You can acquire this TM from the Celadon City Casino.

TM #24 – Thunderbolt
You can acquire this TM from the Vermilion City Gym.

TM #25 – Thunder
You can acquire this TM from the Power Plant.

TM #26 – Earthquake
You can acquire this TM from the Silph Company Building.

TM #27 – Fissure
You can acquire this TM from the Viridian City Gym.

TM #28 – Dig
Allowing you to escape from caves, , this TM can be acquired from Burglarized House inside Cerulean City.

TM #29 – Psychic
You can acquire this TM from the Saffron City’s Mr. Psychic.

TM #30 – Teleport
Allowing you to teleport to entrance, this TM can be acquired from Route 9.

TM #31 – Mimic
You can acquire this TM from the Saffron City. You need to give the Poke Doll to copycat girl.

TM #32 – Double Team
You can acquire this TM from the Safari Zone; Area #3 and Celadon Dept. Store.

TM #33 – Reflect
You can acquire this TM from the Celadon Dept. Store and Power Plant for 1000 and sold for 500.

TM #34 – Bide
You can acquire this TM from the Pewter City Gym.

TM #35 – Metronome
You can acquire this TM from the Cinnabar Island.

TM #36 – Self Destruct
You can acquire this TM from the Silph Company Building.

TM #37 – Egg Bomb
You can acquire this TM from the Celadon Dept. Store and Safari Zone – Area #1.

TM #38 – Fire Blast
You can acquire this TM from the Cinnabar Island Gym.

TM #39 – Swift
You can acquire this TM from the Route 12.

TM #40 – Skull Bash
You can acquire this TM from the Safari Zone – from the Area #2.

TM #41 – Softboiled
You can acquire this TM from the Celadon City behind the pond.

TM #42 – Dream Eater
You can acquire this TM from the Viridian City behind the bushes.

TM #43 – Sky Attack
You can acquire this TM from the Victory Road.

TM #44 – Rest
You can acquire this TM from the S.S. Anne.

TM #45 – Thunder Wave
You can acquire this TM from the Route 24.

TM #46 – Psywave
You can acquire this TM from the Saffron City Gym.

TM #47 – Explosion
You can acquire this TM from the Victory Road.

TM #48 – Rock Slide
You can acquire this TM from the Get from girl in Celadon Dept. store.

TM #49 – Tri Attack
You can acquire this TM from the Get from girl in Celadon Dept. store.

TM #50 – Substitute
You can acquire this TM from the Celadon City Casino.

Pokemon Red Blue Yellow HMs Locations

The following HMs can be found in the game and the technique can be taught to multiple Pokemon in the game:

HM #1 – Cut
This HM allows you to cut down trees and can be found inside S.S. Anne – Vermilion City.

HM #2 – Fly
This HM allows you to warp to towns and can be found at Route 16.

HM #3 – Surf
This HM allows you to swim and can be found inside Safari Zone – Fuchsia City.

HM #4 – Strength
This HM allows you to push rocks and can be found inside Fuchsia City – Safari Zone warden.

HM #5 – Flash
This HM allows you to Light up darkness and can be found inside Route 2.

Found anything missing or confusing? Let us know in the comments section below!

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