How to get hm cut in pokémon x and y

Cut (HM01) is a normal type move that appeared first in Generation I to Generation VI. In Generation, I to III Cut is used to removing obstacles such as trees that block your way. Cut is a very useful move that can be also obtained through cheats or finding the item on its location.

How to get hm cut in pokémon x and y

Regarding learnset, Kartana is the only Pokemon that can learn cut by leveling up while most Pokemon can have cut by HM. Kartana is found only in Generation VII.

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Now, what Pokemon can learn cut? There are plenty of Pokemon who can able to learn cut; here are they.

List of Pokemon Who Can Learn Cut

IMPORTANT: Generation 7 Pokemon can only learn Cut move when taught from the previous generations and then transferred to Pokemon Sun and Moon.

wdt_ID ID Pokemon Generations Type
1 1 Bulbasaur 1-7 Grass/Poison
2 2 Ivysaur 1-7 Grass/Poison
3 3 Venusaur 1-7 Grass/Poison
4 4 Charmander 1-7 Fire
5 5 Charmeleon 1-7 Fire
6 6 Charizard 1-7 Fire/Flying
7 15 Beedrill 1-7 Bug/Poison
8 19 Rattata 3-7 Normal
9 20 Raticate 2-7 Normal
10 27 Sandshrew 1-7 Ground
ID Pokemon Generations Type

Cut (HM01) Locations

  • (Gen. I) Pokemon Red & Blue/Yellow – S.S. Anne
  • (Gen. II) Pokemon Gold & Silver/Crystal – Ilex Forest
  • (Gen. III) Pokemon Red&Sapphire/Emerald- Rustboro City
  • (Gen. III) Pokemon FireRed/LeafGreen – S.S. Anne
  • (Gen. IV) Diamond & Pearl/Platinum – Eterna City
  • (Gen. IV) HeartGold and SoulSilver- Ilex Forest
  • (Gen. V) Black & White – Striaton City
  • (Gen. V) Black 2 & White 2 – Virbank City
  • (Gen. VI) Pokemon X & Y – Parfum Palace
  • (Gen. VI) Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire – Rustboro City


The HM Cut is a must-move for every Pokemon player, and it brings an enormous help not only in cutting down blocking trees but also during a battle. Plenty of Pokemon can learn cut and not just the grass type Pokemon.

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The first six generations of Pokémon games required different Pokémon to carry HM moves in order to progress, and some could use more than others.

There was a time when HMs were the bane of Pokémon fans around the globe, but there were certain Pokémon that acted as HM mules, to save the player time. Pokémon can learn moves by leveling up, but there are some moves that require the aid of higher education.

It’s possible to teach Pokémon new moves with the aid of Hidden Machines and Technical Machines. The main difference between the two is that HM moves were used to progress (or make it easier to progress) in the game world, while TM moves were mostly reserved for battle. The problem with Hidden Machine moves is that they took up precious slots that could be used for powerful attacks or useful buffs.

One way in which players used to mitigate the messing around with HM moves was finding a Pokémon that could learn many of them at once, and only use them when traveling the overworld. HM move functionality was finally phased out in Pokémon Sun & Moon, but there were still six generations of games where players used a HM mule (preferably one caught near the start of the game) to carry moves like Cut, Strength, and Surf, so that more important party members didn’t need to.

HM Mules In Pokémon Red & Blue

The best HM mule in the first generation of Pokémon video games was Krabby/Kingler, as it could learn Cut, Strength, and Surf at the same time. The player can catch a Krabby as soon as they acquire the Super Rod from the Fishing Guru on Route 12. They can then catch a Krabby on Route 6, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 24, and 25, as well as Cerulean City, Vermilion City, Fuchsia City, and the Safari Zone. There is technically a better HM mule, as Dragonite can learn all of the same moves as Kingler, as well as Fly, but it’s such a late-game Pokémon that it’s useless in this role, unless the player is willing to grind and use a rare and powerful Pokémon for a menial task.

HM Mules In Pokémon Gold & Silver

Pokémon Gold & Silver introduced more HMs, some of which were only used a handful of times. Krabby/Kingler are the best HM mules for use throughout the game, as this time, Krabby can be caught with the Old Rod in locations like Route 40. Like in Pokémon Red & Blue, Krabby can learn Cut, Strength, and Surf. It can also learn Rock Smash, which is still a TM in this generation, but it’s very useful.

The player will eventually need to use a Pokémon that has Surf, Waterfall, and Whirlpool. There are lots of options available for this, but the game hands the player one, in the form of the Red Gyarados, assuming the player isn’t keeping them as a regular team member.

HM Mules In Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire

The HM line-up was changed in Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire, as Rock Smash was promoted to HM, while Whirpool was replaced with Dive. The game hands the player an incredible HM mule near the start of the story, as there are Zigzagoon to catch in most early routes throughout the Hoenn region. Zigzagzoon evolves into Linoone, which can learn Cut, Rock Smash, Strength, and Surf. For the Water-type HMs, the player can catch a Goldeen on Route 102 with an Old Rod and evolve it into a Seaking, which can use Surf, Waterfall, and Dive.

HM Mules In Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen

The player returned to Kanto in Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen, but the Krabby line was taking a vacation in this generation. The best HM mules are Nidoking and Nidoqueen, which can evolve from their respective previous Pokémon by using a Moon Stone. Nidoking and Nidoqueen have access to more HM moves in Gen III, as they can use Cut, Rock Smash, Strength, and Surf.

Pokémon Diamond & Pearl

The HM lineup was changed once more in Pokémon Diamond & Pearl, as Defog was added (and barely used), while Rock Climb was added as HM 08. The Sinnoh region pulls a similar trick to the Hoenn region, as Pokémon Diamond & Pearl provide the player with a great HM mule at the start of the game. The player can catch a Bidoof on nearly every route at the start of the game. Bidoof evolves into Bibarel, which can use Cut, Rock Climb, Rock Smash, and Surf. For the Water-type HMs, a Buizel can be caught on Route 5. This can evolve into Floatzel at level 26, and it can learn Surf, Rock Smash, Strength, Waterfall.

Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver

The age of Krabby/Kingler is well and truly over, as the return to the Johto region sees Nidoking/Nidoqueen return as the best HM mules. Their base forms can be caught in Route 35 and 36, while the Moon Stone can be found in the Ruins of Alph or held by wild Clefairy. Nidoking and Nidoqueen can learn Cut, Rock Climb, Strength, and Surf. The Red Gyarados returns as the perfect HM mule for the Water-type HMs that are needed later on in the game.

Pokémon Black & White

The number of HMs was reduced to six in the Unova region, but it became harder to find good HM mules early on, due to the fishing rods being combined into one item and saved for the late game. Luckily, HMs weren’t used nearly as often for mandatory story progression. In Pokémon Black & White, the Oshawatt line can evolve into Samurott, which can learn Cut, Strength, Surf, or Dive/Waterfall. The player can also catch a Panpour in Pinwheel Forest, which can evolve into Simipour, and that can learn Surf, Waterfall, and Dive.

Pokémon Black 2 & White 2

Pokémon Black 2 & White 2 made things a lot easier for players, as they could catch a Psyduck at the Flocessy Ranch. This could evolve into Golduck, which could learn Surf, Strength, Waterfall, and Dive.

Pokémon X & Y

The Kalos region dropped the number of HMs to five, bringing down to a core group of Cut, Fly, Surf, Strength, and Waterfall. Rock Smash was reduced to being a TM again, but it was still useful. It was possible to find an amazing HM mule at the start of Pokémon X & Y, as Pancham could be found on Route 5. Pancham (and its evolution) could use Cut, Rock Smash, Surf, and Strength.

Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire

The might of the Zigzagoon line returned when players went back to the Hoenn region, as Linoon is still the best HM mule of the region. Linoone can learn Cut, Rock Smash, Surf, and Strength. The player can also catch a Goldeen on Route 102 with an Old Rod, which can be evolved onto a Seaking. An HM mule Seaking can learn Surf, Dive, and Waterfall.

Hi, I, like some others, do not have the game yet, but am starting to plan my team. I have heard many rumors that say that the use of HMs has been slimed down a ton. I was wondering how much that meant, specifically on HMs like surf or strength which seem to have come up a lot in past games. Would one need to have someone on their team with surf or strength, assuming they are willing to switch out a pokemon every once and a while for a route here and there, similar to HMs like waterfall or dive in the past? Thanks a ton!


Member since ’09
  • Oct 16, 2013
  • #2

RE: HM Usage

This generation, and the last one seem to have both slimmed down on the use of HMs, often times you’ll see them just after you get them, but not ever again until Victory Road. After the defeating the 7th gym, I have used only one HM, Surf, and I’ve only used that once. You should be fine switching out Pokemon for a route to use the HMs and shouldn’t need to work the HMs into your team.

Keeper of Night

Nobody Special
  • Oct 16, 2013
  • #3

RE: HM Usage

Surf and Waterfall are really the only necessary ones (I think?). However, Cut gets you important items at times, and Strength is extremely helpful for opening up shortcuts. Rock Smash is no longer an HM (thank goodness). Then of course there’s Fly.

I highly recommend catching a Hawlucha. It learns Fly, Strength, Cut, and Rock Smash. So even if you don’t want your pokémon clogged with HMs, having this one guy can open every path in the game. Surf and Waterfall aren’t bad moves, and you could probably teach them to whatever Water type you were planning on using (I taught them to Blastoise).


Aspiring Trainer
  • Oct 16, 2013
  • #4

RE: HM Usage

I didn’t beat the game without Surf and Strength in one area but it may have been able to be done without them. Either way, they were definitely not needed the whole game.

Five HMs are required for completing the games: Surf, Strength, Rock Smash, Waterfall, and Dive. While Cut is not required anymore, it can still be used to access optional areas.

Where do I get the cut TM?

You receive the “Cut” HM from the captain of the S.S. Anne in Vermilion City, so you must first travel to Cerulean City before you can begin. Go all the way up to the Nugget Bridge. This bridge is near the top of Cerulean City.

Are HMs in Pokemon Y?

The best HM Slave in the history of Pokemon, and one that’s available in X and Y, is Bibarel, the evolved form of Bidoof. This Pokemon can learn every known HM with the exception of Fly, and it evolves at Level 15, so it needs little training to evolve! Another good HM slave is Pangoro.

Is rock smash needed in Pokemon Y?

Strenght is there for making shortcuts and Rock smash and Waterfall is there for gaing extra items! Technically, yes.

What Pokémon should I give cut to?

The 10 Best Pokemon To Learn Cut

  • 10 Farfetch’d.
  • 9 Treeko.
  • 8 Rattata.
  • 7 Bidoof.
  • 6 Scyther.
  • 5 Kingler.
  • 4 Greninja.
  • 3 Crobat.

Which TM is cut?

Cut (Japanese: いあいぎり Iai Cut) is a damage-dealing Normal-type move introduced in Generation I. It was HM01 prior to Generation VII. In Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, it was the signature move of Kartana….Cut (move)

Type Normal
Category Physical
PP 30 (max. 48)
Power 50
Accuracy 95%

What Pokemon uses cut?

Cut is a useful HM both for use inside and outside of Pokemon battles. Fans can use the powerful move to defeat enemies but also to chop down trees that may stand in their way within the video games….The 10 Best Pokemon To Learn Cut

  • 10 Farfetch’d.
  • 9 Treeko.
  • 8 Rattata.
  • 7 Bidoof.
  • 6 Scyther.
  • 5 Kingler.
  • 4 Greninja.
  • 3 Crobat.

When you have access to Dendemille Town, Sycamore will approach you beside a house. That house, which is near the Pokemon Center, is the house where the Move Deleter is. Talk to him and he will delete one of your Pokemon’s moves.

Can HM’s be forgotten?

HM moves cannot be forgotten by Pokémon under normal circumstances in the games in which they are HMs, even if they are not learned via HM. They can be deleted by the Move Deleter, although Surf cannot be deleted in Pokémon Emerald if the Pokémon is the only one in the player’s party or PC that knows the move.

Can a Pokémon forget an Hm?

Those restrictions aside, the Move Deleter is the only way for a Pokémon to forget HM moves such as Cut or Fly besides exploiting the Day Care.

How tall is Buzzwole?

What is the HM count in Pokemon X and Y?

Hidden Machines (HMs) in X/Y Pokémon X & Y strips back the HM count to just five, using the same first five as Generation 5. Below are all the Pokémon in the Kalos Pokédex with green ticks showing which HMs each can learn. The dex numbers include the Pokédex region – Central, Coastal, and Mountain.

Is there a TM number list for Pokemon X and Y?

This has not changed at all in Pokémon X and Y. This list covers the TM number, location, and (where applicable) cost of the many TMs in Pokémon X and Y. If in doubt, refer to this list to locate a move.

How do you find a move in Pokemon X and Y?

This list covers the TM number, location, and (where applicable) cost of the many TMs in Pokémon X and Y. If in doubt, refer to this list to locate a move. You can find a particular move by hitting CTRL + F or Command + F, depending on your OS, and entering the name of the move.

What is the Pokemon X & Y Kalos Pokédex?

Pokémon X & Y strips back the HM count to just five, using the same first five as Generation 5. Below are all the Pokémon in the Kalos Pokédex with green ticks showing which HMs each can learn. The dex numbers include the Pokédex region – Central, Coastal, and Mountain. The Pokémon can be filtered by ticking the checkboxes.

Tired of the usual moves you use in Pokemon X and Y? Do you want to know every possible skill for your Pokemon team? Our guide will show you where to find all 100 TM (Technical Machines) hidden in the game and the 5 special HM (Hidden Machines)!

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HM01-Cut- In a pokeball in the garden behind the Golden Palace.

HM02-Flight- Talk to Professor Sycamore at Coumarine City’s Train Station.

HM03-Surf- After passing the gym in Shalour City you will be supplied by Serena/Calem on your way to Route 12.

HM04-Strength- You’ll be provided by Lino, Cyllage City’s gym manager, as you head up the paved hill where the gym is located.

HM05-Waterfall- In Route 19, you will be provided by Shauna, Trevor and Found after defeating them.


TM01-Hone Claws- Route 5.

TM02-Dragon Claw- Victory Road.

TM03-Psicoshock- Victory Road.

TM04-Calm mind- Gym of Anistar City.

TM05-Roar- After finishing the game, it will be one of the prizes of the Battle Maison in Kiloude City.

TM06-Toxic- Route 14.

TM07-Hail- Pokemon Market in Shalour City.

TM08-Bulk Up- Snowbelle City.

TM09-Velenoshock- Route 6.

TM10-Hidden Power- Anistar Citys.

TM11-Sunny Day- Pokemon Market in Lumiose City ( Southern Boulevard ).

TM12-Taunt- Lysandre Labs.

TM13-Ice Beam- Snowbelle City Gym.

TM14-Blizzard- Pokemon Market in Anistar Citys.

TM15- Hyper-beam- Pokemon Market in Anistar Citys.

TM16-Light Screen- In the only city reachable after the end of the game, Kiloude City, inside the Pokemon Center.

TM17-Protect- Reggia Aurea.

TM18-Rain Dance- Pokemon Market in Lumiose City ( Southern Boulevard ).

TM19-TrespoloRoost- Route 8.

TM20-Safe guard- Pokemon Market in Shalour City.

TM21-Frustration- Trait d’Union Cave.

TM22-Solar Beam- Route 21.

TM23-Smack Down- After finishing the game, it will be one of the prizes at the Battle Maison in Kiloude City.

TM24-Thuderbolt- Gym of Lumiose City.

TM25-Thunder- Pokemon Market of Anistar City.

TM26-Earthquake- Route 22.

TM27-Return- In Lumiose City, on the way to Route 4.

TM28-Dig – Pokemon Market of Shalour City.

TM29-Psychic- Pokémon Village.

TM30-Shadow ball- Terminus Cave.

TM31-Brick Break- Terminus Cave.

TM32-Double Team- Anistar Citys.

TM33-Reflect- In the only city reachable after the end of the game, Kiloude City, inside the Pokemon Center.

TM34-Sludge Wave- After finishing the game, it will be one of the prizes of the Battle Maison in Kiloude City.

TM35-Flame Thrower- Anistar City.

TM36-Sludge Bomb – Route 19.

TM37-Sandstorm- Pokemon Market in Shalour City.

TM38-Fire Blast- Pokemon Market in Anistar Citys.

TM39-Rock Tomb- Cyllage City Gym.

TM40-Aerial Ace- Connecting Cave.

TM41-Torment- Laverre Town.

TM42-Facade- Dendemill Town.

TM43-Flame Charge- Kalos power Plant.

TM44-Rest- Hotel Cyllage.

TM45-Attract- Route 12.

TM46-Thief- Camphrier Town.

TM47-Low Sweep- Shalour City ( Tower of Mastery ).

TM48-Round- After finishing the game, it will be one of the prizes of the Battle Maison in Kiloude City.

TM49-Echoed Voice- Lumiose City ( Grand Hotel ).

TM50-Overheat- In the only city reachable after the end of the game, Kiloude City, inside the Pokemon Center.

TM51-Steel wing- After finishing the game, it will be one of the prizes of the Battle Maison in Kiloude City.

TM52- Focus Blast- Pokemon Market in Anistar Citys.

TM53-Energy Ball- Route 20.

TM54-False Swipe – A Lumiose City, in the Pokemon laboratory of Professor Sycamore.

TM55-Scald- Couriway Hotel.

TM56-Fling – Lost Hotel.

TM57- Charge Beam- Route 13.

TM58-Sky Drop- After finishing the game in Kiloude City.

TM59-Incinerate- After finishing the game, it will be one of the prizes of the Battle Maison in Kiloude City.

TM60-Quash- After finishing the game, it will be one of the prizes of the Battle Maison in Kiloude City.

TM61-Will-O-Wisp- Route 14.

TM62-Acrobatics- Coumarine City.

TM63-Embargo- Coumarine City

TM64-Explosion- After finishing the game, it will be one of the prizes of the Battle Maison in Kiloude City.

TM65-Shadow Claw- Glittering Cavern.

TM66- Payback -Geonsenge Town.

TM67-Retaliate- After finishing the game, it will be one of the prizes of the Battle Maison in Kiloude City.

TM68-Giga Impact- In the Pokemon Center in Kiloude City.

TM69-Rock Polish – Route 11.

TM70-Flash- Reflection Cave.

TM71-Stone Edge- Frost Cavern.

TM72-Volt Switch- After finishing the game, it will be one of the prizes of the Battle Maison in Kiloude City.

TM73-Thunder Wave- Route 10.

TM74-Gyro Ball- Reflection Cave.

TM75-Sword Dance- Pokemon Market of Lumiose City ( Southern Boulevard ).

TM76-Struggle Bug- Pokemon Market of Lumiose City ( Southern Boulevard ).

TM77-Psicamisù- Anistar City.

TM78-Bulldoze- Pokemon Market in Lumiose City ( Southern Boulevard ).

TM79-Frost Breath- Frost Cavern.

TM80-Rock Slide- Couriway Hotel.

TM81- X-Scissor- Azure Bay.

TM82-Dragon Tail- In the Museum of Lumiose City.

TM83-Infestation- Santalune City Gym.

TM84-Poison Jab- Pokemon Market in Shalour City.

TM85-Dream Eater- After finishing the game, it will be one of the prizes of the Battle Maison in Kiloude City.

TM86-Grass Knot- Coumarine City Gym.

TM87-Swagger- After finishing the game, it will be one of the prizes of the Battle Maison in Kiloude City.

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That’s where HM Fly comes in. Once you get to Coumarine City, you’ll get this Hidden Machine from Professor Sycamore, but you can’t use it outside of battle until you’ve beaten the Coumarine Gym Leader, Ramos.

How do you get the HM waterfall in Pokemon Y?

  1. Route 10 – Menhir Trail.
  2. Geosenge Town.
  3. Route 11 – Miroir Way.
  4. Reflection Cave.
  5. Shalour City.
  6. Tower of Mastery.
  7. Shalour City Gym – Gym 3.
  8. Surfing Detour.

Where is the Cyllage gym?

Cyllage City
The Cyllage Gym is the official Gym of Cyllage City, whose Gym Leader is Grant and specializes in Rock-type Pokémon. It is located on the hill, cut in the rock.

At what level does Greninja learn night Slash?

Moves learnt by level up

Lv. Move Power
56 Double Team
68 Hydro Pump 110
70 Haze
77 Night Slash 70

What Pokemon does Ramos have?

Ramos is the Leader of the Coumarine City Gym. He specializes in Grass-type Pokemon. To reach him, you must climb up a series vines to the top of a large tree….Pokemon Team.

Jumpluff ♂
Level 30 Moves
Type Grass/Flying Grass Knot Acrobatics Leech Seed
Ability Chlorophyll
Held Item

Where is TM waterfall?

You’ll be facing off against Volkner, the Electric-type Gym Leader. After you beat him, leave his Gym building and proceed to the northern beach in Sunyshore City. There, you’ll meet Jasmine, and she’ll offer you the Waterfall TM.

Do you need waterfall in Kalos?

It can be accessed from the gate connecting Route 21 and Route 22 by Trainers who have collected eight Badges from the Gyms of Kalos. Surf, Strength, Rock Smash, and Waterfall are required to clear and fully explore the area.

What was Ash’s second gym battle in Kalos?

The Cyllage Gym appeared in Climbing the Walls!, where Ash and his friends visited it for Ash’s Gym challenge. Like in the games, the battlefield is located on the top of a tall climbing wall, but there is also an elevator for those who wish not to climb.

What episode does Ash battle grant?

Climbing the Walls!
Ash and friends have finally made it to Cyllage City, where they head straight for the Gym so Ash can challenge Grant for his second badge!

Is Greninja’s scarf his tongue?

So where does the scarf come from? It’s Greninja’s own tongue, that it rips out upon evolution to demonstrate its devotion and willpower. It makes more sense than you’d think – aside from size, the tongue around Grenny’s neck matches the stub in its mouth.

Where can I find the dark dive HM in Pokémon Go?

Dive allows players to go underwater in dark patches of water while they are surfing. The only regions in which these spots (and the HM itself) have been seen are Hoenn and Unova.

Where can I find HM in Pokemon X and Y?

HM Locations Where to find the HMs in X/Y. Cut: Parfum Palace(in the maze out back, near the bottom) Fly: Coumarine City(from Professor Sycamore in the lower monorail station) Surf: Shalour City(from Serena/Calem after deafeating Korrina at the gym and Tower of Mastery)

Is there an HM for dive in Pokemon Emerald?

Outside of battle. Dive allows players to go underwater in dark patches of water while they are surfing. The only regions in which these spots (and the HM itself) have been seen are Hoenn and Unova. Thus, it is only an HM in Generations III, V, and VI.

How many HMS can you learn in Pokemon X and Y?

Pokémon X & Y strips back the HM count to just five, using the same first five as Generation 5. Below are all the Pokémon in the Kalos Pokédex with green ticks showing which HMs each can learn. The dex numbers include the Pokédex region – Ce ntral, Co astal, and Mo untain.

I’m currently enjoying Pokemon X, which is my first Pokemon game since Pearl. Having raised a fairly decent team and subs levelling in the mid 60s as well as beating all 8 gyms, I am now faced with Victory Road. Though, as I entered into the first cave I was met with the water on which you need to surf, also spotting the boulder you can push using strength. I immediately left, Victory Road had beaten me.

The one thing I have found annoying about Pokemon is how you are forced to teach HMs. Personally I have found that I dislike giving up the move slot and tend to treat that Pokemon purely as a HM user rather than a valuable team member. I also don’t find those parts of Pokemon games add all that much to the experience, so I was happy to see the easing off Pokemon X did during the time I spent going round the 8 gyms.
My concern is that I don’t want a wasted slot in my team as I take on Victory Road and the subsequent Elite Four. I was kinda just looking forward to get to some good ol’ battling, not surfing, strengthing, waterfalling and whatevering.

I find myself in a funny headspace. I am happy with my team, which I am doing some online battling with, but at this stage I feel I am losing some love for the game and have felt the same with previous Pokemon games at this point. However, I am entertained by the idea of starting again and doing a Nuzlocke play through, my only worry is that starting again I will lose my team.

I was hoping that I could get some naturally sourced wisdom from the Giant Bomb community as to whether I am going to miss out by not stepping up, taking on Victory Road and finishing the game or whether Nuzlocking may get me some more enjoyment out of the game.

Personally, I find that Nuzlocking is the only way I feel alive when I play. If you find that Pokemon doesn’t have as much emotional moments, why not make your own! Name your friends after family members, loved ones, and watch as you make a tactical blunder and lose them! Nothing is more enjoyable.

Just go for it! Delete that save! It will be the first step.

If you’re less satisfied with the game, that’s probably what you should do then. You could also just get through Victory Road, then visit the move deleter. You’ll still need fly to get back to the Elite Four, but only one HM is better than all the HMs.

Not sure if restarting will solve your problem though. Because you’ll still get to the same point and probably have the same issue.

Black and White handled this really well. I think you only needed to use HMs once and it was when they taught you what they were. Every other time, it was for shortcuts or to get a TM or something.

@spaceboat: You have a good point. I will end up getting to the same point and likely conjure up the same feelings. Is there much that you feel is appealing going on from Victory Road?
I have currently clocked nearly 60 hours playing the game, which I realise is probably a longer time than most took to get to this section. but if it took me that long to get to Victory Road and I am only starting to lull now, I might potentially have a decent amount of time enjoying the game again.

I guess the question comes down to. do I want to play a bit more competitively and finish the game, or do I want to forget about that and find new challenges within the story?

That’s cool to hear that B&W started omitting it a tad. Is it generally a feature that bugs people, the whole HM thing?

@zalrus9 Yeah the idea I like about the Nuzlocke is the “dying” rule and the potential for using Pokemon that I wouldn’t normally consider. What is the rule when it comes to obtaining Pokemon through game events. ie the Snorlax and the fossil Pokemon?

I appreciate the feedback guys, thanks!

HM slaves man that’s how I’ve always gone through the game. Find that one or two pokemon who can probably learn all the HMs and keep them with you. Pokemon are advertised as slaves and commodities, they have no souls.

Restarting would probably be good for you because you can enjoy the game like that through the story. I usually don’t do anything competitive until post game, but I know my sister is the complete opposite and doesn’t do anything after beating the elite four. She really enjoys doing fresh runs, so you might feel similarly. Spending another 60 hours getting back to where you were is a pretty good trade in my opinion.

I’ve (reluctantly) taught one of my main team Fly, and another one uses Waterfall quite well. For the rest I have a Nidoking, which I’ve renamed HMKing, it knows Cut, Strength, Rock Smash and Surf.

I’m also just about to enter Victory road and will bring HMKing with me, it’s annoying sure, but manageable. There’s a PC before the Elite Four so you’ll be able to switch back y’know? You can then easily prepare your main team before taking them on.

It was a lot worse for me in Black 2 because I rolled with an all Bug Pokemon team and basically none of them knew HM’s (Surf is often pretty useful, but there’s no fully evolved Bug/Water type PKMN) so I often had to bring 2 HM pokemon with me for side areas. All of my Pokemon being Bug-type gave them all the same weaknesses which meant I could get easily steamrolled by high level bird or Rock Pokemon if I also didn’t bring with me the Bugs I’d trained to counter this. It was SUPER-annoying.

So yeah HM’s suck, I’ve been trying to think of ways that they could make them less annoying without straight up removing them and had two ideas.

Either A: You make HM’s a separate ability removed from your move list, though then each Pokemon might as well know them inherently because they wouldn’t take up space anyway. Their use would then only be gated by Badges. The problem of you having the right Pokemon would still remain, but it would be mitigated somewhat. Maybe that’s the point of the secret areas anyway, that you’re only supposed to be able to get into them if you have the right Pokemon with you. If the obstacles were only there to gate your progress then there wouldn’t need to be more than 1 of each obstacle in the game.

Or B: Pokemon have one extra move slot that’s exclusive for HM’s, meaning they can know 5 moves so long as one of them is a HM move and they could still learn more than 1 HM move if they wanted. Not sure what this would do to the balance of the game, but the 5th moves would be rather limited and the HM moves themselves could be nerfed if needed. It would ease up the problem where you have a good 3 moves that you want to keep but you can’t replace your 1 crappy HM move so you’re forced to overwrite something else. Also Pokemon used exclusively for HM’s would be able to know 5 so they would be even more useful.

Neither is a perfect solution, but I hope they end up doing SOMETHING about it because it really is the last bastion of inconvinience in the series.

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TM27 Return – Pacifidog Town South: southwestern house from the Pokemon Fan Club Chairman\’s brother if the lead Pokemon\’s friendship is high, once per week; Fallarbor Town: return the Meteorite key item to Professor Cozmo

TM28 Dig – Route 114 Fossil Maniac\’s House: talk to the little brother inside the house

TM29 Psychic – Victory Road B1F: northeastern corner; Mauville City Game Corner (3500 Coins)

TM30 Shadow Ball – Mt. Pyre 6F: southern side

TM31 Brick Break – Sootopolis City: given by the Black Belt with the Kecleon in the northwestern house (requires Surf); Emerald Only – Trainer Hill: prize for defeating Expert Mode in under 12 minutes

TM32 Double Team – Route 113: north of the westernmost patch of grass, hidden item; Mauville City Game Corner (1500 Coins)

TM33 Reflect – Lilycove City Department Store (₽3000)

TM34 Shock Wave – Given by Wattson after defeating the Mauville City gym

TM35 Flamethrower – Mauville City Game Corner (4000 Coins)

TM36 Sludge Bomb – Dewford Town: receive from a Collector in Dewford Hall after defeating Norman

TM37 Sandstorm – Route 111: southernmost point, south of the Desert Ruins

TM38 Fire Blast – Lilycove City Department Store (₽5500)

TM39 Rock Tomb – Given by Roxanne after defeating the Rustboro City gym

TM40 Aerial Ace – Given by Winona after defeating the Fortree City gym

TM41 Torment – Slateport City: receive from a sailor in the Contest Hall in Ruby/Sapphire or the Battle Tent in Emerald

TM42 Facade – Receive from Normal after defeating the Petalburg City gym

TM43 Secret Power – Route 111 North: receive from a boy near a secret base tree; Slateport City Market (₽3000)

TM44 Rest – Lilycove City East: man in the easternmost house; Emerald Only – Level 51-70 Pokemon with the Pickup ability have a 1% chance to receive

TM45 Attract – Verdanturf Town: receive from a woman inside the Contest Hall in Ruby/Sapphire or the Battle Tent in Emerald

TM46 Thief – Slateport City Oceanic Museum 1F: receive from a Team Magma/Aqua Grunt

TM47 Steel Wing – Granite Cave: Steven\’s Room, thank-you gift from Steven for delivering the Letter to him

After you reach Snowbelle City, you learn that the gym leader, Wulfric, has gone to the Winding Woods.

Route Information

You can reach this route by using the southwest exit of Snowbelle City.

To find everything here, bring a pokémon that knows Cut. There is no Pokémon Center in the path ahead, so you should also bring a pokémon that knows Surf to explore the next area, and you might want to bring a pokémon that knows Fly so you can return to Snowbelle City without having to go all the way back through the woods.

In the later part of the Winding Woods, some of the exits don’t always send you to the same place. The directions below will reflect that.

Wild Pokémon

The wild pokémon that you might encounter in this route are Jigglypuff, Noctowl, Amoongus, Gothorita, Trevenant, and in rare cases, Zoroark. You may also encounter hordes with Amoongus, Foongus, or Trevenant.

Mossy Rock

In the first area of the Winding Woods, there is a Mossy Rock surrounded by grass. If you level up an Eevee in the grass around this rock, the Eevee will evolve into Leafeon.


From this first area of the Winding Woods, use the west exit. From there, go north to find a Kasib Berry tree.

In this same area, get the Paralyze Heal that is east of the berry tree.

Now exit this area with the southeast exit to return to the area with the Mossy Rock. Go south from the Mossy Rock and use the exit there.

In this new area, go south through the grass and use the southern exit. Go east from there to get a Meadow Plate. Then use the north exit to go back to the previous area.

From here, go west through the grass and use the west exit. In the next area, you can have a double battle with Twins Nana & Nina. They have a level 53 Slurpuff and a level 53 Aromatisse.

Go west and use the south exit. Poké Fan Roisin is south of the tree. She has a level 51 Snubbull and a level 53 Granbull.

Use the Dowsing Machine near Poké Fan Roisin to find a hidden Antidote on the front of the tree.

Use the north exit, then continue going north to use the north exit near the twins.

To the left, Fairy Tale Girl Wynne is running around. She has a level 52 Klefki and a level 52 Azumarill.

The east exit from this area goes to a dead end, but there is an Advanced Tips sign there, so check that out if you want to.

Use the west exit from the area where the Fairy Tale Girl is running around. Use Cut on the prickly tree that is in the way. Poké Fan Corey is in this area. He has a level 54 Dedenne.

In the middle of some red flowers, you find a Protein.

Turn on your Dowsing Machine to find a hidden Repeat Ball in the southwest corner of the red flower area.

Go east to exit the area, then use the south exit nearby. Go south again, past a tree, and use the south exit.

If you don’t feel like collecting all of the items in the forest, just go south and then west to reach Pokémon Village.

Otherwise, use the east exit. You might end up in a dead end with a tree, or in a crossroads, or you might simply end up in the same area that you just left. Keep going east until you reach the dead end with the tree. Use the Dowsing Machine to find the hidden Mental Herb on the front of the tree.

Now go west. If there is a path to the north, go east until you reach the dead end with the tree, then go west. Keep doing that until you reach an area with no north path. Use the Dowsing Machine there to find a hidden Tiny Mushroom on an area where no grass is growing.

From there, go south and use the south exit. Go west to find some stairs. Go up the stairs and turn on the Dowsing Machine to find a hidden Balm Mushroom on a spot where there is no grass.

Go west from there and get the X Accuracy that is sitting out in the open.

Go east and then down the stairs. Go southwest and use Cut on the prickly tree in the way. Keep going west and use the west exit. You’ll reach an area with Hex Maniac Desdemona, who has a level 54 Trevenant.

Go west from Desdemona to get TM53 Energy Ball.

Now go east. If you end up in a narrow path with no north exit, go west to return to where you found the TM, then go east again. Keep doing that until you reach an area that has a north exit. Instead of using that north exit, you should go south. The path turns west to a sunny exit. Use that exit to reach the Pokémon Village.

In the earlier Pokemon games, players had to use an HM to perform certain tasks that also doubled as moves.

An HM, or Hidden Machine, is similar to a TM in Pokemon. It teaches a move for use in battle, but also for use in certain situations the game requires players to complete.

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These HM moves have a specific type, just like every other move in Pokemon. There are a handful of Pokemon who can learn just about every HM available. These creatures are known as HM slaves.

Top 5 HM slaves in Pokemon

#5 – Crawdaunt

Crawdaunt is a great HM slave in the Pokemon game series. A Corphish can actually be caught quite early in the Hoenn region.

Once it evolves into Crawdaunt, a ton of HMs can be put to use. Aside from the obviously Fly HM, Crawdaunt can learn Cut, Strength, Surf, Dive, and Waterfall.

The STAB of the Water-type move is pretty good, especially with its immunity to Psychic moves.

#4 – Dragonite

In most instances, Dragonite should be used as a destructive offensive unit. For those who may want other uses for this incredible Pokemon, consider stacking it with HMs.

It can learn Cut, Fly, Strength, Surf, Dive, and Rock Smash. That is a massive list of HMs. Dragonite typically isn’t found until the late game but can be put to use as a HM slave for post-game shenanigans.

#3 – Gyarados

Much like Dragonite, Gyarados is a Pokemon that often sees use as a powerful battler. Outside of that label, though, it can be a massive help in the HM department.

Magikarp can typically be found early, and it only needs to be leveled to 20 to evolve into Gyarados. With access to Surf, Dive, Waterfall, Strength, and Rock Smash, its power can put those moves to good use in battle as well.

#2 – Quagsire

Keeping Quagsire in the party will give players an HM slave and a defensive beast. It is only weak to Grass-type Pokemon. Wooper evolves at a quick level 20, making Quagsire easily obtainable.

In Johto, it is invaluable. Quagsire can learn a large amount of HMs, including Surf, Strength, Waterfall, Rock Smash, Whirlpool, and Dive.

#1 – Bibarel

Bidoof gets made fun of a lot for being weak and simply goofy looking. Catching one early and evolving it into Bibarel can give Pokemon players the best HM slave the series has ever seen.

If the HM Cut was used on a Pokemon or HM Cut was used on a tree?

If you’re talking about the tree then set a flag when the tree is Cut:
-isCut? setFlag true or false

Or do:
-isSurfing? setFlag true or false

There are probably more ways to accomplish what you’re asking.

If the HM Cut was used on a Pokemon or HM Cut was used on a tree?

If you’re talking about the tree then set a flag when the tree is Cut:
-isCut? setFlag true or false

Or do:
-isSurfing? setFlag true or false

There are probably more ways to accomplish what you’re asking.

I’m new to scripting. Here is some script I found on a tree.

#org 0x2906BB
checkflag 0x867 Checking for a flag
if 0x0 goto 0x8290721 Flag is false? Don’t do much
checkattack 0xF Checking for Cut?
compare LASTRESULT 0x6
if 0x1 goto 0x8290721 Compared result is true? Don’t do much
setanimation 0x0 LASTRESULT
bufferpartypokemon 0x0 LASTRESULT
bufferattack 0x1 0xF
msgbox 0x829072E MSG_YESNO ‘"This tree looks like it can be\nCU. "
compare LASTRESULT 0x0
if 0x1 goto 0x829072B
msgbox 0x8290771 MSG_KEEPOPEN ‘"[buffer1] used [buffer2]!" PokemonName used PokemonMove!
doanimation 0x2
goto 0x8290710

I believe you have something similar on your grass. Put a flag in your event on the grass or in the Header > Map Scripts. Then check if your grass flag has been Cut(true).
checkFlag 0x8FF You define where the flag is located
if 0x0 goTo 0x8FFFFFF If false, go do another thing
Do your stuff here

When Pokémon shifted locales from Unova to Kalos, geography wasn’t the only aspect of the game that underwent a change. In fact, while many of the changes in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y appear minor, they all add something, from atmosphere to customization to convenience and improved flow of the game.

One of the handiest changes is the Pokémon organization system. While the upcoming Pokémon Bank cloud service certainly sounds useful for players returning to the series, the Pokémon Box system in the game itself has had a few of its kinks ironed out. While the baffling choice of Pokémon Deposit/Withdraw is still present (as always choosing Organize Box allows you to do both at will, so having a choice that only lets you do one or the other has always been redundant), you can now drag Pokémon directly into your party from the box. While this choice was present in Pokémon Black/White, it required a roundabout movement because your party wasn’t always visible on the screen. This time around, things are far smoother.

In addition, you can now transfer multiple Pokémon at once through the Tray option. When you activate it, all you have to do is drag an opaque box over the group of Pokémon you wish to transfer and then drag them as one over into another Pokémon Box. The only drawback of this is that the Pokémon have to be pre-organized in the order that you would like them to display in in their new location, but aside from that, the Tray options saves a lot of time and effort—especially if you’re moving multiple Pokémon between three or so boxes.

Finally, the drag/drop function in the boxes, by which you can hold your stylus over a Pokémon to pick it up and then drop it over another Pokémon, resulting in the two swapping places, is also now present in the Pokémon menu from your main menu as well. You can use this to switch Pokémon or to switch held items. I find the latter extremely handy since you normally have to go through a series of menus to accomplish this relatively simple task.

You can also access shortcuts to heal your Pokémon in and out of battle (instead of going through the Item menu). This is done using Y + D-pad to select your shortcut item. Additionally, you can hold down the L button to see the effects of Pokémon attacks during battle (instead of going through the Pokémon menu and selecting Check Moves). All of these shortcuts minimize the need to scroll through menu after menu to accomplish these common actions.

Other added options are completely new to the Kalos region itself. Since Kalos is all about “beauty,” it only stands to logic that you also “beautify” yourself. In most locations, you’ll find boutiques that sell clothing—shirts, pants, socks, shoes, hats, bags, and accessories (and dresses, if you’re a girl). Every town has different stock that changes over time, though you can be sure they’ll cost a pretty penny wherever you go. In addition, you’re given a Lens Case that you can use to change your eye color, and Lumiose City has a Salon where you (not your Furfrou) can get a haircut and change your hair color. Additionally, in every Pokémon Center, there’s a changing room, where you can change your appearance, which will affect your trainer’s appearance in the overworld, on your Trainer Card, in your save profile picture, and the opening sequence to every battle where you throw the Pokéball. (And in ending animations, too, for special battles such as fighting against your rival or Team Flare.)

Finally, there are the new methods of transportation. We’ve all heard about the Pokémon riding, but that is actually a very small feature since it’s limited to very small areas and it’s not with Pokémon in your party. For example, you can ride Gogoats through Lumiose City, but they function as a sort of public transportation so you don’t have to navigate the massive, and admittedly confusing, city yourself. Outside of Lumiose, you can ride Skiddo in a closed pen (and although you can jump the fence the same way you can in Zelda: Ocarina of Time with Epona, even then Skiddo can’t seem to figure out how to climb stairs). Finally, at one point, you’re required to ride a Rhyhorn through a treacherous trail of craggy rocks that prevent your trainer from making it through himself.

The Rhyhorn in particular is hard to control because of the way its controls are mapped and the speed at which it moves. It can break boulders with its horn and open the way to various small side paths where you can find items. However, like the Skiddo, the Rhyhorn is confined to its trail and that’s it.

That’s riding in a nutshell. The actual new mode of transporation is the roller skates. The skates are are used by employing the 3DS Circle Pad for movement, instead of the D-Pad. They’re a fairly fast way to travel around in style, and if you are so inclined, you can even dash or perform tricks like a back flip or a 360 upon landing after a ledge. Some places have rails where you can approach and skid down to reach different areas. The skates are incredibly smooth and fun to use—with the only problem being that sometimes they’re a bit too fast and smooth, so much so that turning in a specific direction to talk to NPCs or trying to head into a door can be difficult.

That said, the ease with which you can switch between skates and regular running is easy. Want to skate? Use the Circle Pad. Want to run? Use the D-Pad + B. Some areas won’t allow skating, though, such as houses or nature preserves, so in those areas you can use the Circle simply Pad to run.

Finally, if you prefer to travel even faster, you can use the bicycle, which is back again. This is much more familiar to Pokémon veterans, so there isn’t much to say about it, except that it’s faster than skating. It’s also the only mode of transportation that allows you to move quickly through grass, since the skates get tangled and you end up walking when you hit tall grass anyway.

In addition to these features, there are plenty of smaller presentation changes like real-time reflections in mirrors as you pass by them. Then there’s the ability to sit down on nearby benches and chairs, which will sometimes shift the camera to allow you to see the scenery better. There are idle animations for when you leave your character alone for some time. Meanwhile, during exploration, Strength rocks don’t simply move back in the way if you leave the screen (no such luck with Cut trees, though). Finally, this is a tiny but nice change—your character kneels when talking to children or Pokémon.

While many of these changes are superficial and serve no purpose, they do give a sense that Kalos is a place and not just a location in a new game.

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Parfum Palace at the end of Route 6. There will be four "mazes" in the backyard (though they’re not hard at all). You can find HM01 Cut in the bottom left maze in a yellow pokéball lying on the ground. Eventually the game will lead you there, so you don’t have to go out of your way to find the place or anything.

In Pokémon X & Y, players can customize their beloved Poképoodle with a variety of haircuts. The players will find the salon called Friseur Furfrou in Lumiose City on Vernal Avenue. They will be able to access this after restoring the Kalos Power Plant. There are six distinct trims that differ from the original.

In Pokémon X & Y, players can customize their beloved Poképoodle with a variety of haircuts. The players will find the salon called Friseur Furfrou in Lumiose City on Vernal Avenue. They will be able to access this after restoring the Kalos Power Plant.

This article is missing information on this character’s English voice actor. You can help by adding this information. The haircut brothers (Japanese: さんぱつきょうだい Haircut brothers) are groomers in Pokémon Gold and Silver and their remakes, Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, occasionally appearing in the Goldenrod Tunnel in Goldenrod City, Johto.

How do you become stylish in Lumiose City?

You’ll get the biggest increases from talking to Alexa at Lumiose Press, testing a team at the Battle Institute, and completing jobs at Hotel Richissime. If you have a hard time navigating Lumiose, you needn’t worry. Taking a taxi or riding a Gogoat to your desired location will also give you a sizable style boost.

What level Pokemon does Viola have?

PokémonMasquerainVivillonLv. 40-50 50-70♀Lv. 40-50 50-70Ability: IntimidateAbility: Compound EyesItem: NoneItem: NoneBug BuzzPowder

Can you dye your hair in Pokemon X and Y?

In X and Y, the choices are dark skin, black hair, and brown eyes; fair skin, honey hair, and gray eyes; or pale skin, blond hair, and blue eyes. . The player may customize their hair color, hairstyle, clothing, accessories, and contact lenses in salons and fitting rooms throughout Kalos, Alola, and Galar.

Is Decidueye a ghost?

Decidueye (Japanese: ジュナイパー Junaiper) is a dual-type Grass/Ghost Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. It evolves from Dartrix starting at level 34. It is the final form of Rowlet.

What level does Fennekin evolve?

level 16 Fennekin (Japanese: フォッコ Fokko) is a Fire-type Pokémon introduced in Generation VI. It evolves into Braixen starting at level 16, which evolves into Delphox starting at level 36. Along with Chespin and Froakie, Fennekin is one of three starter Pokémon of Kalos available at the beginning of Pokémon X and Y.

How old is violet from Pokemon?

18 VioletViolet (アヤメ Ayame)Age:18 or moreHometown:Cerulean CityFamily:Misty, Daisy Lily (Sisters)Class:Gym Leader

Does Ash’s Fletchling evolve?

Fletchling was eventually hit by a powerful Fire Blast and evolved into Fletchinder in the process. . As a Fletchinder, it was used during Ash’s battle against Korrina at the Shalour Gym in Showdown at the Shalour Gym!.

What LVL does Froakie evolve?

level 16 Froakie (Japanese: ケロマツ Keromatsu) is a Water-type Pokémon introduced in Generation VI. It evolves into Frogadier starting at level 16, which evolves into Greninja starting at level 36.

What are violas Pokemon?

Viola is the Santalune City Gym Leader and a user of Bug-type Pokémon. She is also a professional Pokémon photographer and the younger sister of Alexa. Pokémon.Items.Regions.Gym Badges.

Where can I find Froakie?

Froakie can be spotted in the wild just like any other Pokemon but it prefers to say in places near water habitats as its home. To catch Froakie, the players need to search for places like beaches, lakes, rivers, and similar places. The weather also plays an important role in the Pokemon spawn.

Where is the clothes shop in Pokemon X?

Lumiose City Boutique Couture is located on Vernal Avenue in Lumiose City. It is a clothing retailer that offers the game’s coolest – and most expensive – clothing options.

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Much to everyone’s disappointment, traditional HM’s return in the new Pokemon games. This guide on How To Use Cut In Pokemon Brilliant Diamond And Shining Pearl will tell you everything you need to know about using the Hidden Moves in the new Pokemon games so you can progress through various parts of the game.

Hidden Machines in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond And Shining Pearl follow the same evolutions of the recent games. In the more traditional Pokemon games, trainers would have to discover various HM’s and then teach them to Pokemon. This is a frustrating system as it forces you to always have Pokemon on you with those particular abilities, so you don’t miss various treasures and opportunities along the way, and it also means you’re wasting an ability slot on that Pokemon.

The new system is not the same. Once you have unlocked the ability to use a HM, you summon a wild Pokemon to do it, saving a valuable move slot.

How To Use Cut In Pokemon Brilliant Diamond And Shining Pearl

Learning Hidden Moves happens at various parts of the story in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond And Shining Pearl. However, sometimes you are able to learn the HM’s before you’re actually able to use them. That statement is true with the HM Cut move.

HM Cut allows you to cut down trees that block your path. This allows you to explore areas that would otherwise be inaccessible. Most of the time it’s simply an item or something else of low value, but it is required to progress through certain parts of the game.

To use cut you must have completed the first gym and have the gym badge. Then, once you have taught the move to a Pokemon, you simply approach a tree that can be cut and interact with it. This saves you using the app, cutting down the tree straight away.

The infamous Hidden Moves in the Pokémon series are always a requirement for making forward progress, and they take up valuable move slots on some of your team members. In Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, HMs are now similar to TMs in that they can be replaced with other moves. Still, they show up as “Hidden Moves” in a Pokétch App and help you progress through the game. Here’s how to find all 8 of them on your journey to become a Pokémon Master.

Pokémon BDSP Rock Smash HM location

You can’t miss it! When you first walk through the Oreburgh Gate cave on your way to Oreburgh City, a hiker will give you Rock Smash. It allows you to break certain rocks that block your progression. You can use this HM after you’ve beaten Roark.

Pokémon BDSP Cut HM location

Once again, it’s impossible to avoid! Players will meet Cynthia on the northernmost road in Eterna City. After introducing herself to the player, Cynthia will give the player some Cut TMs, which will show up as a Hidden Move. You can use Cut outside of battle after beating Eterna City gym leader Gardenia and progress through the story.

Pokémon BDSP Fly HM location

This is the first Hidden Move that you can miss. It’s in a Poké Ball inside of the warehouse in Veilstone City. You can access it after beating the Team Galactic Grunts in a double battle with Dawn in front of the building. Once you beat Veilstone City gym leader Maylene, Fly lets you fast travel to any city in Sinnoh that you’ve already visited. It’s technically not required for progression but will make backtracking a lot easier.

Pokémon BDSP Defog HM location

To obtain Defog, you must speak to an Ace Trainer near the Great Marsh’s exit. This Flying-type move clears up the thick fog in a couple of Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl areas, making navigation easier. You’ll need to have beaten Pastoria City gym leader Crasher Wake to use it outside of battle, though.

Pokémon BDSP Surf HM location

Surf is another Hidden Move that you will always obtain. Cynthia’s grandmother will give it to you after you defeat a Team Galactic Grunt in Celestic Town and investigate the town’s ruins. This powerful Water-type move lets you surf across the water on a Bibarel’s back and will finally give you access to several new areas like Canalave City. You’ll need to beat Fantina’s gym in Hearthome City to use it outside of battle.

Pokémon BDSP Strength HM location

An old lady on the top floor of Route 209’s Lost Tower will give players TMs for the Hidden Move Strength. While you can avoid Strength at first, it is eventually required for progression as you can’t get to Snowpoint City without pushing some boulders around. You can use this Hidden Move outside of battle once you beat Byron’s gym in Canalave City.

Pokémon BDSP Rock Climb HM location

This Hidden Move is required for progression, but you can miss it on your first time through Route 217. Rock Climb is in a Poké Ball behind a house on that snowy route. After you beat Snowpoint City Gym Leader Candice, you can use this move to climb up particular walls and mountains around Sinnoh.

Pokémon BDSP Waterfall HM location

The final Hidden Move is Waterfall, and you can’t miss it. Jasmine, a Johto gym leader visiting Sunnyshore City, gives this HM to the player after they’ve beaten Volkner, the final gym leader. This Water-type move lets the player scale giant waterfalls. In turn, this gives them access to the Pokémon League.

Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl are available now for Nintendo Switch.

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