Where to Find TMs (Pokémon Scarlet & Violet)

How To Get Sword Dance (TM088) in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

Sword Dance (TM088) in a Normal-Type move that doesn’t cause damage to Pokémon but instead increases the user’s Attack stats. It usually has 20 Power Points (PP), but this can increase randomly throughout use.

TMLocation (Region)Ingredients
Sword Dance (TM088)North Province (Area One) and North Province (Area Two)• 5000 League Points
• 3 Scyther Claw
• 3 Zangoose Claw
• 3 Gible Scales

Where to Find Sword Dance (TM088)

Almost all TMs in the game can be made. But it would be best if players first located this TM to learn the “recipe.” Fortunately, TM088 is not particularly well concealed and is easy to locate. Go to the lake connecting North Province (Area One) and North Province (Area Two). Players may pay for TM088 at the lake’s epicentre.

Where to Find Sword Dance (TM088)
Where to Find Sword Dance (TM088)

How to Craft Sword Dance (TM088)

The following ingredients can be used to craft this TM after players have the Sword Dance: 

  • 5000 League Points (LP)
  • 3 Scyther Claw
  • 3 Zangoose Claw
  • 3 Gible Scales

As players fight and catch different Pokémon across Paldea, they’ll discover that they drop various crafting tools and resources. These products and resources are traded for League Points (LP) at TM Machines. Not all resources have the same worth, and if players don’t want to use them in trade for League Points (LP), players may use them to produce various TMs to improve their Pokémon’s move sets. 

Like all Pokémon in the game, Scyther must be battled in the wild and either defeated or captured to obtain Scyther Claws. Each Scyther players beat or capture will reward players with one or two claws to add to their expanding collection of Pokémon items.

Related | How To Get Zen Headbutt (TM059) in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Which Pokemon Can Sword Dance (TM088) Be Used On

Here is a list of Pokémon that Sword Dance (TM088) can be used on:

  • Frigibax
  • Arctibax
  • Dugtrio
  • Fraxure
  • Riolu
  • Gulpin
  • Mimikyu
  • Banette
  • Lucario
  • Clauncher
  • Ursaring
  • Galarian Meowth
  • Miraidon
  • Toxicroak
  • Hoppip
  • Iron Thorns
  • Tinkatink
  • Ceruledge
  • Zorua
  • Fletchling
  • Axew
  • Zoroark
  • Shroodle
  • Komala
  • Grafaiai
  • Skiploom
  • Cacnea
  • Flamigo
  • Sunflora
  • Falinks
  • Drednaw
  • Diglett
  • Pawniard
  • Qwilfish
  • Charizard
  • Heracross
  • Gallade
  • Charmeleon
  • Lokix
  • Seviper
  • Lycanroc (Midday Form)
  • Charmander
  • Cacturne
  • Breloom
  • Haxorus
  • Swalot
  • Quaquaval
  • Sneasel
  • Bisharp
  • Leafeon
  • Greedent
  • Perrserker
  • Zangoose
  • Garchomp
  • Koraidon
  • Lycanroc (Dusk Form)
  • Scizor
  • Beartic
  • Lilligant
  • Hatterene
  • Iron Valiant
  • Rockruff
  • Tinkaton
  • Bruxish
  • Jumpluff
  • Snover
  • Weavile
  • Kingambit
  • Talonflame
  • Fomantis
  • Gabite
  • Gible
  • Iron Hands
  • Clawitzer
  • Sawsbuck
  • Kricketune
  • Chien-Pao
  • Tropius
  • Hawlucha
  • Klawf
  • Lurantis
  • Scyther
  • Abomasnow
  • Baxcalibur
  • Lycanroc (Midnight Form)
  • Tinkatuff
  • Oricorio (Baile Style)
  • Fletchinder
  • Teddiursa

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