This is a list of the locations of all TMs and HMs in the Generation V games.
Cold Storage, from Zinzolin of the Seven Sages
Relic Castle, from Ryoku of the Seven Sages
Striaton City Poké Mart
Mistralton City Poké Mart
Route 14, from Giallo of the Seven Sages
Prize for defeating Roxie
Nuvema Town, from Professor Juniper
Battle Subway, PWT
Icirrus City Poké Mart
Lacunosa Town Poké Mart
Shopping Mall Nine
Nimbasa City Poké Mart
From Team Plasma Grunt on Floccesy Ranch
Given by Bianca in Aspertia City
Route 18, from Rood of the Seven Sages
Nimbasa City Musical Theater
Prize for defeating Marlon
Prize for defeating Skyla
Dragonspiral Tower (outside)
Driftveil City market
Prize for defeating Lenora
Chargestone Cave, from Bronius of the Seven Sages
Prize for defeating Elesa
Dreamyard, from Gorm of the Seven Sages
Prize for defeating Burgh
Prize for defeating Clay*
Prize for defeating Brycen
Prize for defeating IrisW or DraydenB
Prize for defeating Drayden
Prize for defeating Cilan, Chili, or Cress
Prize for defeating Cheren
Moor of Icirrus
Twist Mountain (Winter only)
Castelia City (requires Lock Capsule)
Lists of TM and HM locations
In the core series:
Generation I • Generation II • Generation III • Generation IV • Generation V • Generation VI • Generation VII
In spin-off games:
Mystery Dungeon series
This item article is part of Project ItemDex, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on all items.
Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/List_of_TM_and_HM_locations_in_Generation_V
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Why I added in Lt. Surge’s Pikachu in the disambiguation page.
Ok. The reason why I added the page “Lt. Surge’s Pikachu” in the disambiguation page is because when Lt. Surge caught his Pikachu, he quickly evolved it and Surge’s Raichu never learned the moves it can only learn in the Pikachu stage.
On Serebii.net, they have the Gen VI “Sprites”, and by that I mean their Pokédex sprite, does this count as if so could we add them in to all Pokémon! They also have the shiny sprites. Eeveelutionlover (talk) 06:38, 23 July 2014 (UTC)
Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Talk:Pikachu_(disambiguation)
The subject of this article has no official English name.The name currently in use is a fan translation of the Japanese name.
Yes, It Is Morning! (Japanese: はいあさですよ！ Hai Asa Desu Yo!) is a song sung by Suzukisan, though it is mainly sung by Imakuni?.
This song was featured on Suzukisan’s video tape Can You Name/Draw All The Pokémon?.
目っ玉焼きを 2個食べてクルマに乗って 出かけましょ大きな窓から 景色を見ればあんなところに サボテンだこっちのサボテン しおれてるうタイヤに なにか 刺さった！こりゃ サボテンの トゲだ！パンクしたまま トンネルへお先まっくら これ まくらな～んだ これって カビゴンの夢か！チャンチャン♪
Eating two sunny-side-upsI ride the car Let’s go outWhen I look at the scenery from the big windowOver there is a cactusThe cactus here has wiltedSomething pierced the tire!It’s a cactus spike!We headed for the tunnel still with a flat tireA while ago it’s pitch-black dark This is a pillowWhat the heck Is this Kabigon’s dream!Clap-Clap
This article is part of Project Music, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each Pokémon song, CD and musician.
Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Yes,_It_Is_Morning!
Oh Electrode (Japanese: ああ マルマイン Aa Marumine) is a song by Suzukisan. It is mainly sung by Imakuni? and is their shortest song, having only three lines. As the title implies, the song is about how to draw Electrode.
ま～るい ボールにひびが 入ったら向こうを向いてる マルマイン
You start with a roundish ball,Then it starts to crack in half…You color in the bottom half — Marumine.
The “Drawing and Crying Marumine” segment from the radio show Team Rocket’s Secret Empire seems to take its name from this song.
Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Oh_Electrode
????? (00)’s Pokedex entry
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??????????’s first move, -, is very qAFqAFqAFqAFqAFqAFqAFqAF…
.8 has an aura?
RUN AND DON’T LOOK BAC($UutoW*)(@#0d98
…hehe… M’poo *blushes*… What’s that in the distance?… HOLY SHI-
Hey! That’s not a Pikachu!
This Pokemon is called 330B(Omi9cEIU01(@)9090))))@(#)
Source : خريطة بوكيمون جو https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/User:Katakanaglitch/Gallery
カワイイたんてい団大かつやくピッカ!!Cute Detective Team Gets Active, Pikka!!
Pokémon Quiz Puzzle Land Pikachu is a Famous Detective
Retrieve the Stolen Treasure, Pikka!!
Meowth and the Marathon Showdown,Pikka!!
(Japanese: カワイイたんてい団大かつやくピッカ!! Cute Detective Team Gets Active, Pikka!!) is the twelfth chapter of the Pokémon Quiz Puzzle Land Pikachu is a Famous Detective manga created by 嵩瀬 ひろし Hiroshi Seto and 須藤 ゆみこ Yumiko Sudo.
2 Major events
This plot summary is incomplete.Please feel free to edit this plot summary to add missing sections and complete it.
This manga-related article is a stub. You can help Bulbapedia by expanding it.
Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/QPL12
2012 World Championships Pikachu has several referrals:
For the Pikachu made available to English language games, see List of local English event Pokémon distributions in Generation V
For the Pikachu made available to French language games, see List of local French event Pokémon distributions in Generation V
For the Pikachu made available to German language games, see List of local German event Pokémon distributions in Generation V
For the Pikachu made available to Italian language games, see List of local Italian event Pokémon distributions in Generation V
For the Pikachu made available to Japanese language games, see List of local Japanese event Pokémon distributions in Generation V
For the Pikachu made available to Korean language games, see List of local Korean event Pokémon distributions in Generation V
For the Pikachu made available to Spanish language games, see List of local Spanish event Pokémon distributions in Generation V
This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other articles that might otherwise share the same title. If an article link referred you here in error, please go back and fix it to point directly to the intended page.
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