Earthquake Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

The Earthquake Pokemon Scarlet and Violet TM is pretty powerful. Therefore, getting it is a little bit tricky. You need to find the right NPC, and then do what they ask before they give you the move. Once you have it, you can craft the Earthquake TM as long as you have the materials. It’s expensive, though, so you should be careful about which Pokemon you spend it on. In this guide, we’ll show you which the best Pokemon for Earthquake are, as well as how to get the TM itself.

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earthquake pokemon scarlet and violet
Earthquake Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

How to Get Earthquake TM in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

To get the Earthquake TM in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, you need to go to the city of Cascarrafa, which is in the eastern corner of the Asado Desert. In the north part of the city, you’ll find a Pokemon Center. Near this Pokemon center, there’s a Battle League Representative wearing a spiffy suit. He is going to give you the Earthquake TM if and when you defeat five nearby Trainers. This is how all Battle League reps work in Paldea work, so there’s nothing unexpected here. Go and beat five Trainers, then report back to the rep to get the TM. From then on, you’ll be able to craft Earthquake at your leisure. It requires 12,000 LP, 3x Phanpy Tails, 3x Diglett Dirt and 3x Barboach Slime. Yeah, it’s not cheap.

Best Pokemon For Earthquake in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

There are many, many, many Pokemon that can use the Earthquake TM in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, but not all of them are as effective with it. So, which of them are the best to give Earthquake to? Well, in our opinion, those would be Dugtrio, Lucario, Krookodile, Haxorus, and most definitely Garchomp. But, of course, you should feel free to give the TM to whichever Pokemon works best for you. The good part of being able to craft TMs is that you can, in theory, make as many of them as you want. You don’t have to choose, as long as you have the patience to grind the necessary ingredients. As we’ve shown above, it’s kinda expensive. Anyway, feel free to share your own Earthquake Pokemon preferences in the comments below.

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