TM52 Focus Blast is located on the basement floor of Wellspring Cave. You can access this cave off of Route 3, just northwest of Striaton City.
To navigate to the basement floor you’ll need HM03 Surf.
It’s also recommended to bring a Pokémon that can use TM70 Flash too, as the basement floor is pitch-black.
TM52 Focus Blast Location (Step-by-Step)
Step 1: Starting at the Striaton City Pokémon Center, head west.
Step 2: Continue west under the archway.
Step 3: Once you reach the fountain, veer north towards Route 3.
Step 4: Continue north, taking your first left onto Route 3.
Step 5: Head west past the twin trainers.
Step 6: Continue west on Route 3 past the Trainer Tip sign.
Step 7: Keep heading west from here.
Step 8: Turn north, and then you should see the entrance to Wellspring Cave on the left-hand side of the rocky wall.
Step 9: Continue inside Wellspring Cave and move west.
Step 10: Once you reach the body of water directly ahead, use HM03 Surf.
Step 11: Head south across the water.
Step 12: Once you reach land on the other side of the water, disembark and then head east.
Step 13: Continue east down the stairs to the basement floor of the cave.
Step 14: Use TM70 Flash to light-up the basement floor (optional).
Step 15: After using Flash, continue east down the stairs.
Step 16: Then turn to go north up the narrow pathway.
Step 17: You’ll notice two bodies of water on either side of the path.
Use Surf on the body of water to the left of the path.
Step 18: Head north to move up this body of water.
Step 19: Continue north through the narrow path of water.
Step 20: Eventually you’ll follow the path of water to the right.
Step 21: Exit the water here and climb the stairs leading north.
Step 22: TM52 Focus Blast will be found in a Poké Ball on the ground at the top of the stairs.
TM52 Focus Blast Details + Uses
|Focus Blast Move Details|
Focus Blast is a Fighting-type move that fits the bill of nearly all Special-type moves – High Power and very low Accuracy.
When Focus Blast lands, it can be devastating for your opponent.
Unlike some Special moves such as Blizzard and Thunder, Focus Blast’s accuracy can’t be improved by Weather conditions. It does have a chance to lower the Special Defense of its target by one stage, but this only happens 10% of the time.
As is true for all Special moves, Focus Blast’s damage output is dependent on the user’s Special Attack stat.
- Fighting-type Keldeo makes for a great user of the move, as its base 129 Special + STAB bonus makes for dominating damage output.
- Lucario’s Special Attack isn’t as high (110 base) but it wields Focus Blast very effectively and is another solid option.
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