TM14 Blizzard can be bought for 30,000 Pokédollars on the fourth floor of the Lilycove Department Store. Both clerks on the department store’s fourth floor also sell other TMs as well.
Blizzard is a damage-dealing Ice-type move with a small chance of freezing the target. With its high base power, the move is sure to deal a ton of damage if it hits. Its low accuracy does hold it back from being more commonly used.
TM14 Blizzard Location
The Lilycove Department Store is a multi-level PokéMart located on the north side of Lilycove City, a coastal city east of Route 121.
If you haven’t been to Lilycove City yet, then first you’ll need to:
- Obtain the sixth Gym Badge from Winona, the Gym Leader from Fortree City
- Go through Route 121
Now that you’re set, head to Lilycove City’s entrance through Route 121’s east exit.
Once you’re in Lilycove City, here’s where to buy TM14 Blizzard in Lilycove Department Store:
Step 1: Head east until you pass through Lilycove City’s Pokémon Center.
Step 2: Before you climb up the staircase, be prepared to battle your Rival.
Step 3: After you win the battle, climb up the staircase and head north.
Step 4: Then head northwest and enter Lilycove Department Store.
Step 5: Using the elevator, go to the fourth floor of the Department Store.
Step 6: Finally, head to the right-hand side and the top clerk will sell TMs, including TM14 Blizzard.
This clerk sells various damage-dealing TMs, while the bottom clerk sells defensive status TMs. Here’s a complete list of what they sell:
|Top Clerk TM List|
|TM38 (Fire Blast)||30,000|
|TM52 (Focus Blast)||30,000|
|TM71 (Stone Edge)||30,000|
|TM15 (Hyper Beam)||50,000|
|TM68 (Giga Impact)||50,000|
|Bottom Clerk TM List|
|TM16 (Light Screen)||10,000|
Blizzard Details + Uses
|Blizzard Move Details|
|PP||5 (max. 8)|
Blizzard is a Special Ice-type move with a 10% chance of freezing its target. The move will hit both targets in double battles without harming your ally.
Ice-type moves are good thanks to their coverage against common threats, like Dragon and Flying. Blizzard is no exception; however, it’s a powerful move that’s hindered by its low accuracy.
Other trainers tend to use Ice Beam instead.
Ice Beam’s perfect accuracy makes up for its lack of power, not to mention that almost every Pokémon that’s able to learn Ice Beam can also learn Blizzard. But it’s up to you to decide if you want to sacrifice consistency for raw power.
You can remedy Blizzard’s inaccuracy by running the move Hail or the ability Snow Warning on the same team. Because during a hailstorm, Blizzard won’t miss.
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