|Cinnabar Island Pokémon Mansion. Basement Floor (B1F) near the secret switch statue located left of the stairs.
TM14 Blizzard can be found inside the Pokémon Mansion’s basement floor on Cinnabar Island. The TM can be found directly near the secret switch statue that you’ll see just to the left of the stairs.
You can get TM14 at any point after getting HM03 Surf, getting the Soulbadge, and getting to Cinnabar Island.
Getting TM14 Blizzard
Starting from inside the Pokémon Mansion, head north until you see a staircase and walk up the stairs.
Once upstairs on the 2nd floor, head northwest until you reach a gap in the wall on your left.
At the wall gap, head northwest and go up the staircase next to the rock.
After going upstairs to the 3rd floor, head towards the statue next to the rocks.
Interact with the statue (Press the A button in front of it) and press the secret switch inside of it. This will open a pathway for us to go through.
After pressing the secret switch, head southeast until you reach a gap in the southern wall next to a set of rocks.
After reaching the southern wall gap, head south into the empty space on the left-hand side.
There’s a trainer (Scientist) nearby, but he can be avoided as long as you don’t walk too far to the right.
After falling back onto the first floor, head south and follow the path until you’re past the rows of plants.
There’s another Scientist here, but he can be avoided as long as you walk directly on the black wall to your left.
After passing the rows of plants, you should see a staircase just below you. Head downstairs to the basement.
After walking downstairs you’ll be on the basement floor. From here, head northwest until you reach a gap in the black wall.
At the wall gap, head south until you see Pokéball on the ground – this contains TM14. It will be next to another secret switch statue.
There’s a trainer (Burglar) near the statue and Pokéball. He’ll occasionally turn around with no clear pattern, but it’s still possible to avoid him.
Blizzard Move Details
|Blizzard Move Details
|5 (max. 8)
|10% chance of freezing the opposing Pokémon.
Blizzard is the strongest Ice type move in the game. It’s got a massive 120 power, and the potential to freeze the opposing Pokémon is a nice bonus as well.
Compared to later gens, Freezing was a much more devastating status condition in Gen 1.
In later gens, a frozen Pokémon has a small probability of being unfrozen every turn.
But in Gen 1, the only way a frozen Pokémon could get unfrozen was by using an Ice Heal, or by getting hit by a Fire-type attack that could cause burn. So the frozen status is mostly permanent unless your foe has Ice Heals.
This means Blizzard is a great move to teach any Pokémon that can learn it, and it works well with any Pokémon that has a high special stat.