|Route 15. At the end of a long path near the end of the route next to Fuchsia City.
TM20 can be found on the ground at the very end of Route 15. The easiest way to reach this TM is by heading east from Fuchsia City.
You can get TM20 at any point after getting to Fuchsia City.
You’ll also need a Pokémon that knows HM01 Cut to chop down a tree blocking the path to the TM.
This is what you need to do before you can get TM20:
- Obtain the Cascadebadge by defeating Misty in Cerulean City
- Obtain HM01 Cut from the ship captain on the S.S. Anne in Vermillion City
- Have a Pokémon in your party that knows Cut
Getting TM20 Rage
Starting from the Fuchsia City Pokémon Center, head northeast until you’re past a column of cylinders.
Once you’re past the column of cylinders, head east until you reach a giant gate connector building.
Head inside the building to travel onto the next route.
Head east and exit the building onto Route 15.
Once you exit the building, head east until you’re past the fence above you.
There’s a bunch of trainers in this area, but if you walk next to the fence above you, then you’ll be able to avoid them all.
Once you’re past the fence, you’ll find a small tree just above it. Use Cut to chop down the tree.
After cutting the small tree, head west through the pathway it opened. Keep going west until you reach the end of the path.
At the end of the path you’ll find a Pokéball containing TM20 Rage.
Rage Details + Uses
|Rage Move Details
|20 (max. 32)
|Once the move successfully hits an opposing Pokémon, the user can’t switch out and will continue to use the move until it faints.
The user’s attack stat increases by one stage each time the user is hit by an opposing Pokémon in battle.
Rage is a peculiar Normal-type move that can also be taught to nearly every Pokémon in the game.
At 20 power, Rage starts off pretty weak. But with every attack raise, it has the potential to inflict major damage and possibly wipe out multiple Pokémon in a row.
The move is most useful when used by a Pokémon with a high attack and/or defense stat.
A high attack stat will make it so Rage’s initial damage will start at a higher amount and reach a higher amount. A high defense stat makes it so the user can withstand multiple attacks from opposing Pokémon while Rage builds.
Rage’s power output can be increased even more when used by a Normal Type Pokémon who can take advantage of the same type attack bonus. (STAB)
However, the biggest downside of Rage is that you can’t switch out or use any other moves after it successfully hits an opposing Pokémon.
While the promise of attack increases and potential high damage output is nice, the inability to do anything else is very limiting and can be easily taken advantage of. Also, having to rely on the opposing Pokémon’s attacks puts the control of the battle into the opponent’s hands.
Using Rage can be a risky endeavor. But it can also be very rewarding if used correctly and in the right situations.