TRs, also known as Technical Records, are a way to teach Pokémon a move or attack in Pokémon Sword and Shield.
Just like TMs, each TR is dedicated to one specific move, which it allows you to teach to a specific group of Pokémon. Unlike TMs in Pokémon Sword and Shield, however, TRs break after one use.
There are 100 TRs in Pokémon Sword and Shield for you to collect and utilise.
On this page:
- How to use TRs in Pokémon Sword and Shield
- Where to get TRs in Pokémon Sword and Shield
- Pokémon Sword and Shield TRs list
How to use TRs in Pokémon Sword and Shield
TRs are basically old school TMs and by that we mean that they break after one use.
This means you need to decide carefully which Pokémon you want to use each TR on or be prepared to hunt down the TR again. Not every Pokémon can learn every TR, however, so this does make the selecting process slightly easier.
To access your TRs, open the X menu and then your Bag. Now just need to scroll along to the TMs section; despite the name, you'll be able to find your TRs here.
TRs stand out against the TMs by being black discs, rather than white. Once you've found the TR you wish to use, select it and then the option to 'Use this item.' This will now allow you to select the Pokémon in your party, which you want to learn the new move.
You can easily know which Pokémon can learn a TR and which ones can't by looking at your party line-up on the left-hand side of the screen.
If the phrase 'Cannot learn' is next to a Pokémon, then they can't learn the move from this TR. Instead, you want to find a Pokémon with the words 'Can learn' next to them, because, as this suggests, this Pokémon can learn this move. If the phrase 'Knows this move' is present, then that Pokémon already knows this TR and can't learn it again.
The quickest way to find the TR you need is to organise them by number, because this will neatly divide up your TM and TR collection. To do this simply press X for sort and then the option 'By number.'
Where to get TRs in Pokémon Sword and Shield
There are two main ways to find TRs in Pokémon Sword and Shield:
- Purchasing them from Rotom Rallyists
- Successfully completing Max Raids
Let's talk about the Rotom Rallyists first. There are seven Rotom Rallyists in the Wild Area, and each one carries a different selection of TRs, which changes daily.
This means that if you're after a particular TR, then it's a good idea to check each Rallyist's stock daily.
Each TR will cost you a certain amount of Watts ranging from 1,000 to 8,000 Watts.
The second way to find TRs is to successfully complete Max Raid.
Once you've defeated, and hopefully, caught the Pokémon you were battling in a Max Raid, you'll receive a number of rewards. This may include a TR, which will be determined by the type of the Pokémon you were battling.
This means that if you were battling a grass-type Pokémon, then you're more likely to receive a grass-type TR or maybe even multiple copies of that TR.
Since there's no cap on how many Max Raids you compete in each day, there is also no cap on the number of TRs you can earn either.
You will, however, be gifted one TR during your Pokémon journey.
When you're visiting Motostoke, talk to the man standing outside the record shop, which sits just before the bridge near the Pokémon Centre.
He will give you the TR 13 Focus Energy and give you a small explanation about how TRs work.
With it finally in the wild, here's how to start the Crown Tundra DLC and our full Pokémon Crown Tundra walkthrough. Plus, here's how to catch Calyrex, Glastrier and Spectrier, the Regieleki and Regidrago puzzle solution and Regirock, Regice, Registeel locations, details on how to catch Legendary Birds Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres in the Crown Tundra, the Ultra Beasts and Necrozma adventure, Dynamax Adventures, including the legendries you can catch on these adventures, and the new Crown Tundra Pokédex and returning Pokémon explained. For Isle of Armor players, here's how to find the Slowpoke, where to find Max Mushroom locations, and how to get Kubfu, become best friends and evolve it, plus all Diglett locations too!For the base game, here's info on the ability to transfer Pokémon to Pokémon Home, the Wild Area, lists of all TM locations and TRs, all Galarian forms and finally our main Pokémon Sword and Shield walkthrough for the whole game.
Pokémon Sword and Shield TRs list
Here's a full list of all 100 TRs in Pokémon Sword and Shield. If you are sourcing from Rotom Rallyists, their Watt cost ranges from 2,000 to 8,000:
|TR No.||TR Move Name||Type||Effects||Damage|
|TR00||Swords Dance||Normal||Raises Attack by 2 stages.||N/A|
|TR01||Body Slam||Normal||Has a 30% chance of paralysing opponent.|
If target has used Minimize, the damage of this move will be doubled.
|TR02||Flamethrower||Fire||10% chance of burning opponent.||90|
|TR04||Surf||Water||If opponent is using the move Dive, this attack's damage is doubled.||90|
|TR05||Ice Beam||Ice||10% chance of freezing the opponent.||90|
|TR06||Blizzard||Ice||10% chance of freezing the opponent.|
100% accurate if weather condition is hail.
|TR07||Low Kick||Fighting||Damage becomes greater, the heavier the opponent is.|
Move doesn't effect Dynmax Pokémon.
|TR08||Thunderbolt||Electric||10% chance of paralysing the opponent.||90|
|TR09||Thunder||Electric||30% chance of paralysing the opponent.|
50% accurate in harsh sunlight weather condition.
100% accurate in rain weather condition.
Move hits opponents using attacks like Fly or Bounce.
|TR10||Earthquake||Ground||Hits targets using attacks like Dig and deals double damage to them.||100|
|TR11||Psychic||Psychic||10% chance of lowering opponents Special Defence by 1 stage.||90|
|TR12||Agility||Psychic||Raises Speed by 2 stages.||N/A|
|TR13||Focus Energy||Normal||Increases chance of future moves being critical hits.||120|
|TR14||Metronome||Normal||Uses one move randomly chosen from all the moves a Pokémon could learn.||N/A|
|TR15||Fire Blast||Fire||10% chance of burning the opponent.||110|
|TR16||Waterfall||Water||20% chance of making opponent flinch.||80|
|TR17||Amnesia||Psychic||Raises Speical Defence by 2 stages.||N/A|
|TR18||Leech Life||Bug||Restores user's HP by an amount equal to half of the damage dealt to the opponent.||80|
|TR19||Tri Attack||Normal||20% chance of either paralysing, burning or freezing the opponent.||80|
|TR20||Substitue||Normal||Deplete a quarter of user's max HP to create a substitue that protects user from lower status or status inflicting attacks.|
Substitute takes damage for user, until it runs out of HP.
If the user dynamaxes, the substitute vanishes.
|TR21||Reversal||Fighting||The move deals more damage, the lower the users HP becomes.||N/A|
|TR22||Sludge Bomb||Poison||30% chance of poisoning the opponent.||90|
|TR23||Spikes||Ground||Damages Pokémon when they're sent out on opposing side.|
Can be used two times to increase damage.
Inflicts 1/8 of max HP on first use, 1/6 on second use and 1/4 on third use.
|TR24||Outrage||Dragon||Attacks two to three times, refusing to tell player change move.|
User becomes confused afterwards.
|TR25||Psyshock||Psychic||Damage dealt is calcuated by the opponents Defence.||80|
|TR26||Endure||Normal||Leaves the user with 1HP when hit by a move that would normally knock it out. Moves becomes more likely to fail, the more its used.||N/A|
|TR27||Sleep Talk||Normal||Only works when user is asleep.|
Randomly uses another of the user's moves.
|TR29||Baton Pass||Normal||Attacks once for each Pokémon in your party, expect for those either with status conditions or fainted,||N/A|
|TR30||Encore||Normal||Opponent forced to continously reuse the last move it used for 3 turns.|
Dynamax Pokémon unaffected by this.
|TR31||Iron Tail||Iron||30% chance of lowering opponent's Defence by 1 stage.||100|
|TR32||Crunch||Dark||20% chance of lowering opponent's Defence by 1 stage.||80|
|TR33||Shadow Ball||Ghost||20% chance of lowering opponent's Special Defence by 1 stage.||80|
|TR34||Future Sight||Psychic||Damage is dealt to opponent two turns after this move is used.||120|
|TR35||Uproar||Normal||User makes uproar for 3 turns.|
No Pokémon can sleep during this.
|TR36||Heat Wave||Fire||10% chance of burning opponent.||95|
|TR37||Taunt||Dark||Prevents opponents from using status moves for 3 turns.||N/A|
|TR38||Trick||Psychic||Swaps user's and opponent's held items.||N/A|
|TR39||Superpower||Fighting||Lowers user's Attack and Defence by 1 stage.||120|
|TR40||Skill Swap||Psychic||Swaps user's and opponent's Abilities.|
Doesn't work on all Dynamax Pokémon.
|TR41||Blaze Kick||Fire||20% chance of burning opponent.|
More likely to deliver a critical hit.
|TR43||Overheat||Fire||Lowers opponent's Special Attack by 2 stages.||130|
|TR44||Cosmic Power||Psychic||Raises user's Defence and Special Defence by 1 stage each.||N/A|
|TR45||Muddy Water||Water||30% chance of lowering opponent's accuracy by 1 stage.||90|
|TR46||Iron Defense||Steel||Raises user's Defence by 2 stages.||N/A|
|TR48||Bulk Up||Fighting||Raises user's Attack and Defence by 1 stage each.||N/A|
|TR49||Calm Mind||Psychic||Raises user's Special Attack and Special Defence by 1 stage each.||N/A|
|TR50||Leaf Blade||Grass||More likely to be a critical hit.||90|
|TR51||Dragon Dance||Dragon||Raises user's Attack and Speed by 1 stage each.||N/A|
|TR52||Gyro Ball||Steel||Move becomes more powerful the slower the user is compared to their opponent.||N/A|
|TR53||Close Combat||Fighting||Lowers user's Defence and Special Defence by 1 stage each.||120|
|TR54||Toxic Spikes||Poison||Inflicts poison status on opponents who appear on opposing side.|
Using move twice inflicts the badly poisoned status condition.
Effect ends if opponent sends out a poison-type Pokémon.
|TR55||Flare Blitz||Fire||User takes 1/3 damage dealt.|
10% chance of burning opponent.
If user is frozen, this will thaw them, allowing them to continue fighting.
|TR57||Poison Jab||Poison||30% chance of poisoning opponent.||80|
|TR58||Dark Pulse||Dark||20% chance of making opponent flinch.||80|
|TR61||Bug Buzz||Bug||10% chance of lowering target's Special Defence by 1 stage.|
Strikes target even if its using Substitute.
|TR64||Focus Blast||Fighting||10% chance of lowering target's Special Defence by 1 stage.||120|
|TR65||Energy Ball||Grass||10% chance of lowering target's Special Defence by 1 stage.||90|
|TR66||Brave Bird||Flying||User takes 1/3 damage dealt.||120|
|TR67||Earth Power||Ground||10% chance of lowering target's Special Defence by 1 stage.||90|
|TR68||Nasty Plot||Dark||Raises user's Special Attack by 2 stages.||N/A|
|TR69||Zen Headbutt||Psychic||20% chance of making opponent flinch.||80|
|TR70||Flash Cannon||Steel||10% chance of lowering target's Special Defence by 1 stage.||80|
|TR71||Leaf Storm||Grass||Lowers user's Special Attack by 2 stages.||130|
|TR73||Gunk Shot||Poison||30% chance of poisoning opponent.||120|
|TR74||Iron Head||Steel||30% chance of making opponent flinch.||80|
|TR75||Stone Edge||Rock||More likely to be a critical hit.||100|
|TR76||Stealth Rock||Rock||Damages Pokémon sent out by opponent.|
Damage is Rock-type and therefore subjective to type matchups.
|TR77||Grass Knot||Grass||Damage increases the heavies the opponent is.|
No effect against Dynamax Pokémon.
|TR78||Sludge Wave||Poison||10% chance of poisoning opponent.||95|
|TR79||Heavy Slam||Steel||Damage increases the heavier the opponent is.|
If opponent has used Minimize, then the damage is doubled and the attack is a sure hit.
No effect against Dynamax Pokémon.
|TR80||Electro Ball||Electric||Damage increases the faster the user is compared to their opponent.||N/A|
|TR81||Foul Play||Dark||User turns opponent's strength against them.|
Damage is calcuated using the opponent's Attack rather than the user's.
|TR82||Stored Power||Psychic||Damage increases by 20 (max of 860) for each stage the user's stats have been boosted.||20|
|TR83||Ally Switch||Psychic||A high-priority move.|
Users switches places with an ally during a Double Battle.
This will fail if used during a Single Battle or Max Raid.
|TR84||Scald||Water||30% chance of burning opponent.|
If the user is frozen when this move is used, they'll be thawed and the status condition removed.
|TR85||Work Up||Normal||Raises user's Attacl and Special Attack by 1 stage.||N/A|
|TR86||Wild Charge||Electric||User takes 1/4 of damage dealt.||90|
|TR87||Drill Run||Ground||More likely to be a critical hit.||80|
|TR88||Heat Crash||Fire||Damage increases the heavier the opponent is.|
If opponent has used Minimize, then the damage is doubled and the attack is a sure hit.
No effect against Dynamax Pokémon.
|TR89||Hurricane||Flying||30% chance of confusing the opponent.|
100% accurate in the rain weather condition and 50% accurate in harsh sunlight.
Will hit opponents in the sky, due to using moves like Fly or Bounce,
|TR90||Play Rough||Fairy||10% chance of lowering opponent's Attack by 1 stage.||90|
|TR91||Venom Drench||Poison||Lowers Attack, Special Attack and Speed of opponent if their afflicted with poison or badly poisoned status conditions by 1 stage each.||N/A|
|TR93||Darkest Lariat||Dark||Ignores stat changes of opponent when dealing damage.||85|
|TR95||Throat Chop||Dark||Opponent can't used sound based moves for two turns.|
Doesn't affect Dynamax Pokémon.
|TR96||Pollen Puff||Bug||Restores 1/2 of alley's max HP.|
Move becomes more damaging when used as a Max Move.
|TR97||Psychic Fangs||Psychic||Not affected by Aurora Veil or Reflect.|
Removes the effects of Aurora Veil, Light Screen and Reflect.
|TR98||Liquidation||Water||20% chance of lowering target's Defense by 1 stage.||85|
|TR99||Body Press||Fighting||Damage dealt by move is calculated using the user's Defence rather than the user's Attacl.||80|
Looking for more moves? Check out our list of TMs, and their locations, in Pokémon Sword and Shield for more help in creating your ideal Pokémon team.
You can find TRs in the Wild Area either by doing Max Raid Battles or by purchasing them from Watt Traders, who have different wares each day. The type of Pokemon you battle in a Max Raid Battle will determine which kind of TRs you'll get as a reward.How do TRs work in Pokemon shield? ›
TRs, also known as Technical Records, are a way to teach Pokémon a move or attack in Pokémon Sword and Shield. Just like TMs, each TR is dedicated to one specific move, which it allows you to teach to a specific group of Pokémon. Unlike TMs in Pokémon Sword and Shield, however, TRs break after one use.How do you get technical records in Pokemon sword and shield? ›
All Technical Records can be obtained as drop rewards from Max Raid Battles or purchased from the Watt Trader in the Wild Area (changes daily).What is the difference between TMs and TRs? ›
The biggest difference between TMs and TRs is the amount of times they can be used. TMs have unlimited use, but TRs can only be used once to teach a move before they break.Can you trade TRs Pokemon? ›
In Pokémon Sword and Shield, TRs are found in the Wild Area, where they can be received as rewards for completing Max Raid Battles or can be exchanged for Watts with Watt Traders throughout the area.Can TRs be used more than once? ›
TRs are similar to TMs in Pokemon Sword and Shield, though TRs can only be used once.What is the difference between TM and R Pokémon? ›
A TR is a black disc and a TM is a more glossy, shiny disc. TRs can be bought from Watt traders around the Wild Area, but the most common way to grab them is from completing Max Raids. Raid Pokémon have a chance to drop specific TRs. Serebii does a great job listing out where they are.How many Pokemon are unobtainable in sword and shield? ›
While most Pokémon games have hundreds of Pokémon that aren't available natively in the game but can be transferred across using various methods including Pokémon Bank, Pokémon Sword & Shield do not have the Pokémon not available within the game. 234 Pokémon are, at time of writing, unavailable in the games.How do you get Zeraora sword and shield? ›
Zeraora has a chance of appearing in Max Raid Battles that are three stars or more. In five-star Max Raid Battles, there's a chance that an especially powerful Shiny Zeraora will appear!How many obtainable Pokemon are in a Sword? ›
All Pokémon confirmed as available in Sword and Shield's Galar Pokédex. With the release of Pokémon Sword and Shield comes the reveal of the complete Galar Pokédex, which holds 400 Pokémon.
This procedure has been used for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, with an approved therapeutic application for a subset of people with depression. There are 3 basic types of TMS: single-pulse, paired pulse, or repetitive TMS (rTMS). In single-pulse TMS, one pulse is applied no faster than once every few seconds.Is deep TMS better than repetitive TMS? ›
The difference between rTMS and deep TMS has to do with the type of coil used. The deep TMS coil stimulates deeper and wider areas of the brain, compared with rTMS . Deep TMS coils have been FDA -approved for OCD and to stop smoking.What is a disadvantage of TMS? ›
Facial twitching during the treatment. Skin redness at site of coil placement. Anxiety before and during treatment. Mild discomfort (usually dissipates by end of first treatment).What are TRS trades? ›
What Is a Total Return Swap? A total return swap is a swap agreement in which one party makes payments based on a set rate, either fixed or variable, while the other party makes payments based on the return of an underlying asset, which includes both the income it generates and any capital gains.How do surprise trades work? ›
Surprise Trade is a new feature/mechanic but it's similar to Wonder Trades from previous Pokemon games. This unique kind of trade involves you picking any Pokemon, from any box, and putting it up to Trade. You don't know what you're going to get back and that's the Surprise!Where can I find tr53? ›
|Description||The user fights the target up close without guarding itself. This also lowers the user's Defense and Sp. Def stats.|
|How To Get||Raid Battle Reward: Rare Drops from raid bosses that is the same type with the move type. (Exceptions exist based on Area and Den)|
So, if you take a medication in the morning and at night, take TRS at noon. To detoxify a heavy metal buildup, it is recommended to continue for 5 months. 6. After your symptoms have resolved, you can discontinue and let your body to its own detoxification, or you can do a lower maintenance dose of 1 spray per day.How long can TRS run? ›
50 feet should be no problem for a balanced line level signal between components (like a mixer and a headphone amp). A standard TRS cable should do nicely if you can find one long enough. You may want to look into bulk cable and solder your own ends on, then you can make it pretty much any length you need.What does TRS stand for? ›
Telecommunications Relay Service allows persons with hearing or speech disabilities to place and receive telephone calls. TRS is available in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. territories for local and/or long distance calls.What is the rarest Pokémon to get in Pokemon Sword and Shield? ›
Unlike many other evolved forms, Milotic actually can't be found out in the wild, so the only way to get one is either through a trade or by finding a Feebas. Unfortunately, Feebas is among the rarest Pokémon in Sword & Shield.
Pokemon Sword and Shield contains four Legendary Pokemon. You can catch two of the three in each version of the game. Zacian and Zamazenta can only be caught in Sword or Shield respectively. Eternatus, the hidden Legendary Pokemon in Sword and Shield, can be caught in both versions of the game.What evolves into Zeraora? ›
Zeraora (Japanese: ゼラオラ Zeraora) is an Electric-type Mythical Pokémon introduced in Generation VII in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon.Can I breed Zeraora? ›
As a Mythical, Zeraora cannot breed.Which is better ECT or TMS? ›
Lastly, TMS has fewer side effects than ECT. In addition, TMS does not require sedation, saving a patient the added risk, complications and side effects associated with general anesthesia, which is necessary for ECT.Is all TMS the same? ›
There are two main types of TMS treatment – both fall under the rTMS, or repetitive TMS category – the first is simply called TMS, while the second is deep TMS. While both can, and are, used for Major Depressive Disorder treatment, research literature indicates a few crucial differences between the two.Can you do TMS at home? ›
TMS home devices are becoming popular among those suffering from depression, anxiety, and insomnia as they can implement home brain stimulation in a cost-effective and safe setting. Before purchasing a TMS device, it is essential to understand how the self-guided treatment works to ensure it is suitable.Can you do too much TMS? ›
There is a risk that clinical symptoms of depression would worsen if they are not adequately treated. In some patients, particularly those with underlying bipolar disorder or severe anxiety, TMS can be overly stimulating to the brain and induce worsening anxiety, panic, or insomnia.What is the failure rate of TMS? ›
Many patients considering TMS therapy want to know the chances of success and what they can expect by undergoing the procedure. Based on the data available from most TMS providers, the success rate stands between 70% and 80%, meaning that most people who undergo treatment experience relief after the treatment.Why is TMS better than DBS? ›
What's the Difference Between TMS and Deep Brain Stimulation? TMS uses noninvasive magnetic stimulation to safely activate and strengthen the brain's communication channels. Deep brain stimulation, on the other hand, is a surgical procedure where electrodes are planted directly onto the brain.
- Get adequate sleep. At the beginning of TMS treatment, patients may experience slight lightheadedness. ...
- Remain conscious. ...
- Consume caffeine. ...
- Eat healthy, nutritious meals. ...
- Stay hydrated. ...
- Talk during sessions. ...
- Engage in physical activities. ...
- Use medications according to prescription.
Possible Deep TMS Side Effects following OCD Treatment
Headaches (32% in treatment group, 35% in sham group). Anxiety (12% in treatment group, 3% in sham group). Jaw pain (8% in treatment group, 1% in sham group). Common cold (8% in treatment group, 9% in sham group).
If a patient were to stop treatment mid-course, there will unlikely be any positive or long-lasting reduction of their depressive symptoms.How does EV training work in Pokemon shield? ›
EV training using jobs
Once you get to Hammerlocke, you'll unlock a new set of Poké Jobs that let you send your Pokémon off to get EV trained. The longer you send them off for, the more EVs they'll gain. For every hour your Pokémon is doing a job, you get 4 EVs.
TMs are items in Pokemon Sword and Shield that can be used to teach moves to Pokemon. They can be reused over and over again, unlike TRs (Technical Records).Can you remember TR moves? ›
You can't remember TM moves that you chose to forget, and not all evolved Pokemon--including Raichu--can learn the moves their pre-evolved forms would have learned normally.What time do Watt Traders reset? ›
Each one offers 5 different TRs in exchange for some Watts, and the TRs they offer change at midnight (if you saved the game any time that day).How do you know what Pokemon gives you EV? ›
You can check your Pokémon's EVs by opening their summary menu and pressing the L trigger on their stat screen. The solid colored shape will show the EVs. Stats with maxed-out EVs will sparkle.How do you get perfect EVs? ›
- Get Pokemon With Good Stats (Immediately)
- Use Berries that remove unwanted EVs.
- Use Items that increase EVs.
- Get EV Boosting Held Items.
- Get Pokerus.
- Send your Pokemon to Hammerlocke University via Poke Jobs.
- EV training through battling.
Start EV training from birth.
EV training begins at birth. If you want perfect control over your Pokémon's EVs, you'll want to start from the minute they're born, when their EVs are still a blank slate. Breed Pokémon in order to get eggs in your desired species that you can raise and train to be the best!
To learn old moves, open the menu by pressing X, select the Pokémon you want to learn old moves, and choose “Check Summary.” Press the right button (analog or d-pad works fine) and then press A. After selecting “Remember moves,” a menu will appear showing all your Pokémon's previously learned moves.How often do Watt Traders refresh? ›
Each of these Watt Traders' stock follows a schedule that changes daily, and always consists of one type of Poké Ball, a Wishing Piece, and five distinct TRs.Do Watt Traders sell love balls? ›
One of these types of traders are Watt Traders, where you can exchange Watts (the currency you get from dens) for different items. One of the items you can buy from these Watt Traders are the special Poké Balls, like the Love Ball.How often do traders reset? ›
The default stock refresh time for traders is 1 hour (real life time).