Stored Power is a craftable TM Move in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet that has its pocket monster user attack its opponent with a base Power of 20 and 100 Accuracy. As its name suggests, the damage output is directly related to the Move caster’s stats. In other words, if the user’s stats are boosted, Stored Power’s damage output will be increased. On the other hand, this Move’s Power does not go below 20 if the user’s stats have decreased. Indeedee and Oranguru can wield Stored Power by default, but other pocket monsters, like Armarouge, Slowbro, or Sylveon, will need the TM to learn this Move.
Finding & Crafting Stored Power TM in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet
To get the recipe for the Stored Power TM in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, Trainers can search in multiple locations, including South Province (Area One), South Province (Area Two), and even North Province (Area One). Since players only need one copy to learn the recipe, they can easily find the TM in the early-game location of South Province (Area One).
How to Get the Stone Edge TM 150 in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet
Based on gameplay by YouTube content creator RandomRam, Trainers can find the early-game TM recipe for Stored Power in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet by traveling to Los Platos, the town south of Mesagoza. Next, they must follow the western road out of the settlement. After reaching the portion of the street where the path becomes a dirt trail, players must head toward the large tree near the short cliffs on the left. Go directly behind this tree to find a yellow Poké Ball near the wall. Looting this ball will grant players the Stored Power TM.
To craft the Stored Power TM in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, players will need 800 League Points, three stacks of Ralts Dust, and three Gothita Eyelashes. Ralts can be found in the grassy areas surrounding Los Platos. However, it is a rare spawn, so eating a sandwich might be required to bolster one’s encounter power. Gothita’s habitat is located around Zapapico, a settlement in the southwestern corner of East Province (Area Three). Once players have gathered three of both materials, they can craft Stored Power at a TM Machine.
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet are available on the Nintendo Switch.