How to craft TM 089 Body Press in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet have many TMs that you can use to teach your Pokémon specific moves that they don’t normally learn. One of those TMs is TM 089 Body Press, and it’s a fighting move, meaning only certain Pokémon can learn it. When you use this move, your Pokémon will attack the enemy with its entire body. The more Defense the enemy has, the more damage they will take from this attack. Like any other TM, TM 089 Body Press requires you to collect materials, and here’s how you can do that.

TM 089 Body Press craft supplies and where to get them

Below are all the materials you will need to make TM 089 Body Press.

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  • x8,000 league points
  • x5 cetoddle fat
  • x3 Hawlucha below
  • x3 pawn blade

There are many methods you can use to get League Points, but one of the quickest is to craft TMs. This method requires you to go to a Pokémon Center and use the TM machine to exchange unneeded materials for League Points. You can also defeat Team Star and Tera Pokémon and ambush Tera-Dens for League Points.

If you need Cetoddle Grease, Hawlucha Down, and Pawniard Blade, you’ll need to find these Pokemon at their habitats first. Once you’ve done that, send in your best Pokemon to defeat them and it will give you the materials you need from them. You can also defeat them in a Pokémon battle or capture them to get their materials.

How to make TM 089 Body Press step-by-step

Once you have all the materials you need, follow the steps below to make TM 089 Body Press.

  • Go to any Pokémon Center in the world.
  • Interact with the TM machine on either side of the counter.
  • Select the TM crafting option from the menu.
  • Scroll down to find TM 089 Body Press in the list of TMs.
  • Press the interact button and select the amount you want to craft. How to craft TM 089 Body Press in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

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