How To Get Mud Shot (TM035) in Scarlet and Violet

Check out this guide to find out where to get Mud Shot and which Pokemon should learn the move in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

In Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, players can obtain Technical Machines (TM), a type of data disc that help Pokemon learn new moves. TMs are a quick and easy way to learn a new move without too much grinding or waiting. Mud Shot is one of these useful Technical Machines. Find out how to get Mud Shot (TM 035) in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

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Obtaining Mud Shot TM 035 in Scarlet and Violet

TM035 teaches a Pokemon the move Mud Shot. Mud Shot is an Ground type move with mid power and high accuracy. This move can lower an opposing player’s speed by one stage. Here are the stats for Mud Shot:

TypeGround
CategorySpecial
Power55
Accuracy95
PP24

Mud Shot can be unlocked after battling Team Star Dark Crew Leader. Mud Shot can then be crafted using the following: 800 LP, Wooper Slime x3, and Sandile Claw x3.

mud shot location pokemon scarlet violet
Mud Shot TM 035 location in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet (via Pokemon)

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The move is super effective (x2) on Fire, Electric, Poison, Rock, and Steel type Pokemon. It has an average effect (x0.5) on Grass and Bug type Pokemon, with zero effect on Flying types. Paidean Wooper and Quagsire can learn this move by default. Mud Shot is available to other Pokemon who level up or learn via TM, while Surskit and Masquerain can learn by Egg Move.

Check out this list of all the Pokemon who can learn this move via TM or level up.

  • Lechonk (Level or TM)
  • Bellibolt (Level or TM)
  • Oinkologne (Male or Female) (Level or TM)
  • Nacil (Level or TM)
  • Clodshire (Level or TM)
  • Rellor (Level or TM)
  • Tadbulb (Level or TM)
  • Nacistack (Level or TM)
  • Garganacl (Level or TM)
  • Toedscool (Level or TM)
  • Toedscruel (Level or TM)
  • Grimer (Level or TM)
  • Muk (Level or TM)
  • Wooper (Level or TM)
  • Koraidon (TM)
  • Fidough (TM)
  • Cyclizar (TM)
  • Grafaiai (TM)
  • Klawf (TM)
  • Wiglett (TM)
  • Greavard (TM)
  • Shroodle (TM)
  • Dundunsparce (TM)
  • Rabsca (TM)
  • Houndstone (TM)
  • Wugtrio (TM)
  • Orthworm (TM)
  • Tandemaus (TM)
  • Maushold (TM)
  • Glimmet (TM)
  • Glimmora (TM)
  • Dachsbun (TM)
  • Great Tusk (TM)
  • Sandy Shocks (TM)
  • Iron Treads (TM)
  • Ting-Lu (TM)
  • Wo-Chien (TM)
  • Diglett (TM)
  • Dugtrio (TM)
  • Psyduck (TM)
  • Golduck (TM)
  • Slowpoke (TM)
  • Slowbro (TM)
  • Shelder (TM)
  • Cloyster (TM)
  • Marill (TM)
  • Azumarill (TM)
  • Sudowoodo (TM)
  • Paidean Wooper (TM)
  • Quagsire (TM)
  • Slowking (TM)
  • Dunsparce (TM)
  • Qwilfish (TM)
  • Houndour (TM)
  • Houndoom (TM)
  • Phanpy (TM)
  • Donphan (TM)
  • Larvitar (TM)
  • Pupitar (TM)
  • Tyranitar (TM)
  • Surskit (TM)
  • Masquerain (TM)
  • Breloom (TM)
  • Slakoth (TM)
  • Vigoroth (TM)
  • Slaking (TM)
  • Makuhita (TM)
  • Hariyama (TM)
  • Azurill (TM)
  • Sableye (TM)
  • Gulpin (TM)
  • Swalot (TM)
  • Numel (TM)
  • Camerupt (TM)
  • Grumpig (TM)
  • Barboach (TM)
  • Whiscash (TM)
  • Pachirisu (TM)
  • Shellos (East Sea) (TM)
  • Gastrodon (East Sea) (TM)
  • Bonsly (TM)
  • Gible (TM)
  • Gabite (TM)
  • Garchomp (TM)
  • Hippopotas (TM)
  • Hippowdon (TM)
  • Croagunk (TM)
  • Toxicroak (TM)
  • Leafeon (TM)
  • Glaceon (TM)
  • Basculin (TM)
  • Sandle (TM)
  • Krokorok (TM)
  • Krookodile (TM)
  • Cubchoo (TM)
  • Beartic (TM)
  • Skiddo (TM)
  • Gogoat (TM)
  • Skrelp (TM)
  • Dragalge (TM)
  • Clauncher (TM)
  • Clawitzer (TM)
  • Goomy (TM)
  • Sliggoo (TM)
  • Goodra (TM)
  • Yungoos (TM)
  • Gumshoos (TM)
  • Crabrawler (TM)
  • Crabominable (TM)
  • Mareanie (TM)
  • Toxapex (TM)
  • Mudsdale (TM)
  • Sandygast (TM)
  • Palossand (TM)
  • Skwovet (TM)
  • Greedent (TM)
  • Chewtle (TM)
  • Drednaw (TM)
  • Sillicobra (TM)
  • Sandaconda (TM)
  • Cufant (TM)
  • Copperjah (TM)

That’s it for this particular Technical Machine and how to obtain it. We hope that has helped you teach your Pokemon the move you require. Let us know if you have any more hints or tips in the comments below. Next up, why not check out how to get Dragon Claw in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet? Good luck!

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