Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl have many favorable TMs that players will want to teach their favorite Pokemon. However, some may not be as abundant or easy to find. One of the most powerful Ground-type moves in the game, Earthquake, does just that. Here's where to get the TM26 Earthquake in Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl.
Where to find Earthquake in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
There are three springs where you can find this powerful TM in Gen IV Remakes. Here are their sources:
After obtaining the Cut and Strength HMs as well as having taught TM70 Flash to any of the Pokémon in your party, you can find Earthquake by returning to Wayward Cave. This place is located in the way under the bike path. This cave has two entrances. Go to the left section which is under the bridge. It's going to be a bit hidden, so you'll want to move your character around until you enter a cave.
Right away, you'll be faced with a mostly black cave and some pushable rocks. Go through them and go down to the next floor. You will need to perform a series of bike jumps on the dirt ramps presented to you. Follow the dirt ramp until you reach the far right side of the room in this cave. You will eventually descend several stairs and enter one last room. The earthquake will be on the ground for pick up.
After beat the Elite Four and by getting the National Dex, you can participate in the Battle Tower. You can farm this location for an exclusive set of currencies called Battle Points. You will earn these Battle Points (BP) at the end of each sequence. The longer your streak, the more points you get.
Use these BP to purchase an assortment of items such as stat boosters, berries, held items, and even TMs. Of the TM selection, Earthquake is one of them, costing 80 BP. It's a bit steep but worth the moderate grind.
One of the new features of the Generation IV Remakes is the Grand Underground, a huge open space where players can play online or locally with other people and do things like mining, creating their bases secrets and catching a bunch of Sinnoh native Pokémon. .
As you progress through the game and unlock new areas, you'll eventually find NPCs who sell items in exchange for the shards and other treasures you've dug up from the walls. Sometimes they'll even sell TM26 Earthquake, allowing you to add more to your inventory.
Pokemon Shiny Diamond and Shiny Pearl are now available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.