Temtem – How to Train TVs

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Guide to train ur TVs. With locations.

What Are the TVs?

The TVs (Training Values). Basically when u kill an enemy Temtem, you get experience for level, and you get experience points on TVs.

It depends on the item you kill will give you points in one stat or other.

If you want, you can buy fruits on Omninesia too.

HP (Paharo)

You can train HP by defeating Paharos in Deniz.

They will give 1 point for each defeated Paharo.

Right in the area marked on this map.

STA (Tateru)

You can train STA by defeating Taterus in Deniz.

They will give 2 points for each Tateru defeated.

Right in the area marked on this map.

SPD (Skail)

You can train SPD by defeating Skails in Deniz.

They will give 1 point for each defeated Skail.

Just as you enter the fort, climb the stairs above and you will be in the marked area of the map.

ATK (Ganki)

Puedes entrenar ATK derrotando Gankis en Deniz.

Darán 1 punto por cada Ganki derrotado.

Justo en la zona marcada en este mapa.

DEF (Lapinite & Crystle)

You can train DEF by defeating Lapinites & Crystles in Tucma.

Right in the area marked on this map.

  • They will give 2 points for each Lapinite defeated.
  • They will give 2 points for each Crystle defeated.

Important: In that area also appear Gyalis. Do not kill GYALIS.

SPATK (Platipets & Wiplumps)

You can train SPATK defeating Platipets and Wiplumps in Tucma.

  • They will give 1 point for each Platipet defeated.
  • They will give 2 points for each Wiplump defeated.

Right in the area marked on this map.

SPDEF (Fomu)

You can train SPDEF defeating Fomus in Deniz.

They will give 2 points for each Fomu defeated.

Right in the area marked on this map, catch away on the river, but it’s worth it.

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