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How To Hatch Eggs In Pokemon Sword & Shield

How To Hatch Eggs In Pokemon Sword & Shield
Pokemon breeding is back and with it, tons of eggs! This guide explains How To Hatch Eggs In Pokemon Sword & Shield as breeding, hatching, and raising new Pokemon is one of the most exciting ways to build, expand, and improve your best Pokemon line-ups.

Everybody knows breeding Pokemon is one of the best ways to make a Pokemon the strongest it can be. Pokemon gain more stats when leveling under a trainer, so Wild Pokemon are always weaker than a similar level Pokemon that has been raising under a Trainer for a long time.

How To Hatch Eggs In Pokemon Sword & Shield

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The Pokemon Nursery can be found in Route 5 and there is one in the Wild Area as well.

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You can get an Egg by placing two compatible Pokemon inside the Pokemon Nursery. Typically, a male and female of the same Pokemon type. Pokemon can inherit various stats, moves, and natures from their parents, making it a great way to boost a Pokemon’s potential quickly. The Breeders wont alert you when an egg is there, so you will have to check for yourself every now and then. Put the egg in your party and run around for a 20 minutes or so and it will hatch, eggs hatch over time as you are walking. It comes out at level one, but you can level it quickly with EXP share.

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