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Pokemon Sword & Shield Digging Duo Guide

Pokemon Sword & Shield Digging Duo Guide
What items do you get, is it worth it? These questions and more answered in our Pokemon Sword & Shield Digging Duo Guide. The Digging Duo are a couple of brothers tucked away in the Wild Area, they offer you the opportunity to find some hidden treasures.

Using either brother to dig up treasures cost Watts (W). They are a common currency but can still be hard to find. Check out our guide on how to get Watts if you’re running low.

Where To Find The Digging Duo

Where To Find The Digging Duo
You can find the Digging Duo in the Wild Area. Right near the Nursery (where you breed Pokemon and hatch eggs). It’s in Bridge Field, on the way to Hammerlocke.

What’s The Difference Between The Two Brothers

Each brother boasts a different ability. One boasts Stamina, the other Boasts Skill. It’s difficult to be certain but our experiments suggest that the Stamina brother can find more treasures each time he digs, but they have an overall slightly lesser value. The Skill brother doesn’t find as many treasures, but it’s here you’ll find the more valuable items, if you’re lucky enough to find them. However, there’s every chance it’s entirely random.

What Items Can You Get

The items are random but there are different items for each brother, as shown below. This is not a full list of items, just ones we have discovered ourselves.

Skill Brother

  • Shiny Stone
  • Dawn Stone
  • Sun Stone
  • Comet Fragment
  • Rare Bone
  • Lagging Tail
  • Wishing Piece
  • Ice Stone
  • Moon Stone
  • Dusk Stone
  • Comet Shard
  • Sticky Barb
  • Metal Jacket

Stamina Brother

  • Smooth Rock
  • Bag Of Stardust
  • Dawn Stone
  • Damp Rock
  • Hard Stone
  • Heat Rock
  • Sun Stone
  • Everstone
  • Light Clay
  • Lagging Tail
  • Leaf Stone
  • Bag of Soft Sand
  • Star Piece

Anymore questions on the Digging Duo? Post a comment below.

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