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Where To Find Pikachu In Pokemon Sword & Shield

Where To Catch Pikachu In Pokemon Sword & Shield
If you missed your chance at Pikachu at the start, fear not, because we can tell you Where To Find Pikachu In Pokemon Sword & Shield in a quick guide that details the exact location to find Pikachu in the brand new Pokemon game on the Nintendo Switch.

With a vital role in the original Pokemon series and his own movie, it’s no surprise Pikachu still holds the throne of the most popular Pokemon of all time. While the Electric type doesn’t always shine through as much as it does in the anime, he’s still a bucket of explosive cute that’s a great fit to any budding Pokemon Trainers party.

Where To Find & Catch Pikachu In Pokemon Sword & Shield

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Pikachu can be found on Route 4 during the day and night. It is a rarer Pokemon and hard to see in the yellow grass. Try to keep an eye out for the brighter yellow ears of Pikachu while you are in the area. If you don’t see one, head to town and come back.

Where to find Eevee and Pikachu

Pikachu is very fast and is an Electric type. It’s a good idea to use a Ground Pokemon. Ground is strong against Electric so a Ground Pokemon should be able to take plenty of hits without being incapacitated. However, you need to be careful not to kill Pikachu. Avoid using Ground moves if possible, sticking to normal moves to lower Pikachu’s HP so you can catch it more efficiently.

Lower Pikachu’s HP as much as possible before tossing off a ball and you should catch Pikachu easily.

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