Pokemon Sword and Shield Gets Berries From The Generation 2

The Berries you know from Generation 2 are now present in Pokémon Sword and Shield. The Berries from the old games have the same characteristics, but they are a bit different in Sword and Shield.

Now you will find the Berries in the Berry Trees or the Berry Shop in Wedgehurst. To take the berries, you have to shake the tree, and you will find that your bag has space specially allocated for the Berries. If you want to know more about how to use the Berries in Pokemon Sword and Shield, keep reading.

One of the first and common uses of the Berries is for cooking. Collect the Berries and cook Curries for your Pokemon. Each Berry will give various flavors to your Curries. You have the occasion of cooking Berries while you are in the Wild Areas. Also, keep in mind that by providing Curries to your Pokémon, you will bond with it, and its EXP will grow.

Pokemon Sword and Shield Gets Berries From The Generation 2

Besides this, what you can do with the Berries is to lower EVs for changing your Pokemon stats. Some unique Berries can reduce the EVs for your Pokémon with ten points. The following Berries are lowering the EVs – Pomeg Berry for Hp, the Kelpsy Berry for Attack, the Hondew Berry for Special Attack, and the Qualot Berry for Defense, or the Grepa Berry for Special Defense, and lastly, the Tamato Berry for Speed.

Moreover, each Berry will be in different locations. The Aguav Berry will be on Route Nine; the Apricot Berry will be in Lake of Outrage (the Wild Area), the Asper Berry is found on the Route Seven, while the Babiri Berry is on the Bridge Field Wild Area (Island). If you want to find the Charty Berry go to Lake of Outrage Wild Area, while Cheri Berry is in the Wedgehurst Berry Shop from Rolling Fields Wild Area.

Finally, if you explore Route Nine, you will find Chople Berry, Iapapa Berry, Lum Berry, Roseli Berry, Tanga Berry, and Wiki Berry. If you are on Route Seven, you will find the Figy Berry and the Mago Berry. Route Five has the Chesto Berry, while West Lake Asewell, Dappled Grove Wild Area, has the Chilan Berry.

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