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What Gift Pokemon Can You Get?

Pokemon Sword and Shield Walkthrough and Guide by warrior13
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Like all previous Mainstream Pokemon Games, players will be able to receive Gift Pokemon during journey within Pokemon Sword & Shield. These Pokemon come at not cost to trainers, and a few have special traits to them. Unfortunately, the number of Gift Pokemon in these games is quite few, so trainers will need to take full advantage of them while they can.

Available Gift Pokemon
Starter Pokemon: The first Gift Pokemon a player will receive is their Starter Pokemon from Leon in their hometown of Postwick. Trainers will have the choice between Grookey (Grass Type), Scorbunny (Fire Type), and Sobble (Water Type), each coming at Level 5. The Starter Pokemon that is weak against the Starter Pokemon a trainer chooses will go to Hop, while the Starter Pokemon strong against the Starter Pokemon a player selects will go to Leon. These three cannot be a Shiny Pokemon when selected, and they cannot have their Hidden Ability either.

Pikachu: If you have a Save Data for Let's Go Pikachu on the Nintendo Switch you are playing Pokemon Sword & Shield on, you will receive a special Pikachu from a man and his children within the Meetup Spot in the Wild Area. This Pikachu will come at Level 10 and has the ability to Gigantamax when in battles that allow it, but it cannot be a Shiny Pokemon and it cannot evolve.

Eevee: If you have a Save Data for Let's Go Eevee on the Nintendo Switch you are playing Pokemon Sword & Shield on, you will receive a special Eevee from a man and his children within the Meetup Spot in the Wild Area. This Eevee will come at Level 10 and has the ability to Gigantamax when in battles that allow it, but it cannot be a Shiny Pokemon and it cannot evolve.

Toxel: Within the Daycare Center on Route 5 is a trainer that recently received an Egg from the Daycare Center that hatched into a Toxel. They will ask you to take it off their hand, and if you do, it will come at Level 1.

Fossil Pokemon: During your journey, you can find various fossils along the way. If you take these fossils to the Fossil Lady on Route 6, she will be willing to combine to of the fossils in order to revive a Pokemon. If you give her the Fossilized Bird and Fossilized Drake, you will receive Dracozolt. If you give her the Fossilized Bird and Fossilized Dino, you will receive Arctozolt. If you give her the Fossilized Fish and Fossilized Drake, you will receive Dracovish. If you give her the Fossilized Fish and Fossilized Dino, you will receive Arctovish. Each will come at Level 10.

Type: Null: After completing the Main Story, you will gain access to the Battle Tower. Within the Battle Tower, you will find a member of League Staff that will give you a Type: Null. It will come at Level 50, and you will also receive the Memory Items it can use once it evolves into Silvally.

Charmander: After completing the Main Story, you will find a Poke Ball in Leon's Bedroom within their family house in Postwick. This Poke Ball contains a Gift Charmander for your trainer from Leon for stopping Chairman Rose and saving The Galar Region. This Charmander comes at Level 5, and it will have the ability to Gigantamax in battles that allow it once it has fully evolved into Charizard.

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