Since its first appearance in the trailers of Sword and Shield Pokémon, Sirfetch'd has attracted the attention of many trainers both because it represents the evolution of a first generation creature, Farfetch'd - which in the Galar version has become a Fighting type - which until now had never had alternative forms, and because it is the only Pokémon to be able to learn the new Shock Blast move once you reach level 70. Many have found it difficult to evolve and consequently obtain this coveted battle partner. In fact, the way it is obtained is unconventional.
Where to find Sirfetch'd in Galar?
Sirfetch'd is only obtained through evolution by Farfetch'd. It is not possible to find it in nature already evolved. Therefore, first of all, a Wild Farfetch'd which can be easily recovered in the early stages of the game and more specifically along the route 5 in the grass next to the Pokèmon Hostel or in the wilds around the fast travel point Mirror of the Giant, which are located southeast of the city of Knuckleburg. This obviously applies to Pokémon Sword owners, since the Galar version of Farfetch'd is an exclusive of that version, while Pokémon Shield players can get this Pokémon and its evolution only by exchanging it, perhaps with one of the other Pokémon exclusive creatures. Sword and Shield.
How to evolve Farfetch'd into Sirfetch'd?
As mentioned, the evolution of Sirfetch'd is particular and does not take into account the level increase nor does it need specific evolutionary stones. What it takes is for Farfetch'd to land three nasty hits in one fight without being exhausted. The blows may not be consecutive, the important thing is that at the end of the fight there are three. A hand certainly gives her the instrument to hold called Shaft, which doubles the likelihood of a bad shot. This tool can be found directly equipped by captured Farfetch'd or, if you are lucky, it can be found on the ground completely randomly. My advice is to catch as many Farfetch'd as possible to find it with high odds.
With the Pokémon armed with Gambo it will therefore be necessary find a trainer who has enough Pokémon (at least two, preferably three) in order to perform the three bad shots necessary for Farfetch'd to evolve into Sirfetch'd. A good idea may be to use it against our adventure partner Hop and try to use ineffective moves depending on the type of opposing Pokémon to have more hits available to be inferred. As soon as the fight with the three bad hits is over, regardless of the level of the Pokémon Farfetch'd it will automatically evolve into Sirfetch'd armed with a sword and leek shield and its magnetic gaze.
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