As with any title in the franchise before it, Pokemon Sword & Shield features a multitude of different ways to evolve your Pokemon. So which of those many different ways does Pawniard use to evolve? Here is everything you need to know about how to evolve Pawniard into Bisharp.
How to Get Pawniard
Before you’re going to be able to evolve this Pokemon, you’ll need to capture it.
There are a few different areas that Pawniard can be caught, with some of them requiring specific whether conditions.
Keep in mind too that Overworld means they can be seen roaming around the grass visibly, while non-overworld means they can be found hidden in the grass.
|Motostoke Outskirts||All Weather (Lv. 21-24)|
|Motostoke Riverbank (Overworld)||Snowstorm (Lv. 26-28)|
|Giant’s Mirror (Overworld)||Snowstorm (Lv. 28-30)|
|Giant’s Cap||Snowstorm (Lv. 26-28)|
|Stony Wilderness||Snowstorm (Lv. 26-28)|
|Route 8 (Overworld)||All Weather (Lv. 39-41)|
As always, you’ll need to battle and capture the wild Pawniard to have them join your team.
How to Evolve Pawniard into Bisharp in Pokemon Sword and Shield
Now that you have a Pawniard in your roster, the next step is to raise it up to the appropriate level in order to turn it into Bisharp.
To be exact, you’ll need to get it to Level 52 to get your Pokemon to evolve into Bisharp. After you reach that level, Pawniard will begin to evolve.
Simply sit back and watch as your beloved, small bladed buddy turns into a sharp, intimidating looking Bisharp.
To summarize how to evolve Pawniard into Bisharp:
- Capture a Pawniard at one of the few locations it can be found.
- Train it via NPC battles or fighting wild Pokemon.
- Reach Level 52.
That’s it trainers. That is everything you need to know about how to evolve Pawniard into Bisharp.
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