Pokemon Sword & Shield are the newest Switch JRPGs from Game Freak for the Nintendo Switch and there are a bunch of Pokemon to catch and raise. If you’re trying to look for a particular fighting-type Pokemon, we got you covered. Here’s how to get Tyrogue in Pokemon Sword & Shield.
How to Get Tyrogue in Pokemon Sword & Shield
Surprisingly enough, Tyrogue is pretty easy to find in Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield. Once you enter the first Wild Area and explore the various sections, you should be able to spot a Tyrogue if you look long enough.
If you want specific sections of the first Wild Area where you can find Tyrogue, here’s where it can be caught:
- Dappled Grove
- Giant’s Seat
- Rolling Fields
- South Lake
- West Lake Axewell
If you’re already past the first Wild Area and don’t feel like going back, Tyrogue can also be found on Route 3 just west of Motostoke and in the Wild Area south of Hammerlocke in the Stony Wilderness section.
How to Evolve Tyrogue
If you have caught a Tyrogue and are wondering what level it evolves on or what it evolves to, here’s the deal.
Once Tyrogue hits level 20, there are three different Pokemon that it can evolve into. If Tyrogue’s defense stat is lower than its attack, it’ll evolve into Hitmonchan. If its attack is higher than its defense, it will evolve into Hitmonlee and if both stats are equal, it’ll evolve into Hitmontop.
And that’s pretty much all you need to know about how to get Tyrogue in Pokemon Sword and Shield. For more Sword and Shield content, be sure to look over our extensive Wiki Guide for more tips and tricks.
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Tyrogue can be easily found on Route 3 and in several sections of the Wild Area south of Motostoke such as Dappled Grove, Giant’s Seat, Rolling Fields, South Lake, Miloch, and West Lake Axewell. It can also be found in the Wild Area south of Hammerlocke in the section called Stony Wilderness.