One of the rarest Pokemon you can catch in Pokemon Sword and Shield is Drampa. It can only be found in one location on the map, but you’ll need to add it to your Pokedex if you want to get the Shiny Charm. Here’s how to get Drampa in Pokemon Sword and Shield.
Catching Drampa in Pokemon Sword and Shield
So, there’s some good and bad news we need to share with you right now. The good news is that Drampa can be caught in both Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield.
The bad news is that it can only be caught in the tall grass in one location, and even then, it’s got further weather requirements, and an incredibly low spawn rate.
Cutting to the chase, to catch Drampa you’ll need to go to Lake of Outrage. You’ll then need it to be Thunderstorming, so make sure you read up on how to change weather to help with this.
When you’re at the Lake of Outrage (which requires you get the water Rotom Bike to reach it) and you’ve got it Thunderstorming, you’ve then got to walk around in the tall grass. You have a 2% (yes, two) chance of Drampa spawning and engaging you in battle.
We highly advise keeping a bunch of Ultra Balls on you at all times, and a Pokemon with False Swipe and a move that can put a Pokemon to sleep will certainly help make catching Drampa easier in Sword and Shield.
All Moves Drampa Learns at Levels
- Lv. 1 – Play Nice
- Lv. 1 – Echoed Voice
- Lv. 5 – Twister
- Lv. 10 – Protect
- Lv. 15 – Glare
- Lv. 20 – Safeguard
- Lv. 25 – Dragon Breath
- Lv. 30 – Extrasensory
- Lv. 35 – Dragon Pulse
- Lv. 40 – Light Screen
- Lv. 45 – Fly
- Lv. 50 – Hyper Voice
- Lv. 55 – Outrage
Pokemon Sword & Shield Drampa Type Strengths & Weaknesses
Drampa is a Normal and Dragon-type Pokemon. We’ve listed the Pokemon types its strong and weak against below.
- Ghost (Immune)
That’s everything you need to know on how to catch Drampa in Pokemon Sword and Shield. Head on over to our Pokemon Sword and Shield guide wiki, or search for Twinfinite if you’re looking for more tips and tricks.