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Pokemon Sword & Shield Lake of Outrage: Location & All Wild Pokemon

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Pokemon Sword & Shield Lake of Outrage: Location & All Wild Pokemon

The Galar region in Pokemon Sword and Shield has a bunch of different locations you’ll want to check out. Whether it’s the oddly snowy beaches of Route 9, or the luminous fungi town of Ballonlea. The Lake of Outrage is a location tucked away in the corner of a Wild Area, but it’s well worth checking out. You can find a ton of powerful Pokemon in the wild here, plus you can farm evolution stones too.

Getting to Lake of Outrage in Pokemon Sword & Shield

Time needed: 5 minutes.

To sum up how to get to Lake of Outrage.

  1. Head to Hammerlocke Hills

    This is part of the Wild Area just south of Hammerlocke. You can use the Flying Taxi to get here.

    Pokemon Sword and Shield, Lake of Outrage

  2. Head right into the Giant’s Cap area

    With the stairs to Hammerlocke behind you, head right. Hop on your bike to get about quicker. You’ll soon be in Giant’s Cap.

  3. Look for the water right by the large rock

    This body of water is the Lake of Outrage itself. However, there’s an area you can only access by crossing the water. You’ll need the Water Rotom Bike to do this. You get this as part of Sword and Shield’s story.

    Pokemon Sword and Shield, Lake of Outrage

  4. Cross the water

    Crossing the water to the other side will result in you seeing a circle of large rocks sticking out the ground. You can find a bunch of evolution stones behind each one, as well as powerful Pokemon.

    Pokemon Sword and Shield, Lake of Outrage

All Lake of Outrage Overworld Spawning Pokemon

PokemonWeather ConditionEncounter RateSword or Shield
AbomasnowSnowing15%Both
AraquanidRaining25%Both
BarraskewdaAll Weather5%Both
BeheeyemNormal Weather32%Both
BergmiteSnowing5%Both
BisharpSnowstorm25%Both
BoldoreSandstorm30%Both
BraviaryNormal25%Sword only
CopperajahSnowstorm2%Both
DittoAll Weather10%Both
DrakloakHeavy Fog, Overcast, Raining, Thunderstorm1-2%Both
DrapionOvercast24%Both
DurantIntense Sun25%Both
ExcadrillSandstorm35%Both
FlygonIntense Sun1%Both
Galarian WeezingOvercast13%Both
GalvantulaThunderstorm30%Both
GarbodorOvercast30%Both
GlalieSnowing25%Both
GolisopodRaining12%Both
GolurkAll Weather13-23%Both
GothitelleHeavy Fog13%Sword Only
HattereneHeavy Fog25%Both
HaxorusThunderstorm5%Both
HeatmoreIntense Sun5%Both
HitmontopOvercast2%Both
KlinklangSnowstorm30%Both
LampentIntense Sun14%Both
MantineHeavy Fog45%Both
MantykeAll Weather20-70%Both
MorpekoThunderstorm27%Both
NintetalesIntense Sun25%Both
NoivernThunderstorm27%Both
RotomRaining, Thunderstorm2%Both
SeismitoadRaining30%Both
SigilyphNormal Weather50%Both
VanilliteSnowing, Snowstorm50-60%Both
VanilluxeSnowing, Snowstorm20-25%Both
WobbuffetHeavy Fog30%Both
ZweilousSandstorm2%Both

Tall Grass Spawning Pokemon

PokemonWeather Condition/ LocationEncounter RateSword or Shield
BarbacleRaining2%Both
BarraskewdaFishing50%Both
BewearNormal Weather20%Both
BoltundThunderstorm35%Both
Bronzong Heavy Fog25%Both
CherubiShaking Trees5%Both
ClaydolHeavy Fog35%Both
CoalossalIntense Sun25%Both
CorviknightAll Weather20-40%Both
CramorantRaining25%Both
DeinoRaining2%Sword Only
DittoNormal Weather2%Both
DoubladeSnowstorm25%Both
DrampaThunderstorm2%Shield Only
DrednawThunderstorm23%Both
DreepyHeavy Fog, Overcast, Thunderstorm1-2%Both
DugtrioSandstorm40%Both
DuraludonSnowstorm2%Both
EiscueSnowing, Snowstorm2-5%Shield Only
FalinksOvercast6%Both
Galarian Mr. MimeSnowing13%Both
GardevoirHeavy Fog1%Both
GoomyRaining2%Shield Only
GreedentShaking Trees95%Both
GrimmsnarlOvercast25%Both
GyradosFishing5%Both
Hakamo-oThunderstorm2%Both
HippowdonSandstorm25%Both
IndeedeeHeavy Fog14%Both
Jangmo-oIntense Sun, Overcast5%Sword Only
JellicentThunderstorm16%Both
LanturnFishing35%Both
LarvitarIntense Sun, Overcast5%Shield Only
ObstagoonNormal, Sandstorm, Snowing2%Both
OrbeetleNormal13%Both
PangoroOvercast10%Both
PelipperRaining38%Both
PerrserkerSnowstorm40%Both
PiloswineSnowing25%Both
PupitarSandstorm2%Shield Only
QuagsireRaining13%Both
QwilfishFishing10%Both
RhydonIntense Sun33%Both
SandacondaIntense Sun13%Both
SkuntankOvercast33%Both
SliggooThunderstorm2%Shield Only
SnomSnowing40%Both
StonjournerIntense Sun, Sandstorm2-5%Sword Only
StunfiskSandstorm10%Both
TogedemaruSnowstorm13%Both
TurtonatorIntense Sun2%Sword Only
ZweilousThunderstorm2%Sword Only

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