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Pokemon Sword and Shield Sachet to evolve Spritzee into Aromatisse

Pokemon Sword and Shield Spritzee
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The Pokemon Sword and Shield Sachet is a particularly fragrant item, which you'll want to track down if perfumed ‘mons is your thing. It's an important object that's hard to locate in Pokemon Sword and Shield, but it's worth putting in the effort as it allows you to evolve the mystical Spritzee into Aromatisse. The Spritzee is a Fairy-type Pokemon which would normally be found in the Kalos region, and in Galar it is exclusively tied to Pokemon Shield – meaning that if you're a Pokemon Sword player then you'll need to find a buddy with Shield to make a trade with. Spritzee requires the Pokemon Sword and Shield Sachet to evolve, so in this guide we'll explain how to find the Fairy and teach you how to evolve Spritzee into Aromatisse.

How to get a Spritzee in Pokemon Sword and Shield

Pokemon Sword and Shield Spritzee

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Spritzee is a wispy Pokemon with a big beak that floats around in Pokemon Shield, the version of the game it is exclusive to. The easiest way to find it is to head to Route 5, an area found early in the game. There should be a ton of Spritzee’s floating around in the tall grass waiting to be captured, hovering around the level 20 mark. 

If you picked up Pokemon Sword instead, your options are somewhat limited. Send over some Pokemon in a surprise trade or head to online communities like Reddit or Twitter to request one from somebody online. If you have a trusted friend with a spare or the means to breed Spritzees, even better!

How to get a Sachet in Pokemon Sword and Shield

Pokemon Sword and Shield Sachet

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Unfortunately, the only way to find this item in Pokemon Sword and Shield is to use Battle Points, which means beating the game. You’ll have to head to the Hammerlocke Pokemon Center and speak to the trader standing to the right of the Pokemart vendors. She will sell you a Sachet for 10 BP, a currency you can only earn by taking part in the Battle Tower which is unlocked once you beat the campaign of Pokemon Sword and Shield. Beyond the above, you could trade with a friend who has one if you’re too early in the game.

How to evolve Spritzee into Aromatisse in Pokemon Sword and Shield

Pokemon Sword and Shield Aromatisse

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Sachet collected, evolving Spritzee is now a fairly simple process. Get in touch with a friend who also owns Pokemon Sword or Shield and ask them if they’d be fine with a trade back and forth to help you out. Trade Spritzee whilst it is holding the Sachet and it will evolve into Aromatisse during the process. Then trade it back for a random ‘mon to pay your friend for their time and you will now own a fancy new Aromatisse. Score!

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