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Pokemon Sword and Shield Isle of Armor: Diglett locations and rewards

Isle of Armor Diglett locations: Honeycalm Island

Believe it or not, there are 11 Diglett locations to find on Honeycalm island, and it's easy to skip over one or two.

Isle of Armor Diglett locations: Honeycalm Island

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Start on the westernmost of the six islands. There's a Diglett behind the raid den.

Isle of Armor Diglett locations: Honeycalm Island

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On the north-western island, grab this one where the sand meets the grass.

Isle of Armor Diglett locations: Honeycalm Island

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On the same island, there's a Diglett slightly closer to the central section.

Isle of Armor Diglett locations: Honeycalm Island

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On the next island, this Diglett is near the top.

Isle of Armor Diglett locations: Honeycalm Island

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Hop to the next island in the south-east corner and there's a Diglett behind the rock.

Isle of Armor Diglett locations: Honeycalm Island

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On this same island, there's another one by the raid den.

Isle of Armor Diglett locations: Honeycalm Island

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Then you'll find another Diglett on the next island behind the raid den.

Isle of Armor Diglett locations: Honeycalm Island

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The eighth and final Diglett on the outskirts is by the red flowers and rock on the south-west island.

Isle of Armor Diglett locations: Honeycalm Island

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Now head into the centre, where there are three Diglett in this central hexagon. One is in the red flowers on the northern side.

Isle of Armor Diglett locations: Honeycalm Island

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Another is slightly to the left of the last one, on the eastern side.

Isle of Armor Diglett locations: Honeycalm Island

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And the final one is over to the west.

Ford James

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