Isle of Armor Diglett locations: Soothing Wetlands
The Soothing Wetlands has the highest number of Diglett to find, with 20 of the elusive buggers hidden throughout.
As you enter the Soothing Wetlands from the Fields of Honor, the first Diglett is on your left by the three. Note that in the image, we accidentally picked it up before screenshotting, but it will be in this location.
Keep heading west and the next Diglett is in these yellow flowers by the small lake with a Drednaw spawn.,
Diglett number three is by this log against the southern wall, further to the west.
Then the next one is by these yellow flowers a little further along.
There's another one by the edge of this body of water.
Go a little further into the middle to find this one in the open.
Another Diglett is on the far western side, right before the river bank.
Go left to the end and you'll find this one behind the log.
Now turn around and go to the north-western corner of the Soothing Wetlands. This Diglett is by the red flowers, next to the cluster of trees.
Right next to that is another Diglett by these yellow flowers.
Walk on until you reach the entrance to the Forest of Focus. There's a Diglett by these yellow flowers.
Keep going east till you reach the next body of water, surrounding a small island. There's a Diglett in these red flowers.
And another one right next to it by these yellow flowers.
Go further east again and you'll find a Diglett by this pair of logs.
A few steps north of the logs will lead you to another by these red flowers.
Now turn around and you'll see the body of water with a bottleneck in the middle. This Diglett is on the other side, by the tree and flowers.
Go further east again and there's a Diglett at the top of a large patch of tall grass, facing the entrance to Brawler's Cave.
Head west and look for the tree on a small island. Before you reach it, grab a Diglett on the eastern side of the lake.
Then hop over to the tree, because of course there's a Diglett at the base.
The twentieth and final Diglett is on the western side of the lake, behind this tree.