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

Pokemon Sword and Shield Isle of Armor Diglett locations
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Right at the start of the DLC, you'll be asked to find 151 Isle of Armor Diglett locations. Of course, this is a mammoth task and they're pretty well hidden to find, so we're here to help. We've found all 151 Diglett locations in the Pokemon Sword and Shield Isle of Armor (opens in new tab) expansion and got a screenshot of every single one to help you find them and earn those sweet rewards. Finding them all is vital if you want to complete your Pokedex in Pokemon Sword and Shield (opens in new tab) so without further ado, here are all of the Isle of Armor Diglett locations, along with the Diglett rewards you can earn.

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Thankfully, all of the Isle of Armor Diglett locations are broke down by area. So the Fields of Honor, where you first meet the Diglett Trainer, has a certain number of Diglett locations, while the Courageous Cavern for example, has less. It's helpful because you know when you can leave that specific area, but unfortunately it doesn't make finding the actual locations any easier. Thankfully though, we've done the hard work! Navigate through the pages to see all of the Isle of Armor Diglett locations split up by location, along with a screenshot of each one.

Isle of Armor Diglett rewards

Pokemon Sword and Shield Isle of Armor Diglett rewards

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What do you get for finding all of the Isle of Armor Diglett though? The rewards are split up in regular intervals, and it's a crucial task to complete if you want to catch 'em all. Here are all of the Isle of Armor Diglett rewards:

  • 5 Diglett: Alolan Meowth (Hidden ability: Rattled)
  • 10 Diglett: Kantonian Slowpoke with Kings Rock (Hidden ability: Regenerator)
  • 20 Diglett: Alolan Vulpix (Hidden ability: Snow Warning)
  • 30 Diglett: Alolan Sandshrew (Hidden ability: Slush Rush)
  • 40 Diglett: Alolan Raichu
  • 50 Diglett: Alolan Marowak
  • 75 Diglett: Alolan Exeggutor
  • 100 Diglett: Alolan starter with hidden ability depending on who you chose at the start
                         Grookey: Rowlet (Hidden ability: Long Reach)
                         Scorbunny: Litten (Hidden ability: Intimidate)
                         Sobble: Popplio (Hidden ability: Liquid Voice)
  • 150 Diglett: Alolan Diglett (Hidden ability: Sand Force)

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Ford James
Ford James

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