Pokémon Sword and Shield guide: Where to find Fossil Pokémon and combinations list


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There are four different types of fossils Pokemon sword Y Signand instead of making each fossil a Pokemon, you mix and match the different fossils to create different Pokemon.

There are four types of fossils in both games: Bird, Dinosaur, Draco and Fish.

If you have a compatible set of two, there’s a master in there Itinerary 6 this will allow you to bring them back to life. The compatible sets are:

  1. Petrified Bird + Petrified Drake = Dracozolt (Electric/Dragon)
  2. Petrified Bird + Petrified Dino = Arctozolt (Electric/Ice)
  3. Petrified Fish + Petrified Drake = Dracovish (Water/Dragon)
  4. Petrified Fish + Petrified Dino = Arctovish (Water/Ice)

Note that the Professor will only ask you to revive a fossil if you have one of the right combinations in your inventory. Otherwise, only fossil Pokémon will be discussed.


The fossil professor can be seen just behind a row of fossils.
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Pokemon sword Players can easily find fossils of birds and dinosaurs and Pokémon shield Players will find Drake and Fish fossils easily. Players can find two of the respective fossils from their games. near Fossil Professor. An NPC kept at the side of the Pokémon Center will produce two of the other fossils. All fossils can be found by paying the Digger Brothers bridge field Wild Area range, although the rewards they dig up are random.


where to find fossils
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Update (November 18th): More information was found on fossil items and their exclusivity. This guide has been updated to reflect this.

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