The all-new Pokemon Sword and Shield versions have gone live. Players have been asking a lot of different questions recently, like how to evolve Pokemon in the game, how to get special Pokemon in the game. And few are asking where to get fossil Pokemon: Dracozolt, Arctozolt, Dracovish, and Arctovish in the game. Stay tuned, if you are also searching for the same.
In the new Pokemon Sword and Shield, you need to find fossils that can be used to turn into a new Pokemon. And there is a catch; you can mix and match two different fossils to create Dracozolt, Arctozolt, Dracovish, or Arctovish. Well, we will be going to discuss the combination later. But first, you must know where you can find the fossils.
Pokemon Sword and Shield players can find the fossils near the fossil professor. An NPC in the Stow-in-Side Pokémon Center will give two of the other fossil. You need to go to the Bridge Field zone of the Wild Area. In the Bridge Field zone, you will find digging brothers. Pay them, and they will dig out the fossils for you.
So, which brother will give you more rewards? Well, there is no point in discussing, as the rewards are entirely random. And if you are a Pokemon Sword player, you will find Bird and Dino Fossils, and Drake and Fish Fossils in case you are a Pokemon Shield player.
Talking about the fossil combinations. As mentioned above, there are four types of fossils in Pokemon Sword and Shield, which can be mixed to revive a new Pokemon. You can check out the combinations below.
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