Milcery is a gen 8 pokemon introduced recently in the pokemon sword and shield series. Milcery evolution is quite different from others. You might be wondering How to Evolve Milcery, where to find Milcery and what it looks like after evolution. Well, its appearance depends on you what sweet you will use for Milcery Evolution. It can have different eye colour, different cream decorations and even a completely different colour scheme. Along with evolution, Milcery Location in Pokemon Sword and Shield will be revealed.
Milcery Evolution has a different evolution method than the other 8 gen pokemon alongside Applin, Sinistea, Sirfetch’d, Toxel and Yamask.
Where to find Milcery in Pokémon Sword and Shield? Milcery Location Revealed!
Milcery location is near route 4. The encounter rate at Wild area is fairly good at the bridge field and Giant’s mirror.
you need to stay focused when at long grasses, the random encounter is most likely to happen there. But the weather is also of great importance when you are at Bridge field or at Giant’s Mirror, the weather should be Heavy Fog. Only then you can find Milcery for Milcery Evolution.[irp posts=”25916″ name=”Galarian Farfetch’d Evolution: How to Evolve Farfetch’d into Sirfetch’d?? Farfetch’d Location Revealed!!!”]
Milcery Sweets Location in Pokémon Sword and Shield for Milcery Evolution?
So you have caught a Milcery and want to do Milcery evolution, what you got to do is now find sweets, these are required to evolve your milcery to Alcremie and complete milcery evolution.
There are 7 different types of sweet available in the game for Milcery Evolution.
- Berry Sweet
- Clover Sweet
- Flower Sweet
- Love Sweet
- Ribbon Sweet
- Star Sweet
- Strawberry Sweet
Each type of sweet will impact your Milcery Evolution differently. Each sweet gives different appearances to your Alcremie. The eye color will be different, the color scheme will be different, cream on the top and the toppings/ decoration will be different.
You can earn these sweets by winning battles at the Battle Cafes in either Motostoke, Hammerlocke, and Wyndon. However there is no guarantee that you will get sweet when you battle with the cafe owner, he has a lot to offer and you might have to battle actually many times in order to get a sweet. If you want to get a strawberry sweet for free and don’t want to battle follow my steps
Go to the staircase left to the entry point of the train station. At the top of these stairs instantly turn to your left and pick up the item on the ground by the closed gate. You get your Strawberry Sweet for free. So you ready for Milcery Evolution now?
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How to Evolve Milcery into Alcremie in Pokémon Sword and Shield? Milcery Location?
Now the next step for Milcery Evolution is super easy. What you have to do is make your milcery hold a sweet from the other items section of your bag.
open your bag using the x button, go other items, and choose the sweet of your choice from the sweets you have collected. After that choose the ” give that to a pokemon” option and select milcery you have.
Now what you have to do is spin your avatar at the same spot in the game. Use the left control stick to control and spin your avatar on the same spot. You can make it spin clockwise and anticlockwise, but remember the direction of spin is deciding factor which decided the final Milcery Evolution.
Other factors which decide the Milecery Evolution is the time of the day and the weather of the location. I have posted a table for you guys for a better understanding of Milcery Evolution.
Tips on Evolution of Milcery into Rainbow Swirl Alcremie in Pokémon Sword and Shield
From my experience, I can say that rainbow swirl Alcremie is the hardest to get but it evolves at a particular time i.e. in the evening at 7 pm.
In Pokémon Sword and Shield, the clocks of the towns and significant courses are attached to where you in the story. This implies if your at a spot in the story when it’s set around evening time, at that point these zones will be timed into darkness.
The Wild Area, nonetheless, is attached to the inside clock of your Nintendo Switch, so whatever the time your Switch trusts it to be, day or night, at that point that will be the time in the Wild Area.
This implies in the event that you need a Rainbow Swirl Alcremie, you have to either hold up until 7 pm/19:00 or doctor with your Switch’s inside clock.
To do this, enter the ‘System Settings’ on your Nintendo Switch and look down to ‘system’ at the base of the rundown.
Select this alternative and afterward look down once more, until you reach ‘Date and Time’ and open this choice.
Next, select ‘Synchronize Clock via Internet’ and change to ‘Off’. Doing this will permit you to physically change the inward clock of your Switch to 7 pm/19:00.
Now the clock in your Nintendo is at 7pm start the pokemon shield and sword and go to meetup spot in the wild area which you will find outside the train station
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How useful is Alcremie in Pokémon Sword and Shield after Milcery Evolution?
Alcremie is a Fairy-type pokemon. It has an advantage over the dragon type Pokemon. With Alcremie you ate immune to all dragon-type pokemon moves. Also, The last gym which based on dragon-type pokemon, you will have a great shot in winning the game if you have an Alcremie by your side.
It has also advantages over the fighting and dark type pokemon moves which makes it a good company for the seventh gym which is against dark type themed pokemon in shield and fourth gym in the pokemon sword which is against fight type themed pokemon.
Alcremie can also Gigantamax, helping it to change its appearance and become more powerful.
The issue with Alcremie is that it is not a dual-type pokemon, while there are many fairy dual-type Pokemons out there in both sword and shield, so personally I won’t opt it for the team- building but you know something is better than nothing.
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