Axew’s Eye

Galar Region - Axew's Eye
Axew's Eye (Town Map view)
Galar Region - Axew's Eye
Axew's Eye (In-game view)

Area Description

Axew’s Eye, a small island, is one of 17 zones found in Pokémon Sword and Shield’s vast Wild Area. It is located between Motostoke to the north and Rolling Fields to the south. It is surrounded by East Lake Axewell.

The island includes one Pokémon Den, one Berry tree, and three fishing spots. It is home to a small variety of Pokémon species including Bewear, Kingler, Axew, and Haxorus. In addition, Pokémon Sword players can find Vulpix in the tall grass while Pokémon Shield players can find Growlithe in the tall grass.

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