Lake of Outrage

Galar Region - Lake of Outrage
Lake of Outrage (Town Map view)
Galar Region - Lake of Outrage
Lake of Outrage (In-game view)

Area Description

Lake of Outrage is one of eight zones found in Pokémon Sword and Shield’s vast North Wild Area. Its eastern edge borders Hammerlocke Hills and Giant’s Cap.

This particular section of the Wild Area is unique in that its land area is accessible only by watercraft. In addition, Lake of Outrage is situated along Galar’s western edge. There are four Pokémon Dens, three fishing spots, and a lone Berry tree.

Though it’s far from the largest zone in the Wild Area, Lake of Outrage teems with wild Pokémon; Haxorus, Flygon, Ditto, Drakloak, and Gardevoir are some of the heavy hitters Trainers can expect to encounter on land. Its water inhabitants include Gyarados, Barraskewda, and Lapras, to name a few.

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