Motostoke Riverbank

Galar Region - Motostoke Riverbank
Motostoke Riverbank (Town Map view)
Galar Region - Motostoke Riverbank
Motostoke Riverbank (In-game view)

Area Description

Motostoke Riverbank is one of eight zones found in Pokémon Sword and Shield’s vast North Wild Area. It is sandwiched between Bridge Field and North Lake Miloch.

As Trainers cross over into Motostoke Riverbank from the South Wild Area, they are likely to be surprised by a roaming Snorlax—who’s waiting just across the bridge. Its area borders the eastern walls of Motostoke, a city widely known for its giant staircase entrance.

The riverbank introduces Trainers to much more powerful Pokémon, which thrives with a variety of monsters—Dewpiper, Pawniard, Throah, Sawk, and Sigilyph are just a few examples. A small pond is available for those who like to cast for a catch. Finally, four Pokémon Dens and two Berry trees are scattered throughout.

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Galar Region - Bridge Field

Bridge Field

Bridge Field is one of 17 zones found in Pokémon Sword and Shield’s vast Wild Area. It is central to Stony Wilderness and Motostoke Riverbank.

Galar Region - Rolling Fields

Rolling Fields

Rolling Fields is where you’ll get your first taste of Pokémon Sword and Shield’s Wild Area, a sprawling land mass full of life, beauty, and danger.

Galar Region - Axew's Eye

Axew’s Eye

Axew’s Eye, a small island, is one of 17 zones found in Pokémon Sword and Shield’s vast Wild Area. It is located to the south of Motostoke.

Galar Region - Lake of Outrage

Lake of Outrage

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

Galar Region - Hammerlocke Hills

Hammerlocke Hills

Hammerlocke Hills is one of eight zones found in Pokémon Sword and Shield’s vast North Wild Area. It borders Hammerlocke City to the north.

Galar Region - Giant's Mirror

Giant’s Mirror

Giant’s Mirror is one of 17 zones found in Pokémon Sword and Shield’s vast Wild Area. It lies between Hammerlocke Hills and Stony Wilderness.

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