Meowth Kanto Regular Form in Pokemon Sword & Shield

Pokemon Sword & Shield Kanto Region Meowth is a form of Meowth that you can find in the game. The Meowth from Kanto is the “original” form, and looks very different from the Galarian Meowth, which is the default in Pokemon Sword & Shield. Consequently, finding the Pokemon SwSh Kanto Meowth requires some leg work, since you cannot catch it anywhere. If you want to know how to get Kanto Region Meowth form in Pokemon Sword & Shield, then this guide is the right place for you.

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Meowth Kanto Regular Form in Pokemon Sword & Shield
Meowth Kanto Regular Form in Pokemon Sword & Shield

How to Get Regular Kanto Meowth in Pokemon Sword & Shield?

To get the Kanto Region form of Meowth in Pokemon Sword & Shield, there are two things you can do: trade with an NPC, or redeem your Mystery Gift. We’ve already covered the latter in our Pokemon Sword & Shield How Mystery Gift Works guide, so check that out for the details. Long story short, the first Mysterious Gift that you redeem should be a Kanto Meowth. That’s pretty simple, but maybe not the most reliable way to do so. Or, maybe you insist on playing offline, like I do.

If you don’t want to mess with the Mysterious Gifts for whatever reason, here’s what you need to do. First, make sure that you have a Galarian Meowth in your possession. You can find them aplenty on Route 4, if you need one. Then, proceed to Turffield Stadium and speak with the boy in a blue sweater in the hall. He’ll offer to trade his Meowth, which is a Kanto form, for your Galarian Meowth. Complete the trade, and you’ll be the proud owner of a Kanto Meowth called Cash. It even comes with a Sitrus Berry, and even one bar in its Dynamax Level stat.

So, that’s how you can get a Kanto Region Meowth in Pokemon Sword & Shield. It evolves into Persian when it hits level 28, so there’s that to look forward to. If you need further help with the game, allow me to redirect you to our long list of Pokemon Sword & Shield guides. For example, we’ve got Type: Null Legendary Pokemon, Zacian & Zamazenta Legendary Pokemon, and Change Pokemon Nature.

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