- Sep 18, 2013
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Yes, the apples are version exclusive. The Tart Apple is in Sword and the Sweet apple is in Shield.I have two questions:
- Are the apples for Applin version exclusive or can I obtain both in the same game? I know the evolutions themselves are version exclusive, but I don't know if the items are as well.
How early into the game can Toxel be encountered? I would look on Serebii myself, but I want to minimize the chances of coming into contact with spoilers regarding this Pokemon. Thanks.
The Applin evolution item is obtained from a boy with reddish-orange hair in Hammerlocke. He is right off the main path through Hammerlocke, close to the Pokemon center on the very part side of Hammerlocke (I think he's just right beyond the bridge that's to the right of said Pokemon center, but I can't remember the exact layout). He actually asks you to give him an Applin, wanting to give it to a girl who's moving away. But, she turns down the gift when he says that someone else gave it to him, so he gives the Pokemon back to you, as well as the Tart Apple (Sword)/Sweet Apple (Shield)Does anyone know where you get the Applin evolution apples in Hammerlock?
How fun a game is is more of an opinion, but the general reception I have seen of the games is quite good. People who are playing the games love them and are having a lot of fun. In fact I have seen quite a few reports of people who are only making it to the first gym after like 8 hours of playing because of the Wild Area. Personally, I find them very fun, to the point where I have hardly set the game down since I got it. While nowhere near as big as a game like BOTW, it gives me that same feeling I had when I played BOTW, that feeling of so much pure enjoyment and fun that I can't set the game down.how fun is the game?