Ever since the announcement of Pokemon Sword & Shield, Sword has been my choice. I needed my dog with a sword, and now I can try to catch him. I know many people picked up Shield (I think Galar Ponyta is to to blame), but I care more for the legendaries than for the exclusives which can be easily traded.
After the reveal of Wooloo I decided to do a challenge, my personal wooloo challenge: Make a team of just Wooloos and get into the Hall of Fame. Which means beating the Champion with just Wooloos. I didn’t decide on other rules before I started playing, and probably won’t add any either.
I really like Wooloo, the lovely ball of wool, and the trouble it makes. Sheep on the train tracks happen in real life too, not just in the UK. We’ve had them too. I managed to catch two so far, so I need a few more. I’ll probably leave a set with breeders when I encounter them. I do need a female Wooloo though.
Sobble is my partner, continuing my streak of water starters. He’s the first Pokemon to evolve so far after beating (and catching) a few Dynamax Pokemon.
I’m not that far into the game yet as I explore the first wild area before moving on. Or until I run out of Poke balls. Thankfully, I can purchase more Poke balls with the watts I find. I’m a bit overwhelmed by the diversity of the Pokemon in just this area. I really hope I can catch some more before moving on. Completing my pokedex isn’t high on the priority list, but I’d like to do that for a change.
Playing on the Switch is so much easier on my hands than with the 3DS so I’ll put more hours in this one than I did in Pokemon Sun/Moon. Completing the game might not be a dream anymore.
Come back later to find out more about my adventures with Wooloo!