Sharpedo Locations and How to Get All Stars | New Pokemon Snap (Switch)

This is a guide to Sharpedo's Photodex entry in New Pokemon Snap (Pokemon Snap 2) for the Nintendo Switch. Here you can find out how to take one star, two star, three star, and four star photos for Sharpedo, and how to get a diamond star rating!

Where to Find Sharpedo

Photodex No. 98
Type 1 Type 2
Pokemon Water Image Pokemon Dark Image

Levels Sharpedo Appears In

Reef (Day) Lv. 1 Reef (Day) Lv. 2
Undersea Lv. 1 Undersea Lv. 3
Reef (Day) Lv. 3

Photodex Entry for Sharpedo

1★ Photo Example 2★ Photo Example
1 Star Photo 1★ (Nice and calm) 2 Star Photo 2★ (That's a hit)
3★ Photo Example 4★ Photo Example
3 Star Photo 3★ (Smooth swimming!) 4 Star Photo 4★ (Happy vibes)

1~4 ★ Photos taken by the Game8 Walkthrough Team

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How to Get All Stars for Sharpedo

How to Take Sharpedo 1 Star Photo

Caption Name Nice and calm

Casual swimming

For the 1 Star photo of Sharpedo, simply snap a close-up photo of it swimming. There are a lot of Sharpedo in the different Maricopia Island courses, but most of them are aggressive. An easy way to get this photo would be to take a photo of the Sharpedo that swims away after the Lapras prevents it from attacking the Squirtle in Reef (Day) level 3.

How to Take Sharpedo 2 Star Photo

Caption Name That's a hit

Throw fluffruit at the Bully of the Sea

Throw a fluffruit at a Sharpedo that is not bullying another Pokemon and then snap a photo of it getting angry in order to achieve the 2 Star photo. Make sure you're not targeting a Sharpedo already bullying another Pokemon, such as the Lumineon in Undersea, or the photo will be of a higher star ranking.

How to Take Sharpedo 3 Star Photo

Caption Name Smooth swimming!

Chasing Squirtle

Near the start of the Reef (Day) course at Research Level 2 or higher, you can find a small island full of sleeping Squirtles. As you pass the small island, one of the Squirtles will stand up and jump into the water. As the Squirtle swims, it will eventually get spotted by a wandering Sharpedo. Take a photo of the Sharpedo as it chases the Squirtle in the water.

How to Take Sharpedo 4 Star Photo

Caption Name Happy vibes

Jumping Out of the Water

After starting the Reef (Day) course at Research Level 2 or higher, you can spot a Crystabloom on top of a rock pillar with a Sharpedo underneath it. You can also find a second Sharpedo a short distance behind the first one. Toss an Illumina Orb at the Crystabloom and wait for the second Sharpedo to rush towards the first one.

Once the second Sharpedo is close to the first Sharpedo, it will violently jump into the air. Take a photo of the second Sharpedo as it jumps, ideally with Burst Mode since the jump is quick and sudden.

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