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This is a page on the Pokemon Sirfetch'd, including its Learnset and where it can be found in Pokemon Sword and Shield. Read on for information on how to evolve Galarian Farfetch'd to Sirfetch'd, as well as its abilities, type advantages, and more.

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Galarian FarfetchGalarian Farfetch'd SirfetchSirfetch'd ChinchouChinchou
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Sirfetch'd - Type and Abilities

Sirfetch'd - Type

Type 1 Type 2
Fighting Image -

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Type Defenses

Takes 4x damage
Takes 2x damage
Flying Image Psychic Image Fairy Image
Takes 0.5x damage
Bug Image Rock Image Dark Image
Takes 1/4x damage
Takes 0x damage


Name Description
Steadfast Raises Speed each time the Pokemon Flinches.

Hidden Ability

Name Description
Scrappy Enables moves to hit Ghost-type Pokemon.

Egg Group

Egg Groups
Flying Image Flying Field Image Field

Effort Values (EV) Earned

Effort Values (EV) Earned

Base Stats of Sirfetch'd

62 62 (#212)
135 135 (#7)
95 95 (#89)
Sp. Atk
68 68 (#163)
Sp. Def
82 82 (#121)
65 65 (#180)
Total Base Stats
507 (#74)

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Evolution Chart of Sirfetch'd

Pokemon How to Evolve
Galarian FarfetchGalarian Farfetch'd -
SirfetchSirfetch'd Evolves from Farfetch'd by landing 3 Critical Hits in one battle

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How to Evolve Galarian Farfetch'd into Sirfetch'd

Get 3 Critical Hits in one battle

How to Evolve Galarian Farfetch
Galarian Farfetch'd has an exclusive method for evolution. Unlike other Pokemon, Galarian Farfetch'd evolves by landing 3 critical hits in a single battle.

Tips to Evolve Galarian Farfetch'd

How to Evolve Galarian Farfetch
The chances of getting 3 critical hits in one battle are usually extremely rare. However, there are a few techniques players can use to increase their odds dramatically.

Catch a Galarian Farfetch'd with Leek

How to Evolve Galarian Farfetch
There are chances of a Galarian Farfetch'd in the wild holding a Leek as its held item. Leek gives Galarian Farfetch'd a two-stage boost in its critical-hit ratio. With a two-stage boost, Galarian Farfetch'd is able to pull off critical hits 50% of the time. With a Galarian Farfetch'd holding a Leek, players can achieve the evolution conditions for Galarian Farfetch'd in an average of only six attacks.

If you don't manage to catch a Galarian Farfetch'd with a Leek on your first try, consider using the move Thief to steal the Leek from a wild Galarian Farfetch'd without needing to catch it.
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Use Focus Energy

The Focus Energy TR can be found in Motostoke near the entrance to the city. This move will provide a two-stage critical-hit ratio boost, so teaching it to Galarian Farfetch'd is another useful way to quickly evolve it.

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Use Dire Hit

Dire Hit is an item which will boost a Pokemon's critical hit ratio in battle by two stages. Just using this item once will provide Galarian Farfetch'd with the same critical hit boost as the Leek or Focus Energy.

Use Leaf Blade

Galarian Farfetch'd is able to learn the move Leaf Blade by level up or by TM. This move has a one-stage increased critical-hit ratio, allowing Galarian Farfetch'd to land critical hits more easily (but not to the same degree as the other methods).

Stack the techniques above

These effects can also be stacked to further increase its odds. For example, a Galarian Farfetch'd with Leek and Focus Energy will have a four-stage boost, equivalent to a 100% critical-hit ratio. Note that the effects of Focus Energy and Dire Hit do not stack with each other.

Locations Where Sirfetch'd Appears

Where to find Sirfetch'd

Raid Encounter

Location Hidden Ability?
Stony Wilderness Special Den (C) Yes
Dusty Bowl Den (I) Yes
North Lake Miloch Den (C) Yes
Honeycalm Sea Rare Den C Yes
Challenge Road Rare Den D Yes
Challenge Beach Rare Den H Yes

Learnset of Sirfetch'd

Learnset by Leveling Up

Lv. Move Type Power Acc. PP
Base First Impression Bug Image 90 100 10
Base Fury Cutter Bug Image 40 95 20
Base Iron Defense Steel Image - - 15
Base Leer Normal Image - 100 30
Base Peck Flying Image 35 100 35
Base Sand Attack Ground Image - 100 15
15 Rock Smash Fighting Image 40 100 15
20 Brutal Swing Dark Image 60 100 20
25 Detect Fighting Image - - 5
30 Knock Off Dark Image 65 100 20
35 Defog Flying Image - - 15
40 Brick Break Fighting Image 75 100 15
45 Swords Dance Normal Image - - 20
50 Slam Normal Image 80 75 20
55 Leaf Blade Grass Image 90 100 15
60 Final Gambit Fighting Image - 100 5
65 Brave Bird Flying Image 120 100 15
70 Meteor Assault Fighting Image 150 100 5

Learnset by TM

No. Move Type Power Acc. PP
TM12 Solar Blade Grass Image 125 100 10
TM21 Rest Psychic Image - - 10
TM24 Snore Normal Image 50 100 15
TM25 Protect Normal Image - - 10
TM30 Steel Wing Steel Image 70 90 25
TM31 Attract Normal Image - 100 15
TM34 Sunny Day Fire Image - - 5
TM39 Facade Normal Image 70 100 20
TM41 Helping Hand Normal Image - - 20
TM42 Revenge Fighting Image 60 100 10
TM43 Brick Break Fighting Image 75 100 15
TM58 Assurance Dark Image 60 100 10
TM76 Round Normal Image 60 100 15
TM79 Retaliate Normal Image 70 100 5
TM97 Brutal Swing Dark Image 60 100 20

Learnset by TR

No. Move Type Power Acc. PP
TR00 Swords Dance Normal Image - - 20
TR01 Body Slam Normal Image 85 100 15
TR13 Focus Energy Normal Image - - 30
TR20 Substitute Normal Image - - 10
TR26 Endure Normal Image - - 10
TR27 Sleep Talk Normal Image - - 10
TR39 Superpower Fighting Image 120 100 5
TR46 Iron Defense Steel Image - - 15
TR50 Leaf Blade Grass Image 90 100 15
TR53 Close Combat Fighting Image 120 100 5
TR57 Poison Jab Poison Image 80 100 20
TR66 Brave Bird Flying Image 120 100 15
TR85 Work Up Normal Image - - 30
TR95 Throat Chop Dark Image 80 100 15

Learnset through a Move Tutor

Move Type Power Acc. PP
Grassy Glide Grass Image 70 100 20
Coaching Fighting Image - - 10
Dual Wingbeat Flying Image 40 90 10

Learnset via Egg Moves

Move Type Power Acc. PP
Final Gambit Fighting Image - 100 5
Gust Flying Image 40 100 35
Sky Attack Flying Image 140 90 5
Flail Normal Image - 100 15
Simple Beam Normal Image - 100 15
Night Slash Dark Image 70 100 15
Quick Attack Normal Image 40 100 30
Curse Ghost Image - - 10
Roost Flying Image - - 10
Feint Normal Image 30 100 10
Feather Dance Flying Image - 100 15
Covet Normal Image 60 100 25
First Impression Bug Image 90 100 10

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