This page lists all vitamins (nutritious drinks), as well as where they are found in Pokemon Sword and Shield. All EV raising items, including Feathers are displayed on this page, so please use this guide to assist you in EV Training.
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In The Isle of Armor DLC, When you donate Watts to Honey to upgrade the Dojo, the Dojo's vending machine will eventually begin to stock Vitamins. Due to the bulk discount offered by these vending machines, Vitamins can be purchased as low as half the price of purchasing them in Wyndon.
|Drinks Bought||Price Total||Price per Drink|
When purchased one at a time, Vitamins are priced the same as in Wyndon, but when purchasing 25 at a time (the same amount required to give 250 EVs to a Pokemon, slightly less than the limit of 252 EVs in a stat), the price decreases to half that of the cost in Wyndon.
However, upgrading the vending machines to have all available Vitamins costs a total donation of 400,000 Watts, so some significant Watt farming will be required to unlock the discount.
Nutritious Drinks such as Iron and Protein, which raise your Pokemon's EVs by 10 points can all be purchased in the Wyndon Pokemart for 10000 Poke Dollars. Buying these in bulk will set you back a pretty penny, so use the guide below to see the most effective ways to get cash quick!
Muscle Feathers, Clever Feathers, and other Feathers which raise a Pokemon's EV by 1 point can be found as a sparling object on the Route 5 and Motostoke Outskirts bridge. Sparkling objects replenish every day, so check back often!
|HP Up||A nutritious drink for Pokémon. When consumed, it raises the base HP of a single Pokémon.|
|Protein||A nutritious drink for Pokémon. When consumed, it raises the base Attack stat of a single Pokémon.|
|Iron||A nutritious drink for Pokémon. When consumed, it raises the base Defense stat of a single Pokémon.|
|Calcium||A nutritious drink for Pokémon. When consumed, it raises the base Sp. Atk stat of a single Pokémon.|
|Zinc||A nutritious drink for Pokémon. When consumed, it raises the base Sp. Def stat of a single Pokémon.|
|Carbos||A nutritious drink for Pokémon. When consumed, it raises the base Speed stat of a single Pokémon.|
|PP Up||A medicine that can slightly raise the maximum PP of a single move that has been learned by the target Pokemon.|
|PP Max||A medicine that can optimally raise the maximum PP of a single move that has been learned by the target Pokemon.|
|Health Feather||An item for use on a Pokemon. It slightly increases the base HP of a single Pokemon.|
|Muscle Feather||An item for use on a Pokemon. It slightly increases the base Attack stat of a single Pokemon.|
|Resist Feather||An item for use on a Pokemon. It slightly increases the base Defense stat of a single Pokemon.|
|Genius Feather||An item for use on a Pokémon. It slightly increases the base Sp. Atk stat of a single Pokémon.|
|Clever Feather||An item for use on a Pokemon. It slightly increases the base Sp.Def stat of a single Pokemon.|
|Swift Feather||An item for use on a Pokemon. It slightly increases the base Speed stat of a single Pokemon.|
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