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This is a list of Raid Bosses and where they are found in the games Pokemon Sword and Shield. Read on for information on each Raid Boss, whether it has a Hidden Ability, and which versions of the game it is available in.
Raid Bosses are the Pokemon encountered in Dens in the Wild Area. When a beam of light comes out of Den, players can find a Pokemon there. Sometimes, a thick pink beam of light will come out of a Den, indicating a rarer or Gigantamax Pokemon; this is called a Rare Den.
Learn more about how to start battles with Raid Bosses and join them with your friends with our guide below.
Click a link below to jump to a list of Raid Bosses from each generation and where they appear.
|Generation 1||Generation 2||Generation 3|
|Generation 4||Generation 5||Generation 6|
|Generation 7||Generation 8 (New Pokemon)|
|Rolling Fields||Dappled Grove||West Lake Axewell|
|Axew's Eye||Giant's Seat||South Lake Miloch|
|East Lake Axewell||Watchtower Ruins||Motostoke Riverbank|
|Stony Wilderness||Bridge Field||Dusty Bowl|
|Giant's Mirror||Giant's Cap||Lake of Outrage|
|Hammerlocke Hills||North Lake Miloch||-|
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