The Galar region of Pokémon Sword and Shield is inspired by the United Kingdom, and in that spirit, the games feature a ghost-type Pokémon whose theme is after tea. Sinistea , a cup of tea, becomes a whole teapot called Polteageist . As for the names of Pokémon, they are some of the best. But they are also great Pokémon, and it’s not too difficult to get them if you know where to look and what to do .
Sinistea can be found in Glimwood Tangle , the mushroom forest between Stow-on-Side and Ballonlea. You will have to cross the tall grass to activate an exclamation point, and Sinistea is one of the Pokémon that can appear when the battle begins.
Once you catch Sinistea, go back to Stow-on-Side and talk to the right man who runs the market stall . Sell ??a different “bargain” item every day, most of which are evolutionary items for several Pokémon.
How to evolve to Sinistea in Polteageist
The item you are looking for is the broken boat : if you are not selling it today, ask for your next offer to see if it will arrive tomorrow. Once you get it, all you have to do is use it in Sinistea the same way you would use an evolutionary stone to get Polteageist .
The characteristic movement of Polteageist is Teatime , which forces all Pokémon in the field to eat their berries at once. This can be useful if you think your opponent’s Pokémon are holding berries that reduce the damage they would receive from a super-effective move, for example, that way, you can hit the Pokémon head-on to get full damage directly from the bat.
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