Nintendo’s Pokemon Sword and Shield have been a massive hit since their debut, with millions of dedicated fans around the world. The games offer an expansive new region to explore, filled with plenty of interesting Pokemon to catch and battle. One of the most intriguing additions is Snom, a new bug-type Pokemon whose evolution into Frosmoth is unique and rewarding.
Overview Of Snom And Frosmoth
Snom is a Bug-type Pokémon first appearing in Sword and Shield that resembles an ice cream cone. It has antler-like appendages on its head and its body is encased in a scaly exoskeleton. Snoms are found primarily on Snowfield Slopes, but can also occasionally be encountered in the Wild Area or Ultra Space Wilds. As it evolves into Frosmoth, it gains powerful wings that enable it to fly and increases its overall strength.
Frosmoth is an Ice/Bug-type Pokémon characterized by its larger size and multiple wings. Its powerful wings grant it the ability to withstand incredibly strong winds, allowing it to sweep through areas quickly with ease. It prefers cold climates but can survive in warm areas as long as there is sufficient moisture in the air. Its antlers are much longer than those of Snom, giving Frosmoth a distinct appearance.
Finding And Evolving Snom Into Frosmoth
Finding a Snom can be challenging as they generally inhabit remote areas such as Snowfield Slope or Ultra Space Wilds. Players should look for large snowdrifts or search areas where Flying-type Pokemon are commonly found—these places are good spots to find a wild Snom. For players looking to capture a specific nature variation of Snom, they should search for rustling leaves