Similar to Sun and Moon as well as Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, Type: Null and Silvally are also a part of Pokémon Sword and Shield. However, you can’t just stumble upon these Synthetic Pokémon in the wild but must receive them as a reward. In our Type: Null Guide, we’ll cover all about this Gen-7 Pokémon in the Galar.
Pokémon Sword and Shield Type-Null
In order to acquire Null and Silvally, you need to finish the story of Pokémon Sword and Shield. Once you’re done with the story, head over to Wyndon and inside the Battle Tower. Just as you head inside, turn left and you should spot a Pokémon Trainer with Type: Null.
- Ability: Battle Armor (Provides protection from Critical Hits)
- Galar Dex No.: 381
- Egg Group: Undiscovered
- Type: Normal
- Height: 1.90m
- Weight: 120.5kg
You just need to speak with her and she’ll reward you with Type: Null to commemorate your victory in the Pokémon League. If you haven’t completed the story, make sure to do so to receive Type: Null. Before we talk about evolving it into Silvally and its different forms, let’s take a look at its stats and other characteristics:
- HP: 95
- ATK: 95
- DEF: 95
- SP. ATK: 95
- SP. DEF: 95
- SPD: 59
- Total CP: 534
How to Evolve Null into Silvally?
Similar to natural species of Pokémon, Type: Null can also undergo evolution. And the process of doing so is simple as well. In order to evolve Type: Null into Silvally, all you need to do is to increase its happiness to 220.
There are a lot of ways of doing so like using the desired Pokémon in battle, feeding them berries, Soothe Ball, etc. For a complete rundown of how to increase happiness in Pokémon Sword and Shield, check out our Happiness Guide. Once you’ve reached Happiness Level 220, you’ll automatically evolve Type: Null into Silvally.
Silvally can have different forms depending on what Memory Item it is holding. For instance, if you wish it to have Water-type, make sure it is holding Water Memory Item so on and so forth.
This is all we’ve got in our guide to acquire Type: Null in Silvally in the game. For more help on Pokémon Sword and Shield, be sure to check our Legendary Pokémon Locations Guide, Egg Hatching Guide, and Aegislash Guide.