Dreepy is a very rare and legendry Pokemon with very dangerous ability. You can find and catch Dreepy in Lake of outrage in a wild area. The lake of outrage is located in the northwestern part of the wild area and you need to have your rotten backup credit so it can call across the water to reach this island to find Dreepy. Dreepy is very it’s very difficult to find. it’s only in one location in the game it’s in the wild area and it’s in a really specific part of the wild area and another thing about the wild area is that is really specific or some Pokemon spawns are really specific to the type of weather.
How to locate Dreepy
You need to have at least 7 gym badges and the reason for that is once you have the seventh gym badge you are able to catch pokemon over level 55 and Dreepy comes between level 50 and 52 so until then I don’t think you’re able to catch Dreepy at all because you need the ability to go on the water to get to this location.
You don’t get the ability to surf or I guess ride a bike on the water until you’re on your way to the same with dream town so yeah I just recommend getting seven gym badges and that is when you can get yourself a Dreepy.
Now you’re gonna want to come to the lake of outrage in the wild area it’s quite easy to access if you just go to the town map you can just fly over here to hammerlock hills and you’re gonna want to just cycle all the way down here it’s hard to miss and Lake.
I said specific Pokemon have specific weather types 3p and Drakloak which is Dreepy’s evolution have an overcast thunderstorm and heavy fog.
How to catch Dreepy?
There is a two percent chance of Dreepy and Drakloak showing up when it’s thunderstorm and a 1% chance when it’s overcast now the thing about Dreepy and Drakloak is that Drakloak can show up in the overworld Dreepy cannot. So Dreepy is one of those random encounters where you know the ones are little exclamation points in the grass and you have to run into them so Dreepy is a lot harder to find than Drakloak.
When you are in the lake of outrage which is actually a really good area for some rare Pokemon, I recommend personally get yourself a Drakloak. Now Drakloak spawns between levels 55 and 58. I’m pretty sure until you beat the Pokemon League you will not catch Drakloak Pokemon. Because my Drakloak is spawning at level 60.
— Yevy The Pie Moncherer (@solgalionyt) December 1, 2019
How to evolve Dreepy into Drakloak and Dragapult
Once you catch Dreepy then you do not need any other item or need to do anything. It will automatically evolve into Drakloak once you reach level 50 and above and after reaching to level 60 this will again evolve into Dragapult. When you do get Dragapult, it can learn some incredibly powerful moves like Phantom Force at level 48, Dragon Rush at level 63, and Last Resort at level 78.
How to get any Pokemon in Sword and Shield?
Now I think all the Pokemon in the wild area spawn at level 60 once you beat the game. But I’m pretty sure that’s how it works so once you beat the 7 gym leaders you can catch pokemon up to level 55. Drakloak spawns at level 55 to level 58 so if you’re gonna be looking for Drakloak you might end up getting ones that are too high leveled and he’s not exactly common so my recommendation here beat the atrium which is storyline-wise not that far away from the seventh gym leader and then get your eighth gym badge.
The eighth gym badge allows you to catch pokemon of any level and then come to the lake of outrage and attempt to catch a Drakloak.
Dreepy is a small, green Pokémon resembling a reptile or amphibian. It has yellow eyes, pink horns, and a light green tail with two hand-like protrusions at the front of its body, while its head is a darker green. Its tail also possesses a darker green area with three protrusions surrounding it.
Dreepy Pokédex Stats
|Height||0.5 m (1′08″)|
|Weight||2.0 kg (4.4 lbs)|
|Abilities||1. Clear Body
Cursed Body (hidden ability)
|Local №||395 (Sword/Shield)
110 (The Crown Tundra)
|EV yield||1 Speed|
|Catch rate||45 (5.9% with PokéBall, full HP)|
|Base Friendship||50 (normal)|
|Egg Groups||Amorphous, Dragon|
|Gender||50% male, 50% female|
|Egg cycles||40 (10,024–10,280 steps)|
Dreepy Base Data
|At Lv. 50||At Lv. 100|
|88 – 135||166 – 260|
|58 – 123||112 – 240|
|31 – 90||58 – 174|
|40 – 101||76 – 196|
|31 – 90||58 – 174|
|78 – 147||152 – 289|