Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

How to Farm Gimmighoul Coins in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

How to Farm Gimmighoul Coins in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet have been recently released for the Nintendo Switch platform, and players can try out the game from the 18th of November. The new region of Paldea in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet is open for players and Pokemon fans to freely explore in various ways. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to farm Gimmighoul Coins in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet: Gimmighoul Coins Farming Guide

There are a lot of items that you will be able to find as you explore the new lands of Paldea, and some of them are quite rare, such as the Gimmighoul Coins. If you want to know how you can get more of these, you will need to look at a map as they have specific spawn locations.

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With the help of Gimmighoul Coins, you will be able to evolve your own Gimmighoul in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. They spawn on the map with Gimmighoul in chest form, and will reward you with 50-80 Coins at once. 

You need these coins to upgrade the Pokemon Gimmighoul. After capturing this Pokemon, you will need to collect as many coins as you can, which is a tedious task. Keep an eye out on your adventures for these Chest locations, and if you are struggling with it, simply take a look at the map.

Below, you will find a map pointing out all of the Gimmighoul in Chest form locations in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

You can return to each area and get more Gimmighoul Coins. Note that you will be able to collect only up to 999 Gimmighoul Coins. You can use them up to evolve Gimmighoul and stock up on some more. For this Pokemon, it will not evolve in a traditional way through a specific item, because all it needs are these coins.

Jayita Talukder
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