One of my biggest questions, the title of Pokémon Sword and Shield was about the game's curry system – especially the sausages shown for the Nintendo Switch game.
Pokémon programmer Shigeru Ohmori declined to say what the Sword and Shield sausages were made of, but it turns out that it doesn't really matter. Forget the sausages, in Sword and Shield you can make curls from Slowpoke's tails. Yes, Slowpoke Tails, a bag called "Smoke-Poke Tail".
"One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking in your camp," said the product description. "When a Slowpoke's tail drops, it grows backwards quickly."
The article itself seems already addressing the question of whether it is ethical to eat a Pokémon ̵
A polygon investigation last year found that humans in the Pokémon universe feed on by-products such as eggs of Chansey and Moomoo milk from Miltank. Obviously people also make Moomoo milk cheese, another ingredient found in Sword and Shield . You can also create curry covered with a massive boiled egg … maybe a chancey egg?
The most disturbing detail of Sword and Shield is that Slowpoke is not included in Galar Pokédex. I'm thinking here, but maybe the Gallar people have a taste for sweet meat and maybe it's gone.
Things also look bleak for the Sword off for the Sirfetch region. e. A Pokédex entry in the original Pokémon anime says that people love to eat Farfetch: "Farfetch & # 39; d, Wild Duck Pokémon. Farfetch makes delicious food, especially when cooked with leeks. Because of this, Farfetch is almost gone. "
If people think Farfetch is delicious with its original leek, wait until they taste it with their gorgeous Galar vegetable. It's still unclear if you can make curry from your Sirfetch – there are tons of ingredients and more than 100 There are bitter curry, sour curry, sausage curry, bean curry, salad curry and fried curry curry. There are curries that come from packets and others made with burgers. (Like sausages, not yet it's clear what kind of meat it is.)
Curry is cooked in Pokemon camps, a three-step process that requires to ignite flames, stir a pot and then put your heart into the dish. (Not your literal heart because you would die – though I'm not sure that eating people is off the menu.) How your curry is affected your Pokémon is determined by how well you have prepared it, it can be one of three levels: Wobbuffet, Milcrey or Copperajah If you do a really good job – this is a Copperajah level – then your Pokémon will be healed and will be restored PP. Plus, they'll like you a little more.
The Pokémon Sword and The Pokémon Shield are out on November 15 for the Nintendo Switch.