Custom Pokemon

Craft your own dream team or pick out individual Pokemon from across our multiple packages! Easily customize using the Rawkhet Teambuilder.

  • Any legal Pokemon
  • Held items
  • IVs and EVs
  • Shiny or Normal

Ditto Package

Breed like a pro with our max IV Ditto. Use foreign ones to increase shiny odds using the Masuda Method. Buy just one or all 25 natures!

  • Japanese or English
  • Masuda Method
  • Shiny or Normal
  • Useful held items

Gigantamax Package

Get all Gigantamax Pokemon for Sword and Shield! Skip the amount of farming required to find and catch these rare Pokemon.

  • All 34 Gigantamax
  • Held items
  • Max Dynamax Level
  • Shiny or Normal

Galarian Natives

Hailing from the land of Galar!


Highlighted packages

Isle of Armor and The Crown Tundra

Joining from the DLC

Blast from the Past

Traveling through space and time


Specific spotlights on highly sought Pokemon

Trade Guide

How to trade in Pokemon Sword and Shield

To trade in Pokemon Sword and Shield, you'll need a Nintendo Account and an active Nintendo Switch Online subscription. Your Switch Friend Code and in-game Card Code are unnecessary.

  1. Press the [Y] button to open the Y-Comm.
  2. Press [+] to connect to the Internet. The top right should say "Internet".
  3. Choose Link Trade and then Set Link Code.
  4. When you're up in the Trade Queue, you'll receive a Link Code that you can enter here.
  5. Wait for the trade to be established. Stay in the overworld and do not open any menus. It should say "Searching..." at the bottom left.
  6. IMPORTANT: If we don't connect within a minute, please reply to let us know (no need to retry) so we can try another code.


Please ensure you have a stable Internet connection to trade. To check if you can trade online with Rawkhet (and others), do a Test Connection on your Switch (System Settings > Internet > Test Connection) and ensure that your NAT Type is A, B, or C (where A/B is ideal).

NAT Type D and F will NOT be able to connect with other players. Mobile hotspots from your iOS or Android device, public WiFi, and work/enterprise WiFi are usually NAT Type D. Use a different network or find troubleshooting steps on Nintendo Support.