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The Grasswither Shrine (Japanese: 朽木の祠 Shrine of Rotten Wood) is a small cave, located in South Province (Area One). It is the home of Wo-Chien.
The Grasswither Shrine is a small room, where it's sealed the Legendary Pokémon Wo-Chien due to a sealed purple door. The door is locked by four chains that prevent the door from being opened, and only pulling out the eight purple stakes close to the shrine will cause the door to unlock.
Once the player removes all eight stakes, they will hear Wo-Chien's cry. When they interact with the shrine's door, the Legendary Pokémon will come out. If the player defeats the Pokémon or they run from the battle, Wo-Chien will go back inside, the door will close, and it will be able to fight again the next day. Once caught, the shrine's door will always remain open.
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If defeated, Wo-Chien can be battled again after the game has been rebooted, provided that over one hour has passed in the Switch's internal clock since their defeat. It is coded to never be Shiny.
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In other languages
||朽木之祠 Náumuhk jī Chìh
||朽木之祠 Xiǔmù zhī Cí
||Sanctuaire du Bois Mourant
||Schrein des modrigen Holzes
||Santuario del legno marcito
||후목의 사당 Humog-ui Sadang