- If you were looking for the Gym assistant to Wattson, see Watt (anime).
- If you were looking for the character of the day whose Japanese name is Watt, see Jules (XY062).
Watts (Japanese: ワット Watt) are a type of currency used in the pedometers Pokémon Pikachu, Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS, and the Pokéwalker, as well as the main series games Pokémon Sword and Shield. Watts are represented by the letter W (Japanese: ｗ w).
Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS
In order to send them to a Generation II game, they must be sent through the Mystery Gift feature. The Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS game selects the amount to be sent, and the player of the Game Boy Color game receives one of the following gifts depending on the numbers of Watts sent:
Watts can be spent on the Poké Radar and on the Dowsing Machine. It costs 10 w per use of the Poké Radar and 3 w per use of the Dowsing MCHN. When connecting to HeartGold or SoulSilver, all unspent Watts will be transferred to that game. These Watts are stored on the game card and unlock new Pokéwalker Routes when enough are collected.
Pokémon Sword and Shield
|This section is incomplete.|
Please feel free to edit this section to add missing information and complete it.
Reason: How is the amount of Watts from Brilliant Pokémon determined?
In Pokémon Sword and Shield, Watts can be collected in several ways:
- Pokémon Dens yield Watts if their stones are glowing red; obtaining the Watts causes them to stop glowing. Dens will start to glow whenever all Pokémon Dens are reset, which happens whenever the date changes or there are no Max Raid Battles remaining.
- If the Pokémon Den has an available Max Raid Battle, it yields 300 Watts (initially) or 2,000 Watts (after catching Eternatus).
- If the Pokémon Den does not have an available Max Raid Battle, it yields 50 Watts (initially) or 200 Watts (after catching Eternatus).
- Catching or defeating a Brilliant Pokémon yields some Watts.
- Watts can be received after taking part in the Rotom Rally.
- Digging Pa can dig up a large amount of Watts in exchange for seven Armorite Ores.
Watts can be spent at Watt Traders, who will each offer a type of Poké Ball, a Wishing Piece, as well as five different TRs in exchange for Watts. Watt Traders can also upgrade the Rotom Bike in exchange for Watts.
Watts can also be spent at the Digging Duo, who will dig for treasure in exchange for 500 W per treasure hunt.
- As indicated by a note in Pokémon Sword and Shield, the special sort of energy in the Wild Area is measured in Watts. Usually, however, the unit of energy is joule; Watt is the unit of power.
In other languages
|This game-related article is part of Project Games, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on the Pokémon games.|