Gaming News 08 Apr 2021 8:54 AM +00:00

Pokemon Sword And Shield: Trick Allows Isle Of Armor Players To Generate Infinite Money

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The release of Pokemon Sword And Shield in 2019 marked the beginning of the franchise's eighth generation.

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The title has a range of cosmetics and unlockable items for players to obtain.

However, a number of players still struggle to afford all the resources and items they want.

Well, that is about to change with the discovery of an infinite money trick for owners of the Isle of Armor DLC.

Infinite Money Trick Guide

Follow these simple steps to start making money in Pokemon Sword And Shield.

1. Complete Second Dojo Trial

For starters, you'll need to have completed the second dojo trial to unlock the Cram-O-Matic device.

2. Buy The Max Amount Of Cheri Berries From The Berry Grocer

Travel to the Isle of Armor Dojo spawn point.

There you will need to speak to the Berry Grocer and buy the max amount of Cheri Berries you can.

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3. Enter The Dojo And Use Cramo-O-Matic

Next, you will need to enter the Dojo and head to the far right room where Master Mustard is located.

Once there, you'll see the Cram-O-Matic device.

Click "Combine," and give it four Cheri Berries, then click "Yes."

4. Collect The Heat Crash TMs

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The device will give you the TR Heat Crash, this sells for $3,000.

You can repeat the process until you have ran out of Cheri Berries.

5. Sell The Heat Crash TMs At The Train Station Shop

After collecting all of the Heat Crash TMs, you can sell them at the train station shop.

This process can be repeated over and over.

Simply go back to the Berry Grocer and repeat the steps above.

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Hopefully, this trick will give you a little more money to have fun with and unlock all the items you want.

You can check out our latest Pokemon Sword and Shield article here.

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