Pokemon BDSP Sphere Traders Locations Guide

Sphere Trader is one of the most coveted vendors in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl as he is the main source of countless items and TMs. In this guide, we will provide you with the location of Sphere Traders in Pokemon BDSP and give info on the items you can trade.

Pokemon BDSP Sphere Traders Locations

First of all, you might be thinking about how you will get the Spheres. In Pokemon BDSP you can get Spheres by digging them up in the Grand Underground.

Once you have a bunch, it’s time to trade them for some goodies at the Sphere Trader.

Sphere Trader locations

In Pokemon BDSP the Sphere Traders have fixed locations within the Grand Underground with each location corresponding to where you entered from.

Trader Location
Small Sphere Trader North of Eterna City
Small Sphere Trader West of Eterna City
Small Sphere Trader North East of Typhlo Cavern
Small Sphere Trader West of Big Bluff Cavern
Small Sphere Trader South East of Stargleam Cavern
Large Sphere Trader South West of Glacial Cavern
Large Sphere Trader North East of Glacial Cavern
Large Sphere Trader West of Typhlo Cavern
Large Sphere Trader North of Bogsunk Cavern
Large Sphere Trader Sotuh West of Bogsunk Cavern
Large Sphere Trader East of Sunlit Cavern

The location for the Sphere Trader will not change even if you exit the game and restart it.

Items available for Trade

As you know, Sphere Traders in Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl will remain in the same place and their location doesn’t change. However, the items available and the exchange rate will be changed every day.

Below we have provided you with the lists of all the items that will be available on the Sphere Traders on different days. You can also check in on alternate days to get better deals.

Pedestals

  • Sturdy Pedestal M
  • Sturdy Pedestal L
  • Sturdy Pedestal XL
  • Square Pedestal S
  • Square Pedestal M
  • Square Pedestal XL
  • Spin Pedestal XL
  • Spinback Pedestal M
  • Spinback Pedestal XL
  • Clear Pedestal XL

TMs

  • TM02 (Dragon Claw)
  • TM05 (Roar)
  • TM12 (Taunt)
  • TM26 (Earthquake)
  • TM30 (Shadow Ball)
  • TM36 (Sludge Bomb)
  • TM42 (Facade)
  • TM63 (Nasty Plot)
  • TM64 (Explosion)
  • TM71 (Stone Edge)
  • TM72 (Avalanche)
  • TM78 (Snarl)
  • TM86 (Grass Knot)
  • TM897 (Defog)

Others

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