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Pokemon Sword Shield

Legendary Locations & How To Get

Learn about Legendaries & how to get them in Pokemon Sword and Shield with this guide! Includes tips about Zacian, Zamazenta, Eternatus, new legendaries in Crown Tundra and more!!

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New Legendary Pokemon Added In DLC

Legendaries In Crown Tundra

The Crown Tundra, Sword and Shield's second DLC, has brought along with several new Legendadries. Along with the new legendary pokemon Calyrex, 2 new Regi Pokemon have made an appearance. The legendary birds from Gen 1 are also back - but this time in Galarian form!

Check Out Crown Tundra Pokedex For More New Pokemon

Legendaries In Isle Of Armor

You'll be able to get Kubfu, the fighting-type legendary Pokemon by playing the story of Isle of Armor. Kubfu will evolve into Urshifu which has two styles (Single Strike Style or Rapid Strike Style). Urshifu's type and signature move changes depending on which style you choose.

Learn Which Style Of Urshifu Is Best From Here

Overview Of The Legendary Pokemon In Sword & Shield

Zacian and Zamazenta - Sword And Shield Legendary Pokemon

Zacian and Zamazenta are the flagship Pokemon of Sword and Shield. These pair of dog-like legendary Pokemon represent both versions of the game. Zacian is the sword while Zamazenta is the shield.

Legendary Fairy & Fighting Type Pokemon

New Legendaries

Both Legendaries each have a unique type. Zamazenta is a Fighting-type, while Zacian is a Fairy-type Pokemon.

Third Legendary Exists

Like previous Pokemon titles, there are three legendary Pokemon in Pokemon Sword and Shield. We describe about it in the section below, so read at your own risk as these will contain spoilers.

▼Check Out How To Catch The Third Legendary

Classic Legendary Also In Game

Certain legendaries from previous Pokemon titles will also be included in the game. One of which is Mew, the original 151st Pokemon from the 1st generation. In order to catch Mew, you will need to own the Poke Ball Plus device!

Check Out How To Get Mew!

All Legendary List & Types

Check out Base Stat Ranking for all Galar Pokemon here!

Zacian - Sword Exclusive Legendary Pokemon

Zacian

Zacian is a dog-like Pokemon that holds a sword in its mouth. Since its description emphasizes its power, it has high Atk & Spd stats. It also possesses great Def and Sp. Def stats.

Check Out How to Get Zacian with High IV

Zamazenta - Shield Exclusive Legendary Pokemon

Zamazenta

Zamazenta is a dog-like Pokemon which appears to have a shield-like frontal body. Despite being based off a shield, this Pokemon shares identical stats with Zacian, having high Atk and Spd, as well as Def and Sp. Def.

Check Out How to Get Zamazenta with High IV

Eternatus - End Game Legendary Pokemon

Eternatus

Eternatus is a legendary Pokemon that you'll encounter as you progress through the main story in both Pokemon Sword & Pokemon Shield.

Check Out Eternatus Pokemon Here!

Zacian, Zamazenta (Legendary) - Locations & How To Get

Steps To Catch Legendary Pokemon

1Become the champion by defeating Leon
2Go to Slumbering Weald and battle with Hop
3Return the Rusted Sword at the pedestal
4Battle With Sordward or Shielbert
5Go see Sonia at her Lab in Wedgehurst
6Go to Turffield Stadium and defeat dynamax pokemon
7Visit Hulbury Stadium and Motostoke Stadium and defeat dynamax pokemon
8Go back to Pokemon Research Lab and defeat Sordward & Shielbert
9Defeat Dynamax Pokemon At 4 stadiums
10Defeat Bede At Ballonlea Stadium
11Go to Energy Plant from Hammerlock Stadium and defeat Sordward or Shielbert
12Defeat Zamazenta or Zacian
13Battle with Zamazenta or Zacian to catch them!
14Last battle with Hop

4. Battle With Sordward Or Shielbert

You will battle with Sordward (if you're playing Sword version) or Shieldbert (if you are playing Shield version). After you've defeat Sordward or Shielbert, you will take back the Rusted Sword or Rusted Shield.

6. Go to Turffield Stadium and Defeat Tsareena

You will face raid battle with Dynamaxed Tsareena. Hop, Milo, and Piers will be on your side. After defeating Tsareena, you will get Milo's rare League Card.

Check Out Tsareena Here!

7. Battle Dynamax Pokemon In Hulbury Stadium And Motostoke Stadium

At Hulbury Stadium, you will raid battle with a Dynamaxed Gyarados. At Motostoke Stadium, you will battle with Dynamaxed Torkoal. Nessa and Kabu will give you rare League Card after the battle.

8. 2on2 Battle With Sordward & Shielbert

You and Hop will battle with Sordward & Shielbert.

9. Defeat Dynamax Pokemon At 3 stadiums

Visit the 3 stadiums below and defeat Dynamax Pokemon. You will get 3 rare League Cards as a reward.

StadiumEnemy PokemonRare League Card
HammerlockDynamax HaxorusRaihan
Stow-on-SideDynamax ConkeldurrBea
CirchesterDynamax GigalithGordie

10. Defeat Bede At Ballonlea Stadium

Battle with the new gym leader Bede. You'll get Bede's & Opal's rare League Card.

Check Out The Battle Against Bede Story Walkthrough Here!

14. Battle with Hop

Hop will use the legendary Pokemon you didn't catch. You will get Hop's rare League Card after the battle.

Eternatus (Legendary) - Locations & How To Get

Steps On How To Catch Eternatus

Check Out The Vs. Eternatus Story Walkthrough Here!

Step 1: Battling Rose

VS Rose

In the last half of the game, you will have a battle against Rose in the Hammerlocke Stadium. This will be the last step before you encounter Eternatus.

Check Out Vs. Chairman Rose Story Walkthrough Here!

Step 2: Go See Leon

Go To See Leon

After beating Rose's team, head to where Leon is. You will then find the legendary Pokemon "Eternatus" as well.

Step 3: Fighting Eternatus "Legendary Pokemon"

Vs. Eternatus

Leon tries to catch Eternatus but fails, then the battle against Eternatus starts. You cannot stop a battle against Eternatus.

Step 4: Beat & Catch Eternatus

Beat & Catch Eternatus

After beating Eternatus, you will see a cutscene where Eternatus is caught by a pokeball.

Check Out How to Get Eternatus with High IV!

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A Guide to Training Legendary Pokémon in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield


With the recent release of the second part of the Pokémon Sword Expansion Pass and Pokémon Shield Expansion Pass, The Crown Tundra, many of the most powerful Legendary Pokémon are now available to catch and train. While these awesome Pokémon aren't permitted in Ranked Battles currently, they're among the strongest and most fun Pokémon to battle with when exploring the many corners of Galar or in a clash against friends.

Instead of examining every Legendary Pokémon in The Crown Tundra and the many ways to use them in battle, we'll focus on big-picture tactics and how to apply them to some of the most powerful Legendary Pokémon. Check out some strategies for making the most of these strong and flexible Pokémon in casual battles.


The biggest difference between battling with Pokémon in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield compared to past adventures is the ability to Dynamax your Pokémon, giving them access to powerful Max Moves and substantially increasing their HP. While any Pokémon can Dynamax, Legendary Pokémon and their high stats benefit from it even more, and those with a Trainer who makes the best use of Dynamax can absolutely dominate a battle.

As a Dragon- and Steel-type Pokémon, Dialga has an interesting combination of types for defense. Only Fighting-type and Ground-type attacks can deal supereffective damage to it. The most common moves of these types deal physical damage, so if you want your Dialga to stick around, you'll want it to have a strong Defense. Luckily, Dialga can fire off Max Steelspike, dealing immense damage with its same-type attack bonus as well as boosting its (and any allies') Defense. After Dialga's Dynamax ends and especially if you had the opportunity to use multiple Max Steelspike attacks, you can follow up with a boosted Body Press, which deals damage based on the Defense stat instead of the Attack stat. The Body Press TR, TR99, can be found after challenging Max Raids featuring Fighting-type Pokémon. Giving Dialga an item such as a Sitrus Berry or Leftovers in combination with its boosted Defense lets it keep fighting for eons.

As Trainers who have challenged Zygarde in Dynamax Adventures will surely know, Zygarde becomes an almost unstoppable force after Dynamaxing, thanks to its Power Construct Ability. If Zygarde has under half of its HP at the end of a turn, it transforms into its Complete Forme, gaining a massive amount of HP—which is then increased again during Dynamax. The Max Moves matching Zygarde's types, Max Quake and Max Wyrmwind, both further increase its survivability by raising its Special Defense and lowering opposing Pokémon's Attack.

In Double Battles, try pairing Complete Forme Zygarde with Tapu Fini, which can make it even more difficult to knock out Zygarde by using supportive moves, like Heal Pulse and Light Screen. Tapu Fini's Misty Surge Ability also complements Zygarde nicely. When Misty Terrain is set, Zygarde can't be affected by status conditions, and if Zygarde is holding a Misty Seed (found in the Slumbering Weald), it gains a Sp. Def boost. Ice-type attacks might be extremely effective against Zygarde, but even the strongest Ice Beam won't make a dent on a well-supported Zygarde in its Complete Forme.


Palkia finally gains reliable offense when it Dynamaxes. Outside of Dynamaxing, its strongest Water-type attack is Hydro Pump, which connects with its opponents less frequently than Palkia Trainers might prefer. However, when it Dynamaxes, Palkia can unleash torrents of reliable Water-type damage with Max Geyser, which does more damage than Hydro Pump and never misses the opponent. Furthermore, Max Geyser causes it to rain, making each subsequent Max Geyser (or Hydro Pump or any other Water-type attack) deal boosted damage.

Palkia is a speedier Pokémon than many Trainers realize. It can control Speed for your team and become faster than most Pokémon by using Max Airstream. This Max Move can be based on Dual Wingbeat, which can be taught to Palkia by the Move Tutor found in the Master Dojo on the Isle of Armor. To round out the package, Palkia can take advantage of Max Wyrmwind—which can be based on Palkia's signature Spacial Rend move—to drop opposing Pokémon's physical damage. Train your Palkia in Sp. Atk and either Speed or HP for maximum effectiveness.

If you want a Pokémon that can make use of Dynamaxing to crank up the offense, look no further than an Yveltal trained to use special attacks. With every Dark Aura–boosted Max Darkness (which can be based on Yveltal's Dark Pulse attack), you can increase the damage Yveltal deals by dropping the opposing Pokémon's Sp. Def until they wither away. In Double Battles, you can use another Pokémon to deal special damage of its own to follow up after Yveltal reduces opponents' Sp. Def. Yveltal can alternatively increase the Speed of its team by using Max Airstream to put the opponent in an even trickier spot. A Life Orb will give an added punch to Yveltal's Max Moves—pick one up in the Giant's Bed in the Crown Tundra. If Yveltal comes out of Dynamax damaged, it can regain its HP by using its signature move, Oblivion Wing.


The Crown Tundra introduces a new item called the Ability Patch, which can swap a Pokémon's Ability to its Hidden Ability. You can buy the Ability Patch for a hefty amount of Dynite Ore in the Max Lair or be given one for free after completing The Crown Tundra's story. Certain Legendary Pokémon that arrived in Galar with The Crown Tundra have Hidden Abilities that can drastically affect their performance in battle.

Using an Ability Patch on a Lugia with the Pressure Ability will give it the Multiscale Ability, which halves the damage of any attack Lugia takes while its HP is full. Since supereffective moves will have less of a chance to knock Lugia out, try giving Lugia the item Weakness Policy to make opponents regret trying to take your Lugia down. If you'd rather take it slow and steady, Multiscale also means Lugia has more time to boost its own Sp. Atk and Sp. Def using Calm Mind, which can be learned through the Move Reminder feature at the left desk of any Pokémon Center. Furthermore, Multiscale's damage reduction can happen multiple times during a battle, as long as Lugia is at full HP! After Lugia takes some damage, have it use the move Recover to restore up to half its HP and render your opponent's attacks ineffective once again. After you feel comfortable with Lugia's stats, Dynamax it for massive Max Airstream attacks based on Aeroblast to boost Lugia's Speed as well.

If you use an Ability Patch on Lugia's counterpart, Ho-Oh, its Ability will become Regenerator, which will restore up to a third of Ho-Oh's HP every time Ho-Oh switches off the field. Ho-Oh can then use the powerful moves Flare Blitz and Brave Bird, which cause recoil damage, and then switch out, restoring HP with Regenerator and negating the moves' drawbacks. Flare Blitz is TR55 and Brave Bird is TR66, and respectively they can sometimes be found after defeating Fire-type and Flying-type Dynamax Pokémon. Equip Ho-Oh with a Choice Band (which can be purchased at the Battle Tower) to make its physical attacks even stronger. If you'd rather use a Ho-Oh that's a little less self-destructive, give it a Sitrus Berry and teach it its signature move, Sacred Fire, as well as Recover. Ho-Oh can lead its teammates to victory by spreading burns throughout the opposing team with Sacred Fire's massive burn chance, and Ho-Oh can shrug off damage through healing.


Although Mewtwo calls Cerulean Cave home, it gains one of its most powerful upgrades yet in the Galar region by making full use of the superstrong Expanding Force attack, which can be taught to Mewtwo by the Isle of Armor Move Tutor. Previously in Double Battles, Mewtwo was limited in its ability to target more than one Pokémon at a time, leaving it open to attack by the opponent's second Pokémon. But when used on Psychic Terrain, Expanding Force damages both opponents and becomes more powerful, letting Mewtwo take control of the battle.

Psychic Terrain can be set easily by an Indeedee or Tapu Lele's Psychic Surge Ability. Female Indeedee can also use the move Follow Me to redirect attacks away from Mewtwo so it can stay on the field even longer. You can find Tapu Lele in Dynamax Adventures, and although you can't catch Indeedee with Psychic Surge roaming in the wild, you can find them in Max Raid Battles or switch their Ability using an Ability Patch.

If you're fighting in Single Battles, or want Mewtwo to set up Psychic Terrain for itself, Dynamax Mewtwo can fire off immensely powerful Max Mindstorm attacks. Giving Mewtwo Choice Specs, a Life Orb, or a Twisted Spoon to hold will further amplify its damage output. Round out Mewtwo's coverage with Focus Blast (which turns into Max Knuckle) and Shadow Ball (which turns into Max Phantasm), or let it boost its own Sp. Atk with Calm Mind or Nasty Plot to deal much more damage later.

As for Groudon, it can become an offensive and defensive powerhouse with the right training and help. Groudon's Drought Ability, which causes harsh sunlight, naturally boosts Groudon's protection against its nemesis, Water-type attacks. Pair Groudon with Cherrim, which boosts the Attack and Sp. Def of your Pokémon with its Flower Gift Ability while the weather is sunny. Give your Groudon an Assault Vest to hold to boost its Sp. Def even further. Finally, Dynamax Groudon, use Helping Hand with Cherrim, and fire off some incredibly powerful Max Quake attacks, which will deal crushing damage and boost your Pokémon's Sp. Def yet again. Groudon's high natural Defense stat, the triple Sp. Def boost, and the added HP from Dynamaxing will elevate Groudon's defensive capability past the point where an opponent can easily punch through it.


Calyrex, the King Pokémon, is native to the Crown Tundra. Although it won't be winning any awards in offensive or defensive power on its own, when it mounts its noble steed Glastrier or Spectrier, it can reach bountiful potential.

Ice Rider Calyrex has nearly unmatched defensive and physical-attack capabilities. Dynamaxing Ice Rider Calyrex so it can use powerful Max Moves—such as Max Hailstorm, Max Quake, and Max Knuckle—can lead to a slow but steady victory that snowballs with every stat boost. Although Ice Rider Calyrex has a low Speed stat, it is a rare Pokémon that can know the move Trick Room and also has enough offensive capability to make great use of it, in a similar vein to Lunala, Stakataka, and Hatterene. While Ice Rider Calyrex works well with a supportive partner that can use Trick Room for it, it's perfectly capable of using Trick Room safely on its own. To teach Calyrex Trick Room, simply pick up TM70 at the Battle Tower. Of course, because many types of attacks deal supereffective damage to Ice-type Pokémon, Ice Rider Calyrex is more effective when holding a Weakness Policy, which can even be activated by a weak attack from a partner Pokémon.

On the other hand, Shadow Rider Calyrex is a paragon of Sp. Atk and Speed. With its signature move, Astral Barrage, it can overwhelm opponents with Ghost-type damage. If you get a chance to have Shadow Rider Calyrex use Nasty Plot—maybe thanks to a partner Pokémon using the move Follow Me or Rage Powder—you can double its already high damage output. And because Shadow Rider Calyrex benefits from Spectrier's Grim Neigh Ability, each Pokémon Shadow Rider Calyrex knocks out will boost its Sp. Atk to new heights.


The Legendary Pokémon from Unova perform best with a steady stream of offense rather than spending turns setting up by boosting their stats. Reshiram and Zekrom can make use of Max Flare and Max Lightning respectively, which cause moves of the same type to deal even more damage as the battle rages on. If you want to gain a unique edge, consider giving the Pokémon Kyurem a try. Its Ice-type attacks give it an advantage over many other Legendary Pokémon, which are commonly Ground type, Flying type, or Dragon type. By making use of the DNA Splicer key item and a Reshiram or Zekrom to fuse with, Kyurem can transform into its special forms, White Kyurem and Black Kyurem, and gain access to powerful Fire- or Electric-type attacks. With the Assault Vest, which boosts Sp. Def but only allows the use of damaging attacks, Kyurem will be challenged by only the strongest supereffective attacks. Find your own Assault Vest in the Giant's Bed in the Crown Tundra. In Double Battles, if you manage to get Reshiram or White Kyurem on the field alongside Zekrom or Black Kyurem, you can use the moves Fusion Flare and Fusion Bolt to deal a combo attack capable of unmatched damage, which can be further boosted by harsh sunlight or Electric Terrain.

Although the newly discovered Regieleki and Regidrago aren't quite as powerful as some other Legendary Pokémon we've mentioned, they can be supported by fellow Legendary Pokémon in Double Battles to mutually benefit both Pokémon on the field. Kyogre and Regieleki make a surprisingly perfect pair—Kyogre summons rainy weather with its Drizzle Ability, which means Regieleki can unleash powerful Thunder attacks that never miss. In turn, Regieleki can assist Kyogre in firing off powerful rain-boosted Water Spout attacks to both foes by using Electroweb, which deals a small amount of damage and drops both opposing Pokémon's Speed, so they'll have less of a chance to damage Kyogre before it can attack. Consider giving your Kyogre a Choice Scarf or Choice Specs (both found in the Battle Tower) to boost its Speed or the damage from its Water-type special attacks further.

While Regieleki and Kyogre can control the faster end of the Speed spectrum, if slower Pokémon are your style, consider using Giratina and Regidrago. Giratina can use Trick Room and then Dynamax to use Max Phantasm, which drops the opponents' Defense stats. Regidrago can then swoop in with physical Dragon-type damage from Dragon Claw or Outrage, both of which will deal increased damage because of Regidrago's Ability, Dragon's Maw. Who knew Legendary Pokémon found in different regions could work together so closely?

There's a whole world of Legendary strategy available in The Crown Tundra, and although many tricks are mentioned above, more power is waiting to be discovered behind every corner. What Legendary Pokémon will you use in your path to victory in battle?

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Aaron Traylor
Aaron Traylor has been competing in the VGC since 2011. He placed in the Top 8 and the Top 16 at the World Championships in 2016 and 2019 respectively. He believes that the friendship between Trainers and their Pokémon is ultimately what leads to success in battle. Outside of Pokémon, he is a graduate student studying computer science and cognitive science.

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Pokemon Sword and Shield Wiki Guide

Check out the slideshow with game's legendaries and legendaries being introduced by the Expansion Pass including new legendaries, galarian forms of old legendaries, and returning legendaries. Or, keep scrolling to see them on this page.

Pokemon Sword and Shield Legendaries

At the beginning of your adventure, you'll encounter one of these Pokemon depending on which version of Pokemon Sword and Shield you're playing (Zacian-Sword Zamazenta-Shield). You are unable to catch it at that point. Once you've become the Champion of Galar, however, you'll be ready to confront these mysterious beasts and even catch one of them.

Use this section to compare between the two main Legendaries in Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield.

Clicking on each Pokemon's name will take you to our wiki's Pokedex. Each Pokedex page contains that Legendary Pokemon's location information, information about its different forms, and more!.

  • Zacian attacks so gracefully that its movements can even captivate its opponents. It holds what appears to be a sword in its mouth. Its shining blade can cut through anything.
  • Zamazenta’s regal and majestic movements overwhelm any opponents that dare face it. Its body is covered in what seems to be a shield. Its gleaming shield can turn back any attack.
Zacian (Crowned Sword) Zamazenta (Crowned Shield)
Ability:Intrepid SwordAbility:Dauntless Shield
Base Stats Comparison
HP: 92 Sp.Atk: 80 HP: 92 Sp.Atk: 80
Atk: 170 Sp.Def: 115 Atk: 130 Sp.Def: 145
Def: 115 Speed: 148 Def: 145 Speed: 128

Eternatus is the Legendary thought to be responsible for the chaos of "The Darkest Day." Chairman Rose believes Eternatus can save Galar from impending demise. The Dynamax phenomenon in the Galar region is the direct result of this Pokemon's appearance. Eternatus is the third legendary Pokemon in Sword and Shield and can be caught in both versions of the game.

Our wiki's Pokedex page for Eternatus contains more detailed info about where to catch Eternatus, the different forms of Eternatus, and more!

A new gen 8 mythical Pokemon named Zarude was announced on February 27, 2020. It's Dark and Grass Type with the Leaf Guard Ability. It's still not clear How to Get Zarude but it "cannot be found through normal gameplay in the world of Pokemon Sword and Shield."

Kubfu and Urshifu are Legendary Pokemon introduced in Pokemon Sword and Shield's first Expansion Pack (DLC): The Isle of Armor. Kobfu will evolve into Urshifu (Single Strike Style) OR Urshifu (Rapid Strike Style) depending on " choices made during your adventure," according to the official Pokemon website. The forms are not version exclusives; they can be obtained in both games.

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Urshifu (Single Strike Style) OR Urshifu (Rapid Strike Style)
Type:FightingAbility:Inner FocusType:

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Ability:

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Fighting and Water

Ability: Unseen Fist
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Calyrex in a Legendary Pokemon introduced in the second Pokemon Sword and Shield Expansion Pack (DLC): The Crown Tundra.

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Ice Rider Form Shadow Rider Form
Type:Psychic and GrassAbility:Unnerve
Base Stats
HP: 100 Sp.Atk: 80
Atk: 80 Sp.Def: 80
Def: 80 Speed: 80

Glastrier is part of the Crown Tundra's story. You must accept Legendary Clue 1 from Peony to encounter Glastrier. During the story mission you'll need to plant the Carrot Seeds in the frozen soil to summon Glastrier.

Since Glastrier is bonded with Calyrex at first, you'll need to separate Calyrex from Glastrier in order to use it separately in battle.

Glastrier
Type:IceAbility: Chilling Neigh
Base Stats
HP: 100 Sp.Atk: 65
Atk: 145 Sp.Def: 130
Def: 110 Speed: 30

Spectrier is part of the Crown Tundra's story. You must accept Legendary Clue 1 from Peony to encounter Spectrier. During the story mission you'll need to plant the Carrot Seeds in the haunted soil to summon Spectrier.

Since Spectrier is bonded with Calyrex at first, you'll need to separate Calyrex from Spectrier in order to use it separately in battle.

Spectrier
Type:GhostAbility: Grim Neigh
Base Stats
HP: 100 Sp.Atk: 145
Atk: 65 Sp.Def: 80
Def: 60 Speed: 130

Galarian Articuno is available after accepting Legendary Clue 3 from Peony in Freezington. This quest will allow you to track down and catch the Galarian forms of the Kanto Legendary Birds - Galarian Articuno, Galarian Zapdos, and Galarian Moltres.

Galarian Articuno
Type:Psychic, FlyingAbility: Competetive
Base Stats
HP: 90 Sp.Atk: 125
Atk: 85 Sp.Def: 95
Def: 100 Speed: 85

How to Catch Roaming Legendary Birds - Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres

Galarian Zapdos is available after accepting Legendary Clue 3 from Peony in Freezington. This quest will allow you to track down and catch the Galarian forms of the Kanto Legendary Birds - Galarian Articuno, Galarian Zapdos, and Galarian Moltres.

Galarian Zapdos
Type:Fighting, FlyingAbility:Defiant
Base Stats
HP: 90 Sp.Atk: 90
Atk: 125 Sp.Def: 90
Def: 85 Speed: 100

How to Catch Roaming Legendary Birds - Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres

Galarian Moltres is available after accepting Legendary Clue 3 from Peony in Freezington. This quest will allow you to track down and catch the Galarian forms of the Kanto Legendary Birds - Galarian Articuno, Galarian Zapdos, and Galarian Moltres.

Galarian Moltres
Type:Dark, FlyingAbility: Berserk
Base Stats
HP: 90 Sp.Atk: 125
Atk: 100 Sp.Def: 90
Def: 85 Speed: 90

How to Catch Roaming Legendary Birds - Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres

Regidrago is part of the Crown Tundra's story. You must accept Legendary Clue 2 from Peony to encounter Regidrago. During the story mission you'll need to capture the original trio of Titans: Regirock, Regice, and Registeel. Once you've captured them, add them all to your party and head to Three-Point Pass where you'll find the Split-Decision Ruins, home of Regieleki and Regidrago.

Regidrago
Type:DragonAbility:Dragon's Maw
Base Stats
HP: 800 Sp.Atk: 100
Atk: 100 Sp.Def: 50
Def: 50 Speed: 80

Follow our guide for How to Get Regieleki and Regidrago.

Regieleki is part of the Crown Tundra's story. You must accept Legendary Clue 2 from Peony to encounter Regieleki. During the story mission you'll need to capture the original trio of Titans: Regirock, Regice, and Registeel. Once you've captured them, add them all to your party and head to Three-Point Pass where you'll find the Split-Decision Ruins, home of Regieleki and Regidrago.

Regieleki
Type:ElectricAbility: Transistor
Base Stats
HP: 80 Sp.Atk: 100
Atk: 100 Sp.Def: 50
Def: 50 Speed: 200

Follow our guide for How to Get Regieleki and Regidrago.

There are a number of additional Legendary Pokemon that can be found in the Crown Tundra DLC. Check out our full guide below for how to catch them all.

The full list of additional returning Legendary Pokemon in the Crown Tundra are:

  • Mewtwo
  • Raikou
  • Entei
  • Suicune
  • Lugia
  • Ho-Oh
  • Regice
  • Registeel
  • Regirock
  • Latias
  • Latios
  • Groudon
  • Kyogre
  • Rayquaza
  • Azelf
  • Mesprit
  • Uxie
  • Dialga
  • Palkia
  • Giratina
  • Cresselia
  • Heatran
  • Regigigas
  • Cobalion
  • Terrakion
  • Virizon
  • Tornadus
  • Thundurus
  • Landorus
  • Reshiram
  • Zekrom
  • Kyurem
  • Xerneas
  • Yveltal
  • Zygarde
  • Tapu Koko
  • Tapu Lele
  • Tapu Bulu
  • Tapu Fini
  • Cosmog
  • Cosmoem
  • Solgaleo
  • Lunala
  • Necrozma
  • Nihilego
  • Buzzwole
  • Pheromosa
  • Xurkitree
  • Celesteela
  • Kartana
  • Guzzlord
  • Necrozma
  • Stakataka
  • Blacephalon
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Where Mewtwo And The Other Legendaries Will Be Located In Pokemon Sword And Shield

Pokemon Sword and Shield Legendary Pokemon

Pokemon Sword and Shield Legendary Pokemon List

The Pokemon Sword and Shield Legendary Pokemon List below will display how to find and unlock each Legendary Pokemon. We also included the Elemental Type, Moves List and some additional stats such as SP ATK, ATK, DEF, etc. These stats are important to check since not all legendary or mythic pokemon for that matter are strong enough to be used in battle effectively especially in high levels of battle.

Left is Zacian the Sword Legendary Pokemon
Right is Zamazenta the Shield Legendary Pokemon

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Legendary Pokémon

Introducing the Legendary Pokémon that will be appearing in The Isle of Armor and The Crown Tundra.

Revealing the Gigantamax form of your very first partner Pokémon

In The Isle of Armor, which is part one of the Expansion Pass, it seems that you’ll be able to help some of the Pokémon traveling with you gain the ability to Gigantamax. This has led to the discovery of the Gigantamax forms for Rillaboom, Cinderace, and Inteleon, the final Evolutions of the first-partner Pokémon in the Galar region.

This time, the details about G-Max Moves that only Rillaboom, Cinderace, and Inteleon can use have been revealed. These G-Max Moves are tremendously powerful, packing an even greater punch than normal Max Moves or G-Max Moves!

Familiar Pokémon get all-new Gigantamax forms!

Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres?!

Legendary Pokémon bearing strong resemblances to Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres have been spotted in the Crown Tundra. These Pokémon seem to bear Ice-type, Electric-type, and Fire-type characteristics, respectively, and so were previously thought to be the same as the Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres seen in other regions. But recently, data gathered from reported sightings and other sources about the Pokémon have bolstered the theory that they are, in fact, distinct variants.

New regional forms for familiar Pokémon

Regional forms of certain Pokémon are found in Galar. These forms have adapted to the unique environment of the Galar region and look different than the same species might look when found in other regions. These adapted forms are known as the Galarian forms of the Pokémon, and it seems their behavior also differs from that of their species’ previously discovered forms.

Pokémon that didn’t appear in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield will be joining the fun

Many Pokémon that didn’t appear in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield make their homes on the Isle of Armor and the Crown Tundra. Get ready to meet a lively array of diverse Pokémon, from newly discovered Legendary Pokémon and new regional forms to familiar Pokémon that have been seen living in other regions!

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Pokemon Sword and Shield: All Catchable Legendaries in Dynamax Adventures

Pokemon Sword and Shield trainers are spending plenty of time catching familiar friends from previous generations in the Crown Tundra. However, the expansion pass also brought back some older Legendary Pokemon with new Galarian forms. Thankfully, trainers can also catch nearly every past Legendary because of Dynamax Adventures.

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Updated by Mina Smith: The world of Pokemon is ever-growing and changing. With updates to the games and additions of new DLCs, players have gotten new locations, quests, and even new Pokemon in several Pokemon games, including Sword and Shield. Therefore, it seemed like a great time to update this article. The updates include some new pictures of the Pokemon, some new details, and the addition of the Ultra Beasts from the new Dynamax Adventures in both Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield. Hopefully this information will help players to catch 'em all in the Dynamax Adventures DLC for both Sword and Shield.

Dynamax Adventures in Sword and Shield

Dynamax Adventures are an underground challenge where trainers get to fight through 4 Max Raid Battles with the last battle against a Legendary Pokemon. Fortunately, trainers still have a 100-percent catch rate after weakening these Pokemon enough. In total, there are 38 legendary Pokemon from the previous 7 generations that trainers can encounter after the main story.

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All Sword and Shield Kanto Legendaries

  • Articuno
  • Zapdos
  • Moltres
  • Mewtwo

Trainers should be aware that these are the original forms of the Legendary Birds instead of their Galarian versions.

All Sword and Shield Johto Legendaries

Only 4 legendary Pokemon from Johto are available depending on the version.

  • Raikou
  • Entei
  • Suicune
  • Lugia (Shield only)
  • Ho-Oh (Sword only)

All Sword and Shield Hoenn Legendaries

The Regis have their own Crown Tundra storyline, but the Weather Trio and Eon duo Pokemon are split between both games.

  • Groudon (Sword only)
  • Kyogre (Shield only)
  • Rayquaza
  • Latios (Sword only)
  • Latias (Shield only)

All Sword and Shield Sinnoh Legendaries

With the exception of Dialga and Palkia, Generation 4's extensive list of Legendary Pokemon is available to all trainers.

  • Dialga (Sword only)
  • Palkia (Shield only)
  • Mesprit
  • Azelf
  • Uxie
  • Heatran
  • Giratina
  • Cresselia

All Sword and Shield Unova Legendaries

While the Swords of Justice are wandering throughout Crown Tundra, the Tao trio and Forces of Nature have been heavily separated between both versions.

  • Reshiram (Sword only)
  • Zekrom (Shield only)
  • Kyurem
  • Tornadus (Sword only)
  • Thundurus (Shield only)

All Sword and Shield Kalos Legendaries

Because Kalos had very few Legendaries, trainers will only be able to get 2 members of the Aura trio.

  • Xerneas (Shield only)
  • Yveltal (Sword only)
  • Zygarde

All Sword and Shield Alola Legendaries

Trainers can catch all of Alola's Guardian dieties, Necrozma, and either one of Sun and Moon's mascots. Note that the Ultrabeasts can also make an appearance in Dynamax Adventures along with the other 38 Legendaries.

  • Solgaleo (Swordonly)
  • Lunala (Shieldonly)
  • Necrozma
  • Tapu Koko
  • Tapu Bulu
  • Tapu Fini
  • Tapu Lele

All Pokemon Sword and Shield Dynamax Adventure Ultra Beasts

Although technically not Legendary, the Ultra Beasts are still worth mentioning.

  • Nihilego
  • Buzzwole
  • Pheromosa
  • Xurkitree
  • Celesteela
  • Kartana
  • Guzzlord
  • Necrozma
  • Stakataka
  • Blacephalon

Although some trainers will definitely be disappointed that these Legendary Pokemon don't have their own unique scenarios, Game Freak was still able to add every Legendary to Crown Tundra using this method without having to further delay the DLC. Furthermore, their implementation this way is healthier for trainers who just want to catch them all or take advantage of the increased shiny rate. In the end, getting Legendary Pokemon through Dynamax Adventures might not be perfect, but there are positives to this system that are sure to return in future Pokemon games.

Pokemon Sword and Shield are available on the Nintendo Switch.

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