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New Unlisted Trailer for Isle of Armor/Crown Tundra Expansion Pass


The DLC for Isle of Armor will be released on June 17th. Serebii.net compiled a list of details shown in a presentation shown prior to the trailer:

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  • The two Regi Pokémon are Regieleki, Electric-type with a new ability Transistor. It also has the new move Thunder Cage which deals damage and traps them in an electrified cage for four to five turns and Regidrago, Dragon-type with a new ability Dragon's Maw and the move Dragon Energy which does more damage the higher the HP
  • Galarian Articuno is Psychic/Flying with the Ability Competitive and the new move Freezing Glare which may leave the target frozen, Zapdos is Fighting/Flying with the ability Defiant and a new move, Thunderous Kick which does damage and lowers Defense and Moltres is Dark/Flying with the ability Berserk and the new move Fiery Wrath that does damage and can cause the opponent to flinch
  • Galarian Slowbro is Poison/Psychic-type. It has the new Ability Quick Draw and the new move Shell Side Arm, which only it can learn. It Poisons the opponent and does Physical or Special damage based on which does the more damage
  • Gigantamax Venusaur's G-Max Move is G-Max Vine Lash which does damage and continues to do damage for 4 turns to any non-Grass-type Pokémon
  • Gigantamax Blastoise's G-Max Move is G-Max Cannonade which does damage and continues to do damage for 4 turns to any non-Water-type Pokémon
  • Gigantamax Urshifu (Single-Strike)'s G-Max Move is G-Max One Blow and Rapid Strike is G-Max Rapid Flow. These can do damage even if the target defends itself
  • Hidden Ability Grookey, Scorbunny and Sobble are now available through Pokémon HOME if you deposit a Pokémon from Sword & Shield
  • There's an item, tentatively known as Cram-o-matic which lets you combine up to 4 items together to make new items. You get different items based on the items you put into it
  • There are Move Tutor moves given in exchange for Armorite Ore, a substance found through Max Raid Battles in the Isle of Armor. The first, a Fire-type move, Burning Jealousy damages both opponents and has a chance of Burning the opponent if they have had their stat boosted dfuring this turn. The Grass-type one, Grassy Glide, is boosted in priority in Grassy Terrain
  • In the Isle of Armor, you can make "Max Soup", which when a Pokémon with the potential to Dynamax drinks it, it can become Gigantamax
  • In the Crown Tundra, Dynamax Adventure is a game where four players together investigate the Dynamax Raid dens.
  • In The Crown Tundra, there's a new feature called the Galarian Star Tournament in Wyndon. In this, you play Multi Battles against various characters from the story
  • Urshifu's new ability, Unseen Fist, allows for you to damage Pokémon that have used Protect.
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New Unlisted Trailer for Isle of Armor/Crown Tundra Expansion Pass


The DLC for Isle of Armor will be released on June 17th. Serebii.net compiled a list of details shown in a presentation shown prior to the trailer:

Serebii.Net Wrote:
  • The two Regi Pokémon are Regieleki, Electric-type with a new ability Transistor. It also has the new move Thunder Cage which deals damage and traps them in an electrified cage for four to five turns and Regidrago, Dragon-type with a new ability Dragon's Maw and the move Dragon Energy which does more damage the higher the HP
  • Galarian Articuno is Psychic/Flying with the Ability Competitive and the new move Freezing Glare which may leave the target frozen, Zapdos is Fighting/Flying with the ability Defiant and a new move, Thunderous Kick which does damage and lowers Defense and Moltres is Dark/Flying with the ability Berserk and the new move Fiery Wrath that does damage and can cause the opponent to flinch
  • Galarian Slowbro is Poison/Psychic-type. It has the new Ability Quick Draw and the new move Shell Side Arm, which only it can learn. It Poisons the opponent and does Physical or Special damage based on which does the more damage
  • Gigantamax Venusaur's G-Max Move is G-Max Vine Lash which does damage and continues to do damage for 4 turns to any non-Grass-type Pokémon
  • Gigantamax Blastoise's G-Max Move is G-Max Cannonade which does damage and continues to do damage for 4 turns to any non-Water-type Pokémon
  • Gigantamax Urshifu (Single-Strike)'s G-Max Move is G-Max One Blow and Rapid Strike is G-Max Rapid Flow. These can do damage even if the target defends itself
  • Hidden Ability Grookey, Scorbunny and Sobble are now available through Pokémon HOME if you deposit a Pokémon from Sword & Shield
  • There's an item, tentatively known as Cram-o-matic which lets you combine up to 4 items together to make new items. You get different items based on the items you put into it
  • There are Move Tutor moves given in exchange for Armorite Ore, a substance found through Max Raid Battles in the Isle of Armor. The first, a Fire-type move, Burning Jealousy damages both opponents and has a chance of Burning the opponent if they have had their stat boosted dfuring this turn. The Grass-type one, Grassy Glide, is boosted in priority in Grassy Terrain
  • In the Isle of Armor, you can make "Max Soup", which when a Pokémon with the potential to Dynamax drinks it, it can become Gigantamax
  • In the Crown Tundra, Dynamax Adventure is a game where four players together investigate the Dynamax Raid dens.
  • In The Crown Tundra, there's a new feature called the Galarian Star Tournament in Wyndon. In this, you play Multi Battles against various characters from the story
  • Urshifu's new ability, Unseen Fist, allows for you to damage Pokémon that have used Protect.
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I haven't gotten a chance to pick this one up yet. But if and when I do, I plan on getting the Shield version. Just seems more my style.

But for those who have played them both, which do you think has the better Pokemon? Is Sword worth it? Because that's the one I see people have and play more.
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I haven't gotten a chance to pick this one up yet. But if and when I do, I plan on getting the Shield version. Just seems more my style.

But for those who have played them both, which do you think has the better Pokemon? Is Sword worth it? Because that's the one I see people have and play more.
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I actually have both & started with Shield before ending up with Sword. Usually I pick the version I want based on the legendary I want & I wanted the Sword doggo. In the end, I've really enjoyed Shield more then I thought I would, but I think it's because I had really good rng for my first run, as I found 3 left overs & have had good luck catching Pokémon which has tended to be harder for most to catch depending on variations. I also suggest getting Nintendo online, since your going to need help catching 5 star Dynamix Pokémon since most of the AI in the game you get paired with: tends to be kinda lame. lol
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I actually have both & started with Shield before ending up with Sword. Usually I pick the version I want based on the legendary I want & I wanted the Sword doggo. In the end, I've really enjoyed Shield more then I thought I would, but I think it's because I had really good rng for my first run, as I found 3 left overs & have had good luck catching Pokémon which has tended to be harder for most to catch depending on variations. I also suggest getting Nintendo online, since your going to need help catching 5 star Dynamix Pokémon since most of the AI in the game you get paired with: tends to be kinda lame. lol
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Yeah the AI for the raids are  ROFL as fuck. Can't trust them for anything without them dying. They're decent bullet sponges though!

I should go back and play the DLC. I do believe I paid for it...
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Yeah the AI for the raids are  ROFL as fuck. Can't trust them for anything without them dying. They're decent bullet sponges though!

I should go back and play the DLC. I do believe I paid for it...
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The Crown Tundra dlc has really been phenomenal so far. My favorite legendary birb so far is Galarian Articuno, whom I named Darkwing due to the colors matching those of the super hero's outfit colors. Even it's crest looks like the iconic fedora impo.
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The Crown Tundra dlc has really been phenomenal so far. My favorite legendary birb so far is Galarian Articuno, whom I named Darkwing due to the colors matching those of the super hero's outfit colors. Even it's crest looks like the iconic fedora impo.
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(Oct 25th, 2020, 01:51 PM)queen misdreavus Wrote:
The Crown Tundra dlc has really been phenomenal so far. My favorite legendary birb so far is Galarian Articuno, whom I named Darkwing due to the colors matching those of the super hero's outfit colors. Even it's crest looks like the iconic fedora impo.
How would you say it compares to the other DLC that came out?
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(Oct 25th, 2020, 01:51 PM)queen misdreavus Wrote:
The Crown Tundra dlc has really been phenomenal so far. My favorite legendary birb so far is Galarian Articuno, whom I named Darkwing due to the colors matching those of the super hero's outfit colors. Even it's crest looks like the iconic fedora impo.
How would you say it compares to the other DLC that came out?
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(Oct 27th, 2020, 12:24 AM)Moonface Wrote:
How would you say it compares to the other DLC that came out?
I feel that the Crown Tundra has a lot more content compared to the previous dlc tbh. I mean I'll be catching legendaries for a long a** time. XD
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(Oct 27th, 2020, 12:24 AM)Moonface Wrote:
How would you say it compares to the other DLC that came out?
I feel that the Crown Tundra has a lot more content compared to the previous dlc tbh. I mean I'll be catching legendaries for a long a** time. XD
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(Oct 31st, 2020, 08:18 AM)queen misdreavus Wrote:
(Oct 27th, 2020, 12:24 AM)Moonface Wrote:
How would you say it compares to the other DLC that came out?
I feel that the Crown Tundra has a lot more content compared to the previous dlc tbh. I mean I'll be catching legendaries for a long a** time. XD
Are the legendaries in the DLC hard to find like normal legendaries are? Or do they have them show up in a different way since there's a lot of them?
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(Oct 31st, 2020, 08:18 AM)queen misdreavus Wrote:
(Oct 27th, 2020, 12:24 AM)Moonface Wrote:
How would you say it compares to the other DLC that came out?
I feel that the Crown Tundra has a lot more content compared to the previous dlc tbh. I mean I'll be catching legendaries for a long a** time. XD
Are the legendaries in the DLC hard to find like normal legendaries are? Or do they have them show up in a different way since there's a lot of them?
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Been playing the Isle of Armor DLC first, since it's the first in the order. I find the hunt for the Alolan Digletts to be more intriguing than the "main plot" of the DLC, personally, but if I ever get tired one of thing, I can always do the other. The last part of it sucks though. You get given the Pokemon, Kubfu, at level 10 when you beat the dojo, and--after befriending it a bunch--, in order to advance, you need it level 70 minimum (advised) to have it evolve into its next form, Urushifu, at either of those training towers. That's an insane amount of level grind to advance plot that I just don't know if I have the patience for. I may move onto Crown Tundra after I explore the rest of the island properly for Digletts. They can be pretty sneaky in their placements!
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Been playing the Isle of Armor DLC first, since it's the first in the order. I find the hunt for the Alolan Digletts to be more intriguing than the "main plot" of the DLC, personally, but if I ever get tired one of thing, I can always do the other. The last part of it sucks though. You get given the Pokemon, Kubfu, at level 10 when you beat the dojo, and--after befriending it a bunch--, in order to advance, you need it level 70 minimum (advised) to have it evolve into its next form, Urushifu, at either of those training towers. That's an insane amount of level grind to advance plot that I just don't know if I have the patience for. I may move onto Crown Tundra after I explore the rest of the island properly for Digletts. They can be pretty sneaky in their placements!
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For some of the legendaries you go on an escursion & mystery hunt to find some of them. All the other legendaries are easily found in the Gigantamax adventures cave & caught 100% in any pokeball. I've caught a shiny Necromoza & Kyurem so far, as well as a shiny emolga I named Alvin. xD
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For some of the legendaries you go on an escursion & mystery hunt to find some of them. All the other legendaries are easily found in the Gigantamax adventures cave & caught 100% in any pokeball. I've caught a shiny Necromoza & Kyurem so far, as well as a shiny emolga I named Alvin. xD
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So someone made sprites of all the Pokemon from these games using the Pokemon Yellow colour palette:
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So someone made sprites of all the Pokemon from these games using the Pokemon Yellow colour palette:
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I love them! My only criticism is I wish they utilized sizing better. It feels like all the Pokemon are enormous, and you have no way in judging the size of the Pokemon as compared to others (especially ones that are really big). It's not a limitation of the style they were going for because Pokemon like Diglett and the early starter Pokemon all appeared small to a degree and increased in size after evolving.
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I love them! My only criticism is I wish they utilized sizing better. It feels like all the Pokemon are enormous, and you have no way in judging the size of the Pokemon as compared to others (especially ones that are really big). It's not a limitation of the style they were going for because Pokemon like Diglett and the early starter Pokemon all appeared small to a degree and increased in size after evolving.
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Really well done there, almost looks like they are from Yellow. Although wish there was a better resolution/image size to see them better, it's made me realise I've forgotten many of the Pokémon names from Sword & Shield and make out what they look like in this pixel form. XD
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Really well done there, almost looks like they are from Yellow. Although wish there was a better resolution/image size to see them better, it's made me realise I've forgotten many of the Pokémon names from Sword & Shield and make out what they look like in this pixel form. XD
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Did you not click the Twitter images to zoom in better? You should be able to see them all quite clearly, especially so since they're sprite based and already look pixelated ROFL

Yeah I find myself having a bit of a harder time these days trying to pick out Pokemon from Gen 7-8. They can be kind of forgettable if you don't emcounter or utilize them at all at any point.
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Did you not click the Twitter images to zoom in better? You should be able to see them all quite clearly, especially so since they're sprite based and already look pixelated ROFL

Yeah I find myself having a bit of a harder time these days trying to pick out Pokemon from Gen 7-8. They can be kind of forgettable if you don't emcounter or utilize them at all at any point.
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Yeah that was my fault, thought I clicked it to open an image but didn't do anything so I assumed that was the only size image they had. Must've not register my click, I didn't bother to try again and opened the small image in a new tab. XD Having the full size I recognise them better but still don't remember the names, other than a few I use or already know.
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Yeah that was my fault, thought I clicked it to open an image but didn't do anything so I assumed that was the only size image they had. Must've not register my click, I didn't bother to try again and opened the small image in a new tab. XD Having the full size I recognise them better but still don't remember the names, other than a few I use or already know.
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