Pokemon Sword and Shield Wiki Guide
The table below lists every Pokemon in Sword and Shield as they appear numerically in the game's Pokedex. We are making individual pages for all the new Pokemon and Galarian Forms. As those pages become available, you will be able to click on each Pokemon's name to view their individual details.
- The Location(s) Found column only lists where that Pokemon can be found in the wild. If the location is listed as N/A, that means the Pokemon cannot be encountered/caught, and therefore, is only attainable through evolution or from trading.
- If a Pokemon is exclusive to a particular version of the game (Sword or Shield), its location will be designated by color: Sword and Shield. A Sword exclusive Pokemon can only be obtained in Shield through trading, and vice versa. To view the full list of differences between Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield, click here.
- Click on a Pokemon's name to view it's wiki page containing detailed info about the Pokemon's stat's, evolution information and more.
- Click on a location to view our Walkthrough of that area with more specific details and even appearence rates!
- Locations displayed in italics are regions of the Wild Area. Note: It is possible to encounter high-level Pokemon in the Wild Area - even evolutions that can only be found in Max Raid Battles. These high-level Pokemon can only be caught after aquiring 1 or more Gym Badges.
|15||Butterfree|| Bug |
|17||Charjabug|| Bug |
|18||Vikavolt|| Bug |
|64||Joltik|| Bug |
|65||Galvantula|| Bug |
|75||Swinub|| Ice |
|76||Piloswine|| Ice |
|77||Mamoswine|| Ice |
|78||Delibird|| Ice |
|81||Froslass|| Ice |
|86||Dwebble|| Bug |
|87||Crustle|| Bug |
|104||Nincada|| Bug |
|105||Ninjask|| Bug |
|106||Shedinja|| Bug |
|116||Combee|| Bug |
|117||Vespiquen|| Bug |
|184||Persian||Normal||Evolve Kanto Meowth|
|187||Cutiefly|| Bug |
|188||Ribombee|| Bug |
|227||Shuckle|| Bug |
|232||Wimpod|| Bug |
|233||Golisopod|| Bug |
|274||Escavalier|| Bug |
See How to Evolve Inkay
|316||Durant|| Bug |
|329||Cofagrigus||Ghost||Evolve Unovan Yamask|
|349||Snom|| Ice |
|350||Frosmoth|| Ice |
|365||Galarian Mr. Mime|| Ice |
|366||Mr. Rime|| Ice |
|Evolve Type: Null|
|398||Zacian||Fairy||Post Game Story|
|399||Zamazenta||Fighting||Post Game Story|
|Story - Energy Plant|
Pokémon Sword and Shield
- Sword and Shield redirects here. For the TCG expansion, see Sword & Shield (TCG). For the Pokémon Adventures chapter, see Sword & Shield chapter (Adventures).
Pokémon Sword (Japanese: ポケットモンスター ソードPocket Monsters Sword) and Pokémon Shield (Japanese: ポケットモンスター シールドPocket Monsters Shield) are the primary paired versions of Generation VIII. The games were released on the Nintendo Switch worldwide on November 15, 2019 for both retail sale and download. All copies of the game are playable in nine languages: Japanese, English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Korean, Simplified and Traditional Chinese.
During E3 2017, Tsunekazu Ishihara announced that the next core series titles would be available on the Nintendo Switch, but they were not prepared to release any more information at the time. On May 30, 2018, The Pokémon Company gave a press conference and announced that the new core games would have more traditional gameplay, as opposed to that found in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!.
The games were formally announced on Pokémon Day, February 27, 2019 at 11 pm JST during a worldwide announcement through Nintendo Direct hosted by Tsunekazu Ishihara, Junichi Masuda, and Shigeru Ohmori. An official trailer was shown, giving information on the region and the starter Pokémon players can choose from.
The Pokémon Sword and Shield Expansion Pass was revealed during a Pokémon Direct on January 9, 2020; it adds two new areas to the game, The Isle of Armor and The Crown Tundra.
The player is a young child who lives with their mother in the town of Postwick in the Galarregion. One day, the player's friend Hop invites them to meet his big brother Leon, the Champion of the Galar League, so that they both can receive a starter Pokémon from him. After receiving their starters, the player and Hop follow a runaway Wooloo into the Slumbering Weald. Inside the foggy forest, they encounter a mysterious Pokémon that is completely unaffected by moves. They are soon rescued by Leon, and then they set out to receive an endorsement from him so that they can participate in Galar's Gym Challenge. After some convincing by Professor Magnolia, Leon agrees to give both the player and Hop an endorsement. Just then, two Wishing Stars fall out of the sky, and Professor Magnolia converts them into Dynamax Bands for the player and Hop, allowing them to Dynamax their Pokémon. The player and Hop then travel together to Motostoke to attend the Gym Challenge's opening ceremony, where they meet Rose, the president of Macro Cosmos and the chairman of the Galar Pokémon League, as well as a band of hooligans known as Team Yell.
After the opening ceremony, the player sets out to collect the eight Badges required to compete in the Champion Cup tournament from Gym Leaders across the region. Along the way, Professor Magnolia's granddaughter and assistantSonia tells them about Galar's history and a mysterious event known as the Darkest Day. The player ends up uncovering pieces of the Darkest Day's history during their journey, much to Sonia's pleasure. Eventually, the player manages to successfully collect the eight Badges and travels to Wyndon, where the Champion Cup is held. They win their way through the Champion Cup semifinals, where they defeat Hop and end his dream of surpassing his brother. After confronting Macro Cosmos's vice-president Oleana at Rose Tower, the player participates in the Champion Cup finals and wins their way through it, earning themselves the right to challenge Leon.
However, just before the player and Leon's battle can begin, Rose makes a public announcement, revealing that he's going to bring about the second Darkest Day to save Galar from an energy crisis a thousand years in the future. To stop Rose's plans, the player and Hop travel to the Slumbering Weald again to seek help from the Legendary PokémonZacian and Zamazenta, one of whom had been the mysterious Pokémon they saw at the start of their journey. They find and take along a Rusted Sword and a Rusted Shield from the heart of the forest and go to confront Rose in Hammerlocke, where it is revealed that the Darkest Day is the result of Rose awakening a Legendary Pokémon known as Eternatus. After defeating Rose, the player and Hop go to face Eternatus at the top of the Hammerlocke Stadium, where Leon unsuccessfully tries to catch it, forcing the player to battle it. Once Eternatus seems to have been defeated, however, it suddenly transforms into its even more powerful Eternamax form. However, thanks to the sword and the shield they found, the player and Hop are able to summon Zacian and Zamazenta to their aid, and together, they defeat Eternatus in a Max Raid Battle, allowing the player to catch it and thus end the crisis. Three days later, the player finally takes on Leon in a battle at Wyndon Stadium and defeats him, ending his career as the undefeated Champion and making the player the new Champion of Galar.
During the post-game, the player and Hop travel to the heart of Slumbering Weald to return the Rusted Sword and the Rusted Shield, only to be confronted by the rich brothers Sordward and Shielbert, who try to steal the artifacts. Although the player manages to defeat one of the brothers and recover one of the stolen items, the two still manage to get away with the other one. The player and Hop are then forced to travel around Galar to stop the Dynamax Pokémon the brothers have let loose at the Gym Stadiums. They finally confront them again at Hammerlocke Stadium, where they reveal their plan being to reinstate the Galarian monarchy and denigrate Zacian and Zamazenta. Using the artifact they stole, the brothers lure in one of the Legendary Pokémon and drive it berserk, forcing the player to battle it. After it has been defeated, the other Legendary Pokémon appears as well, which the player battles and catches. During the battle, Hop follows the first Legendary to the heart of Slumbering Weald, where he successfully calms it down. Deeming Hop worthy of its trust, the Legendary Pokémon then willingly joins his party. The player and Hop then battle for one last time, after which Hop declares that his new dream is to become a Pokémon Professor, and Sordward and Shielbert briefly reappear to apologise for their actions.
The Isle of Armor
- Main article: The Isle of Armor
The player travels to the Isle of Armor off the coast of Galar and becomes an apprentice in the local Master Dojo, a battle facility run by former Champion Mustard. They also develop a new rivalry with a Gym Leader-in-training and fellow apprentice named KlaraSw/AverySh.
The Crown Tundra
- Main article: The Crown Tundra
The player travels to the Crown Tundra in southern Galar, where they meet Peony, an enthusiastic former Steel-type Gym Leader, and take his daughter Peonia's place in his explorations of solving the legends lurking around the Tundra.
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The games mix some of the changes introduced in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! with the more traditional gameplay last seen in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. Wild Pokémon now appear on the overworld, known as "symbol encounters", similar to the Let's Go games, as well as random encounters shaking in tall grass.
Known as the Gym Challenge, Gyms that the player must battle with the goal of becoming the Champion return to the games, after being replaced by trials in Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon. The challenge culminates in the annual Champion Cup tournament where the player may challenge the Champion.
- Main article: Wild Area
The Wild Area is a vast, open area that connects several towns in the Galar region. It is home to a wide variety of wildPokémon.
Dynamax and Gigantamax
- Main article: Dynamaxand Gigantamax
Dynamax is a new type of transformation that allows any Pokémon from the Galar region to power up and become larger using the Dynamax Band. After Dynamaxing, a Pokémon can use a Max Move.
Gigantamax is a special phenomenon that also changes the appearance of a few individuals of certain species of Pokémon. Like Dynamaxing, the Pokémon is increased in power and becomes bigger. A Gigantamax Pokémon can use a G-Max Move.
Max Raid Battles
- Main article: Max Raid Battle
Max Raid Battles are a new cooperative feature that allows up to four players to challenge a Dynamax Pokémon together over local wireless or Nintendo Switch Online.
- Main article: Rotom Phone
Replacing the Rotom Pokédex of the Generation VII games, the Rotom Phone acts not only as a Pokédex but also has additional features, such as the Town Map. It also acts as the main interface for the game's menu.
- Main article: Y-Comm
The Y-Comm serves as an interface to connect with other players over local wireless or on the internet through Nintendo Switch Online. Players can trade (either a Link Trade or Surprise Trade), battle, swap League Cards, and join Max Raid Battles.
- Main article: Battle Stadium
Replacing the Battle Spot from the Generation VI and VII games, the Battle Stadium allows players to participate in battles over the internet through Nintendo Switch Online. Players can participate in Ranked Battles, Casual Battles, and Official Competitions as well as host or join Friendly Competitions.
- Main article: Rotomi
Rotomi replaces the PCs in previous games and has several features including allowing players to send their Pokémon on Poké Jobs, design their League Card, and draw for the Loto-ID.
- Main article: Pokémon Camp
Pokémon Camp allows players can go camping and interact with their Pokémon, cook curry, and visit other player's camps.
Trainers must receive an endorsement in order to participate in the Gym Challenge. Those who defeat the eight Gym Leaders and collect the eight Badges can participate in the annual Champion Cup for a chance to challenge the current Champion of Galar. The Gym Leaders are Milo (Grass), Nessa (Water), Kabu (Fire), Bea (Fighting)Sw/Allister (Ghost)Sh, Opal (Fairy), Gordie (Rock)Sw/Melony (Ice)Sh, Piers (Dark), and Raihan (Dragon).
During the game, Opal and Piers retire from their positions as Gym Leaders and are succeeded by Bede and Marnie, respectively. During The Crown Tundra, Klara (Poison)Sw/Avery (Psychic)Sh is revealed to have become minor division Gym Leader.
Unlike previous games, there is no Elite Four in the Galar region. Their place is instead taken by the Champion Cup, a tournament where Trainers compete for the right to challenge the current Champion. In the semifinals, Gym Challengers compete against each other, and the winner proceeds to the finals, where they join a tournament otherwise completely occupied by the Gym Leaders. The winner of the finals is granted the right to challenge the Champion.
- See Category:Generation VIII Pokémon
Isle of Armor
- Wild male Indeedee is exclusive to Pokémon Sword, while wild female Indeedee is exclusive to Pokémon Shield. However, both genders can be obtained in either game through breeding.
- Wild male Meowstic is exclusive to Pokémon Sword, while wild female Meowstic is exclusive to Pokémon Shield. However, both genders can be obtained by evolving Espurr of the appropriate gender.
- Wild Sawk is exclusive to Pokémon Sword, while wild Throh is exclusive to Pokémon Shield. However, there is an in-game trade in Circhester where the player can trade a Vanillish to obtain ThrohSw or SawkSh.
- Cosmoem evolve into Solgaleo in Pokémon Sword, and Lunala in Pokémon Shield.
- With the exception of Zacian and Zamazenta, all of these Pokémon can be obtained in either version by joining other players' Max Raid Battles via the Y-Comm or Max Lair.
Game-exclusive Gigantamax Pokémon
- During normal gameplay, GigantamaxMachamp are exclusive to Sword, and Gigantamax Gengar to Shield. However, they have been made available by Wild Area News. Additionally, if the player has purchased the Pokémon Sword Expansion Pass or the Pokémon Shield Expansion Pass, they can obtain any Gigantamax Pokémon by feeding their Pokémon Max Soup, regardless of which version they are playing.
Pokémon Sword and Shield can connect with Pokémon HOME. This allows it to store and receive Pokémon from Pokémon HOME, including Pokémon from previous generations that were transferred into Pokémon HOME. Users of HOME can transfer Pokémon freely between other Sword and Shield savefiles on the console, even if the files belong to different profiles. Through the mobile version of HOME, players can trade those Pokémon through the GTS, not natively featured in Sword and Shield, and the Wonder Box, a feature similar to Sword and Shield's Surprise Trade and the Wonder Trade of previous games.
Only Pokémon in the Galar Pokédex and a select few "foreign" Pokémon can be transferred to Pokémon Sword and Shield. Two patches were released with each iteration of the Pokémon Sword and Shield Expansion Pass which increased the number of Pokémon that can exist in Pokémon Sword and Shield, regardless of whether or not the player purchased the Expansion Pass.
All Pokémon in the Galar Pokédex, Isle of Armor Pokédex, and Crown Tundra Pokédex (including all regional forms) can be transferred to Pokémon Sword and Shield.
In addition to Pokémon in the Galar, Isle of Armor, and Crown Tundra Pokédexes, the following select Pokémon can also be transferred to Pokémon Sword and Shield.
- Main article: List of moves by availability (Generation VIII)
In Pokémon Sword and Shield, many moves are no longer usable. Pokémon do not normally learn these moves in the game, and if a Pokémon does know one of these moves (e.g. due to being transferred from Pokémon HOME), it will not be able to use it. If the move is forgotten, Jack will not be able to teach it again, even if it is a special move that the Pokémon normally would be able to relearn.
In lieu of their usual descriptions, most of these moves instead have the following generic description: "This move can't be used. It's recommended that this move is forgotten. Once forgotten, this move can't be remembered." The unusable moves that do not have this description are usually moves that cannot be legitimately known by any Pokémon that exists in Pokémon Sword and Shield, typically being signature moves or moves which only a small group of Pokémon can know.
List of Pokémon by Galar Pokédex number
This is a list of Pokémon in the order dictated by the Galarregional Pokédex, meaning that the starter Pokémon from Galar will appear first, followed by Pokémon native to the Galar region. There are 400 numbered Pokémon in the Galar Pokédex. More Pokémon have been added to Pokémon Sword and Shield via patches released to coincide with the release of the games' two expansions, in which the new Pokémon were included in the Isle of Armor Pokédex and Crown Tundra Pokédex, respectively.
Only Pokémon in the Galar, the Isle of Armor, and the Crown Tundra Pokédexes, as well as a select few outside of the aforementioned Pokédexes, can be transferred from Pokémon HOME to Sword and Shield. These include Alolan Forms, such as Alolan Meowth, non-Galarian counterparts, such as Mr. Mime, and other missing forms, such as West SeaShellos and Gastrodon.
List of Pokémon by Galar Pokédex number
#001 - #051 Grookey - Cinccino
#052 - #101 Bounsweet - Quagsire
#102 - #151 Corphish - Cloyster
#152 - #204 Feebas - Sylveon
#205 - #251 Applin - Weezing
#252 - #300 Bonsly - Torkoal
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