Pokémon Sword and Shield fact: Galarian Linoone are very popular among the disaffected youths of the Galar region for their rash and fearless personalities

Developed by Game Freak, Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield will be launching simultaneously on November 15, 2019, worldwide exclusively for Nintendo Switch. Meanwhile,  to continue promoting the upcoming duo of Pokémon games, The Pokémon Company is sharing more facts about new Galar Pokémon over the next few days. Check out the embedded tweets and read on below to learn more:

Galarian Linoone are very popular among the disaffected youths of the Galar region for their rash and fearless personalities!

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Pokémon Sword and Shield fact: Wooloo fleece is a specialty product of the Galar region and is often used to make clothing and other textiles

Pokémon Sword and Shield fact: Corviknight is the strongest sky-dwelling Pokémon in the Galar region

Pokémon Sword and Shield fact: Alcremie throws a sweet-smelling cream with a powerful soothing effect that causes opponents to lose their will to battle

Pokémon Sword and Shield fact: Scorbunny can burn opponents just by kicking them

Pokémon Sword and Shield fact: Up until about 100 years ago, every household in the Galar region had a Rolycoly

Pokémon Sword and Shield fact: Wilted flowers and leaves regain their color when Grookey drums its stick near them

Pokémon Sword and Shield fact: Tea made from Gossifleur’s pollen is a common folk medicine remedy in the Galar region

Pokémon Sword and Shield fact: Duraludon is the second Steel- and Dragon-type Pokémon to be discovered so far

Source: @Pokemon

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