Eternatus, #890 – Gigantic Pokémon

Eternatus: The core on its chest absorbs energy emanating from the lands of the Galar region. This energy is what allows Eternatus to stay active. It was inside a meteorite that fell 20,000 years ago. There seems to be a connection between this Pokémon and the Dynamax phenomenon. Eternamax Eternatus: As a result of Rose's … Continue reading Eternatus, #890 – Gigantic Pokémon

Zamazenta, #889 – Warrior Pokémon

Hero of Many Battles: In times past, it worked together with a king of the people to save the Galar region. It absorbs metal that it then uses in battle. This Pokémon slept for aeons while in the form of a statue. It was asleep for so long, people forgot that it ever existed. Type: … Continue reading Zamazenta, #889 – Warrior Pokémon

Zacian, #888 – Warrior Pokémon

Hero of Many Battles: Known as a legendary hero, this Pokémon absorbs metal particles, transforming them into a weapon it uses to battle. This Pokémon has slumbered for many years. Some say it's Zamazenta's elder sister—others say the two Pokémon are rivals. Type: Fairy Category: Warrior Ability: Intrepid Sword, which boosts the Pokémon’s Attack stat … Continue reading Zacian, #888 – Warrior Pokémon

Dragapult, #887 – Stealth Pokémon

When it isn't battling, it keeps Dreepy in the holes on its horns. Once a fight starts, it launches the Dreepy like supersonic missiles. Apparently the Dreepy inside Dragapult's horns eagerly look forward to being launched out at Mach speeds. Type: Dragon/Ghost Category: Stealth Ability: Clear Body, which prevents other Pokémon's moves or Abilities from … Continue reading Dragapult, #887 – Stealth Pokémon

Drakloak, #886 – Caretaker Pokémon

It's capable of flying faster than 120 mph. It battles alongside Dreepy and dotes on them until they successfully evolve. Without a Dreepy to place on its head and care for, it gets so uneasy it'll try to substitute any Pokémon it finds for the missing Dreepy. Type: Dragon/Ghost Category: Caretaker Ability: Clear Body, which … Continue reading Drakloak, #886 – Caretaker Pokémon

Dreepy, #885 – Lingering Pokémon

After being reborn as a ghost Pokémon, Dreepy wanders the areas it used to inhabit back when it was alive in prehistoric seas. If this weak Pokémon is by itself, a mere child could defeat it. But if Dreepy has friends to help it train, it can evolve and become much stronger. Type: Dragon/Ghost Category: … Continue reading Dreepy, #885 – Lingering Pokémon

Duraludon, #884 – Alloy Pokémon

Its body resembles polished metal, and it's both lightweight and strong. The only drawback is that it rusts easily. The special metal that composes its body is very light, so this Pokémon has considerable agility. It lives in caves because it dislikes the rain. Type: Steel/Dragon Category: Alloy Ability: Light Metal, which halves the Pokémon's … Continue reading Duraludon, #884 – Alloy Pokémon

Arctovish, #883 – Fossil Pokémon

Though it's able to capture prey by freezing its surroundings, it has trouble eating the prey afterward because its mouth is on top of its head. The skin on its face is impervious to attack, but breathing difficulties made this Pokémon go extinct anyway. Type: Water/Ice Category: Fossil Ability: Water Absorb, which restores HP if … Continue reading Arctovish, #883 – Fossil Pokémon

Dracovish, #882 – Fossil Pokémon

Powerful legs and jaws made it the apex predator of its time. Its own overhunting of its prey was what drove it to extinction. Its mighty legs are capable of running at speeds exceeding 40 mph, but this Pokémon can't breathe unless it's underwater. Type: Water/Dragon Category: Fossil Ability: Water Absorb, which restores HP if … Continue reading Dracovish, #882 – Fossil Pokémon

Arctozolt, #881 – Fossil Pokémon

The shaking of its freezing upper half is what generates its electricity. It has a hard time walking around. This Pokémon lived on prehistoric seashores and was able to preserve food with the ice on its body. It went extinct because it moved so slowly. Type: Electric/Ice Category: Fossil Ability: Volt Absorb, which restores HP … Continue reading Arctozolt, #881 – Fossil Pokémon