Not sure what it says about Pokemon Sword but I have completed the Champion Cup after only having the game for a little under two weeks. Or if that more says how addicted I got to this game, I’m not done playing with it even though the story is over. Since, I did one for the Gym Battles, I figured I might as well do the Champion Cup overview as well.
Before you can do the Championship Match in Pokemon Sword & Shield, Chairman Rose has decided to enact The Darkest Day which almost had destroyed the region previously. The game leads up to the two legendary Pokemon (Zacian and Zamazenta) located in Slumbering Weald, though you cannot catch them until after you became the Champion of Galar. But you will head there with Hop to collect the rusty sword and shield that you’ll take with you to Hammerlocke where Chairman Rose has gone.
I might have gotten a little obsessed over Pokemon Sword so please bear with me as I post a bunch of things on it. I’m just inspired by it at the moment. As I mentioned, Eevee isn’t easy to come by in the game. My favorite Pokemon is very hard to find so I used the only one I spotted in the wild and the one I received for free since luckily they were different genders to breed to build my Eeveelution Army. I do this in every Pokemon game. I love them… it has to be done. And I give them all the nicknames from the show/anime. Sue me! So, I thought I would write today about how to obtain and evolve one of every Pokemon in this clan.
This last week has been packed with various things, as I finally stopped playing old games that I’ve previously beat and watched two movies. I know a shock to me too. I was getting in a runt there for a little bit and not exploring anything new.
I recently got Pokemon Sword, so I thought I would do a little guide on the eight gyms that you have to go through during the course of the game. The gyms are different then previous games as instead of facing off against trainers in order to get to the leader, you have to complete various missions occasionally fighting a trainer before facing the leader. This game also features a function called Dynamaxing which all but one gym uses. This is a process that makes your Pokemon giant, your attacks stronger and a little health boost. However, it only lasts a few rounds and can only be used once. Every leader that uses this ability saves it for the final Pokemon in the battle.
In Pokémon: Let’s Go Eevee unlike other games where you pick your starter Pokémon, your starter is picked out for you. Either it’s an Eevee or Pikachu depending on the version of the game you purchased. I, of course, went with Eevee as it’s my favorite Pokémon. But you can get the original starters in the game for free, granted you do need to complete a few goals before they are handed over to you. So I thought since I’ve been playing the game a bunch, I would share where you can locate them.