Pokemon Crown Tundra: How To Catch and Find Dialga and Palkia!
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Pokemon Crown Tundra: How To Catch and Find Dialga and Palkia!

Nick Farrell
26 October 2020

Time and Space

The Crown Tundra is the final DLC pack apart of the Sword and Shield series.

As of now, we do not know any other plans that Nintendo has in mind for the Pokemon franchise. 

The ample amount of returning legendary Pokemon is perhaps what most players are excited for.

Some of the most common ones include the Kanto bird Pokemon along with the Regi's.

Now, players are looking to get ahold of generation four legendary Pokemon.

Here's how to find and catch Dialga and Palkia!!

 

Max Lair

It appears that the majority of the legendary Pokemon from previous titles are going to be found within the Max Lair.

This is where you will partake in the Dynamax Adventures with your friends or by yourself.

These adventures are also a great way to get ahold of the Dynite Ore.

The ore can be used for various tasks within the Crown Tundra, including obtaining Beast Balls!

Now that you have decided to embark on your Dynamax Adventure, you may be wondering if you are able to find Dialga and Palkia within these raids.

As of now, this appears to be the only way to find and catch these Pokemon.

You may be able to obtain a legendary clue from Peony, but we do not know how much help they will be to you.

Similar to how you are going to find the other generation four legendary, Giratina!

It is also vital to note that these Pokemon are going to be version exclusive.

You will encounter Dialga if you are playing Pokemon Sword.

While you will encounter Palkia if you are playing Pokemon Shield!

Pokemon Archives posted a video showcasing them catching these legendary Pokemon, check it out below!

 

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