Pokemon Isle Of Armor Pokedex: Here Is What You Get For Catching Every Pokemon In The DLC
The Isle of Armor comes with its own Pokedex to complete, and you'll get a few neat rewards if you can catalog every monster.
The Isle of Armor--the setting of Pokemon Sword and Shield's first expansion--is home to more than 100 returning Pokemon not found in mainland Galar. When you first arrive, you'll be given a separate, island-specific Pokedex with which to catalog all of the newly added monsters, and some nice rewards await if you can catch 'em all. Here's what you get for completing the Pokedex. Isle of Armor spoilers follow.
Isle Of Armor Pokedex Rewards
After you catalog all 210 Pokemon in the Isle of Armor Pokedex, you'll need to return to the Armor Station in the Fields of Honor and speak with the scientist who first gave it to you. Show her the completed Pokedex and you'll receive a certificate commemorating your achievement, along with a couple of neat rewards.
First is the Mark Charm, a brand-new item that increases the likelihood that you'll encounter marked Pokemon. These marks are displayed alongside Ribbons on the Pokemon's summary screen and give that monster a special title when you send it out into battle. On top of that, you'll receive the Replica Gold Crown, which your trainer will be able to wear in place of a hat. You can take a look at the rewards below.
There's more to do around the Isle of Armor besides completing your Pokedex. You can also upgrade the Master Dojo with new amenities and teach Pokemon how to Gigantamax. On top of that, there's a big sidequest that involves tracking down 150 lost Alolan Diglett, and you'll receive free Alolan Pokemon for finding them.
In addition to all the returning Pokemon, the Isle of Armor expansion introduces a few new monsters as well, including Galarian Slowbro and the Legendary Kubfu, which can evolve into either Single Strike or Rapid Strike Urshifu. Here's everything you need to know about how to evolve Kubfu and which form is better.
Pokemon Sword And Shield News & Guides
GameSpot may get a commission from retail offers.
The products discussed here were independently chosen by our editors. GameSpot may get a share of the revenue if you buy anything featured on our site.