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New Pokemon and Regional Variants

New Pokemon and regional variants have been announced for Pokemon Legends: Arceus! Read on to learn about all these new Pokemon for the upcoming game.

New Pokemon

New evolutions of Pokemon from previous generations have been announced!

Kleavor

Kleavor
Category Axe Pokemon
Type Bug/Rock
Height 5'11''
Weight 196.2 lbs

Kleavor is the evolved form of Scyther in the Hisui region. It is also considered a Noble Pokemon.

Similarly to Scythers Bug-typing, Kleavor is also a Rock-type. A key difference is, Kleavor uses its Axe-like arms to deal devastating blows.

It is also said that the Hisuans used pieces of stone that had fallen from Kleavor to craft tools.

Kleavor

Wyrdeer

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Category Big Horn Pokemon
Type Normal/Psychic
Height 5'11''
Weight 209.7 lbs

Wyrdeer, a new Pokemon that will appear in Pokemon Legends: Arceus, is the evolution of Stantler.

Along with its pre-evolution's Normal-typing, Wyrdeer is also a Psychic-type. It is held with high regard and is taken care of by people of the Hisui region.

Players can ride Wyrdeer in the overworld to travel along the region faster.

Wyrdeer

Basculegion

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Category Big Fish Pokemon
Type Water/Ghost
Height 9'10''
Weight 242.5 lbs

Basculegion is the evolved form of Basculin in the Hisui region.

Possessed by the souls of other deceased Basculin, Basculegion is a Ghost-type along with its pre-evolution's Water-typing.

Players can ride Basculegion to traverse Hisui region's vast bodies of water.

Basculegion

New Regional Variants

New regional variants of Pokemon in the Hisui region have been announced!

Hisuian Zorua

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Hisuian Zorua is the regional variant of Zorua in Pokemon Legends: Arceus. Hisuian Zorua is a Normal/Ghost-type Pokemon.

Not much is currently known about Hisuian Zorua besides the fact that it lives in the snowy mountains of Hisui.

Hisuian Zorua

Hisuian Zoroark

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Hisuian Zoroark is the regional variant of Zoroark in Pokemon Legends: Arceus. Like Hisuian Zorua, Hisuian Zoroark is also a Normal/Ghost-type Pokemon.

Similarly, there isn't much information on Hisuian Zoroark besides the fact that it seems to be protective of its pre-evolution. Presumably, Hisuian Zorua evolves into Hisuian Zoroark like their modern day counterpart.

Hisuian Zoroark

Hisuian Braviary

Hisiuan Braviary.png
Category Battle Cry Pokemon
Type Psychic/Flying
Height 5'7''
Weight 95.7 lbs

Hisuian Braviary is the regional variant of Braviary in Pokemon Legends: Arceus.

Rufflet of the Hisui region evolves into Hisuian Braviary, adding a Psychic-typing to this Flying-type Pokemon.

Players are able to soar along Hisui region's skies with Hisuian Braviary.

Hisuian Braviary

Hisuian Growlithe

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Category Scout Pokemon
Type Fire/Rock
Height 2'7''
Weight 50 lbs

Hisuian Growlithe is Growlithe's regional variant in Pokemon Legends: Arceus.

This classic Pokemon have been given a Rock-typing along with being a Fire-type.

It seems like Hisuian Growlithe are not fond of being around people and will take time before anyone can build trust with this Scout Pokemon.

Hisuian Growlithe

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