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Regieleki - Evolutions, Location, and Learnset

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This is a page on the Pokemon Regieleki, including its learnable moves and where it can be found in Pokemon Sword and Shield. Read on for information on its evolutions, abilities, type advantages, and more.

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How to Get Regieleki

Encounter at Three-Point Pass

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Regidrago can be found in the Split-Decision Ruins, in the Three-Point Pass area of the map. In order to catch it, you'll need to have already caught Regirock, Regice and Registeel.

Just remember that you must decide between Regieleki and Regidrago, and cannot catch them both, so make your decision wisely.

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Where to Find Split-Decision Ruins

How to Get to Split-Decision Ruins
Go through Giant's Bed to Giant's Foot
Go through the tunnel in the river to reach Roaring-Sea Caves, then pass through to emerge at Frigid Sea.
Go ahead into the water and to the right, do a U-turn around the ice in the water and back onto the coast to find the Three-Point Pass.
The Split-Decision Ruins will be at the end of the path.

How to Solve the Floor Puzzle

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Regieleki Pattern Regidrago Pattern

You'll need to light up the circles on the floor to match the pattern of the Regi Pokemon you want. The patterns can be seen in various places, such as on the front wall of the Split-Decision Ruins, and on the Legendary Clue 2 given to you by Peony.

Once you've lit up the circles in the pattern of your choice, the statue will light up. If you change your mind, you can still alter the pattern now, but once you interact with the statue, you won't be able to go back on your choice!

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Regieleki - Type and Abilities

Regieleki - Type

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Type 1 Type 2
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Regieleki Weaknesses and Resistances

Takes 4x damage
Takes 2x damage
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Takes 0.5x damage
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Takes 1/4x damage
Takes 0x damage

Regieleki Pokédex Entries

This Pokémon is a cluster of electrical energy. It’s said that removing the rings on Regieleki’s body will unleash the Pokémon’s latent power.
Its entire body is made up of a single organ that generates electrical energy. Regieleki is capable of creating all Galar’s electricity.

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Regieleki Abilities

Name Description
Transistor Powers up Electric-type moves.

Regieleki Egg Group

Egg Groups
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Evolution Chart of Regieleki

Regieleki is not known to evolve into any other Pokemon.

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Base Stats of Regieleki

Sp. Atk
Sp. Def
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Learnset of Regieleki

Learnset by Leveling Up

Lv. Move Type Power Acc. PP
Base Thunder Shock Pokemon Electric Image 40 100 30
Base Rapid Spin Pokemon Normal Image 20 100 40
6 Electroweb Pokemon Electric Image 55 95 15
12 Ancient Power Pokemon Rock Image 60 100 5
18 Shock Wave Pokemon Electric Image 60 - 20
24 Thunder Wave Pokemon Electric Image - 90 20
30 Extreme Speed Pokemon Normal Image 80 100 5
36 Thunder Cage Pokemon Electric Image 80 90 15
42 Thunderbolt Pokemon Electric Image 90 100 15
48 Magnet Rise Pokemon Electric Image - - 10
54 Thrash Pokemon Normal Image 120 100 10
60 Lock-On Pokemon Normal Image - - 5
66 Zap Cannon Pokemon Electric Image 120 50 5
72 Hyper Beam Pokemon Normal Image 150 90 5
78 Explosion Pokemon Normal Image 250 100 5

Learnset by TM

No. Move Type Power Acc. PP
TM08 Hyper Beam Pokemon Normal Image 150 90 5
TM09 Giga Impact Pokemon Normal Image 150 90 5
TM14 Thunder Wave Pokemon Electric Image - 90 20
TM16 Screech Pokemon Normal Image - 85 40
TM17 Light Screen Pokemon Psychic Image - - 30
TM18 Reflect Pokemon Psychic Image - - 20
TM20 Self-Destruct Pokemon Normal Image 200 100 5
TM21 Rest Pokemon Psychic Image - - 10
TM24 Snore Pokemon Normal Image 50 100 15
TM25 Protect Pokemon Normal Image - - 10
TM33 Rain Dance Pokemon Water Image - - 5
TM39 Facade Pokemon Normal Image 70 100 20
TM40 Swift Pokemon Normal Image 60 - 20
TM52 Bounce Pokemon Flying Image 85 85 5
TM58 Assurance Pokemon Dark Image 60 100 10
TM76 Round Pokemon Normal Image 60 100 15
TM78 Acrobatics Pokemon Flying Image 55 100 15
TM80 Volt Switch Pokemon Electric Image 70 100 20
TM82 Electroweb Pokemon Electric Image 55 95 15
TM90 Electric Terrain Pokemon Electric Image - 10
TM93 Eerie Impulse Pokemon Electric Image - 100 15

Learnset by TR

No. Move Type Power Acc. PP
TR01 Body Slam Pokemon Normal Image 85 100 15
TR08 Thunderbolt Pokemon Electric Image 90 100 15
TR09 Thunder Pokemon Electric Image 110 70 10
TR12 Agility Pokemon Psychic Image - - 30
TR20 Substitute Pokemon Normal Image - - 10
TR26 Endure Pokemon Normal Image - - 10
TR27 Sleep Talk Pokemon Normal Image - - 10
TR80 Electro Ball Pokemon Electric Image - 100 10
TR86 Wild Charge Pokemon Electric Image 90 100 15

Learnset through a Move Tutor

Move Type Power Acc. PP
Rising Voltage Pokemon Electric Image 70 100 20

Learnset via Egg Moves

This Pokemon currently has no moves learned in this way.

Basic Information

Ability powers up Electric moves

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Regieleki's Ability, Transistor, has the effect of powering up Electric-type moves it uses. With an additional bonus on top of STAB, Regieleki can pack a thundercharged punch.

Thunder Cage

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Regieleki's signature move Thunder Cage has the power to not just deal massive damage, but also trap opponents in a cage, dealing continual damage to them over the span of four or five turns. In this way, it acts as an upgraded version of Wrap.

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Obtainable in The Crown Tundra

Like the original three Regis, Regirock, Regice, and Registeel, as well as the other new Regi Pokemon, Regidrago, Regieleki is obtainable in The Crown Tundra DLC.

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