Here you can learn how to get and hunt for Shiny Legendary Pokemon during the Dynamax Adventures in The Crown Tundra DLC for Pokemon Sword and Shield.
|Dynamax Adventure Guides|
|How to Clear||Shiny Hunting|
|List of Dynamax Adventure Pokemon|
|Legendary Pokemon Guides|
|How to Get All Legendaries||Crown Tundra Legendaries||Shiny Hunting Guide|
List of Contents
|When can you try again|
If you avoid brining the Legendary Pokemon you caught back with you, you can keep catching it over and over until you find a Shiny version.
While you fight the Pokemon they will always have their normal color, so you won't know if they are shiny until the Pokemon selection screen. Check all the Pokemon you caught before you decide what Pokemon to bring back with you!
If you have a certain Pokeball you want for your Legendary Pokemon, make sure you prepare it before you go on the Adventure and don't use it before you reach the end!
If you reset your game, you'll have to pay Dynite Ores to go on more Adventures, so prepare several Pokeballs to be safe.
Even if you find Adventures online that lead to a Legendary you own, you won't be able to catch more than one of each Legendary Pokemon.
If you complete your Galarian Pokedex you can get the Shiny Charm, which increases the chance of finding Shiny Pokemon. We're not entirely sure how much it affects the Dynamax Adventures yet, but it would be a good idea to increase your chances as much as possible.
|How to Shiny Hunt for Legendary Pokemon|
This method is based on our info as of October 23 and might update in the near future.
Most Legendary Pokemon appear in the Max Lair of the Crown Tundra, so first head over there and talk to the scientist to start a Dynamax Adventure.
Keep clearing Dynamax Adventures until you find the Legendary Pokemon you're after. Even if you capture other Legendary Pokemon meanwhile, you can choose not to keep them and find them again later, so don't worry about catching Legendary Pokemon while you look for the one you want.
When you find the Legendary Pokemon you're looking for, make sure to capture it with the Pokeball you want it to be in.
After you've caught the Legendary Pokemon, you can see if it's shiny on the screen where you choose which Pokemon to bring back with you. If it isn't shiny, bring back a different Pokemon or choose to leave without any Pokemon at all.
You will be able to go directly for the Pokemon you were looking for after battling it once, so don't worry about having to find it again.
If you're using a Rare Pokeball to capture the Legendary Pokemon, you can reset your game as soon as you confirm that the Pokemon isn't shiny. If you go back to the lair, the game will automatically save and you will lose the Pokeball for good.
However, you have to pay a Dynite Ores penalty fee if you reset your game, so keep that in mind!
|The Crown Tundra Pokedex||Crown Tundra Walkthrough|
|Crown Tundra Maps||Post-Game Content|
|Dynamax Adventures||Galarian Star Tournament|
|Glastrier or Spectrier?||Regieleki or Regidrago?|
|All Footprint Locations||Dex Completion and Rewards|
|Shiny Legendary Hunting||How to Get Ultra Beasts|
|Get the Ability Patch||Dynite Ore Farming Guide|
|All New Pokemon||All Legendaries|
|Dynamax Adventure Pokemon List||Version Exclusives|
|How to Get Crown Tundra Pokemon|
|Galarian Articuno||Galarian Zapdos||Galarian Moltres|
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