Pokémon Sword and Shield, the exclusive pokémon and the differences between the two versions

What changes between Sword and Shield Pokémon? The new adventure of the Game Freak saga arrives on Nintendo Switch as usual with a double version that offers players the possibility to choose between two similar experiences in the base, but filled with some differences especially as regards the Pokémon that can be captured in the two versions . The choice seems difficult given that both versions have a very interesting list of exclusive Pokémon in perspective for the composition of a heterogeneous and / or competitive team.



Pokémon exclusive to Pokémon Sword

# 083 Farfhetch'd [Fight] - Galar version (required to have Sirfetch'd)

# 273 Seedot [Grass]

# 274 Nuzleaf [Grass - Dark]

# 275 Shiftry [Grass - Dark]

# 303 Mawile [Steel - Elf]

# 338 Solrock [Rock - Psychic]

# 550 Basculin (with blue stripes) [Water]

# 554 Darumaka [Ghiccio]

# 555 Darmanitan [Ice]

# 560 Scraggy [Dark - Fight]

# 561 Scrafty [Dark - Fight]

# 574 Gothita [Psycho]

# 575 Gothotita [Psycho]

# 576 Gothitelle [Psycho]

# 627 Rufflet [Normal - Flying]

# 628 Braviary [Normal - Flying]

# 633 Deino [Dark - Dragon]

# 634 Zweilous [Dark - Dragon]

# 635 Hydreigon [Dark - Dragon]

# 684 Swirlix [Elf]

# 685 Slurpuff [Elf]

#766 Passimian [Lotta]

# 776 Turtonator [Fire - Dragon]

# 782 Jangmo-o [Drago]

# 783 Hakamo-o [Drago - Lotta]

# 784 Kommo-o [Drago - Lotta]

# 865 Sirfetch'd [Fight]


# 874 Stonjourner [Rock]

# 876 Indeedee (Male) [Psychic - Normal]

# 888 Zacian [Elf]

Pokémon exclusive to Pokémon Shield

# 077 Ponyta (Form of Galar) [Psycho]


# 078 Rapidash (Form of Galar) [Psycho - Elf]

# 222 Corsola (Form of Galar) [Ghost]

# 246 Larvitar [Rock - Earth]

# 247 Pupitar [Rock - Earth]

# 248 Tyranitar [Rock - Dark]

# 270 Lotad [Water - Grass]

# 271 Lombre [Water - Grass]

# 272 Ludicolo [Water - Grass]

# 302 Sableye [Dark - Ghost]

# 337 Lunatone [Rock - Psycho]

# 453 Croagunk [Poison - Fight]

# 454 Toxicroak [Poison - Fight]

# 550 Basculin (with blue stripes) [Water]

#577 Solosis [Psycho]

#578 Duosion [Psycho]

#579 Reuniclus [Psycho]

# 629 Vullaby [Dark - Flying]

# 630 Mandibuzz [Dark - Flying]

# 682 Spritzee [Elf]

# 683 Aromatisse [Elf]

#704 Goomy [Drago]

# 705 Sliggoo [Drago]

# 706 Goodra [Drago]

# 765 Oranguru [Normal - Psycho]

# 780 Drampa [Normal - Drago]

# 864 Cursola [Ghost]

# 875 Eiscue [Ice]

# 876 Indeedee (Female) [Psychic - Normal]

#889 Zamazenta [Lot]

Plus the Pokémon applin, present in both versions has two different evolutions depending on whether you have Pokémon Sword or Shield. This pokémon evolves into flapple using the tool Aspropomo, present only in Pokémon Sword, or in Appleton if using the tool Dolcepomo, obtainable only in Shield.


The exclusive gyms of Pokémon Sword and Shield

There are also variations on the adventure path with two gyms in two different cities that change the trainer and type of Pokémon to challenge depending on whether you have the Sword or Shield version. In Pokémon Sword in the city of Lantermore there is the gymnasium of type Fight with the gym leader Bea while in the city of Chirchester the gymnasium is of Rock type with Milo last bastion. In Pokémon Shield at Lantermore, the gym leader is the creepy Onion with its Ghost-type Pokémon while in Chirchester there are Pokémon of like Ice under the orders of the gym leader Melania.



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