The Crown Tundra extension for Pokemon sword and Pokemon Shield will be released next week, which means players will soon be able to collect a large set of returning legendary Pokemon from a new feature called Dynamax Adventures. A new episode of Pokénchi details this feature in terms of meeting and capturing some of Crown Tundra’s legendary Pokemon. [Thanks, Serebii!]
Players expecting long bouts of Pokéballs may be surprised to learn that most of the Legendary Pokémon in the expansion will be more straightforward. The legends found in Dynamax Adventures are said to have a 100% catch rate. While this means that players will not engage in ineffective but valuable rituals (such as rhythmically touching the b button after throwing a Pokéball, for example), it may also mean that players can choose which Pokéballs to use based on aesthetic your preferences, not your various catch rate bonuses. In theory, players will be able to accommodate a foreboding beast within the Love Ball without having any relative inconvenience to themselves.
It was also announced that players will be able to capture only one of each available legendary Dynamax Adventures per recording file. Because Pokemon sword and Pokemon Shield each will have its own exclusive legendary pokemon, trading with other players (or playing two different versions of the game) will be crucial for players who want to legally complete their Pokédex. The inability to catch the same legendary over and over again makes it difficult to collect all the legendary Pokemon, as people tend to trade rare Pokemon for rare Pokemon, but measures like this keep the whole idea of Pokemon, which is, well, legendary.
With the launch of this expansion, players will be able to catch all the legends that could be met and caught in the previous main line. Pokemon games. With more Pokémon returning from old games and new region-specific options, it̵