One of the most anticipated titles of 2022 has arrived. Pokémon Legends Arceus is already available in Switch and has received very good reviews from the players and the specialized media.
It is a mixture of the Pokémon world with the open world gameplay of The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild. You will be able to explore the Hisui region, former Sinnoh region, with complete freedom.
Of course, you’ll need to take some steps before you head out there to expose yourself to the most powerful creatures in the Pokémon world. On the one hand, we have the survival elements, where we must collect various elements around the map to be able to manufacture objects.
On the other hand, Game Freak introduces us to the great Pokémon adventure, where you will have to fight with your initial creatures and thus fill your Pokédex. You will not be able to capture the strongest creatures with just a Pokéball, but you will have to weaken them yes or yes.
Initials of Legends Pokemon Arceus
Initials of Legends Pokémon Arceus. (Photo: capture)
Cyndaquil – Fire type. Evolution to Quilava and Thyplosion.
Like the previous installments of Pokémon, Cyndaquil has a rather shy personality, but it is only as a contrast to the enormous power that it carries within it.
It is weak against Water, Rock, and Ground types, but resistant against Steel, Bug, Fire, Fairy, Ice, and Grass types.
Oshawott – Water-type. Evolution to Dewott and Samurott.
The Water-type pokémon can be captured as a starter but you will also find it in the wild in the Tundra Alba. It is weak against Electric and Grass. It has resistance to Steel, Water, Fire and Ice.
Rowlet – Plant Type. Evolution to Dartrix and Decidueye.
It can also be obtained as a starter and in its wild mode it will appear on the Crown Hill. It is the only one of the three starters that has a super weakness against Ice types; in turn, it is weak to Fire, Rock, Poison and flying.
It is resistant against Water, Fighting, Grass and has immunity against Ground-type abilities.
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