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Just like G-Max Moves, Max Moves are a new addition to Sword and Shield that are specific to Pokémon in Dynamax. Once you’ve got a Pokémon completely Dynamaxed, it will acquire these Max Moves depending on what your Pokémon knows when it comes to moves. Pokémon Sword and Shield Max Moves In this Pokémon Sword and Shield Max Moves Guide, we’ve shared all that you need to know about these Max Moves, which Pokémon can use these moves, and their effects. Max Moves Type Effects Max Airstream Flying This move increases the speed of the caster. Max Darkness Dark You can decrease your opponent’s Special DEF stat. with this move. Max Flare Fire You can activate harsh sunlight using Max Flare move. Max Geyser Water Opposite of Max Flare, this move activates rain on the field. Max Guard Normal When used, the move protects the caster from all incoming effects.…

In Pokémon Sword and Shield, G-Max Moves are specific to Gigantamax variants of different Pokémon. It’s important to note that when I say specific to Gigantamax, I mean that none of the Dynamax Pokémon are able to use these moves. Our G-Max Moves List Guide will help you learn all about these moves, their effects, and the Pokémon that can use them. Pokémon Sword and Shield G-Max Moves Below, you’ll find a complete list of all the G-Max Moves that you can find in the latest Pokémon title: G-Max Befuddle Pokémon: Butterfree | Type: Bug When used, G-Max Befuddle poisons, paralyzes, and causes the opponent to fall asleep. G-Max Cuddle Pokémon: Eevee | Type: Normal This G-Max move allows you to infuriate the opponent Pokémon. G-Max Finale Pokémon: Alcremie | Type: Fairy With this move, you not only deal damage but also heal all your ally Pokémon. G-Max Gold Rush…

Pokemon Sword and Shield bring back a mechanic from previous games that require players to keep track of Pokemon happiness and make efforts to boost it as well. Pokemon Sword and Shield happiness is is a hidden stat.  The hidden stat affects some of the moves performed by your Pokemon in Pokemon Sword and Shield. The happiness stats have taken different forms over the years. In the previous generations, it was known as “Friendship.” The following information will help you understand the happiness mechanic in Pokemon Sword and Shield and explain how to keep Pokemon happy in Sword and Shield. How to Increase Pokemon Happiness There are some sure-fire ways to raise Pokemon Sword and Shield happiness level. It is to be noted that all captured Pokemon will have a base happiness stat. Various Pokemon species have different base happiness stats and happiness builds over time. However, as I said,…

We know that breeding is not necessary for Ranked Battles in Pokemon Sword and Shield but it is still a major part of the game and is worth learning about. In this Pokemon Sword and Shield perfect breeding guide, we are going to go over how you can raise the strongest Pokemon. Before we get into the guide there are a few things that you should know about in general. If you are new to the game then you should know what breeding is and the different stats that are associated with breeding. What Is Breeding? This is a method of getting new Pokemon. You can hatch Pokemon eggs in order to get new Pokemon. You can hatch multiple eggs in order to select the strongest Pokemon. Base Stats Different Pokemon species have different base stats. This determines which stat will be higher compared to other species. Individual Strengths This…

Pokemon Sword and Shield are out now and while the basic game is similar to the previous ones, these new versions do have a twist to offer. In this Pokemon Sword and Shield beginners guide, we are going to go over some tips and tricks that will make the game much easier for you. Pokemon Sword And Shield Tips And Tricks The following are some useful tips and tricks that will help you get started in Pokemon Sword and Shield: Getting Mew At The Start Of The Game You can get Mew at the start of Pokemon Sword and Shield. If you have the Pokeball Plus accessory then you can connect the device to your Switch and get Mew from the Mystery Gift option in the game. Note that if you have done so in Pokemon Lets Go then you will not be able to do the same in Pokemon…

The Squid Boss in Death Stranding is the boss that Higgs creates at the end of the second episode. The boss fight is relatively easy and can be done quickly if you can keep your ground and attack wisely. The large BT created by Higgs looks like a squid and mainly attacks from the sea so you need to keep moving or you’ll be dead faster then you can realize. This guide will include all the details on the squid boss in Death Stranding and tips on eliminating it with ease. How To Beat The Squid Boss In Death Stranding At the end of the episode where you arrive at the shipyard and board the ship Higgs will show up. Higgs will show up and create a giant BT. Higgs will disappear and your objective will be to eliminate it. The Squid boss uses its tentacles to attack you and…

At the start of Death Stranding, you might not understand what Timefall is. Basically timefall in Death Stranding is a term given to the rain that occurs from time to time. Timefall is no ordinary rain and has the effect of deteriorating any object that comes in contact with it even humans. There are a couple of procedures one can use to avoid getting exposed to the rain. This guide will include all the details on timefall, it’s effects and ways to avoid it. Death Stranding – Timefall Timefall can happen at any time and whenever the rain starts it destroys most things. If the rain touches you you will start to age at a faster rate. The same is the case with objects like vehicles, equipment or even the cargo you are carrying. The raincoat that Sam wears apparently is a counter to the rain and nullifies the Timefall.…

Similar to earlier titles, there are some notable differences when it comes to Sword and Shield. When we talk about differences, these include version-exclusive Pokémon, Legendaries, Gym Leaders, and more. Let’s talk about all the differences in the two versions of the game. Pokémon Sword and Shield Differences The first one is obvious. Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield feature exclusive Pokémon that you can only catch in only one version of the title. In order to acquire the version-exclusive Pokémon in the other version, you’ll need to acquire them via trade. The table below shows the Pokémon exclusive to both the versions: Pokémon Sword Pokémon Shield Deino Larvitar Zweilous Pupitar Hydreigon Tyranitar Jangmo-o Goomy Hakamo-o Sligoo Kommo-o Goodra Gothita Solosis Gothorita Duosion Gothitelle Reuniclus Rufflet Vullaby Braviary Mandibuzz Sirfetch’d Galarian Ponyta Mawile Sableye Turtonator Drampa Legendary Pokémon Differences The next difference in Sword and Shield is related to Legendaries or…

With Pokémon Sword and Shield, comes a plethora of new abilities for your Pokémon. In our Pokémon Sword and Shield Abilities Guide, we’ve detailed all you need to know about all the new abilities featured in the newest Pokémon title. Pokémon Sword and Shield New Abilities It’s important to note that some of the abilities are subject to alter as the title releases. I should also mention that a Pokémon can’t have more than 3 different abilities. The following are all the abilities featured in Pokémon Sword and Shield: Gulp Missile – Cramorant When you use Surf or Dive, Pokémon will come with prey, which will attack when the Pokémon is attacked. Neutralizing Gas – Galarian Weezing Pokémon with this ability nullifies the abilities of all Pokémon on the field. Steam Engine – Rolycoly This Pokémon increases SPD by 3x fold when attacked by a fire-type or a water-type attack.…

In our Pokémon Sword and Shield Starter Pokémon Guide will help you learn all about different Starter Pokémon, their abilities, traits, and more. Hopefully, the Pokémon Sword and Shield Guide will help you choose the best Pokémon to start with. Pokémon Sword and Shield Starter Pokémon At the start of Pokémon Sword and Shield, you’ll only have 3 Pokémon to choose from. These 3 Starter Pokémon are Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble. In our Starter Pokémon Guide, we’ll discuss these Pokémon in detail so that you’re able to make an informed decision. Before we start, it’s important to note that Hop and Galar (the League Champion) will always have Starter Pokémon that your Start Pokémon are weak to. While not a major deal, it’s definitely something that you should keep in mind. Grookey Grass-type Pokémon, Grookey features a decent HP pool, physical attacks, and defense. Its Overgrow ability allows Grookey to…