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ポケットモンスター ソード

Pokémon Shield

Pokémon Shield Box Artwork

ポケットモンスター シールド

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Pokémon Sword 

(ポケットモンスター ソード)

Pokémon Shield

(ポケットモンスター シールド) 

During E3 2017, Tsunekazu Ishihara announced that the next core series titles would be available on the Nintendo Switch, but they were not prepared to release any more information at the time. On May 30, 2018, The Pokémon Company gave a press conference and announced that the new core games would have more traditional gameplay, as opposed to that found in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!.


  • Japanese release date (Friday) November 15th, 2019.
  • North American release date (Friday) November 15th, 2019.
  • Australia release date (Friday) November 15th, 2019.
  • South Korean release date (Friday) November 15th, 2019.
  • Chinese release date (Friday) November 15th, 2019.
  • European release date (Friday) November 15th, 2019.



Sword and Shield take place in the Galar region, a large, narrow expanse of land and one of many regions in the Pokémon world. Shigeru Ohmori described it as more modern setting. The region itself and its many landmarks are inspired by Great Britain, such as the Houses of Parliament and the Cerne Abbas Giant. The region begins with sprawling countryside towns featuring cottages and Victorian architecture. An Industrial Revolution-like city with steampunk-style elements populates the center of the region. Many of the region's towns and cities feature Pokémon Gyms stylized like football stadiums. Snow-covered mountains encompass much of the northern areas of the region. Encompassing a large portion of the region is the Wild Area, an open world area with numerous Pokémon. Weather across the Wild Area changes regularly. Much like Pokémon Sun and Moon, Pokémon previously introduced in older games, such as Weezing, gain variant Galarian Forms with new typings and appearances. Additionally some, such as Linoone, even gain regional evolutions.


Development of Sword and Shield began immediately following the development of Pokémon Sun and Moon in 2016. This started with an initial concept phase that lasted for approximately a year before the games moved into full production.


The idea of strength and striving to be the greatest and strongest was one of the core themes that Game Freak used in designing the game. This is expressed through the Switch's status as the most powerful console to run a Pokémon game, features such as Dynamaxing, and references to British Folklore.


  • Unlike other core Pokémon titles, not all existing Pokémon species will appear and be usable in Sword and Shield. Producer Junichi Masuda addressed this as a potential issue in a 2018 interview with GameSpot, at which point he said that "it does get complicated when you talk about the details and we're still figuring it out, but we do have plans to find ways to let players use their Pokémon in the next game."


  • North American boxart, featuring the legendary Pokémon Zacian and Zamazenta.

JP Preorder Goodsmile Figurine Bonus

JP Preorder Goodsmile Figurine Bonus

Western Preorder Figurine Bonus

Western Preorder Figurine Bonus

Gigantamax Venusaur
Gigantamax Venusaur

Gigantamax Venusaur

Type: Grass/Poison
Height: 78ʹ9″+
Ability: Overgrow
 
The power of Gigantamaxing has made Venusaur’s flower bloom so large that it covers the Pokémon’s body. During battle, the Pokémon uses these petals as a shield and swings its two thick vines around to thrash its target. Grass-type attacks used by Gigantamax Venusaur will change to G-Max Vine Lash. G-Max Vine Lash doesn’t just deal damage to an opponent when it hits—it will continue to deal damage for four turns to any Pokémon that isn’t Grass type.

Regidrago

Regidrago

Category: Dragon Orb Pokémon
Type: Dragon
Height: 6ʹ11″
Weight: 440.9 lbs.
Ability: Dragon’s Maw
 
Regidrago’s body is composed of crystallized dragon energy. With Regidrago’s signature move, Dragon Energy, the Pokémon assumes a shape similar to a dragon’s head, then fires intense dragon energy from its mouth. The more HP the user has remaining, the higher the move’s power.

JP Sword and Shield Galar Preorder Art Book

JP Sword and Shield Galar Preorder Art Book

Golden Steelbook

Golden Steelbook
Gigantamax Blastoise
Gigantamax Blastoise

Gigantamax Blastoise

Type: Water
Height: 82ʹ+
Ability: Torrent
 
Blastoise’s shell has grown to match its body, and it boasts new extra-large water cannons as well. Gigantamax Blastoise can adapt to different situations by using different combinations of its 31 variously sized cannons. Gigantamax Blastoise can also move the 12 large cannons surrounding its central cannon independently, letting it orient its attacks in any direction, whether toward the ground or the sky. Water-type attacks used by Gigantamax Blastoise will change to G-Max Cannonade. G-Max Cannonade doesn’t just deal damage to an opponent when it hits—it will continue to deal damage for four turns to any Pokémon that isn’t Water type.

Regieleki

Regieleki

Category: Electron Pokémon
Type: Electric
Height: 3ʹ11″
Weight: 319.7 lbs.
Ability: Transistor
 
Regieleki absorbs electrons to live. Regieleki’s signature Electric-type special move, Thunder Cage, fires furious bolts of electricity from its lower half, trapping opponents directly below it in a cage of lightning. Thunder Cage doesn’t only deal damage to opponents when it lands—the electrified cage will also cause damage every turn for four to five turns and prevent opponents from fleeing or being swapped out.

Galarian Articuno Artwork
Galarian Articuno Artwork

Galarian Articuno Artwork

Galarian Moltres Artwork
Galarian Moltres Artwork

Galarian Moltres Artwork

Galarian Zapdos Artwork
Galarian Zapdos Artwork

Galarian Zapdos Artwork

Galar Map Artwork

Galar Map Artwork

Isle of Armor Artwork

Isle of Armor Artwork

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Pokémon Sword and Shield Database

  1. There are other great discoveries on the development side! Pokémon Cente will offer nickname change (first and last name judgment)”, “Move Reminder”, “Move Deleter” also confirmed by Famitsu.
  2. They also state that this does not require Heart Scales.

  3. In a first for the series, Pokémon Sword and Shield will feature some version-exclusive Gym Leaders.

    In Pokémon Sword, players will challenge Bea, a Fighting-type expert. However, the same Gym in Shield will be led by Allister, a Ghost-type trainer.


Sword-exclusive Pokemon

  • Deino
  • Zweilous
  • Hydreigon
  • Jangmo-o
  • Hakamo-o
  • Kommo-o
  • Farfetch'd
  • Sirfetch'd


Shield-exclusive Pokemon

  • Larvitar
  • Pupitar
  • Tyranitar
  • Goomy
  • Sliggoo
  • Goodra
  • Galarian Ponyta


Like previous Pokemon games, Sword and Shield are each represented by a different Legendary Pokemon. The cover of Sword is adorned by Zacian, which wields a sword in its maw and moves about gracefully, while Shield's cover is graced by Zamazenta, which boasts an armor-like mane. Not many details about the two Legendaries have been revealed as of yet, and they may not necessarily be exclusive to their own versions. However, it's safe to assume each Legendary will at least play a bigger story role in the game it represents.


The Isle of Armor
The first new adventure unlocked by the Expansion Pass will take place on the Isle of Armor, an island of the Galar region. Many Pokémon make this island their home, living freely amid the lush nature. The island is also home to a dojo for Pokémon battles. Players and their Pokémon will train hard to become stronger under Mustard, the master of this dojo.


NEWLY DISCOVERED POKÉMON

Kubfu
Category: Wushu Pokémon 
Type: Fighting
Height: 2'
Weight: 26.5 lbs.
Ability: Inner Focus

 

Kubfu will appear in The Isle of Armor. This Pokémon is hardworking and strives to train both its body and mind. It uses each defeat as motivation, training itself with even more vigor after a loss in order to grow stronger. It has an organ that produces “fighting energy” in its lower abdomen, and before heading into battle, Kubfu will increase this energy through unique breathing techniques and intense focus. Wild Kubfu live in mountainous areas far away from the Galar region, but it was once a species that called Galar its home. It’s noted in historical texts that this species used to head to uncharted lands with people as they set out to trade or explore. Records suggest that the Kubfu living in faraway mountains today may have descended from Kubfu that became naturalized to the distant lands they visited in their journeys.

 

Urshifu (Single Strike Style) Urshifu (Rapid Strike Style)
Category: Wushu Pokémon Category: Wushu Pokémon 
Type: Fighting/Dark Type: Fighting/Water
Height: 6'3" Height: 6'3"
Weight: 231.5 lbs. Weight: 231.5 lbs.
Ability: Unseen Fist Ability: Unseen Fist

 

Kubfu will evolve into Urshifu after it has undergone sufficient training. It seems that Urshifu has two forms—a Single Strike Style and a Rapid Strike Style—and it appears that each form has different types as well. Urshifu in Single Strike Style form favor battling without holding anything back. When enraged, they will mercilessly attack an opponent until it is utterly defeated. A Single Strike Style Urshifu’s movements are often direct and involve rushing forward in a straight line. It will keep its distance from its opponents at first only to leap in close instantly to deliver a powerful blow. Urshifu in Rapid Strike Style form maintain a calm demeanor, observing their opponents and measuring their strength while dodging attacks. A Rapid Strike Style Urshifu will use flowing movements in battle to smoothly parry an opponent’s moves and then overwhelm the opponent with a flurry of rapid strikes.

 

Gigantamax Urshifu (Single Strike Style) Gigantamax Urshifu (Rapid Strike Style)
Category: Wushu Pokémon Category: Wushu Pokémon 
Type: Fighting/Dark Type: Fighting/Water
Height: 95'2"+ Height: 85'4"+
Weight: ??? lbs. Weight: ??? lbs.
Ability: Unseen Fist Ability: Unseen Fist

 

Single Strike Style Urshifu and Rapid Strike Style Urshifu also have Gigantamax forms. Gigantamax Single Strike Style Urshifu looks ready to bellow in fury. People call it both “the very embodiment of rage” and “a divine emissary that banishes evil spirits with its fury.” Gigantamax Rapid Strike Style Urshifu will quietly maintain its stance with a calm expression. When facing this Pokémon, it seems some will become greatly agitated, feeling as if the very depths of their soul have been exposed. Yet others report feeling a sense of relief, as if they’d been cleansed of evil spirits.

 

Calyrex
Category: King Pokémon 
Type: Psychic/Grass
Height: 3'7"
Weight: 17 lbs.
Ability: Unnerve

 

Trainers will encounter Calyrex in The Crown Tundra. This Pokémon ruled all of Galar in ancient times. Though it appears delicate and slight, its every move is filled with grace and dignity. It also has extremely high intelligence, and it’s said to see every past, present, and future event.


Galarian Slowbro
Category: Hermit Crab Pokémon
Type: Poison/Psychic
Height: 5ʹ3″
Weight: 155.4 lbs.
Ability: Quick Draw
 
A Shellder bite set off a chemical reaction with the spices inside Galarian Slowpoke’s body, causing Galarian Slowbro to gain the Poison type. The Shellder that’s latched onto Slowbro sometimes unconsciously bites down harder on Slowbro’s arm, causing an itch that drives Slowbro to start wildly swinging its arm around and smashing its surroundings. With a speed that puts even the quickest reflexes to shame, Slowbro readies its Shellder and makes poisonous liquid shoot from the Shellder’s tip. This is Shell Side Arm, a Poison-type special move that may poison the target. The move inflicts either physical or special damage depending on which will damage the target more.

 
LEGENDARY POKÉMON URSHIFU’S EXCLUSIVE MOVES
 
Legendary Pokémon Urshifu has two forms—Single Strike Style and Rapid Strike Style—and each form can learn different moves and G-Max Moves. A Single Strike Style Urshifu that has followed the path of darkness can unleash a single, severe blow—a signature move known as Wicked Blow. This move always results in a critical hit, allowing Urshifu to attack while ignoring the target’s stat changes. A Rapid Strike Style Urshifu that has followed the path of water can unleash a flowing three-hit combo—a signature move known as Surging Strikes. This move always results in critical hits, allowing Urshifu to attack while ignoring the target’s stat changes.
 
Unseen Fist is a new Ability introduced with these expansions and one that only Single Strike Style Urshifu and Rapid Strike Style Urshifu possess. This Ability lets the Pokémon deal damage when it attacks with moves that make direct contact even if the target defends itself by using moves like Protect.
 
Dark-type attacks used by Single Strike Style Gigantamax Urshifu will change to G-Max One Blow. Water-type attacks used by Rapid Strike Style Gigantamax Urshifu will change to G-Max Rapid Flow. G-Max One Blow and G-Max Rapid Flow can deal damage even if a target defends itself by using moves like Max Guard or Protect.
 
NEW ADVENTURING FEATURES INTRODUCED IN THE ISLE OF ARMOR
 
Cram-o-matic
The dojo on the Isle of Armor houses a unique take on recycling in the form of a device called the Cram-o-matic. If players feed it four items, it will combine them and give out a new item in exchange. Trainers can receive any of a variety of items, including Poké Balls, PP Ups, and more. Some combinations might even produce rare items.
 
Tutor Moves
Completely new tutor moves will also be available on the Isle of Armor. Trainers can have their Pokémon learn them in exchange for Armorite Ore, a substance that can be found on the Isle of Armor through Max Raid Battles and other means.
 
Burning Jealousy is a new Fire-type move that can be taught starting with these expansions. When it hits, it deals damage to all opposing Pokémon and burns all opposing Pokémon that have had their stats boosted during the turn.
 
Grassy Glide is a new Grass-type move that can be taught starting with these expansions. This move has high priority when used on Grassy Terrain.
 
Max Soup
Max Soup is a special dish made from rare ingredients you can gather on the Isle of Armor. If a Pokémon with great hidden potential drinks Max Soup, it will become a special Pokémon capable of Gigantamaxing.
Some Pokémon that Trainers are already traveling with may also gain the ability to Gigantamax.
 
The Crown Tundra
The second area unlocked by the Expansion Pass is the snow-swept realm of the Crown Tundra. In this frigid yet beautiful landscape—with its jagged winter mountains and shining, silvery landscape—people live in small communities where they support and rely on one another. A man named Peony will appoint the player as the leader of his exploration team in the Crown Tundra and task them with investigating the reaches of this frozen land. Players will also be able to explore the depths of the Pokémon Dens seen during Max Raid Battles. What’s more, it seems several previously unseen Legendary Pokémon make the Crown Tundra their home.
 
NEWLY DISCOVERED LEGENDARY POKÉMON

Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres?
Legendary Pokémon bearing strong resemblances to Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres have been spotted in the Crown Tundra. These Pokémon seem to bear Ice-type, Electric-type, and Fire-type characteristics, respectively, and were previously thought to be the same as the Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres seen in other regions. Recently gathered data from reported sightings and other sources about the Pokémon have bolstered the theory that they are, in fact, distinct variants.
 
Galarian Articuno
Category: Cruel Pokémon  
Type: Psychic/Flying
Height: 5ʹ7″
Weight: 112.2 lbs.
Ability: Competitive
 
Once every several decades, this migratory Pokémon appears in the Crown Tundra. Galarian Articuno’s signature move, Freezing Glare, is a Psychic-type special move in which the Pokémon attacks by firing psychic power from both eyes. This move may also leave the target frozen.
 
Galarian Zapdos
Category: Strong Legs Pokémon  
Type: Fighting/Flying
Height: 5ʹ3″
Weight: 128.3 lbs.
Ability: Defiant
 
Once every several decades, this migratory Pokémon appears in the Crown Tundra. Galarian Zapdos’s signature move, Thunderous Kick, is a Fighting-type physical move that overwhelms the target with lightning-like movement before delivering a kick. This also lowers the target’s Defense stat.
 
Galarian Moltres
Category: Malevolent Pokémon  
Type: Dark/Flying
Height: 6ʹ7″
Weight: 145.5 lbs.
Ability: Berserk 
 
Once every several decades, this migratory Pokémon appears in the Crown Tundra. Galarian Moltres’s signature move, Fiery Wrath, is a Dark-type special move in which the Pokémon transforms its wrath into a fire-like aura to attack. It may also make opposing Pokémon flinch.
 
NEW CHARACTERS
Upon arriving in the Crown Tundra, players will encounter Peony, who has brought his daughter along on an adventure to find the truth behind tales of Legendary Pokémon in the area. Listening isn’t his strong suit, and his bold behavior draws plenty of attention, but he has a kind side and plenty of affection for his daughter.
 
DYNAMAX ADVENTURE
Trainers can team up with three other players to go on a Dynamax Adventure, where they will be able to venture into Pokémon Dens and even encounter Dynamax Pokémon. If Trainers do encounter a Dynamax Pokémon during their exploration, they’ll need to work together in a Max Raid Battle. Trainers will get a chance to catch the Dynamax Pokémon for their team if they triumph in the battle, but they’ll be kicked out of the den should they lose.
 
GALARIAN STAR TOURNAMENT
Once Trainers progress far enough in their adventure in the Crown Tundra, they’ll be able to participate in the Galarian Star Tournament, held in the city of Wyndon. In this tournament, Trainers will battle with various characters they met in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield—but not just as opponents. They can also pick a teammate and tackle the tournament together.
 
TRANSFER BONUS IN POKÉMON HOME
Starting Tuesday, June 2, 2020, at 6:00 a.m. PDT, if Trainers transfer one or more Pokémon from Pokémon Sword or Pokémon Shield to the Nintendo Switch version of Pokémon HOME, they will be able to receive a Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble with their Hidden Abilities as Mystery Gifts in the mobile device version of Pokémon HOME.
 
Grookey
Grookey’s Hidden Ability is Grassy Surge. It’s a rare Ability that normally wouldn’t be available.
Level: 5
Ability: Grassy Surge
Moves: Scratch, Growl
 
Scorbunny
Scorbunny’s Hidden Ability is Libero. It’s a rare Ability that makes its first appearance in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield.
Level: 5
Ability: Libero
Moves: Tackle, Growl
 
Sobble
Sobble’s Hidden Ability is Sniper. It’s a rare Ability that normally wouldn’t be available.
Level: 5
Ability: Sniper
Moves: Pound, Growl

Galar Ponyta
Sirfetch'd
Bea - Sword

Bea - Sword

Allister - Shield

Allister - Shield

Crown Tundra Artwork

Crown Tundra Artwork

Pokémon Sword and Shield Artwork Database

Galarian Slowbro

Galarian Slowbro

Kubfu

Kubfu

Rillaboom

Rillaboom

Gigantamax Rillaboom

Gigantamax Rillaboom

Gigantamax Rillaboom

Gigantamax Rillaboom

Zarude

Zarude

Zarude Jungle Healing

Zarude Jungle Healing

Galarian Slowpoke

Galarian Slowpoke

Rapid Strike Urshifu

Rapid Strike Urshifu

Cinderace

Cinderace

Gigantamax Cinderace

Gigantamax Cinderace

Gigantamax Cinderace

Gigantamax Cinderace

Gigantamax Rapid Strike Urshifu

Gigantamax Rapid Strike Urshifu

Calyrex

Calyrex

Kubfu

Kubfu

Single Strike Urshifu

Single Strike Urshifu

Inteleon

Inteleon

Gigantamax Inteleon

Gigantamax Inteleon

Gigantamax Inteleon

Gigantamax Inteleon

Gigantamax Single Strike Urshifu

Single Strike Urshifu

Calyrex

Calyrex

Pokémon Sword and Shield Legendary Database

Glastrier

GLASTRIER


    • CATEGORY
      Wild Horse Pokémon

 

    • TYPE
      Ice

 

    • HEIGHT
      7'3"

 

    • WEIGHT
      1,763.7 lbs.

 

  • ABILITY
    Chilling Neigh


A face and hooves clad in ice

This Pokémon generates intense cold air within its body and emits that cold from its nose and hooves. This cold air covers Glastrier’s face and legs in unyielding ice, giving its attacks extraordinary destructive power. Nimble movements are not Glastrier’s strong suit. But it can use the cold exuded from its hooves to freeze the ground, letting it shoot off sliding across the ice to close distances in a flash during battle.


A ruffian plowing through snowy lands

Glastrier’s might and stamina let it charge through the snowiest of lands and the worst of roads on its thick, burly legs. It’s also belligerent and proud and takes anything it wants by force. It apparently can’t help challenging any strong opponent it sees to battle.


Ability: Chilling Neigh

Glastrier’s Ability, Chilling Neigh, is a new Ability introduced with the Pokémon Sword Expansion Pass and Pokémon Shield Expansion Pass. When a Pokémon with this Ability knocks out a target, its Attack stat is boosted.

Ice Rider Calyrex

ICE RIDER CALYREX


    • CATEGORY
      High King Pokémon

 

    • TYPE
      Psychic/Ice

 

    • HEIGHT
      7'10"

 

    • WEIGHT
      1,783.8 lbs.

 

  • ABILITY
    As One


Psychic power and cold awaken each other

Glastrier’s powers are heightened by Calyrex’s psychic energy. The cold Glastrier emits can reach five hundred degrees below zero. It also has the endurance to run for seven days and nights on end, no matter how rough the road, by instantly freezing and smashing through any obstacles in its path.


Moreover, Glastrier’s intense cold has brought out the full potential of Calyrex’s psychic powers as well. This lets Calyrex manifest its powers over a radius of more than 30 miles.


Ultrapowerful icicle lances that pierce mountains

Calyrex can use its psychic energy to condense the cold emitted by Glastrier into gigantic icicles. It can fire these icicles at opponents like arrows or wield them like lances for charging attacks. These psychically strengthened icicle lances appear powerful enough to blow holes in rocky mountains and pass through them completely.


Signature move: Glacial Lance!

In this powerful Ice-type physical move, the Pokémon attacks by hurling a blizzard-cloaked icicle lance at opposing Pokémon. In Double Battles, this move can damage two opposing Pokémon on the battlefield.

Spectrier

SPECTRIER


    • CATEGORY
      Swift Horse Pokémon

 

    • TYPE
      Ghost

 

    • HEIGHT
      6'7"

 

    • WEIGHT
      98.1 lbs.

 

  • ABILITY
    Grim Neigh


Senses sharpened with spectral power

This Pokémon craves silence and solitude and tends to be active at night when its energy is heightened. Its nocturnal habits have left its eyesight weak. But Spectrier’s other four senses are keenly sharpened, and they give it an accurate sense of the terrain and the locations of living things.


A dispassionate Pokémon that tolerates no trespassers

Spectrier takes in nourishment by absorbing ambient life-force emitted by other creatures. It has sharp hearing and a love for peace and solitude, so it avoids any involvement with other living creatures. However, Spectrier will attack any trespasser that disturbs its tranquil territory in an effort to drive the intruder off.​



Ability: Grim Neigh

Spectrier’s Ability, Grim Neigh, is a new Ability introduced with the Pokémon Sword Expansion Pass and Pokémon Shield Expansion Pass. When a Pokémon with this Ability knocks out a target, its Sp. Atk stat is boosted.

Shadow Rider Calyrex

SHADOW RIDER CALYREX


    • CATEGORY
      High King Pokémon

 

    • TYPE
      Psychic/Ghost

 

    • HEIGHT
      7'10"

 

    • WEIGHT
      118.2 lbs.

 

  • ABILITY
    As One


Running thousands of miles with swift strides and spectral power

Spectrier’s skills have been heightened by Calyrex’s psychic energy. It is swift enough to run thousands of miles in a single day, and its spectral powers have gained strength.


Moreover, Spectrier’s unearthly might has unlocked the full potential of Calyrex’s psychic power. This lets Calyrex see all events from past to future. The regal Pokémon can manifest this power over a radius of more than 30 miles.


A powerful spectral aura that steals opponents’ life-force

Calyrex can pour its psychic power into Spectrier in order to create countless small will-o’-the-wisps and rain them down on opponents like a meteor shower. It appears anything touched by one of these wisps can have its life-force stolen while also being scorched with burning heat. Moreover, Calyrex can condense Spectrier’s spectral aura into a large, black, mist-like mass. This mass is imbued with the power to absorb life-force, and it sucks in the souls of nearby living things like a black hole.


Signature move: Astral Barrage!

In this powerful Ghost-type special move, the user attacks by sending a frightful amount of small ghosts at opposing Pokémon. In Double Battles, this move can damage two opposing Pokémon on the battlefield.

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Pokémon Sword and Shield Anime Database

Pocket Monsters Anime Artwork

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Ash with Pikachu

Ash with Pikachu

Trainer Gou Settei Sheet

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Trainer Gou

Trainer Gou

Galar Starters

Galar Starters

Scorbunny

Scorbunny

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