Pokemon Sword and Shield Version Differences – Pokemon Sword and Shield Wiki Guide

As it is with all other Pokemon titles, both Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield will yield exclusive Pokemon that are only catchable in one version of the game. It is likely that these Pokemon can only be gained in the other version of the game, through trading. See all version-exclusive Pokemon on the chart below.

Along with regular exclusive Pokemon, Legendary Pokemon are catchable in Pokemon Sword and Shield.

Pokemon Sword Legendary Exclusives[edit]

Zacian is the Legendary Pokemon on Pokemon Sword’s box art, and is the Legendary Pokemon you will attain in Sword. There may be an event later allowing Pokemon Shield players to attain Zacian at a later date.

Zacian attacks so gracefully that its movements can even captivate its opponents. It holds what appears to be a sword in its mouth. Its shining blade can cut through anything.

Pokemon Shield Legendary Exclusives[edit]

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Zamazenta is the Legendary Pokemon on Pokemon Shield’s box art, and is the Legendary Pokemon you will attain in Pokemon Shield.There may be an event later allowing Pokemon Sword players to attain Zamazenta at a later date.

Zamazenta is a

Zamazenta’s regal and majestic movements overwhelm any opponents that dare face it. Its body is covered in what seems to be a shield. Its gleaming shield can turn back any attack.

Certain towns will have different Gyms with different Gym Leaders and type specialties depending on the version of the game you play.

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Fighting-type Gym Leader: Bea[edit]

In Pokemon Sword, Bea is the Fighting-type Gym Leader for the Stow-on-Side Gym. This is the fourth Gym in the game.

Bea is a prodigy in Galar karate, carrying on its century-old traditions and techniques. She’s also an expert on Fighting-type Pokémon! She’s known for her stoicism and very rarely shows her emotions. It seems her battle style remains very precise, even when she’s backed into a corner!

Rock-type Gym Leader: Gordie[edit]

In Pokemon Sword, Gordie is the Rock-type Gym Leader for the Circhester Gym. This is the sixth Gym in the game.

Ghost-type Gym Leader: Allister[edit]

In Pokemon Shield, Allister is the Ghost-type Gym Leader for the Stow-on-Side Gym. This is the fourth Gym in the game.

Allister is a talented Trainer of Ghost-type Pokémon who has taken on the mantle of the Ghost-type Gym Leader at a young age. He’s extremely shy and fearful, and he always hides his face with a mask when around other people. He rarely makes public appearances and apparently spends most of his time around ruins or in cemeteries.

Ice-type Gym Leader: Melony[edit]

In Pokemon Shield, Melony is the Ice-type Gym Leader for the Circhester Gym. This is the sixth Gym in the game.

Other Exclusives in Sword and Shield[edit]

There are also exclusive Ingredients in Pokemon Sword and Shield, which can be used for cooking Curry. In order to get these exclusive you will need to trade someone for a Pokemon holding those ingredients or you can cook with NPCs on routes or other players (online) in the Wild Area. Any recipes you “discover” when cooking with others will be added to your CurryDex.

You can buy both of these ingredients, in your version of the game, from the Ingredients Seller in the Rolling Fields or outside in the Wild Area entrance to Hammerlocke.
Sword Exclusive Shield Exclusive
Bob’s Food Tin

Bach’s Food Tin


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