They say you can’t beat the original, and that winning the first three starts in a Pokémon game always seems like an achievement. Now that the Isle of Armor DLC is out for Pokémon Sword and Shield, trainers can join Bulbasaur and Squirtle (and of course Charmander in the main game).
If you want to know how to grasp each of the three openings, then keep reading. We also have a guide on how to get started with the Isle of Armor DLC if you’re having a hard time.
How to get Charmander in Pokémon Sword and Shield
If you want to get your hands on the catching Charmander (which eventually evolves into Charizard), you’ll need to defeat Leon and become the champion of the Galar region.
Once you’re done, you’ll wake up back home to Postwick. Go to your opponent’s house Hop across the street. Once you enter, go up the stairs and go straight to Hop’s room. There, a Poké Ball will be waiting on the floor with a message from Leon, stating that it is a gift for you.
If you pick it up, you’ll get all the flaming Charmander all your own!
How to get Bulbasaur and Squirtle in Isle of Armor DLC
As the title suggests, you’ll first need to purchase the Isle of Armor DLC before you can use Bulbasaur or Squirtle in the game’s storyline.
You should continue with the main DLC quest line by visiting Master Dojo, Mustard and completing the first of three trials to get the Armor once you’ve defeated your new opponent for the first time.
The first test was to shoot three of the fast Slowpokes. You’ll be able to spot them in the Gentle Wetlands, creating large clouds as they run in circles. The easiest way to catch them is to use your Cycle Bike and watch the Slowpoke pattern perform and block them. Once you’ve done that, you’ll have to fight them one by one and defeat them.
Once done, return to the Dojo. Honey will bring up both the Bulbasaur and the Squirtle, and ask you to take one of them for training. Both are capable of Gigantimaxing. However, they can only do this in their final form (Venusaur and Blastoise), and it will take some time to get them there once they start at level 5.
How to get all three starters on your team
As far as we know at this time, you can’t get all three starters naturally through the game, as you have to choose between Bulbasaur and Squirtle. You’ll have to play through the Isle of Armor twice, trade with friends via Link Trade, or import them from the previous game using Pokémon HOME.
The best games for this are physical copies of Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu! and Pokémon Let’s Go Eevee!, or if you have a Pokémon bank on your 3DS linked to Pokémon HOME.
How to transfer Pokémon with Pokémon HOME
Here’s a basic overview of how to bring Bulbasaur or Squirtle into your party on Sword and Shield.
- Insert your game box of the game you want to transfer Pokémon from
- Open Pokémon HOME from your Switch main menu
- Select ‘Pokémon’ and choose the game you want to transfer Pokémon from
- Make sure Bulbasaur and/or Squirtle are in your box – not in your party – and choose which one you want (you can only do one at a time)
- Send them to your box in Pokémon HOME, save and exit
- With Pokémon HOME still running in the background, change your game cartridge to Pokémon Sword/Shield
- Select Pokémon and choose the game you want to switch to
- When your Pokémon HOME box appears, choose which Pokémon you want and send them into your Sword/Shield game
- Save and exit – you should now successfully transfer your Pokémon over
You should know that any Pokémon you transfer using this method will not be able to Gigantimax.
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