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All Pokemon returning in Crown Tundra Expansion Pass

Published: 9/Sep/2020 13:50

by James Busby


Pokemon Sword and Shield’s upcoming Crown Tundra Expansion will not only introduce new creatures to the series, it will also see the return of many fan-favorites. Here’s all the leaked Pokemon that will be available. 

Game Freak disappointed many fans when they announced that Pokemon Sword and Shield’s National Dex would not be expanded upon. As a result, many iconic Pokemon didn’t make the cut. After all, including every single critter from each generation is a monumental task, especially when the series is now home to 892 unique monsters. 


While the latest Isle of Armor expansion helped alleviate this issue, it still failed to bring back a large number of Pokemon. Fortunately, the upcoming Crown Tundra DLC aims to further alleviate the missing ‘mon problem. If you want to know which pocket monsters will be obtainable in the Crown Tundra, then check out all the details below.  

When does the Crown Tundra release?

Crown Tundra expansion pass
Game Freak / Pokemon Company
Pokemon fans won’t need to wait long before they can explore the snow-filled landscapes of the Crown Tundra.

The Crown Tundra was previously given a generic “Fall 2020” release window, but the official Nintendo website states that the Crown Tundra expansion is scheduled for release by 11/30/2020. It certainly looks as though we won’t have to wait too much longer. 


Crown Tundra leaked Pokemon

Leaked Crown Tundra Pokemon
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The Crown Tundra aims to bring back plenty of returning Pokemon.

According to a recent leak, the Crown Tundra will see the return of 119 Pokemon. This leak comes via Bulbapedia’s Acting Head of Games, @abcboy101 who found dex entries for each Pokemon in Sword and Shield’s game files. 

These Pokemon dex entries were previously left blank by Game Freak, but the v1.2.0 update saw a number of changes that suggested the dev team were getting ready to put them into the game. Of course, these returning Pokemon could still change before Crown Tundra’s release, so bear that in mind before reading the leaked list below. 

Crown Tundra returning Pokemon

Crown Tundra returning Legendaries
Game Freak / Pokemon Company
Crown Tundra will certainly have plenty of old favorites for fans to catch.

It’s important to remember that this list does not include Legendary Pokemon like Mewtwo, Mew, Cobalion, Terrakion, and Virizion. These Pokemon already have dex entries in Sword and Shield and can be traded via Pokemon HOME. 


However, the most notable entries here are that of Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres (Galarian forms), Lugia, Ho-Oh, Palkia, Dialga, Giratina, and the Gen 3 Legendaries. All of these Pokemon were previously featured alongside other Legendary ‘mons in the Crown Tundra trailer, so it certainly helps add a little credibility to this leak. 

You can check out the full list below: 

  • Nidoran♀
  • Nidorina
  • Nidoqueen
  • Nidoran♂
  • Nidorino
  • Nidoking
  • Zubat
  • Golbat
  • Jynx
  • Electabuzz
  • Magmar
  • Omanyte
  • Omastar
  • Kabuto
  • Kabutops
  • Aerodactyl
  • Articuno
  • Zapdos
  • Moltres
  • Dratini
  • Dragonair
  • Dragonite
  • Crobat
  • Smoochum
  • Elekid
  • Magby
  • Raikou
  • Entei
  • Suicune
  • Lugia
  • Ho-Oh
  • Treecko
  • Grovyle
  • Sceptile
  • Torchic
  • Combusken
  • Blaziken
  • Mudkip
  • Marshtomp
  • Swampert
  • Aron
  • Lairon
  • Aggron
  • Swablu
  • Altaria
  • Lileep
  • Cradily
  • Anorith
  • Armaldo
  • Absol
  • Spheal
  • Sealeo
  • Walrein
  • Relicanth
  • Bagon
  • Shelgon
  • Salamence
  • Beldum
  • Metang
  • Metagross
  • Regirock
  • Regice
  • Registeel
  • Latias
  • Latios
  • Kyogre
  • Groudon
  • Rayquaza
  • Spiritomb
  • Gible
  • Gabite
  • Garchomp
  • Electivire
  • Magmortar
  • Uxie
  • Mesprit
  • Azelf
  • Dialga
  • Palkia
  • Heatran
  • Regigigas
  • Giratina
  • Cresselia
  • Victini
  • Audino
  • Tirtouga
  • Carracosta
  • Archen
  • Archeops
  • Cryogonal
  • Tornadus
  • Thundurus
  • Landorus
  • Genesect
  • Tyrunt
  • Tyrantrum
  • Amaura
  • Aurorus
  • Carbink
  • Xerneas
  • Yveltal
  • Zygarde
  • Diancie
  • Volcanion
  • Tapu Koko
  • Tapu Lele
  • Tapu Bulu
  • Tapu Fini
  • Nihilego
  • Buzzwole
  • Pheromosa
  • Xurkitree
  • Celesteela
  • Kartana
  • Guzzlord
  • Poipole
  • Naganadel
  • Stakataka
  • Blacephalon

So, there you have it! That’s all the 119 leaked Pokemon that will likely be present in Sword and Shield’s Crown Tundra expansion. 


If you’re looking for more Pokemon news and updates, head over to @PokemonSwordNS for all the latest information.


Logan Paul mindblown after pulling rare Pokemon cards worth $3000

Published: 1/Oct/2020 13:11

by Jacob Hale


Logan Paul has become an avid Pokemon card collector throughout the latter half of 2020, and treated fans of his Impaulsive podcast to watch him open a rare pack, the contents of which he was delighted with.

The Pokemon Trading Card Game originally got going in 1999 and now, over two decades later, is worth more than ever, with rare cards making sellers hundreds of thousands of dollars if they’ve kept their collection in good condition.


He recently revealed some of the collection he had been building up, including a first edition shadowless Charizard that could fetch anywhere between $40,000 to $60,000 at auction.

Letting his fans into the hobby, Logan opted to buy a pack of Base Set trading cards for $500 online and opened it live on Impaulsive.

Logan Paul 1st edition Charizard
Instagram: loganpaul
Logan’s 1st edition Charizard is a prized possession.

Obviously, when you’re spending $500 on a single pack of cards, you’ve got to be pretty hopeful of the results, but Paul insisted he always gets his rarest cards from the seller he bought it from.

So, he opened them and revealed each card one-by-one, including a Squirtle which he expects to fetch around $200-300, perhaps more as he believes it to have a PSA grade of 10 — or, the best condition it could possibly be.

Alongside the regular Energy cards and some more Pokemon such as Gastly and Poliwhirl, Paul also packed a Blastoise, again expecting it to be PSA graded 10/10, which he says should fetch around $2500 — meaning the total value of the individual cards could fetch around $3000 if his valuations are correct.


Obviously, the valuations may be slightly off, but Logan has at least made his money back for this pack — and if he’s made a profit then more power to him.

There’s some serious money to be made in the Pokemon Trading Card Game now, especially as it enjoys somewhat of a resurgence of late, so it might be worth digging out those old cards and see what you’ve got laying around: you never know how much money you could be sitting on.