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He never did go back for it, and we can’t blame him because of its questionable track record. Still, Squirtle is a sentimental favorite for longtime fans of the series, as it was the first most of us obtained way back when, so we are willing to forgive it for messing Ash up once in awhile. It technically had a winning record at 6-4, but that was the worst among the ones Ash obtained early on besides one — which we’ll get to in a moment.
Even if you receive another Kubfu via trade with other players, there is no guarantee you will be able to evolve them to Urshifu due to the locked towers. According to the official site, Kubfu evolves into a certain style and Type of Urshifu depending on the decisions you make in your game. Rapid Strike Urshifu can halve damage of 7 types, making it a very intimidating opponent in battle while Single Strike Style Urshifu is very weak against Fairy-type.
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Overall, if you’re a fan of Pokémon Sword and Shield, you’ll probably enjoy The Isle of Armor. It’s not perfect and it feels a little skimpy, but the decent amount of postgame content that is there contributes quite well to the main title. It truly feels like an expansion rather than something excised from the main game, which is the best you can hope for when it comes to DLC. Overall, if you’re a fan of Pokémon Sword and Shield, you’ll probably enjoy The Isle of Armor. It’s not perfect and it feels a little skimpy, but the decent amount of postgame content that is there contributes quite well to the main title.
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While nominally a fairly strong mon with solid battle power and defense, this giant bug was a nuisance. Even without its losing record, this inability to focus on the job at hand makes for a huge weakness that is enough to slide it into this list. Another fan favorite, Palpitoad went in official matches, though its record in unofficial duels is a much more palatable 3-2-1.
In fact, even in its losses, it fought hard and was shown to be fairly tough. Bossy and territorial, Palpitoad was shown to be a leader among the other mons and is well-liked by most. But in the end, its losing record is bad enough that Ash was better off leaving it out of the battle when he needed a win.
Naturally, its health is going to go all the way back up, which is fun. When you manage to bring that down to zero, too, the game will let you catch Eternatus. Try and make a manual save before attempting the catch, just in case. I’m sure that any high-quality Poke Ball will work just fine. To avoid griefing, you will not be able to post or report for the first %d hours upon visiting this forum for the first time.
Still, it lost to Cameron’s Riolu — a dubious defeat in which it not only should have been the better mon but also had the type advantage — which alone qualifies it for this list. Winning and losing aren’t the end-all-be-all for this list either, however. Sometimes a mon can have a decent record but still be a liability to the team thanks to epic fails or due to a personality issue. Of course, winning is the most important criterion for appearing on this list, as defeating those gyms is Ash’s whole reason for trying to collect them all. When you deplete Eternatus’s first health bar, it’s going to enter its Dynamax form, or Eternamax, if you prefer.
Some players will find that $15 isn’t a worthwhile price for five hours of story content. For many fans who were disappointed with Pokémon Sword and Shield, this DLC definitely doesn’t do enough to address their complaints. A hundred returning Pokémon is nice but maybe not a satisfactory concession. Also, the Wild Area-like open-world nature of the island was cool, but I often found myself getting lost in some areas that lacked distinctive landmarks. And lastly, some of the sidequests are tedious, like watt collecting and the Diglett scavenger hunt; as much as I’ve enjoyed the latter, I can see other players getting frustrated with it.
It’s a popular mon, and it had its usefulness, even if Ash never was able to use it in a proper battle. ne of its two wins was in its first appearance, immediately after evolving from a beaten down Tranquill. But its desire to help the other mons is what cost it a few times — most notably when it jumped in to save Iris and a Dragonite from the Kami Trio’s Thundurus.