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Dynamax Adventures Guide - Rewards & Legendary Pokemon

Check out the new Dynamax Adventures introduced in Pokemon Sword and Shield Crown Tundra. Find out what Legendary Pokemon you can catch, mechanics, healing, endless mode, and more!!

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What Are Dynamax Adventures

Defeat Dynamax Pokemon & Get Legendaries


The new Dynamax Adventures mode is a new feature introduced in the Crown Tundra. In this mode, 4 trainers work together to defeat 4 consecutive battles with Dynamax Pokemon. Reach the end of the den and catch legendary Pokemon!

Check Out A List Of Available Legendary Pokemon Here

Endless Dynamax Adventures Mode

Endless Mode

If you want to challenge yourself, there will be an extra challenging mode called "Endless Dynamax Adventures Mode". This mode will let you keep going until you lose a battle.

Clear Regular Mode 5 Times

In order to unlock Endless Mode, you'll have to first clear 5 regular Dynamax Adventures. After doing so, you can talk to the man dressed in medical clothing to the left of the scientist.

Cannot Catch Pokemon

One major stipulation of this mode is that you cannot keep any Pokemon you catch during it. In exchange for this, you will get more Dynite Ore than usual! We recommend doing this mode only after you've obtained all of the legendary Pokemon available in the game so far.

Dynamax Adventures Rewards

Get Dynite Ore


The main currency rewarded by Dynamax Adventures is known as Dynite Ore. It is awarded to you for meeting certain conditions during an Adventure. In general, you should expect to get 9-11 pieces per run.

Learn How To Farm & Get Dynite Ore Fast Here

Conditions To Get Dynite Ore

ConditionOre Received
Investigate the den4
Reach the innermost area (the Legendary Pokemon)2
Catch the Legendary Pokemon3
Complete the adventure without your Pokemon dying2
Finish the Adventure with other players online2

※ There may be more available reward conditions. We will update this as we progress with our testing!!

Get Ability Patch With Dynite Ore

Dynite Ore

This currency can be used to buy the brand new Ability Patch, which gives your Pokemon its hidden ability! Ore can also be used to buy EV and EXP boosting items.

Get Past Legendary Pokemon


The main draw of Dynamax Adventures is the fact that you'll be able to obtain legendary Pokemon from previous games in the franchise! The deepest part of the cave will contain such legendaries, so you'll have to make it all the way to the end.

Check Out The List Of Legendary Pokemon In Crown Tundra Here

Legendary Pokemon Catch Rate Is 100%

The legendary Pokemon that appear in Dynamax Adventures will have a catch rate of 100%! If you're able to clear all the raid battles and get to the Legendary Pokemon, you're guaranteed to capture it. If you want your Legendary to have a special ball, this means you can do so without worrying about if you can catch it or not!

You Can't Re-Catch Legendary Pokemon

The legendary Pokemon appearing in Dynamax Adventures can only be caught once. However, if you catch and choose not to add to your party, you can challenge the same legendary Pokemon again. This allows you to choose the legendary Pokemon with the best stats.

Challenging The Den With Legendary Pokemon You've Already Caught

When you challenge the Pokemon den with the legendary Pokemon you've already caught by online multiplayer mode, you won't be able to catch that legendary Pokemon. However, you can get Dynite Ore and non-legendary Pokemon you've caught along the adventure.

How To Get All Legendary Pokemon Efficiently

Peonia Tells You Locations Of Pokemon


By talking to Peonia in the left part of the cave, you can gain access to Lairs which contain certain Legendary Pokemon. However, you'll have to pay her 5 Dynite Ore for this. After you've purchased this information, talk to the scientist to access a menu and go to the lair!

Save Legendary Pokemon's Locations To Retry

If you fail to catch a Legendary Pokemon or choose not to add the legendary Pokemon to your party permanently in the Adventure, you can actually try to challenge that same Pokemon again later. A drop down menu will appear. If you want to get the shiny version of a certain Legendary, this might be a good option for you! Note, you can only save up to 3 locations of the legendary Pokemon.

Version Exclusivity Applies

In standard Pokemon fashion, you won't be able to obtain all the legendaries with just one game. You will need both Sword and Shield to get them all, so make sure to coordinate with friends!

Learn More On Version Differences Between Sword & Shield Here

Ultra Beasts Appear After Clearing Crown Tundra

Ultra Beasts

After you fully clear all 3 paths of the Crown Tundra story, you'll get a "Legendary Memo" which will allow you to start fighting against Ultra Beasts in Dynamax Adventures. Once you get this from Peony, talk to the Scientist and they will automatically unlock!

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Ultra Beasts Available In Adventures

Catch 5 Ultra Beasts To Get Poipole


Naganadel, which is evolutionary form of Poipole won't appear in the Dynamax Adventure. To get Poipole, you need to catch 5 Ultra Beasts and unlock the event.

Alolan Form Pokemon Appear As Well


Among the Pokemon that appear on the way to the Legendary, you can also catch Alolan form Pokemon in Dynamax Adventures.

Dynamax Adventures Mechanics

Difference From Raid Battles In Wild Area


In Dynamax Adventures mode, you can't use your own Pokemon. Instead, you have to use rental Pokemon. If you win the max raid battle, you'll have a chance to catch that Pokemon and one trainer on the team can swap the newly caught Pokemon in for the Pokemon they had before.

Use Pokemon You Caught


▲Swap Pokemon as you explore deeper in the den

You can choose to swap out your current Pokemon with one you caught during the adventure! Only one of the players on your team can do this, and priority is determined by the order on the left (top down). If you don't get a Pokemon, there's a chance one of your teammates will.

4 Heart System

Heart System

Your team will have a total of 4 hearts available per Adventure. Every time a Pokemon on your team faints, you will lose one heart. Losing all 4 hearts will kick you out of the raid. There does not appear to be a way to regenerate hearts, so you'll have to be very careful.

Pokemon Don't Heal After Battle

Your Pokemon's HP and PP will carry over after the battle, meaning they won't heal after every fight. There are items you can find that will heal you however. Other than that, you'll have to swap with the Pokemon you've caught along the way to keep your HP up.

Items and Trainers

BerriesHeal your Pokemon
BackpackerGives one item for your Pokemon to hold
ScientistSwaps your Pokemon with another Pokemon randomly


Dynamax Adventures

The only way to restore the HP of your Pokemon (except for in-battle moves, that is) is to walk into Berries on the map! These will restore some of your HP.


Scientists will trade your Pokemon for a random one! We're not sure what determines the type of Pokemon you're given, so you'll have to tread carefully. Only do this if you're unsatisfied with your current pick, or it's nearly fainted!


Dynamax Adventures

Backpackers will let you choose from five possible held items for your Pokemon. These seem to be random. Choosing wisely here will be important when it comes to taking out the final Legendary Pokemon.

How To Get Best Pokemon In Dynamax Adventures

You Can't Use Judge Function


You can check the stats of the legendary Pokemon you've caught before adding to your party permanently. However, you can't use Judge function when doing so. Because of this, you need to calculate IV from its actual stats.

Learn More About IVs & Judge Function From Here

100% Catch Rate With Rare Pokeball

Since the catch rate of Dynamax Adventures is 100%, you can use your favorite rare Pokeball to catch legendary without wasting any of them. It's also notable that Dynamax Adventures is the only way to catch legendary Pokemon with Sport Ball and Safari Ball.

How To Catch Best Pokemon

1Defeat and catch the legendary Pokemon in Dynamax Adventure
2When choosing which Pokemon to keep, check the summary for their stats
3Calculate individual values from its actual stats
4If you didn't get the legendary Pokemon with best stats, don't keep it and repeat the same steps

If you didn't keep the legendary Pokemon you've caught, you can retry the same den over and over until you get the best stats.

Reset Penalty

Get A Penalty If You Reset 3 Times

Dynamax Adventures will save two times: once prior to entering and once when leaving the adventure. Resetting your game at any point in-between will toggle a penalty flag. Resetting three times will cause the scientist to scold you. At this point, you won't be able to do any further adventures until you pay the penalty fee!

Reset Penalties

Number of ResetsOre Penalty
33 pieces
44 pieces
55 pieces

The amount of Dynite Ore you have to pay as a penalty will increase depending on how many times you reset. Since the penalty keeps going up, you'll want to refrain from resetting as much as possible!

Penalty Incurred When Solo As Well

This penalty will be incurred by all players who reset, regardless if they're doing it during online or solo play!

How To Clear The Penalty

If you complete a Dynamax Adventure all the way to the very end, your penalty counter is reset! This means that it is possible to reset twice before even incurring any penalty whatsoever.

Merits Of Resetting

Does Not Consume Pokeball

In order to check IVs and whether the Pokemon you've caught is shiny or not, you need to consume Pokeball. The game will automatically be saved after the Dynamax Adventures and your rare Pokeball will be consumed even if you decide not to add the Pokemon you've caught permanently.

Save Rare Pokeball By Resetting

If you are using rare Pokeball to catch the legendary Pokemon with best stats and don't want to waste them, you can reset and get penalty instead.

Tips & Strategy On Dynamax Adventures

Choose Your Starting Pokemon Wisely


If you know the Legendary you're up against, obviously pick something that works well against it. If you don't know, try going off Base Stats - although not always the case, generally the higher the base stats, the better the Pokemon.

Don't Be Afraid To Swap Pokemon

Losing even a single heart on the way to a Legendary can be run-ending. As such, you should feel free to swap out Pokemon that are low on health. If your team does not have any healing moves, this is often the best way of effectively healing your Pokemon, although there is an element of randomness to it.

Check The Type & Shadow Of Opponents


You can tell which Pokemon you'll be facing from the type and shadow in the purple fog. Move the map with the right arrow stick to see what Pokemon types are coming up and plan accordingly. The final battle will be the most difficult, so try to prepare for that!

Choose The Path With Berries & NPCs


Paths with Berries can help you recover your HP if you're getting low. We strongly recommend going for a Backpacker, however, as the item they provide you can often times be quite strong and help you in your final battle with the legendary. The backpacker will give 1 item to each Pokemon on your team, which is also nice.

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  • Articuno (Kanto)
  • Zapdos (Kanto)
  • Moltres (Kanto)
  • Mewtwo
  • Raikou
  • Entei
  • Suicune
  • Rayquaza
  • Uxie
  • Mesprit
  • Azelf
  • Heatran
  • Giratina
  • Cresselia
  • Landorus
  • Kyurem
  • Zygarde
  • Tapu Koko
  • Tapu Lele
  • Tapu Bulu
  • Tapu Fini

Exclusive Dynamax Adventure Legendaries - Sword

  • Ho-Oh
  • Latios
  • Groudon
  • Solgaleo
  • Xerneas
  • Reshiram
  • Tornadus
  • Dialga

Exclusive Dynamax Adventure Legendaries - Shield

  • Palkia
  • Thundurus
  • Zekrom
  • Yvetal
  • Lunala
  • Kyogre
  • Latias
  • Lugia

Dynamax Adventure Ultra Beasts

Ultra Beasts can be discovered through Dynamax Adventure after completing the three Legendary Clues and bringing the Legendary Clue? Key Item to Peony in the Max Lair.

  • Nihilego
  • Buzzwole
  • Pheromosa
  • Xurkitree
  • Celesteela
  • Kartana
  • Guzzlord
  • Necrozma
  • Stakataka
  • Blacephalon
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Pokemon - Crown Tundra - List of Dynamax Adventure Pokemon

Here is a list of all the Pokemon you can find and use in Dynamax Adventures, the best way to find Legendary Pokemon in The Crown Tundra DLC of Pokemon Sword and Shield.

Lots of Legendary Pokemon from previous generations appear in the new feature of The Crown Tundra, Dynamax Adventures. Here you can find a list of the Legendaries waiting for you to catch them at the Max Lair!

Since the chance of meeting shiny Pokemon is higher than normal and you are 100% guaranteed to catch the Legendary Pokemon if you defeat it and chuck a ball at it, The Crown Tundra makes it easier than every to hunt for Shiny Legenday Pokemon!

Make sure you check out our guide on how to best find them:

Get Shiny Legendary Pokemon in Dynamax Adventures

All of these Pokemon can be found both in the Adventures themselves and as Rental Pokemon before you set out. The selection you get is random, but the first choice tend to be the strongest!

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Pokemon Sword and Shield: All Catchable Legendaries in Dynamax Adventures

Pokemon Sword and Shield trainers are spending plenty of time catching familiar friends from previous generations in the Crown Tundra. However, the expansion pass also brought back some older Legendary Pokemon with new Galarian forms. Thankfully, trainers can also catch nearly every past Legendary because of Dynamax Adventures.

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Updated by Mina Smith: The world of Pokemon is ever-growing and changing. With updates to the games and additions of new DLCs, players have gotten new locations, quests, and even new Pokemon in several Pokemon games, including Sword and Shield. Therefore, it seemed like a great time to update this article. The updates include some new pictures of the Pokemon, some new details, and the addition of the Ultra Beasts from the new Dynamax Adventures in both Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield. Hopefully this information will help players to catch 'em all in the Dynamax Adventures DLC for both Sword and Shield.

Dynamax Adventures in Sword and Shield

Dynamax Adventures are an underground challenge where trainers get to fight through 4 Max Raid Battles with the last battle against a Legendary Pokemon. Fortunately, trainers still have a 100-percent catch rate after weakening these Pokemon enough. In total, there are 38 legendary Pokemon from the previous 7 generations that trainers can encounter after the main story.

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All Sword and Shield Kanto Legendaries

  • Articuno
  • Zapdos
  • Moltres
  • Mewtwo

Trainers should be aware that these are the original forms of the Legendary Birds instead of their Galarian versions.

All Sword and Shield Johto Legendaries

Only 4 legendary Pokemon from Johto are available depending on the version.

  • Raikou
  • Entei
  • Suicune
  • Lugia (Shield only)
  • Ho-Oh (Sword only)

All Sword and Shield Hoenn Legendaries

The Regis have their own Crown Tundra storyline, but the Weather Trio and Eon duo Pokemon are split between both games.

  • Groudon (Sword only)
  • Kyogre (Shield only)
  • Rayquaza
  • Latios (Sword only)
  • Latias (Shield only)

All Sword and Shield Sinnoh Legendaries

With the exception of Dialga and Palkia, Generation 4's extensive list of Legendary Pokemon is available to all trainers.

  • Dialga (Sword only)
  • Palkia (Shield only)
  • Mesprit
  • Azelf
  • Uxie
  • Heatran
  • Giratina
  • Cresselia

All Sword and Shield Unova Legendaries

While the Swords of Justice are wandering throughout Crown Tundra, the Tao trio and Forces of Nature have been heavily separated between both versions.

  • Reshiram (Sword only)
  • Zekrom (Shield only)
  • Kyurem
  • Tornadus (Sword only)
  • Thundurus (Shield only)

All Sword and Shield Kalos Legendaries

Because Kalos had very few Legendaries, trainers will only be able to get 2 members of the Aura trio.

  • Xerneas (Shield only)
  • Yveltal (Sword only)
  • Zygarde

All Sword and Shield Alola Legendaries

Trainers can catch all of Alola's Guardian dieties, Necrozma, and either one of Sun and Moon's mascots. Note that the Ultrabeasts can also make an appearance in Dynamax Adventures along with the other 38 Legendaries.

  • Solgaleo (Swordonly)
  • Lunala (Shieldonly)
  • Necrozma
  • Tapu Koko
  • Tapu Bulu
  • Tapu Fini
  • Tapu Lele

All Pokemon Sword and Shield Dynamax Adventure Ultra Beasts

Although technically not Legendary, the Ultra Beasts are still worth mentioning.

  • Nihilego
  • Buzzwole
  • Pheromosa
  • Xurkitree
  • Celesteela
  • Kartana
  • Guzzlord
  • Necrozma
  • Stakataka
  • Blacephalon

Although some trainers will definitely be disappointed that these Legendary Pokemon don't have their own unique scenarios, Game Freak was still able to add every Legendary to Crown Tundra using this method without having to further delay the DLC. Furthermore, their implementation this way is healthier for trainers who just want to catch them all or take advantage of the increased shiny rate. In the end, getting Legendary Pokemon through Dynamax Adventures might not be perfect, but there are positives to this system that are sure to return in future Pokemon games.

Pokemon Sword and Shield are available on the Nintendo Switch.

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Pokemon Sword & Shield: All Legendary Pokemon available via Dynamax Adventure Pokemon Dens

One of the most exciting aspects of the new Pokemon Sword & Shield Crown Tundra downloadable content is that it brings back a lot of returning Legendary Pokemon. These legendaries are found in the new Dynamax Adventure mode, where you clear out Pokemon Dens - which in turn gives you an opportunity to catch a bunch of classic legendary Pokemon, among others.

Dynamax Adventures work as follows: you partner up with 3 other players - who can either be AI partners or better still real-life players. You pick a randomly-generated rental Pokemon to take into battle, and then head down into a Pokemon Den.

Inside the Pokemon Den, you'll go through a series of Dynamax Pokemon battles. After each battle you'll have branching paths and a chance for a random event - but also, crucially, you can swap your current borrowed Pokemon for the one you just defeated. This is important, as HP and status effects carry over from one battle to the next inside Pokemon Den Dynamax Adventures.

These battles will be challenging, and you'll have to work closely with your allies to ensure everyone survives. But work your way through the Den and you'll reach the 'Final Boss' of the Pokemon Den - and that is a Legendary Pokemon. 

This is a way of getting your hands on all the classic legendary Pokemon from generation 1-7, making their way to Pokemon Sword & Shield for the first time. This includes the legendary birds from the first generation, but it's worth noting that the new Galarian forms of Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres are found elsewhere. 

Dynamax Adventure Legendary Pokemon List

All of the below are the final bosses that can appear in that final Legendary Pokemon slot of a Dynamax Adventure. You can defeat these Pokemon for a chance to take them home with you as one of your very own Pokemon after the Pokemon Den is conquered - but you can only catch each Legendary once, a limitation that keeps you from farming legendary Pokemon.

As a reminder, this list features pretty much all previously-absent legendary Pokemon from past generations - but not Mythical Pokemon like Mew. They remain event-exclusive catches.

  • Articuno (Ice / Flying, Gen 1)
  • Zapdos (Electric / Flying, Gen 1)
  • Moltres (Fire / Flying, Gen 1)
  • Mewtwo (Psychic, Gen 1)
  • Raikou (Electric, Gen 2)
  • Entei (Fire, Gen 2)
  • Suicune (Water, Gen 2)
  • Lugia (Psychic / Flying, Gen 2)
  • Ho-Oh (Fire / Flying, Gen 2)
  • Latias (Dragon / Psychic, Gen 3)
  • Latios (Dragon / Psychic, Gen 3)
  • Kyogre (Water, Gen 3)
  • Groudon (Ground, Gen 3)
  • Rayquaza (Dragon / Flying, Gen 3)
  • Uxie (Psychic, Gen 4)
  • Mesprit (Psychic, Gen 4)
  • Azelf (Psychic, Gen 4)
  • Dialga (Steel / Dragon, Gen 4)
  • Palkia (Water / Dragon, Gen 4)
  • Heatran (Fire / Steel, Gen 4)
  • Giratina (Ghost / Dragon, Gen 4)
  • Cresselia (Psychic, Gen 4)
  • Tornadus (Flying, Gen 5)
  • Thundurus (Electric / Flying, Gen 5)
  • Reshiram (Dragon / Fire, Gen 5)
  • Zekrom (Dragon / Electric, Gen 5)
  • Landorus (Ground / Flying, Gen 5)
  • Kyurem (Dragon / Ice, Gen 5)
  • Xerneas (Fairy, Gen 6)
  • Yveltal (Dark / Flying, Gen 6)
  • Zygarde (Dragon / Ground, Gen 6) 
  • Tapu Koko (Electric / Fairy, Gen 7)
  • Tapu Lele (Psychic / Fairy, Gen 7)
  • Tapu Bulu (Grass / Fairy, Gen 7)
  • Tapu Fini (Water / Fairy, Gen 7)
  • Solgaleo (Psychic / Steel, Gen 7)
  • Lunala (Psychic / Ghost, Gen 7)
  • Nihilego (Rock / Poison, Gen 7)
  • Buzzwole (Bug / Fighting, Gen 7)
  • Pheromosa (Bug / Fighting, Gen 7)
  • Xurkitree (Electric, Gen 7)
  • Celesteela (Steel / Flying, Gen 7)
  • Kartana (Grass / Steel, Gen 7)
  • Guzzlord (Dark / Dragon, Gen 7)
  • Necrozma (Psychic, Gen 7)
  • Stakataka (Rock / Steel, Gen 7)
  • Blacephalon (Fire / Ghost, Gen 7)

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Pok�mon Dynamax Adventures Legendary Pok�mon and Ultra Beasts list

You may find yourself battling a Legendary Pokémon or Ultra Beast in a Dynamax Adventure, which was introduced in the Crown Tundra for Pokémon Sword and Shield.

While Ultra Beasts have to be unlocked by completing all of the Peony's adventures, you'll be able to battle and, hopefully, catch Legendary Pokémon in the Dynamax Adventures from the moment you unlock this feature.

Below you find every Legendary Pokémon and Ultra Beast that makes an appearance in the Dynamax Adventures.

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Legendary Pokémon list for Dynamax Adventures: Which legendaries are exclusive to Pokémon Sword or Shield?

Throughout your Dynamax Adventure in the Crown Tundra, you'll find yourself battling against Legendary Pokémon from previous generations and, if you manage to defeat them, you'll be offered the opportunity to catch them.


It's important to know that, while you can encounter a Legendary Pokémon multiple times, you can only catch it once. This means that shiny hunters or trainers looking for specific stats might have to battle the same Legendary Pokémon multiple times, putting off the chance to catch it, until the right version of that Legendary Pokémon appears in the Dynmax Adventures.

Luckily, you can keep a record of up to three Legendary Pokémon, either from purchasing their location from Peonia for five pieces of Dynie Ore or encountering them yourself. These records will allow you to select this Legendary as the final boss for your Dynamax Adventure, ensuring you have an encounter with one of them.


A number of these Legendary Pokémon are, however, exclusive to either Pokémon Sword or Shield, which means that, playing by yourself, you won't be able to find them in a Dynamax Adventures.

Thankfully, if you're playing online you may find yourself in a Dynamax Adventure hosted by a player playing a different version of the game - Sword if you're own Shield and vice versa - then the Legendary Pokémon in the Dynamax Adventure can be from either game. This means that you don't have to conduct any trades or buy the other version of the game to catch every legendary available in the Dynamax Adventures.


Below you can find all of the Legendary Pokémon, arranged in National Pokédex order, that can be found in Dynamax Adventure, including which version they're available in:

Thank you to Centro Pokémon LEAK from Twitter for the help with this information!

With it finally in the wild, here's how to start the Crown Tundra DLC and our full Pokémon Crown Tundra walkthrough. Plus, here's how to catch Calyrex, Glastrier and Spectrier, the Regieleki and Regidrago puzzle solution and Regirock, Regice, Registeel locations, details on how to catch Legendary Birds Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres in the Crown Tundra, the Ultra Beasts and Necrozma adventure, Dynamax Adventures, including the legendries you can catch on these adventures, and the new Crown Tundra Pokédex and returning Pokémon explained. For Isle of Armor players, here's how to find the Slowpoke, where to find Max Mushroom locations, and how to get Kubfu, become best friends and evolve it, plus all Diglett locations too! For the base game, here's info on the ability to transfer Pokémon to Pokémon Home, the Wild Area, lists of all TM locations and TRs, all Galarian forms and finally our main Pokémon Sword and Shield walkthrough for the whole game.

Ultra Beasts list for Dynamax Adventures: How to unlock the Ultra Beasts in Pokémon Sword and Shield Crown Tundra explained

Legendary Pokemon aren't the only rare creatures that you can find in the Dynamax Adventure. You can also find the rare Ultra Beasts if you manage to complete all of Peony's legendary adventures in the Crown Tundra.


If you're stuck on one of Peony's adventures, here a look at the guide below:


Once you've finished all of the above quests, make sure you return to tell Peony and, after some minor events, you'll unlock the ability to fight Ultra Beasts in the Dynamax Adventure.

Like Legendary Pokémon, Ultra Beasts will appear randomly within the Dynamax Adventures so it might be a while till you manage to find one.


When you do, you'll need to battle and defeat it just like you would any other Pokémon. If you do manage to defeat it, you'll be given the chance to catch and keep the Ultra Beast.

There are 11 Ultra Beasts in total and they can all be found in both Pokémon Sword and Shield. Below you can find all of the Ultra Beasts that can be found in Dynamax Adventure, along with their typing, arranged in National Pokédex order:

Good luck collecting every Legendary and Ultra Beasts in the Dynamax Adventure!

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Tips to Catch Legendary Pokémon in the Crown Tundra’s Max Lair

Trainers who have been exploring Galar now have much more to discover in The Crown Tundra, the second part of the Pokémon Sword Expansion Pass and Pokémon Shield Expansion Pass. The chilly Crown Tundra is teeming with places to visit and Pokémon to catch, but there may be nothing more exciting here than the Max Lair and the Legendary Pokémon that await within. The Max Lair is a network of intricate underground tunnels where you will go on Dynamax Adventures. These adventures are a little too daunting to take on alone—they're designed for a group of Trainers to tackle. Before you take off into the depths, check out our quick guide to Dynamax Adventures in the Max Lair, as well as tips on how to catch the powerful Legendary Pokémon you'll encounter.

  1. Max Lair Introduction

  2. Team Recruitment

  3. Battle Tips

  4. Catching Pokémon

  5. Max Lair Paths

  6. Legendary Encounter

Once you set foot in the Crown Tundra, you'll have a brief interlude where you get to meet a few fellow visitors. Then you'll be able to head to the Max Lair, where scientists are hard at work trying to uncover its secrets. To enter its depths, you'll assemble a team of four Trainers, either by recruiting your friends or by having game-controlled teammates join your squad. And you won't be able to bring your own Pokémon—each Max Lair explorer will pick a Pokémon from a short list of rental Pokémon provided to them.

Once you head in, you'll be confronted with a network of tunnels that crisscross each other. At every one of the intersections where the tunnels converge, your team will have to battle a Pokémon in a Max Raid Battle, usually four times per adventure. Thanks to the scientist at the entrance, you will know the Pokémon's type in advance to make it a little easier to prepare. In fact, you'll know the types of every Pokémon in the Max Lair, which will become valuable information later on. There is a limit to the scientist's knowledge, however—if any of the Pokémon are dual types, only one of those types will be revealed to you.

After your team has battled a Pokémon in a Max Raid Battle at one of the intersections, one member of the team that chose to catch the Pokémon can make it their partner, replacing the Pokémon they entered battle with. The selection process for who gets to replace their Pokémon is random, though players take priority over game-controlled Trainers.

Your team then has one more decision to make—which path you take toward your next Pokémon battle. The route you take will be a collective decision: whichever path gets the most votes will be the one you go down, and then it's on to the next Max Raid Battle. Finally, after you've woven your way through three battles in the Max Lair, it's time to battle a Legendary Pokémon! Once your run through the Max Lair is over, you get to keep one of the Pokémon you caught, whether it's the Legendary Pokémon or another Pokémon you got along the way.

Let's dive into some of the specifics worth noting about your Max Lair adventure.

When you head into the Max Lair, each Trainer must borrow one Pokémon to enter the caverns with. Any human Trainers will pick first, followed by any game-controlled Trainers that will round out the foursome. If possible, you should confer with your teammates about the makeup of your team, making sure your team is somewhat balanced for the threats to come.

Not every one of your team's Pokémon will be ideal for the very next fight ahead, and indeed they probably shouldn't all be. Remember that multiple confrontations await your squad, so think about which Pokémon could help your team farther into the cavern. This is where the full map of the entire Max Lair cavern comes in handy. If you have an Ice-type Pokémon, and you notice that a Dragon-type Pokémon awaits down the path, you might tolerate a struggle through an early battle with a Fire-type Pokémon in the knowledge that your Ice type can make a difference later on. And of course, the Legendary Pokémon will likely be the toughest challenge, so keep one eye on that final battle as you make your way through.

Max Lair battles will feel very familiar to seasoned Trainers but with one major difference: unlike the Dynamax Pokémon that inhabit Pokémon Dens all over Galar, the Pokémon you encounter in the Max Lair will not create shields. These Dynamax Pokémon still have a lot of the offensive power of their outside counterparts, including Max Moves that can hit hard. Your Pokémon can also still Dynamax, following the same rules as your standard Max Raid Battle. And if your foe manages to knock out a total of four Pokémon on your side of the field—even across multiple battles—your run is over, and you'll be blown all the way out of the Max Lair!

It's important to note that any damage you took in previous battles will carry over to the next, so playing defensively is important, too. This is especially vital if you're just trying to keep your Pokémon out of the way until the next battle, like the earlier example with the Ice-type Pokémon. Plus, you can't use items during battle, so don't count on Potions to pull you through. As we'll go over soon, you're not entirely out of luck if you take a bunch of damage early on, but it's best to play smart and carefully all the way until the end.

If you manage to defeat a Dynamax Pokémon, everyone on your team will be given the opportunity to catch it at the end of the battle. Just like other Max Raid Battles, choose one Poké Ball from your own collection and give it your best shot.

This is a good time to remind you to stock up on useful Poké Balls before heading into the Max Lair. As in a normal Max Raid Battle, you'll have only one shot to catch the Pokémon, so choose your Poké Ball wisely. Ultra Balls are always a safe option, but consider picking up some Dusk Balls. They're even more effective than Ultra Balls when you're inside a cave.

If you catch the Pokémon, you'll have the chance to replace your current Pokémon with the one you just caught. Once again, knowing the upcoming Pokémon on the path is valuable. Swap out your Flying-type Pokémon for that Water-type Pokémon you just caught if you know a Rock-type opponent looms on the horizon.

Another potential value in swapping for the Pokémon you just caught is that the newly caught Pokémon will have its HP restored. If your current Pokémon has taken quite a few licks in battle, that might be enough of a reason to make the change.

Once your run through the Max Lair has concluded (either by reaching the end or failing before you get that far), you'll be able to keep one and only one of the Pokémon you caught along the way. This means you might end up “catching” three or four Pokémon, but you'll be walking away with a single selection. That's quite all right—you don't know what Pokémon you'll be facing ahead of time, only their types, and it's good to give yourself some options at the end.

The dark passages of the Max Lair aren't without their bright spots. Between the intersections where Pokémon await, you may encounter little benefits that can help you through. Keep on the lookout for other people down in the depths, such as a backpacker who will lend your Pokémon a held item from their collection. You might also come across loose Berries that will restore HP to your worn-down Pokémon.

Once again, being aware of where you are in the Max Lair will help you make decisions. If the tunnel that will take you toward a pile of Berries will also lead you to a Pokémon that you anticipate a poor matchup against, maybe forego that opportunity and take a different path for an easier foe. And don't go out of your way to restore your health when your Pokémon are in pretty good shape already.

The Legendary Pokémon you can face at the end of a Max Lair exploration is certainly going to be your toughest challenge. Every decision you and your teammates make should prepare you for that battle. Work with your teammates to ensure that you have the right Pokémon when you head into the fray, aided by the fact that you've had some information the whole time about what type the Pokémon will be.

As the action begins, have a game plan for when to Dynamax. You could do so early to try to rack up as much damage with Max Moves as possible before the Legendary Pokémon can do its worst. Or you could wait until a specific Pokémon with a good type matchup has the chance to deal supereffective damage.

Remember that if your team's Pokémon are knocked out a total of four times during your journey in the Max Lair, the party's over, so keep your Pokémon from fainting at all costs. A vulnerable Pokémon that happens to know Protect could make all the difference if you use the move at the proper time. You can also lose a battle if it goes on for more than 10 turns, so don't go into a shell so much that you forget to attack.

Unlike in normal Max Raid Battles, you're guaranteed to catch the Legendary Pokémon at the end of a Dynamax Adventure...if you can defeat it. But if your team loses to the Legendary Pokémon, you do get one little perk. The scientist at the head of the cave will mark the route to that Pokémon so you can be sure to encounter it again on your next run. You can also choose to go after a random Legendary Pokémon if you'd like. And if you keep following the same path and keep getting knocked out by the same Pokémon, you might want to rethink your strategy for choosing what Pokémon to use, paying attention to your target's strengths and weaknesses.

One more note—once you've caught a Legendary Pokémon, you can't catch another one of the same species, even if you encounter it a second time in the Max Lair.

Dynamax Adventures in the Max Lair are fun and rewarding with a whole slew of Legendary Pokémon ready for your challenge. And a challenge they are, so grab some friends, put together a plan, and head in!

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