Some familiar names are showing up in Pokémon Legends: Arceus, but are sporting a new look in the Hisui Region. Here are all the Hisuian Pokémon forms that players will encounter in Pokémon Legends: Arceus.
All Hisuian Pokémon Forms
The past few generations of Pokémon have seen some Pokémon taking on new forms to adapt to the region in which the game takes place. These changes cause Pokémon to change their type and features to adapt to new areas. Pokémon Legends: Arceus introduces more Pokémon that have taken different forms.
Voltorb was first introduced in the very first Pokémon game. It was solely an Electric-type Pokémon and resembled a Pokéball. Hisuian Voltorb still resembles a Pokéball, but changes its type to a dual Electric and Grass-type Pokémon.
Hisuian Zorua and Zoroark
The fifth generation introduced players to this single Dark-type Pokémon that could create illusions to trick people and hide itself. In Pokémon Legend: Arceus, Zorua is a Normal and Ghost-type Pokémon.
Another fifth-generation Pokémon with a new form and type is Braviary. Originally, Braviary was a Normal and Flying-type Pokémon, but shed its Normal typing to become a Psychic and Flying-type Pokémon in Arceus.
The last Pokémon we know of that is getting a new form and typing is Growlithe. This Pokémon made its debut in the first generation and has been a staple throughout the Pokémon series. Hisuian Growlithe adds on from its single Fire-type and becomes a dual-type Fire and Rock Pokémon.
These are all the Hisuian Regional forms that have been released. With Pokémon Legends: Arceus releasing in just a few weeks, there could be even more regional forms to discover. Stay tuned to Guide Stash for more Pokémon Legends: Arceus guides and news.