Another puzzle awaits trainers in the temple in Pokémon Sword and Shield: Crown Tundra. This time two new Legendary Pokémon awaits those who can solve the puzzle. You will have to choose what Legendary Pokémon you want, though. This guide will show you how to gather the three giants.
How to Gather the Three Giants
After catching Regice, Regirock, and Registeel, it is finally time to head to the last temple. This last temple is unique as you will have a choice between two Legendary Pokémon. An Electric-type Regieleki or the Dragon-type Regidrago. Before you make your choice, you will have to find the temple. First, players will need to make their way through the Roaring-Sea Caves to get to Three-Point Pass. Upon exiting Roaring-Sea Caves, head to the water on your bike.
After your Rotom Bike transforms into water mode, pedal around the sheets of floating ice that are on your right. Just on the other side of the floating ice is where you will need to go. Once you have gotten around the floating ice, follow the path until you reach a temple that is two different colors. When interacting with the door, you will be greeted with this message. “When you gather the three giants, the door of destiny shall be opened.”
The three giants it is referring to is Regice, Regirock, and Registeel. All you need to do is make sure they are in your party, interact with the door again, and it will open. When you enter the temple for the first time, the camera will zoom in and show the pattern for Regieleki on the left and Regidrago on the right. Walk over the circles to light it up and match the pattern of which Pokémon you want to catch. You can only catch one of these new Regi Pokémon, so choose wisely. After you light the circles up with which Regi Pokémon you want to catch, walk up to the statue and begin the battle screen. Bring a strong Rock or Ground-type to battle against Regieleki or a Fairy or Ice-type to battle against Regidrago.
You can’t go wrong with either Regieleki or Regidrago. Just remember you will need to trade with someone who has the opposite of what you have to fill out your Pokédex. Stay tuned to Guide Stash for more Pokémon Sword and Shield content.