Poipole in Crown Tundra is an Ultra Beast Pokemon that you can get and evolve in the Pokemon Sword and Shield DLC. Poipole is different from the other Ultra Beasts, and requires a special series of steps to unlock. And even then, the evolution of Poipole in Crown Tundra is a whole different problem to solve. Needless to say, this has been causing some problems among players. We’ll aim to fix that in our Crown Tundra Poipole guide.
How to Get Poipole in Crown Tundra?
To get Poipole in Crown Tundra Pokemon Sword & Shield DLC, you have to complete fifteen Dynamax Adventures. Before that, however, you have to complete the main story of the new content. After you do that, go to your home base and look under the your doormat. If you’ve completed everything, you’ll find the “Legendary Clue?” from Peony. Go into the Max Lair and speak to him there. At that point, the counter starts. Complete fifteen Adventures, and you’ll find a Poipole waiting for you at the entrance.
Incidentally, you have to do the steps with the Legendary Clue and talking to Peony to unlock Ultra Beasts in the first place. All of them aside from Crown Tundra Poipole appear randomly in the Adventures. For more info, check out our Ultra Beasts Crown Tundra guide.
Crown Tundra Poipole Evolution
The Crown Tundra Poipole evolution is pretty simple. In order to evolve it into a Naganadel, you have to teach it the Dragon Pulse move and then level it up. It’s pretty much one of the simplest processes in the game, I’d say. To teach your Poipole the Dragon Pulse either via TR or the Relearner, any method you want, really. Oh, and quick side note – in this game, Poipole is Shiny-locked. In other words, what you see is what you get. No reason to reboot the game in hopes of getting a Shiny version.
And there you have it. That’s how you get and evolve Poipole in Crown Tundra. If you need help with anything else, check out some of our other guides on the subject. For example, we’ve written Regi Puzzles – Legendary Giants, Unite or Separate Calyrex with Glastrier or Spectrier, and many others. We’re pretty sure you’ll find them useful.