Registeel Crown Tundra

Registeel in Crown Tundra Pokemon Sword & Shield DLC is one of the many new Pokemon added, and people are wondering how to get one. Specifically, there’s a riddle, or Crown Tundra Regi puzzle, that they need to solve, and it reads “Let Ring the Piercing Note That Will Wake the Giant of Steel.” The solution is fairly simple, but you might not guess it right away. So, in our Registeel Crown Tundra guide, we’ll show you how to solve the puzzle and get Registeel to spawn.

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registeel crown tundra
Registeel Crown Tundra

Let Ring the Piercing Note That Will Wake the Giant of Steel

To solve the “Let Ring the Piercing Note That Will Wake the Giant of Steel” puzzle and get Registeel in Crown Tundra Pokemon Sword & Shield DLC, you simply have to whistle at the door. That’s all you have to do. How do you whistle? By pressing down the left analog stick. Simply click the left stick, your character will whistle, and the door will open. That’s the “piercing note” that you have to let ring. It’s a pretty good riddle, all things considered.

After the door opens, you’re still not gonna get Crown Tundra Registeel. Before it appears, you have to make all the circles on the ground light up by walking over them. That part is pretty easy, I don’t think you’ll need any particular help with that. When you succeed, the game will notify you that the air in the room has changed. Last, but not least, approach the now-glowing statue and interact with it. That will make a wild Registeel appear. All that’s left for you to do is defeat and capture it. Good luck, trainers!

And there you have it. That’s how you get Registeel in Crown Tundra in Pokemon Sword & Shield. If you want to know what other new Pokemon you can catch in the DLC, check out our Crown Tundra Pokedex – Pokemon List guide. There’s a lot of new content to sink your teeth into.

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