All the final evolutions for starters in Pokémon Legends: Arceus

With every new area in Pokémon The world spawned a host of new Pokémon starting out, and Hisui is no different.

Pokémon Legend: Arceus transports the player to the region of ancient Hisui that will one day become Sinnoh. Given this familiarity, the three starting Pokémon are species already present in other games.

Cyndaquil, Rowlet and Oshawott have all appeared before Legend: Arceus, but now there’s more to these creatures. As they evolve, the evolutionary path unlocks new Hisui forms for each of their final evolutions, Typhlosion, Decidueye, and Samurott in turn.

All the final kick-off happenings

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In Pokémon Legend: Arceus Hisui’s three starter Pokémon, Cyndaquil, Rowlet, and Oshawott, have different final developments. They all have the same name, just new variations with different form and typeface.

For Cyndaquil, the ultimate evolution is Hisuian Typhlosion. This new Pokémon boasts both Fire and Ghost types and a new look that has purple flames instead of the typical orange, and also has a noticeably different pose.

Rowlet’s final evolution is the Hisuian Decidueye which has a very different appearance, boasting shorter wings and a larger headgear. The typing for this new version of the Pokémon species is Grass and Fighting, changing things up a bit from the Grass and Ghost types its original form included.

The ultimate Hisui launch evolution is Samurott. On the surface, there aren’t too many drastic changes to the Pokémon design, however, it does have some new colors inside. Pokémon’s typing is Water and Shadow. All the final evolutions for starters in Pokémon Legends: Arceus


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