Legendary Pokémon: The Essential Guide - Sinnoh Edition
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|Legendary Pokémon: The Essential Guide - Sinnoh Edition|
As its title indicates, the book encompasses the Legendary Pokémon of Sinnoh, with the exception of Arceus, as it was not yet officially revealed by Nintendo in North America at the time of publication. Specifically, there is information on the height, weight, species, type, name, and details on how to pronounce each Legendary Pokémon’s name. There is also a small quiz in the back section, with further answers to the aforementioned questions.
Azelf can be obtained in Pokémon Platinum, Diamond and Pearl in Lake Valor.
Darkrai can be obtained in Pokémon Platinum, Diamond, and Pearl if the player has the Member Card and has met Cresselia and obtained the Lunar Wing to awaken Eldrich's son from Darkrai's nightmare. It can then be found on Newmoon Island, which can be accessed through the Harbor Inn.
|Giratina (Altered Forme)||Ghost/Dragon
Giritina (Origin Forme) can be obtained in Pokémon Platinum in the Distortion World in its Origin Forme and in Turnback Cave in its Altered Forme. It can also be found in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl in Turnback Cave in its Altered Forme.
Mesprit can be found in Pokémon Platinum, Diamond, and Pearl roaming Sinnoh after the player has received the National Pokédex and has visited Lake Verity.
Palkia can be obtained in Pokémon Platinum and Pearl at Spear Pillar. It is also the game mascot for Pokémon Pearl.
|Shaymin (Land Forme)||Grass|
Uxie can be obtained in Pokémon Platinum, Diamond, and Pearl in Acuity Cavern.
|Shaymin (Sky Forme)||Grass/Flying|
Everything you ever wanted to know about Sinnoh Legendary Pokémon is inside this book! Discover the origins of mysterious and unique Pokémon from Azelf to Uxie, Giratina to Shaymin. It’s your essential guide to Sinnoh’s rarest and most powerful Pokémon.
- Darkrai is incorrectly stated to be a Psychic-type, instead of a Dark-type.
- On the pages for Shaymin's two forms, "Gracidea" is misspelled as "Gracedia".
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