In Sinnoh's distant past as Hisui, the Snowpoint Temple is at the far northern end of the Alabaster Icelands above the Pearl Settlement. Its layout is almost inverted from its Sinnoh counterpart—it is five floors high (including the rooftop) and has one basement level. The temple has puzzles which involve observing statues of the Legendary giants arranged in specific patterns around the floor. Braviary is obtained here as a Ride Pokémon.
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The Snowpoint Temple is a temple at the northernmost point of the Sinnoh region. Throughout the temple are ice-sliding puzzles, and at one point Strength is necessary to obtain an item. The wild Pokémon that can be found inside the temple are mostly cave and Ice-type Pokémon. The Snowpoint Temple has no Trainers; only the chosen are permitted to enter the temple.
In Pokémon Legends: Arceus, Snowpoint Temple is a multi-leveled structure with floors full of puzzles and strong wild Pokémon. The first floor has a parallel rows of stone statues facing each other. Each statue is adorned with one of three symbols representing the Rock, Ice, and Steeltypes, which correspond to Regirock, Regice, and Registeel, respectively. The next three upper floors have the same statues arranged in specific locations. No wild Pokémon spawn on these floors. The roof of the temple is accessible.
Regigigas can be caught during Mission 24: "The Plate of Snowpoint Temple ", which becomes available after completion of Mission 20: "The Researcher of Myths". Despite Pokémon in Legends: Arceus having no abilities, this Regigigas still acts as though it has Slow Start. It is also coded to never be Shiny.
In Pillars of Friendship!, the Regigigas residing in it went on rampage after J destroyed the three pillars that protected it. However, it was calmed down by the end of the episode. Brandon later decided to stay at the temple to fix the damage J had caused.
Snowpoint Temple appeared in The Adventure. Red's Pikachu was seen battling a wildProbopass outside of the temple, until the commotion caused Regigigas to awaken from its slumber and emerge from the temple to attack the two Pokémon.
The following is a list of cards named Snowpoint Temple.
Related cards Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format. Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.