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List of Pokémon with form differences

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===Sinistea and Polteageist===
{{p|Sinistea}} and {{p|Polteageist}} have two forms, Phony Form and Antique Form<ref name="guide">[[Pokémon Sword & Pokémon Shield: The Official Galar Region Strategy Guide]]</ref>. Phony Form Sinistea require a [[Cracked Pot]] to evolve into Polteageist, while Antique Form requires a [[Chipped Pot]]. The Antique Form of both species has a mark of authenticity hidden on its base. They also have distinct Pokédex entries. Otherwise, their stats, Abilities, and moves are identical.
===Zacian and Zamazenta{{anchor|Zacian}}{{anchor|Zamazenta}}===
The [[Legendary Pokémon]] {{p|Zacian}} and {{p|Zamazenta}} have two forms each that change their appearance, stats, and types. Their default forms are both called Hero of Many Battles, while in {{pkmn|battle}}, Zacian becomes Crowned Sword Zacian if holding its [[Rusted Sword]], while ZacianZamazenta becomes Crowned SwordShield Zamazenta if holding its signature [[Rusted Shield]]. Similar to {{p|Xerneas}}, Zacian and Zamazenta will appear in their Hero of Many Battles form outside of battle even if they are holding their signature items, such as when the player is {{pkmn|Camp}}ing.
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During the climax of {{g|Sword and Shield}}, the player confronts a powered-up version of {{p|Eternatus}} known as Eternamax Eternatus, which is fought in a semi-scripted [[Max Raid Battle]] and uses [[Max Move]]s like a [[Dynamax]]ed Pokémon. This form has the highest base stats of any form of Pokémon to date, and is currently unobtainable by the player. However, the form can be seen when Eternatus uses {{m|Eternabeam}}, although it does not affect Eternatus's base stats or any aspects of gameplay.
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