In 2019, Nintendo launched Pokemon Sword and Shield, and gamers are still receiving in-game rewards. Pokemon trainers can now look forward to two new freebies, regardless of whether they’re playing Sword or Shield.
Serebii, a well-known Pokemon wiki, has announced that owners of Pokemon Sword and Shield will soon get two free Pokemon. By signing up for the Pokemon Trainers Club email by September 25 at the latest, you’ll be able to get these Pokemon. Dada Zarude and Shiny Celebi are the two Pokemon featured in the October newsletter.
The Pokemon Trainers Club newsletter will provide fans with up-to-date information about their favorite series on a regular basis. This contains information about the main series and spin-offs, as well as the anime and its films and the Pokemon trading card game.
Free Pokemon like the Dada Zarude and Shiny Celebi are periodically issued as part of the newsletter’s promotions, making it a must-subscribe for gamers who wish to be named Pokemon Master.
When the next version of Pokemon is released, serial codes for Dada Zarude and Shiny Celebi will be included in the Pokemon Trainers Club email. Players of Pokemon Sword and Shield will receive these codes on October 7, giving them only a month to wait.
As a consequence of the promotion, Sword and Shield trainers who haven’t signed up for the Pokemon Trainers Club newsletter may expect to see more Dada Zarude and Shiny Celebi in bouts in the near future.
Trainers of Pokemon Sword and Shield will be welcomed with a Level 70 Pokemon wearing the Choice Scarf item if they get Dada Zarude. Jungle Healing, Hammer Arm, Power Whip, and Energy Ball are among its first moves. Shiny Celebi may be obtained using a Lucky Egg item at the lower level of 60. Magical Leaf, Future Sight, Life Dew, and Heal Bell are Celebi’s moves at the time of release.
As a newer Pokemon, this is one of the first opportunities for Pokemon enthusiasts to obtain a unique Zarude. Zarude made an appearance in the most recent Pokemon film, Coco, and the hybrid-type Pokemon is set to join more Pokemon Sword and Shield teams.
Since its debut to the Pokedex in the second generation, Shiny Celebi has been available through different promotions, but this is the easiest option for Sword and Shield players to get the legendary Pokemon.
Players will be able to input the serial codes in the Mystery Gift menu once they are published. Pokemon trainers will need to be connected to the internet in order to get both Dada Zarude and Shiny Celebi. Players must first enter the regular X menu in order to access the Mystery Gift menu.