Pokemon Sword and Shield Possible Leaks

Pokemon Sword and Shield are the upcoming Nintendo Switch full-fledged versions of the Pokemon game. We're taking a look at some of the Sword and Shield leaks that have come out ahead of time! While one of the listed leaks ended up being a fake, we've got another one that has some information that was verified by the Pokemon Direct!

Potentially Verified Pokemon Sword and Shield Leak

While the Pokedex list turned out to be a fake, this leak has at least some verified information. It was leaked in the middle of May and had a bunch of stuff that was true based on the June 5th Pokemon Direct. That doesn't mean everything that is listed is going to be fact, but it does make the rest of it a lot more likely.

Your rival is named Hop, but you will also be facing of against Bede and Marnie

Team Yell is the gang in this game, who are well meaning fans of Marnie causing trouble

To become part of the gym challenge, you will have to get an endorsement. Bede gets an endorsement from Chairman Rose and his secretary Oleana

Eternatus is the evil legendary. The other legendary will be a wolf, who will either have a shield mane or hold a sword like Great Wolf Sif. Don't recall its name

Dynamaxing and Gigantamaxing are new dynamics that will supersize pokemon in specific areas. Gigantamaxing is different from dynamax as it changes what the pokemon looks like. Meowth looks like long cat. Lapras gets layers like musical bars to its shell and musical notes. Pikachu looks like retro fat pikachu

Sonia is Leon's former rival who is researching the dynamax phenomenon at the behest of her grandmother and professor of the game.

Some pokemon, like Farfechtd, will get regional evolutions, like Sirfechtd. Meowth looks like a ball of spiky grey fur

Skwovet and Greedunt iirc are chipmunk pokemon who will hide in berry trees and attack randomly if you shake for too many berries. If they attack, you lose half the berries that dropped.

The fourth gym is the first Fairy type gym, led by an actress named Opal. Milo, Nessa, and Kabu are the first ones.

Before fighting the gym leaders, you have to complete the gym challenges. - Milo has you herding sheep pokemon named Wooloo, but Pamper, electric corgi pokemon, will startle them and send them rolling elsewhere. - Nessa has you running through a maze where water blocks the way - Kabu requires you to catch pokemon and get 5 points, but you have to be in a party battle with another trainer who's also trying to catch it

While there is a transit system, you will have to go through the Wild Area at times, an open world biome that has a weather system and little pockets where wild pokemon dynamax and have to be beaten in a for person raid. You will randomly see nearby players and interact with them to get their league cards and items

Camping is how you play with pokemon now. You'll get two toys, a feather toy and toy pokeball, which can raise friendship. You can make curry which will raise starts and friendliness

Pokémon will not walk beside you in the overworld map

Scorbunny will have fighting moves, but is pure fighter. It becomes Raboot, but I don't remember the final evolution, except that it looks like a fighter. It looks humanoid

Sobble becomes Sizzile and then Intelleon, a chameleon with a spy theme

Grookey will end up as a giant gorilla that beats a wood drum to attack.

There's a lot I'm missing, but I wasn't planning on leaking until now. I'm angry and upset, and while I liked what I saw, I didn't get too far.

The best Pokémon so far is the blue seagull who when it dives, either gets a barracuda in its mouth or a pikachu, which it launches at its enemy

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Fake Pokedex Leaked List

Update: It looks like the list was a fake unfortunately, at least based on the Pokemon that were shown in the Pokemon Direct! We'll be more careful in the future to vet our leaks better to make sure they have more proof behind them.

We've got a list of the currently known Pokemon coming to the game right here!

List of Actual Revealed Pokemon at the Pokemon Direct

  • Wooloo (Sheep Pokemon)
  • Gossifleur (Flowering Pokemon)
  • Eldegoss (Cotton Bloom Pokemon) (Evolves from Gossifleur)
  • Drednaw (Bite Pokemon)
  • Corviknight (Raven Pokemon)
  • Zamazenta (Legendary Shield Pokemon?)
  • Zacian (Legendary Sword Pokemon?)

Fake Pokdex List

Just keeping this list here so you can see what was leaked and how it was fake.

  • 808: Meltan (Hex Nut Pokémon) (Steel) (Base)
  • 809: Melmetal (Hex Nut Pokémon) (Steel) (Evolves from 808)
  • 810: Grookey (Chimp Pokémon) (Grass) (Base)
  • 811: Drumpan (Beat Chimp Pokémon) (Grass) (Evolves from 810)
  • 812: Chimpongo (Beat Chimp Pokémon) (Grass) (Evolves from 811)
  • 813: Scorbunny (Rabbit Pokémon) (Fire) (Base)
  • 814: Hoppyre (Rabbit Pokémon) (Fire) (Evolves from 813)
  • 815: Moltare (Tempering Pokémon) (Fire/Steel) (Evolves from 814)
  • 816: Sobble (Water Lizard Pokémon) (Water) (Base)
  • 817: Nerviz (Water Lizard Pokémon) (Water/Ghost) (Evolves from 816)
  • 818: Fearliz (Water Lizard Pokémon) (Water/Ghost) ((Evolves from 817)
  • 819: Joypu (Rodent Pokémon) (Normal) (Base)
  • 820: Felutria (Rodent Pokémon) (Normal) (Evolves from 819)
  • 821: Weasense (Weasel Pokemon) (Psychic) (Base)
  • 822: Ibrisk (Bird Pokémon) (Normal/Flying) (Base)
  • 823: Hadedagile (Bird Pokémon) (Normal/Flying) (Evolves from 823)
  • 824: Bruceros (Vengeful Pokémon) (Dark/Flying) (Evolves from 824)
  • 825: Twinkape (Light Pokémon) (Electric/Normal) (Base)
  • 826: Gorillight (Bright Light Pokémon) (Electric/Psychic) (Evolves from 826)
  • 827: Illuminape (Bright Light Pokémon) (Electric/Psychic) (Evolves from 827)
  • 828: Geolphin (Dolphin Pokémon) (Water/Rock) (Base)
  • 829: Kuduum (Vacuum Pokémon) (Psychic) (Base)
  • 830: Cheetorch (Cheetah Pokémon) (Fire) (Base)
  • 831: Heatah (Cheetah Pokémon) (Fire) (Evolves from 830)
  • 832: Gecold (Cold-blooded Pokémon) (Ice/Dragon) (Base)
  • 833: Iguanice (Cold-blooded Pokémon) (Ice/Dragon) (Evolves from 832)
  • 834: Fromodo (Cold-blooded Pokémon) (Ice/Dragon) (Evolves from 833)
  • 835: Spiceed (Hot Seed Pokémon) (Fire/Grass) (Base)
  • 836: Pepperi (Chili Pepper Pokémon) (Fire/Grass) (Evolves from 835)
  • 837: Tralmation (Loyal Pokémon) (Normal) (Base)
  • 838: Nitemite (Termite Pokémon) (Bug/Dark) (Base)
  • 839: Blattodusk (Roach Pokémon) (Bug/Dark) (Evolves from 838)
  • 840: Vangel (Sickness Pokémon) (Fairy/Poison) (Base)
  • 841: Minobi (Ninjitsu Pokémon) (Fighting) (Base)
  • 842: Ninjoule (Neo-Ninjitsu Pokémon) (Fighting/Electric) (Evolves from 841)
  • 843: Fluinja (Neo-Ninjitsu Pokémon) (Fighting/Water) (Evolves from 841)
  • 844: Tokoloco (Bad Spirit Pokémon) (Ghost/Normal) (Base)
  • 845: Dowdeer (Worn-out Pokémon) (Normal) (Base)
  • 846: Raggedeer (Worn-out Pokémon) (Normal/Grass) (Evolves from 845)
  • 847: Musanda (EleRodent Pokémon) (Electric/Ice) (Base)
  • 848: Glumink (Sticky Pokémon) (Poison/Normal) (Base)
  • 849: Fumink (Fume Pokémon) (Poison/Ghost) (Base)
  • 850: Frugon (Tropical Pokémon) (Grass/Dragon)
  • 851: Cubocado (Fruit Cat Pokémon) (Grass) (Base)
  • 852: Guaguar (Fruit Cat Pokémon) (Grass/Dark) (Evolves from 851)
  • 853: Salmint (Herb Fish Pokémon) (Water/Grass) (Base)
  • 854: Quakeon (Fissure Pokémon) (Ground) (Evolves from 133)
  • 855: Titaneon (Hardened Pokémon) (Steel) (Evolves from 133)
  • 856: Crocodrip (Big Lizard Pokémon) (Rock/Water) (Base)
  • 857: Crocodice (Blade Tail Pokémon) (Steel/Water) (Evolves from 856)
  • 858: Chopodile (Blade Tail Pokémon) (Steel/Water) (Evolves from 857)
  • 859: Magnifly (Optical Pokémon) (Bug) (Base)
  • 860: Flycroscope (Optical Pokémon) (Bug/Psychic) (Evolves from 859)
  • 861: Drippo (Hippopotamus Pokémon) (Water) (Base)
  • 862: Hippour (Hippopotamus Pokemon) (Water) (Evolves from 861)
  • 863: Blimpala (Aviate Pokémon) (Fairy/Flying) (Base)
  • 864: TNTiny (Explosive Pokémon) (Rock/Fire) (Base)
  • 865: Dynamighty (Explosion Pokémon) (Rock/Fire) (Evolves from 864)
  • 866: Burkey (Turkey Pokémon) (Fire/Flying) (Base)
  • 867: Flurkey (Turkey Pokémon) (Fire/Flying) (Evolves from 866)
  • 868: Antegnat (Signal Pokémon) (Bug/Flying) (Base)
  • 869: Beequency (Signal Pokémon) (Bug/Flying) (Evolves from 868)
  • 870: Utensoul (Cutlery Pokémon) (Ghost/Steel) (Base)
  • 871: Cutlereep (Cutlery Pokémon) (Ghost/Steel) (Evolves from 870)
  • 872: Dekoi (Distraction Pokémon) (Water/Dark) (Base)
  • 873: Burrole (Mole-Rat Pokémon) (Ground/Fighting) (Base)
  • 874: Blesmine (Mole-Rat Pokémon) (Ground/Fighting) (Evolves from 873)
  • 875: Spectoplas (Spectral Pokémon) (Ghost/Psychic) (Base)
  • 876: Amphibber (Dishonest Pokémon) (Dark/Poison) (Base)
  • 877: Scoundrog (Outlaw Pokémon) (Dark/Poison) (Evolves from 876)
  • 878: Frogue (Outlaw Pokémon) (Dark/Poison) (Evolves from 877)
  • 879: Bubbull (Water Buffalo Pokémon) (Water) (Base)
  • 880: Buffaloat (Water Buffalo Pokémon) (Water) (Evolves from 879)
  • 881: Twisprout (Choreo Pokémon) (Grass/Fairy) (Base)
  • 882: Jivine (Choreo Pokémon) (Grass/Fairy) (Evolves from 881)
  • 883: Pantsulog (Choreo Pokémon) (Grass/Fairy) (Evolves from 882)
  • 884: Snomad (Nomad Pokémon) (Ice) (Base)
  • 885: Shermit (Isolation Pokémon) (Ice) (Evolves from 885)
  • 886: Icetic (Isolation Pokémon) (Ice) (Evolves from 886)
  • 887: Pixurroun (Protection Pokemon) (Fairy) (Base)
  • 888: Faireathe (Protection Pokemon) (Fairy) (Evolves from 887)
  • 889: Cobez (Hard Metal Pokémon) (Steel) (Base)
  • 890: Titaniquus (Hard Metal Pokémon) (Steel) (Evolves from 889)
  • 891: Zebralloy (Hard Metal Pokémon) (Steel/Rock) (Evolves from 890)
  • 892: Zebrode (Electrode Pokémon) (Steel/Electric) (Evolves from 890)
  • 893: Larvibe (Show-off Pokémon) (Bug) (Base)
  • 894: Swaggot (Show-off Pokémon) (Bug/Ice) (Evolves from 893)
  • 895: Blingsec (Show-off Pokémon) (Bug/Ice) (Evolves from 894)
  • 896: Broccool (Broccoli Pokémon) (Grass/Ice) (Base)
  • 897: Camould (Brittle Pokémon) (Ground) (Base)
  • 898: Ceraffe (Brittle Pokémon) (Ground) (Evolves from 897)
  • 899: Lamouflage (Lamb Pokémon) (Ghost/Normal) (Base)
  • 900: Ramouflage (Sheep Pokémon) (Ghost/Normal) (Evolves from 899)
  • 901: Sprink (Spring Pokémon) (Rock/Steel) (Base)
  • 902: Skoil (Spring Pokémon) (Rock/Steel) (Evolves from 901)
  • 903: Sarkion (Ionisation Pokémon) (Rock/Electric)
  • 904: Sparkastodon (Ionisation Pokémon) (Rock/Electric) (Evolves from 903)
  • 905: Graboon (Collector Pokémon) (Fighting) (Evolves from 766) (Passimian)
  • 906: Dunsprite (Land Snake Pokémon) (Normal/Fairy) (Evolves from 206) (Dunsparce)
  • 907: Currachnid (EleSpider Pokémon) (Bug/Electric) (Evolves from 596) (Galvantula)
  • 908: Goosh (White Bird Pokémon) (Water/Flying) (Evolves from 581) (Swanna)
  • 909: Infatuave (Rendezvous Pokémon) (Water/Fairy) (Evolves from 370) (Luvdisc)
  • 910: Tuskord (Armour Pokémon) (Ground) (Evolves from 232) (Donphan)
  • 911: Marveline (Constraint Pokémon) (Psychic) (Evolves from 678) (Meowstic)
  • 912: Sangorutang (Healer Pokémon) (Normal/Psychic) (Evolves from 765) (Oranguru)
  • 913: Goregon (Vicious Pokémon) (Dragon/Ghost) (Evolves from 621) (Druddigon)
  • 914: Pandominate (Daunting Pokémon) (Fighting/Dark) (Evolves from 675) (Pangoro)
  • 915: Bascrap (Shredder Pokémon) (Water/Steel) (Evolves from 550) (Basculin)
  • 916: Climake (Weather Pokémon) (Normal) (Evolves from 351) (Castform)
  • 917: Napiat (Taipan Pokémon) (Poison/Dark) (Evolves from 024) (Arbok)
  • 918: Fyuming (Poison Gas Pokémon) (Poison/Fire) (Evolves from 110) (Weezing)
  • 919: Rewop (Plasma Pokémon) (Electric/Ghost) (Evolves from 479) (Rotom)
  • 920: Fuegasus (Pegasus Pokémon) (Fire/Flying) (Evolves from 078) (Rapidash)
  • 921: Sumongous (Sumo Pokémon) (Fighting) (Evolves from 297) (Hariyama)
  • 922: Heliozard (Generator Pokémon) (Electric/Dragon) (Evolves from 695) (Heliolisk)
  • 923: Shavitty (Machining Pokémon) (Normal/Steel) (Base)
  • 924: Granther (Machining Pokémon) (Normal/Steel) (Evolves from 923)
  • 925: Belugold (Beluga Whale Pokémon) (Water/Ice) (Base)
  • 926: Taterato (Spud Pokémon) (Normal/Grass) (Base)
  • 927: Brixie (Stone Pokémon) (Rock/Fairy) (Base)
  • 928: Pebbimp (Stone Pokémon) (Rock/Fairy) (Evolves from 927)
  • 929: Brukpuk (Stone Pokémon) (Rock/Fairy) (Evolves from 928)
  • 930: Babos (Bush Pokémon) (Grass) (Base)
  • 931: Groomeld (Tree Pokémon) (Grass) (Evolves from 930)
  • 932: Boaboom (Big Tree Pokémon) (Grass/Ground) (Evolves from 931)
  • 933: Volkida (Strike Pokémon) (Steel/Fight) (Base)
  • 934: Varskyt (Protection Pokémon) (Steel/Dark) (Base)
  • 935: Ulfazo (Clentch Pokémon) (Steel/Ground) (Base)
  • 936: Eqolos (Titan Pokémon) (Fire/Fairy) (Base)
  • 937: Duxerunt (Royalty Pokémon) (Fairy/Grass) (Base)
  • 938: Krolipa (Royalty Pokémon) (Ice/Grass) (Base)
  • 939: Ríbera (Royalty Pokémon) (Rock/Grass) (Base)
  • 940: Gusgard (Royal Guard Pokémon) (Flying) (Base)
  • 941: Sikazmija (Incision Pokémon) (Poison/Steel) (Base)

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    1. The Pokedex is fake, it says that in the post. The first leak is potentially real, it mentioned Wooloo: “Milo has you herding sheep pokemon named Wooloo”.

    2. None of the revealed 7 pokemon are in this list. 100% fake. Plus Meltan and Melmetal are officially gen 7; not gen – because they appear before the starters:Remember all generations start with their starters and their evolutions first; then the rest of the pokemon from that region follow.

      1. Not all generations start with the starters because victini is a mythical pokemon from the univa region and its before snivy. So please don’t make facts that aren’t 100 percent true and meltan and melmetal are gen 7 pokemon yes from the time the pokemon was released but it has only been in let’s go pikachu and eevee and honestly how do we not know if it is going to be first in the galar region pokedex. We don’t have a full legal pokedex confirmed yet so please just have an idea that some of these might be true or or not.