Crown Tundra: How to get Registeel

To ring the piercing note that will wake the giant of steel, what could that mean? Find out in our guide!

Side quests can be entertaining in gaming, especially when small little riddles involve your brain somewhat. In the latest Pokémon Sword and Shield DLC, the Crown Tundra, you can find 4 hidden tombs among the snowy plains, and before you can enter any of these ruins, you must first work out the riddle etched on each one of the entrances.

How to find and capture Registeel

To get Registeel in The Crown Tundra, you will need to ring the piercing note that will wake the giant of steel. To do this, all you will need to do is whistle! To whistle, just press the left thumbstick in. That is all there is to it to this puzzle, you'll be able to head inside the temple. Once inside, just step on each of the circles on the ground to light them up at least once. When they are all lit up, the ground will shake and the statue will light up. Interact with the statue you will then battle with Registeel.

To find the steel ruins of Registeel's temple, go to the Giant's Bed region, south of Freezingston. Look to the west side of the area, and you should see a Watt Trader, who marks as a perfect waypoint of where this temple is located.

A screenshot of the map in Pokemon Sword and Shield of the area of the Crown Tundra showing where Registeel's ruins is found

When you approach the ruins, just like the others, you cannot enter without solving this riddle: Ring the piercing note that will wake the giant of steel. This one is the easiest yet the shrewdest one to solve, as we mentioned previously, all you need to do is whistle to open up the doors.

Once inside, there will be circles on the ground that light up when you walk over them. Quickly light them all up, and a text box saying the presence has changed in the air. This is key to walk up to the massive statue and interact with it - starting a fight with the Level 7o legendary steel-type Pokémon. We hope you brought a lot of Ultraballs to capture it!

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