Pokemon Sword and Shield Calyrex is a Psychic and Grass Type, which makes it weak against Ghost, Dark, , Poison, Fire, Ice, Bug type moves. You can find and catch Calyrex using our guide below on How To Obtain this pokemon. The Max IV Stats of Calyrex are 100 HP, 80 Attack, 80 SP Attack, 80 Defense, 80 SP Defense, and 80 Speed.
List of Calyrex Max IV Stats in Pokemon SW SH.
Based on this pokemon's stats we consider the best nature for Calyrex to have is Timid, this will increase it's Speed and decrease it's Attack stats.
Sword Pokedex Entry
This Pokémon ruled all of Galar in ancient times. Though it appears delicate and slight, its every move is filled with grace and dignity. It also has extremely high intelligence, and it’s said to see every past, present, and future event.
Pokemon Sword and Shield Calyrex Evolutions
How do i evolve Calyrex in Pokemon Sword and Shield?
Currently Pokemon Sword and Shield Calyrex does not have an evolution form in Generation 8.
Calyrex Locations in Pokemon Sword and Shield
Where do i find and how to get Calyrex?
Calyrex does not normally spawn in the wild, you will need to find this pokemon using a different method.
The Sacred Bonds of Sovereign and Steed Guide and How To Get Calyrex Legendary Pokemon.
Location: Crown Shrine
- At the start of the Crown Tundra Story, you will receive Legendary Clues when joining Peony's Expedition.
- Examine the Statue in the middle of Freezington.
- Go to Peony's Camp and take the Wooden Crown and bring it to the Statue.
- Calyrex will appear; you can not catch it here. You will have to make it faint.
- Calyrex asks you to speak to the townsfolk and ask them if they remember it.
- Speak to the old man near the Farmland, the two old women standing together, the old women with a Spheal, and finally speak to the Mayor.
- Return to Calyrex, and it will ask you to speak to everyone again to ask them about the Legendary Steed. The Mayor, this time, will be missing, and you will need to find him.
- Go to Giant's Bed to find the Mayor; he should be standing near some farmland. Speak to him.
- Go to the Mayor's House and read the books on his shelves; this will teach you about the Carrots that will attract the Legendary Steed.
- Speak to Calyrex to learn which Locations to plant a Carrot to attract the Legendary.
- Speak to the old man standing next to crops in town. He will sell you Carrot Seeds in exchange for Dynite Ore. You can get Dynite Ore from Dynamax Adventures.
- You can only grow one Carrot, and depending on the location will determine which Legendary Steed you will get. Growing the Carrot in Snowslide Slope will summon Glastrier, while growing the Carrot in the Old Cemetery will bring out Spectrier. This will determine what secondary type Calyrex will become.
- Once planting the Carrot, Calyrex will use its power to grow the Carrot. Once grown and picked, the Steed will appear nearby and will head off into Freezington, and you will need to go after it.
- Fight the Steed; you will not be able to capture it, so make it faint instead.
- Obtain the Tuft of hair from it and speak to Calyrex.
- Speak to Calyrex. He will give you a Radiant Bloom.
- Talk to the Mayor about the Reigns of Unity. He will explain to you that he cannot make them. Peony will enter the room and offer to make the Reigns of Unity for you.
- After leaving the building with the Reigns of Unity, Calyrex will tell you that the Steed has made its way to the Crown Shrine.
- Travel to the top of Snowslide Slope and find the entrance to the Tunnel To The Top.
- Follow the path up to the Crown Shrine.
- Calyrex will tame the Steed with the Reigns of Unity and will thank you for what you have done. He will now want to battle you. You can now capture Calyrex and the Steed.
- Speak to Peony, and you will have finished the quest.
Note: You need to be Champion in order to catch Calyrex.
Pokemon Sword and Shield Calyrex Raids
Where do i find Calyrex Raids?
This pokemon does not spawn as a raid.
Pokemon Sword and Shield Calyrex Weakness
Calyrex is a Psychic and Grass Type pokemon. This will cause it to take More Damage from Ghost, Dark, , Poison, Fire, Ice, Bug Type Moves and will take Less Damage from Fighting, Psychic, Ground, Water, Grass, Electric type moves.
|Immune to Damage|
What pokemon is Calyrex Weak Against?
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What pokemon is Calyrex Strong Against?
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Pokemon SW and SH Calyrex Moves List
What moves can Calyrex learn from TMs, TRs, and Leveling?
Calyrex can learn the type move at level . This move Bolded Pow numbers are adjusted for this pokemon's Psychic and Grass type +50% STAB damage.
Calyrex Level Up Moves
|1|| Mega Drain|
|8|| Life Dew|
|16|| Giga Drain|
|32|| Helping Hand|
|48|| Energy Ball|
|64|| Leech Seed|
|72|| Heal Pulse|
|80|| Solar Beam|
|88|| Future Sight|
TM Moves Calyrex can learn
|TM02||Pay Day||Physical||40||100||20||A small amount of money is gained after the battle resolves.|
|TM08||Hyper Beam||Special||150||90||5||User must recharge next turn.|
|TM09||Giga Impact||Physical||150||90||5||User must recharge next turn.|
|TM10||Magical Leaf||Special||90||—||20||Ignores Accuracy and Evasiveness.|
|TM11||Solar Beam||Special||180||100||10||Charges on first turn, attacks on second.|
|TM12||Solar Blade||Physical||187.5||100||10||Charges on first turn, attacks on second.|
|TM17||Light Screen||Status||—||—||30||Halves damage from Special attacks for 5 turns.|
|TM18||Reflect||Status||—||—||20||Halves damage from Physical attacks for 5 turns.|
|TM19||Safeguard||Status||—||—||25||The user's party is protected from status conditions.|
|TM21||Rest||Status||—||—||10||User sleeps for 2 turns, but user is fully healed.|
|TM24||Snore||Special||50||100||15||Can only be used if asleep. May cause flinching.|
|TM25||Protect||Status||—||—||10||Protects the user, but may fail if used consecutively.|
|TM28||Giga Drain||Special||112.5||100||10||User recovers half the HP inflicted on opponent.|
|TM34||Sunny Day||Status||—||—||5||Makes it sunny for 5 turns.|
|TM39||Facade||Physical||70||100||20||Power doubles if user is burned, poisoned, or paralyzed.|
|TM40||Swift||Special||60||—||20||Ignores Accuracy and Evasiveness.|
|TM41||Helping Hand||Status||—||—||20||In Double Battles, boosts the power of the partner's move.|
|TM44||Imprison||Status||—||—||10||Opponent is unable to use moves that the user also knows.|
|TM50||Bullet Seed||Physical||37.5||100||30||Hits 2-5 times in one turn.|
|TM60||Power Swap||Status||—||—||10||User and opponent swap Attack and Special Attack.|
|TM61||Guard Swap||Status||—||—||10||User and opponent swap Defense and Special Defense.|
|TM62||Speed Swap||Status||—||—||10||The user exchanges Speed stats with the target.|
|TM70||Trick Room||Status||—||—||5||Slower Pokémon move first in the turn for 5 turns.|
|TM71||Wonder Room||Status||—||—||10||Swaps every Pokémon's Defense and Special Defense for 5 turns.|
|TM72||Magic Room||Status||—||—||10||Suppresses the effects of held items for five turns.|
|TM76||Round||Special||60||100||15||Power increases if teammates use it in the same turn.|
|TM87||Draining Kiss||Special||50||100||10||User recovers most the HP inflicted on opponent.|
|TM88||Grassy Terrain||Status||—||—||10||Restores a little HP of all Pokémon for 5 turns.|
|TM91||Psychic Terrain||Status||—||—||10||Prevents priority moves from being used for 5 turns.|
Calyrex TR Moves
|TR11||Psychic||Special||135||100||10||May lower opponent's Special Defense.|
|TR12||Agility||Status||—||—||30||Sharply raises user's Speed.|
|TR14||Metronome||Status||—||—||10||User performs almost any move in the game at random.|
|TR19||Tri Attack||Special||80||100||10||May paralyze, burn or freeze opponent.|
|TR20||Substitute||Status||—||—||10||Uses HP to creates a decoy that takes hits.|
|TR25||Psyshock||Special||120||100||10||Inflicts damage based on the target's Defense, not Special Defense.|
|TR26||Endure||Status||—||—||10||Always left with at least 1 HP, but may fail if used consecutively.|
|TR27||Sleep Talk||Status||—||—||10||User performs one of its own moves while sleeping.|
|TR29||Baton Pass||Status||—||—||40||User switches out and gives stat changes to the incoming Pokémon.|
|TR30||Encore||Status||—||100||5||Forces opponent to keep using its last move for 3 turns.|
|TR34||Future Sight||Special||180||100||10||Damage occurs 2 turns later.|
|TR38||Trick||Status||—||100||10||Swaps held items with the opponent.|
|TR40||Skill Swap||Status||—||—||10||The user swaps Abilities with the opponent.|
|TR49||Calm Mind||Status||—||—||20||Raises user's Special Attack and Special Defense.|
|TR65||Energy Ball||Special||135||100||10||May lower opponent's Special Defense.|
|TR69||Zen Headbutt||Physical||120||90||15||May cause flinching.|
|TR71||Leaf Storm||Special||195||90||5||Sharply lowers user's Special Attack.|
|TR77||Grass Knot||Special||—||100||20||The heavier the opponent, the stronger the attack.|
|TR82||Stored Power||Special||30||100||10||Power increases when user's stats have been raised.|
|TR83||Ally Switch||Status||—||—||15||User switches with opposite teammate.|
|TR96||Pollen Puff||Special||90||100||15||Deals damage to opponent or restores HP of teammate.|