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Pokemon Sword and Shield Shelgon

Pokemon Sword and Shield Shelgon is a Dragon Type Endurance Pokémon, which makes it weak against Ice, Dragon, Fairy type moves. You can find and catch Shelgon in Tunnel to the Top with a 10% chance to appear during All Weather weather. The Max IV Stats of Shelgon are 65 HP, 95 Attack, 60 SP Attack, 100 Defense, 50 SP Defense, and 50 Speed.

Pokemon Sword and Shield Shelgon
Regular
Shiny
Shelgon Galar Pokedex ID: C372

List of Shelgon Max IV Stats in Pokemon SW SH.

StatAmountBar Graph
Total420
HP65
Attack95
Defense100
Special Attack60
Special Defense50
Speed50

Based on this pokemon's stats we consider the best nature for Shelgon to have is Lax, this will increase it's Defense and decrease it's Sp. Def stats.

Shelgon Abilities

Ability Type Effect
Rock HeadNormal
OvercoatHidden

Pokemon Sword and Shield Shelgon Evolutions

How do i get Shelgon's evolution in Pokemon Sword and Shield?

Pokemon Sword and Shield Bagon evolves into Shelgon when you reach Level 30. Shelgon then evolves into its final evolution Salamence when you reach Level 50.

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Level 30
Shelgon
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Level 50
Salamence
Pokemon CP Atk Def Sp Atk Sp Def Hp Spd
Bagon
300756040304550
Shelgon
4209510060506550
Salamence
600135801108095100

Shelgon Locations in Pokemon Sword and Shield

Where do i find and how to get Shelgon?

Shelgon does not spawn in the wild. Instead you can catch Bagon and evolve it into Shelgon. A popular spawn location you can find Bagon is in the Tunnel to the Top area with a 10% chance to spawn during All weather.

Shelgon is a Pokemon Sword Exclusive Pokemon and can only be found within the Sword Version of the game.

Overworld Spawns (Visible in-game)

Pokemon Location Weather Spawn Lvl
Tunnel to the Top
10%60 - 65
Tunnel to the Top
?65 - 65
Tunnel to the Top
?65 - 65
Tunnel to the Top
?65 - 65
Tunnel to the Top
?65 - 65
Tunnel to the Top
?65 - 65
Tunnel to the Top
?65 - 65
Tunnel to the Top
?65 - 65
Tunnel to the Top
?65 - 65
Tunnel to the Top
?68 - 68
Tunnel to the Top
?68 - 68
Tunnel to the Top
?68 - 68
Tunnel to the Top
?68 - 68
Tunnel to the Top
?68 - 68
Tunnel to the Top
?68 - 68
Tunnel to the Top
?68 - 68
Tunnel to the Top
?68 - 68
Path to the Peak
?68 - 68
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Pokemon Sword and Shield Shelgon Raids

Where do i find Shelgon Raids?

You can find Shelgon raids in the following locations: Giant's Bed, Path to the Peak, Frigid Sea, Three-Point Pass, Ballimere Lake.

You can Click/Tap the links below to view where to find Shelgon Raid Spawn Locations in Pokemon Sw and Sh.

Shelgon Raid is exclusive and can only be found within the Pokemon Sword Version of the game.

Pokemon Sword and Shield Shelgon Weakness

Shelgon is a Dragon Type pokemon. This will cause it to take More Damage from Ice, Dragon, Fairy Type Moves and will take Less Damage from Fire, Water, Grass, Electric type moves.

Damage Types
4.0x
Damage
2.0x
Damage
Ice
Dragon
Fairy
0.5x
Damage
Fire
Water
Grass
Electric
0.25x
Damage
Immune to Damage

What pokemon is Shelgon Weak Against?

Pokemon Type 1 Type 2 CP

What pokemon is Shelgon Strong Against?

Pokemon Type 1 Type 2 CP
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Pokemon SW and SH Shelgon Moves List

What moves can Shelgon learn from TMs, TRs, and Leveling?

Shelgon can learn the normal type move Protect at level Evolve. This Status move Protects the user, but may fail if used consecutively. Bolded Pow numbers are adjusted for this pokemon's Dragon type +50% STAB damage.

Shelgon Level Up Moves

Lvl Move Type Class Pow Acc PP Effect
EvolveProtectStatus10Protects the user, but may fail if used consecutively.
1EmberSpecial4010025May burn opponent.
1LeerStatus10030Lowers opponent's Defense.
1BitePhysical6010025May cause flinching.
1Dragon BreathSpecial9010020May paralyze opponent.
15HeadbuttPhysical7010015May cause flinching.
20Scary FaceStatus10010Sharply lowers opponent's Speed.
25CrunchPhysical8010015May lower opponent's Defense.
33Dragon ClawPhysical12010015
39Zen HeadbuttPhysical809015May cause flinching.
46Focus EnergyStatus30Increases critical hit ratio.
53FlamethrowerSpecial9010015May burn opponent.
60OutragePhysical18010010User attacks for 2-3 turns but then becomes confused.
67Double-EdgePhysical12010015User receives recoil damage.

TM Moves Shelgon can learn

TM Move Type Class Pow Acc PP Effect
TM21RestStatus10User sleeps for 2 turns, but user is fully healed.
TM22Rock SlidePhysical759010May cause flinching.
TM24SnoreSpecial5010015Can only be used if asleep. May cause flinching.
TM25ProtectStatus10Protects the user, but may fail if used consecutively.
TM26Scary FaceStatus10010Sharply lowers opponent's Speed.
TM31AttractStatus10015If opponent is the opposite gender, it's less likely to attack.
TM33Rain DanceStatus5Makes it rain for 5 turns.
TM34Sunny DayStatus5Makes it sunny for 5 turns.
TM39FacadePhysical7010020Power doubles if user is burned, poisoned, or paralyzed.
TM43Brick BreakPhysical7510015Breaks through Reflect and Light Screen barriers.
TM48Rock TombPhysical609515Lowers opponent's Speed.
TM65Shadow ClawPhysical7010015High critical hit ratio.
TM68Fire FangPhysical659515May cause flinching and/or burn opponent.
TM76RoundSpecial6010015Power increases if teammates use it in the same turn.

Shelgon TR Moves

TR Move Type Class Pow Acc PP Effect
TR01Body SlamPhysical8510015May paralyze opponent.
TR02FlamethrowerSpecial9010015May burn opponent.
TR03Hydro PumpSpecial110805
TR13Focus EnergyStatus30Increases critical hit ratio.
TR15Fire BlastSpecial110855May burn opponent.
TR20SubstituteStatus10Uses HP to creates a decoy that takes hits.
TR24OutragePhysical18010010User attacks for 2-3 turns but then becomes confused.
TR26EndureStatus10Always left with at least 1 HP, but may fail if used consecutively.
TR27Sleep TalkStatus10User performs one of its own moves while sleeping.
TR32CrunchPhysical8010015May lower opponent's Defense.
TR42Hyper VoiceSpecial9010010
TR46Iron DefenseStatus15Sharply raises user's Defense.
TR47Dragon ClawPhysical12010015
TR51Dragon DanceStatus20Raises user's Attack and Speed.
TR62Dragon PulseSpecial127.510010
TR69Zen HeadbuttPhysical809015May cause flinching.

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