Once you’ve gathered a bunch of Dynite Ore (from Dynamax Adventures or Max Raid Battles etc.), what else are you going to do but spend it? To exchange your hard earned ore, speak to the backpacker towards the right, inside the Max Lair lobby. She’s carrying a variety of items ranging from “ho-hum” to “whoa”.
|Exp. Candy L||1||Increases a Pokémon’s experience points by 10,000.|
|Exp. Candy XL||3||Increases a Pokémon’s experience points by 30,000.|
|Dynamax Candy||2||Increases a Pokémon’s Dynamax Level by 1.|
|Wishing Piece||3||Activates an empty Pokémon Den (to trigger a Max Raid Battle).|
|Armorite Ore||3||Used for various services on the Isle of Armor (eg. Move Tutor).|
|HP Up||2||Gives a Pokémon 10 HP Evs.|
|Protein||2||Gives a Pokémon 10 Attack Evs.|
|Iron||2||Gives a Pokémon 10 Defense Evs.|
|Calcium||2||Gives a Pokémon 10 Special Attack Evs.|
|Zinc||2||Gives a Pokémon 10 Special Defense Evs.|
|Carbos||2||Gives a Pokémon 10 Speed Evs.|
|Premier Ball||1||A fancy Poké Ball. Normally acquired when you buy 10 balls from a shop.|
|Beast Ball||150||Has a low catch rate except for Ultra Beasts. Merely decorative.|
|Bottle Cap||25||Used for Hyper Training; maximises the IVs of one stat.|
|Ability Capsule||50||Gives a Pokémon their second Ability (if they have one). No effect if they currently have their Hidden Ability.|
|Ability Patch||200||Gives a Pokémon their Hidden Ability (if they have one).|
Of the lot, the main highlight is undoubtedly the Ability Patch, which is brand new to the Crown Tundra. This gives any Pokémon their rare Hidden Ability, if they have one. Originally, you had to go through all sorts of hoops to get their Hidden Ability. Granted, getting 200 ore is still a hoop!
If you’re confused about the Beast Ball, it really serves no purpose except for aesthetics. Back in Sun and Moon, they were used to catch Ultra Beasts, as other balls barely had an effect. But the Ultra Beasts–like all Legendaries–have a guaranteed catch rate in Dynamax Adventures regardless of the ball.