The Regi Pokémon first appeared in Ruby and Sapphire. This is the first time new Regi have been added since Diamond and Pearl.

This is the second quest you’ll receive from Peony when you visit him at Freezington. To start the quest proper, you need to approach one of the four ancient ruins related to the Regi Pokémon. There are two located in the Giant’s Bed–one nearer Freezington and another in the opposite corner.

There’s a third ruin along Snowslide Slope, to the west of the tunnel to the Crown Tundra. If you completed the first quest, you may have gone past this ruin. Finally, there’s a ruin at Three-Point Pass, accessible via Roaring-Sea Caves and Frigid Sea. This one requires the upgrade for the bike that lets you cross water.

For your convenience, here’s a map of where all the ruins are located.

Here’s what you can find in each ruin:

You can head for any of the ruins, but you may want to save the fourth one for last. Because you can’t do anything there until you’ve visited the three other ruins. That said, when you inspect the door of each ruin, they will become a landmark so you can use the flying taxi to instantly return there. So you’re not losing much by going there.

When you go to your first ruin, Peony will call you and you’ll get the ridiculously camp splash image, letting you know the quest has started.

Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Pokemon Company International
  • Platforms
    Switch
  • Genre
    RPG
  • Guide Release
    15 November 2019
  • Last Updated
    23 November 2020
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Welcome to our comprehensive strategy guide for Pokémon: Sword and Shield, the latest entries in the Pokémon video game franchise. Our guide also incorporates all the DLC, including the Isle of Armor and brand new Crown Tundra DLC.

In Sword and Shield, you explore the Galar region, based on the United Kingdom, alongside rivals Hop, Bede and Marnie, with the aim to dethrone the Pokémon League Champion.

The games introduce several new features such as Dynamaxing and Gigantamaxing, functions that increase size and change forms of certain Pokémon; the Wild Area, a large open world with free camera movement; and raids with co-op battling. They also reintroduce features previously seen in Sun and Moon and Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee!, such as regional variants and roaming Pokémon depicted in the overworld.

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  • A Complete Walkthrough of the Isle of Armor.
  • Details of all 16 new Wild Areas, including Pokémon encounter rates.
  • All the new Max Raid Dens: Locations and Featured Pokémon.
  • Images and Locations of All 150 of the Missing Diglett.
  • The Isle of Armor Pokédex (featuring 100 Returning Pokémon).
  • Recipes for the Cram-o-matic.
  • A Full Walkthrough featuring Pokémon encounter rates.
  • All Gym Encounters and Strategies.
  • New Items: Mints & Natures Explained.
  • Post Game content including Champion Cup.
  • Dynamaxing and Gigantamaxing.
  • The Galar Region Pokédex (featuring 400 Pokemon).

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