To celebrate the release of the Sinnoh remakes, Studio ILCA is giving away a beloved Mythical Hoenn for free. Here's how to get Jirachi in Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl.
Although Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl is chock full of Legendaries to follow through the story, Trainers will be able to get their hands on one early on in the Gen IV remakes.
Newcomers and returning players can unlock Gen III Mythical Jirachi with just a few easy steps. Here's how to take the adorable Steel/Psychic-type with you on your adventures through Sinnoh.
Como obter Jirachi no Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl
After defeating the game's first Gym Leader, Roark, players will leave Oreburgh City and make their way to Route 204, which is north of Jublife City. Using the new Rock Smash Hidden Move, Trainers can now move through the Path Ravaged which leads to Floaroma city .
In the left corner of the small village in a flowerbed are two NPCs wearing hats. If you approach the elderly couple and talk to them, they'll ask if you've “seen a star” before. Players with a Pokemon Sword & Shield save file on your Nintendo Switch will then trigger a special character response.Read also
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After the game verifies your eight generations RPG save data, they will automatically gift you a Jirachi. And that's it! Simple, right? Trainers will now be able to use Hoenn Mythical for the rest of the game.
Jirachi can be obtained early on in Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl.
Who is Jirachi? Mythical Pokemon explained
First featured in 2002's Ruby & Sapphire, Mythical Jirachi was originally offered as a pre-order promotion for the Gamecube title, Colosseum. Legendary was designed around the concept of “wishing on a star” and has the power to grant wishes.
The Steel/Psychic Type was also the star of the sixth Pokémon movie “Jirachi — Wish Maker” in 2003. Because of its unique Steel & Psychic typing, the tiny 'mon really packs a powerful punch in the Sinnoh remakes.