What is the fastest Pokemon shield speed run?

What is the fastest Pokemon shield speed run?

The fastest Any% completion of Pokémon Sword/Shield was achieved by “ringo777” (JPN). According to figures provided by Speedrun.com, as of 11 March 2020 ringo777 topped the leaderboard with a time of 4 hours 4 minutes 13 seconds.

What is the world record for playing Pokemon?

The longest videogame marathon playing a Pokemon game is 36 hr 12 sec, and was achieved by Cody Harbidge (Canada) in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on 17 June 2021.

Why do Pokemon Speedrunners save and quit?

Sometimes a no reset run encounters problems that are impossible to overcome. In those circumstances, they will use a save file so that the run doesn’t die and they can demonstrate the whole run. Pokemon is very RNG manipulation heavy which could include taking the exact same steps for multiple minutes.

What is Eternatus hidden ability?


File:2587MS.gif Eternatus Dynamax Pokémon #2587
Type Poison Dragon Unknown
Ability Pressure Hidden Abilities Beast Boost
Mega Ability
Gender ratio Genderless Catch rate 3 (0.4%)

How fast can you beat Pokemon shield?


Single-Player Polled Average
Main Story 1.4K 25h 58m
Main + Extras 1.3K 46h 26m
Completionists 432 105h 18m
All PlayStyles 3.1K 45h 36m

Who is the fastest Gen 1 Pokemon?

1 Electrode – 140 The more electric energy Electrode ingests, the faster it moves, which is why this Poké Ball looking Pokémon has a 140 Speed stat and is the fastest Pokémon in Gen I.

Why do Speedrunners use Squirtle?

It is also generally accepted that Squirtle is the best starter Pokemon for the following reasons: Squirtle is the only starter Pokemon that can learn Surf, which you need to teach a Pokemon to complete the game. If you used a different starter, it would require a Pokemon to be caught that can learn Surf.

Which city has the most Pokemon?

Top 7 Pokemon Go Locations for Catching Rare Pokemon

  • 1) Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia.
  • 2) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, United States.
  • 3) Big Ben or Savoy Hotel, London, United Kingdom.
  • 4) Central Park, New York, United States.
  • 5) State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia.
  • 6) The Colosseum, Rome, Italy.

Who has the biggest Pokemon collection?

Lisa Courtney
Hailing from Welwyn Garden City in Hertfordshire, Lisa Courtney has taken the phrase “Gotta catch ’em all” very literally. Her impressive collection of over 17,000 Pokémon items has got her into the Guinness Book of Records for having the largest Pokémon collection in the world.