Isle of Armor

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This article is about the location in the Galar region. For the expansion for Pokémon Sword and Shield, see The Isle of Armor.

Artwork of the Isle of Armor

The Isle of Armor (Japanese: ヨロイ Armor Island) is a large island in the Galar region featured in The Isle of Armor expansion. It is located off the east coast of mainland Galar, close to Spikemuth.

The Isle was once uninhabited and nameless, until it was bought and named by Mustard, who established his Master Dojo there to teach Trainers about Pokémon battles. The island is also home to 110 species of Pokémon not found on the mainland, which are documented in the Isle of Armor Pokédex.

Locations

An overview of the Isle of Armor

As with the Wild Area on the mainland, the Isle of Armor is composed of many subareas.

Weather

The weather on the Isle of Armor varies between areas, and each area changes weather when the date changes. The weather determines which wild Pokémon can appear, and it may cause certain weather conditions and terrain to appear in battle. The only kinds of weather not present on the Isle of Armor are Snow and Blizzard.

Digging Ma and Digging Pa

Digging Ma is the mother of the Digging Duo. She has the appearance of a female Worker. In exchange for one Armorite Ore, she can dig up more Armorite Ore until the player asks her to stop or until her shovel randomly breaks. If the player asks her to stop, she will reward all the Armorite Ores dug up; however, if her shovel breaks, the player will not receive any of the Armorite Ore that was dug up. Occasionally after her shovel breaks, she may be able to dig up more Armorite Ore instead. After this exchange, Digging Ma will relocate to another area on the island.

The Digging Pa is the father of the Digging Duo, and he always appears in the Training Lowlands just outside Warm-Up Tunnel. In exchange for seven pieces of Armorite Ore, he will dig for Watts. Each time he digs, he will dig up between 800 and 8000 Watts. Similar to the Digging Duo, there is no risk in asking him to keep digging, as if he runs out of energy and finishes digging, the player will get all the Watts he dug up.

Origin

The Isle of Armor is based on the Isle of Man.[1]

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 鎧島 Hói Dóu
Mandarin 鎧島 / 铠岛 Kǎi Dǎo
France Flag.png French Isolarmure
Germany Flag.png German Rüstungsinsel
Italy Flag.png Italian Isola dell'Armatura
South Korea Flag.png Korean 갑옷섬 Gabot Seom
Russia Flag.png Russian Бронированный Остров Bronirovannyy Ostrov*
Остров доспехов Ostrov dospekhov*
Spain Flag.png Spanish Isla de la Armadura


References


Galar
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Settlements
PostwickWedgehurstMotostokeTurffieldHulburyHammerlocke
Stow-on-SideBallonleaCirchesterSpikemuthWyndon
Routes
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Landmarks
Slumbering WealdGalar MineGalar Mine No. 2Motostoke Outskirts
Glimwood TangleRoute 9 TunnelRose Tower/Battle TowerEnergy Plant
Wild Area
Meetup SpotRolling FieldsDappled GroveWatchtower RuinsEast Lake AxewellWest Lake Axewell
Axew's EyeSouth Lake MilochGiant's SeatNorth Lake MilochMotostoke RiverbankBridge Field
Stony WildernessDusty BowlGiant's MirrorHammerlocke HillsGiant's CapLake of Outrage
Isle of Armor
Fields of HonorMaster DojoSoothing WetlandsForest of FocusChallenge BeachTower of WatersBrawlers' Cave
Challenge RoadTower of DarknessCourageous CavernLoop LagoonTraining LowlandsWarm-Up Tunnel
Potbottom DesertWorkout SeaStepping-Stone SeaInsular SeaHoneycalm SeaHoneycalm Island
Crown Tundra
Slippery SlopeMax LairFreezingtonFrostpoint FieldGiant's BedRock Peak RuinsIron RuinsOld Cemetery
Snowslide SlopeIceberg RuinsTunnel to the TopPath to the PeakCrown ShrineGiant's FootRoaring-Sea Caves
Frigid SeaThree-Point PassSplit-Decision RuinsBallimere LakeLakeside CaveDyna Tree Hill


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