Cobalion belongs to the Swords of Justice, and this Legendary Pokemon has some incredible abilities. The biggest reason behind the high demand for Cobalion is because it’s a Steel/Fighting-type Pokemon. Now Cobalion is available in Pokemon Sword and Shield Crown Tundra DLC expansion, and players have to hunt it down to catch it. To hunt down Cobalion, it is necessary to find the Iron Will Footprints. These items are scattered across the map, and players have to hunt down every single piece.
Game Boy and Nintendo added all types of Legendary Pokemon in the game, and the procedure to them all is separated too. If players successfully catch all three Pokemon from Swords of Justice Virizion, Terrakion, and Cobalion, then players can battle and catch Keldeo too. Keldeo is the last Pokemon from Swords of Justice. Now before completing the collection, it is necessary to find and catch Cobalion first. So here is the guide to locate and catch Cobalion.
Locate Cobalion in Pokemon Sword and Shield
Finding Cobalion is not tricky, and it can be found at the Frigid Sea of Crown Tundra DLC. The following location is mentioned on the map. You can simply follow it to catch Cobalion. Once you reach the exact location, Cobalion will appear pretty soon. But if that doesn’t happen, then wait for a while.
How to Catch Cobalion in Pokemon Sword and Shield
Before beginning the adventure to catch Cobalion, make sure you have enough Pokeballs, Ultra Balls, and essential supplies. Once Cobalion arrives, save the game for a safe play, and then begin the battle.
Cobalion is a Steel/Fighting-type Pokemon, and that’s why it has some incredible moves to tear down its opponents. However, it has plenty of weaknesses, and the following weaknesses are Fighting, Ground, and Fire-type Pokemon. So to win the battle quickly, use its weakness.
After winning the battle, save your game so you don’t have to battle with Cobalion again. After knocking down Cobalion and setting its health bar to red, you can use Master Ball to catch it. Master Ball has a 100% catch rate, so if you have it, make sure to use it.
Taking down a 70 level Pokemon is not an easy task, which is why you need to use the right Pokemon and right moves. Right Pokemon with wrong moves will not make any difference, and ultimately, it will be hard for you to win. By using the right movesets, you can deal incredible damage. Plus, use higher-level Pokemon that have big health bars to survive longer.
After releasing the Crown Tundra DLC expansion, the number of active Pokemon Sword and Shield players increased. Developers of Pokemon Sword and Shield have added all Legendary Pokemon, but players have to visit different locations and complete different objectives to catch those Pokemon.