Pokemon Sword And Shield: Eternetus' Signature Move Leaked

Eternetus Signature Move Leaked

The Leaks for Pokémon Sword and Shield keep coming; the new one is Eternatus’ signature move.

The mystique of Sword and Shield, the upcoming new titles in the popular Pokémon franchise, was destroyed this last weekend. Many major leaks for the game made it on the internet, and it spread throughout social media, including the reveal of all the new Pokémon in the game, as well as all the Gym Leaders.

Though many of the leaked images have been taken down from social media, the leaks persist. Now the stats of several new Pokémon have been leaked, including Eternatus.

Eternatus is a Legendary Pokémon; the name Eternatus was leaked a long time ago,  and its appearance was leaked over the weekend, like almost everything else. Its design is very frightening; it looks like a disjointed dragon skeleton. It has the second form, which is a giant hand that floats in the sky.

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Today, Centro Pokémon LEAKS on Twitter has been spreading more leaked images of the game. The new images contain the stats and moves of the new Pokémon. They are also sharing the Pokédex descriptions of many of the new Pokémon. If you don’t mind being spoiled, check their Twitter account here for more details.

One of these leaked Pokémon stats is Eternatus, which has an exclusive move called “Dynamax Cannon.” It's a unique, dragon-type move that has the stats Power of 100. It’s a powerful beam that causes extra damage if the target is in Dynamax mode.

Other interesting tidbits in today’s leak includes Dragapult’s signature move. Dragapult is the final evolution of Dreepy, a dragon/ghost-type evolution line.

Dragapult’s signature move is called “Dragon Darts.” It has Dragapult shoot Dreepy out of its head, and if there are two targets than both get hit. It’s a physical, dragon-type move that has the stats Power of 50.

Pokémon Sword and Shield are going to release on Nov. 15.

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