Armorite Ore is a new item you can pick up in Pokemon Sword and Shield as part of its Isle of Armor DLC expansion. As players travel to this island, take on the challenges of the Dojo, and uncover some secrets along the way, they’ll have the chance of obtaining numerous items such as Armorite Ore which can help make your Pokemon even more powerful. In this guide, we’ll talk you through how to get Armorite Ore in Pokemon Sword and Shield, as well as what it’s used for.
Getting Armorite Ore in Pokemon Sword & Shield Isle of Armor
Armorite Ore can be awarded to players for completing new Max Raid Battles in Pokemon Sword and Shield’s Isle of Armor DLC. You’ll get five for free though upon unlocking it.
Where to Find the New Move Tutor
Once you’ve got some Armorite Ore, you’ll then be able to exchange it with the Move Tutor on the Isle of Armor to learn new moves. You’ll have access to this new dojo Move Tutor after you’ve complete the first dojo trial. He is in the man in dojo towards the center back of the room. You’ll need to pay him five Armorite to teach one of your Pokemon a new move.
Armorite Ore Moves
There’s one new move for each Pokemon type. The moves available to be purchased from the Move Tutor with Armorite Ore are:
- Terrain Pulse (Normal)
- Burning Jealously (Fire)
- Flip Turn (Water)
- Rising Voltage (Electric)
- Grassy Glide (Grass)
- Triple Axel (Ice)
- Coaching (Fighting)
- Corrosive Gas (Poison)
- Scorching Sands (Ground)
- Dual Wingbeat (Flying)
- Expanding Force (Psychic)
- Skitter Smack (Bug)
- Meteor Beam (Rock)
- Poltergeist (Ghost)
- Scale Shot (Dragon)
- Lash Out (Dark)
- Steel Roller (Steel)
- Misty Explosion (Fairy)
That’s everything you need to know on how to get Armorite Ore in Pokemon Sword and Shield’s Isle of Armor expansion. Head over to our wiki for more tips and tricks, or check out more of our coverage below.
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