Skyrie Line

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Drawn by Psychokin.
The Skyrie Line encompasses Skyrie and Grymphony, which were released on the 6th of June 2020, and are Exclusive Pokémon.

Obtaining

Skyrie Eggs can be bought from the Tournament Shop using Tournament Tokens. After the first egg is purchased, additional eggs can be purchased for 160 Gold Poké. They currently cost 12 Tournament Token (Viridian).pngViridian Token to unlock.

Event

The Skyrie Line was one of 2 Exclusive Pokémon lines to be added in Season 16 of the Weekly Tournaments.

Evolution Tree

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Pokémon Info

Egg

Skyrie Egg

A light blue egg with dark markings and a teal swirl on top. It's very light.

Steps: 5,120

Skyrie

Skyrie
Shiny Skyrie
Albino Skyrie
Melanistic Skyrie

Its wings are not very strong yet, so it uses its oversized ears to glide on drafts of wind instead.

Type: Type Flying.png
Genders: 1 Male to 1 Female
EXP group: Medium-Slow (1,059,860)
Egg group: Undiscovered
Colour: Blue / Brown
Body style: Single Pair of Wings
HP
45
Attack
48
Defence
60
Special Attack
42
Special Defence
30
Speed
55
Total
280

Grymphony

Grymphony
Shiny Grymphony
Albino Grymphony
Melanistic Grymphony

Each one has a unique song it teaches to its young. After returning from hunting abroad, it uses this song to locate its nest.

Type: Type Flying.png
Genders: 1 Male to 1 Female
EXP group: Medium-Slow (1,059,860)
Egg group: Undiscovered
Colour: Blue / Brown
Body style: Single Pair of Wings
HP
80
Attack
100
Defence
65
Special Attack
95
Special Defence
65
Speed
120
Total
525

Trivia

  • Psychokin wanted to make a non-legendary pure flying type (this was pre-rookidee era) with a Kanto-vibe design.[1]
  • Skyrie was also given a beak during spriting.

References

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