It is possible to get Dusk Lycanroc in the Isle of Armor DLC of Pokémon Sword and Shield without using Pokémon Home or Pokémon Bank.

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All three Lycanroc forms are rock-type Pokémon, with the primary difference between Dusk Form, Midday Form, and Midnight Form being their appearances and abilities.

Dawn Form Lycanroc can have the following abilities:

Tough Claws: Moves that make physical contact are increased in power by 30 per cent.

Midday Form Lycanroc can have the following abilities:

Keen Eye: Lycanroc ignores opponents’ evasion boosts, and its accuracy cannot be lowered by an opponent.Sand Rush: In a sandstorm, Lycanroc’s speed is doubled.Steadfast (Hidden Ability): Every time Lycanroc flinches, its speed raises by one level.

Midnight Form Lycanroc can have the following abilities:

Keen Eye: Lycanroc ignores opponents’ evasion boosts, and its accuracy cannot be lowered by an opponent.Vital Spirit: Lycanroc cannot fall asleep.No Guard (Hidden Ability): All moves known by Lycanroc and all Pokémon targeting Lycanroc see their accuracy rise by 100 per cent.

Against the rock-type Pokémon, water, steel, grass, ground, and fighting-type moves are super effective. Lycanroc is, however, strong against normal, flying, fire, and poison-type moves.

In terms of base stats, Dusk Lycanroc and the other two forms are fairly middling regarding HP, defence, and special defence.

Lycanroc boasts a lofty attack and speed stat line, however, its special attack rating is very weak – so stick to learning physical attacks.

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There you have it: your Rockruff just evolved into a Dusk Lycanroc, Midday Lycanroc, or Midnight Lycanroc. You now know how to manipulate the evolution of Rockruff to get the form that you want in your team.

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