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All Tera Type Transformations Jewels In Pokemon Scarlet & Pokemon Violet

Wondering what the Tera Type Jewel Crowns mean? This guide on All Tera Type Transformations Jewels In Pokemon Scarlet & Pokemon Violet has a picture of every single Tera Type in the game so you can instantly recognize what Tera Type your opponent has swapped to so you can capitalize on any potential Super Effective hits.

Whenever a Pokemon uses the Terastalize ability they change to the Tera Type of that Pokemon. Whilst you can change Tera Types, it’s very expensive so most of the time you’re going to be using the Tera Type that the Pokemon has in the Pokedex. It’s the same for most caught Wild Pokemon but you can catch Pokemon in Raids and Terastalized Pokemon in the Wild with different Tera Type, even normal Wild Pokemon can have varied types, hatching eggs also has a chance for different Tera Types.


Contents
Normal Tera Type
Fire Tera Type
Water Tera Type
Grass Tera Type
Electric Tera Type
Ice Tera Type
Fighting Tera Type
Poison Tera Type
Ground Tera Type
Flying Tera Type
Psychic Tera Type
Bug Tera Type
Rock Tera Type
Ghost Tera Type
Dark Tera Type
Dragon Tera Type
Steel Tera Type
Fairy Tera Type

Normal Tera Type Crown Jewel

Normal Tera Type Crown Jewel
Normal Pokemon are rather uneventful, but there are a few diamonds in the rough. A large, diamond-like object represents the Normal Tera Type.

Fire Tera Type Crown Jewel

Fire Tera Type Crown Jewel
What can be more obvious for the Fire Tera Type than a collection of burning candles?

Water Tera Type Crown Jewel

Water Tera Type Crown Jewel
This one confused me at first as it looks more ice-like, but it’s clear blue color is obvious to me now, this is the Water Tera Type.

Grass Tera Type Crown Jewel

Grass Tera Type Crown Jewel
Something far more exciting than just dropping grass on a head, this selection of flowers represents the Grass Tera Type.

Electric Tera Type Crown Jewel

Electric Tera Type Crown Jewel
Pikachu is awesome, so he modelled for us twice. In this instance he is displayed the Electric Tera Type, marked by an obvious lightbulb.

Ice Tera Type Crown Jewel

Ice Tera Type Crown Jewel
If I was confused about the Water Tera Type, it stopped once I saw the actual Ice Tera Type. A large icicle, seems perfectly fitting.

Fighting Tera Type Crown Jewel

Fighting Tera Type Crown Jewel
This Jigglypuff wouldn’t sit still long enough for a good shot. The Fighting Tera Type is easy to spot as it’s a massive fist, the same massive fist that’s about to cause some serious damage.

Poison Tera Type Crown Jewel

Poison Tera Type Crown Jewel
The Poison Tera Type is one of the more simple ones to distinguish, an aptly chosen skull and crossbones, much like what you would see on a bottle of poison.

Ground Tera Type Crown Jewel

Ground Tera Type Crown Jewel
The Ground Tera Type is a large, earth-like structure that appears atop the Pokemon’s head. Quite easy to remember this one, it’s like a small world-turtle.

Flying Tera Type Crown Jewel

Flying Tera Type Crown Jewel
The Flying Tera Type, perfectly modelled here by the wonderful Pikachu, is a collection of balloons hanging over the Pokémon’s head.

Psychic Tera Type Crown Jewel

Psychic Tera Type Crown Jewel
The Psychic Tera Type is easy to remember, an all-seeing eye gazing right through you.

Bug Tera Type Crown Jewel

Bug Tera Type Crown Jewel
This is one you rarely see throughout the game, the Bug Tera Type. This one can easily be remembered for it’s bug-like appendiges hanging off.

Rock Tera Type Crown Jewel

Rock Tera Type Crown Jewel
The Rock Tera Type can be confusing at first but it’s a large structure, a pillared building that rests on the Pokemon’s head.

Ghost Tera Type Crown Jewel

Ghost Tera Type Crown Jewel
Arguably the easiest to recognize and remember instantly. The Ghost Tera Type is marked by, well, a ghost.

Dark Tera Type Crown Jewel

Dark Tera Type Crown Jewel
Our Dragonite was a little too large for this attempt but you can clearly see a gastly face peering back at you. This is the Dark Tera Type.

Dragon Tera Type Crown Jewel

Dragon Tera Type Crown Jewel
This one is so painfully obvious, it needs no introduction. It’s a giant head of a, well, a dragon.

Steel Tera Type Crown Jewel

Steel Tera Type Crown Jewel
The Steel Tera Type is easily and instantly recognizable, it’s a huge axe that hovers over the Pokemon’s head.

Fairy Tera Type Crown Jewel

Fairy Tera Type Crown Jewel
The Fairy Tera Type, Fairy is often considered by many to be the strongest of all the types, beloved by the competitive community. Seems fitting that its symbol would be a love heart.

So there you have it. That’s a picture of every single Tera Type crown in the game. Now you’re prepared for anything.

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