Pokemon Sun

Zygarde Core and Cell Locations

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Mystery Gift passwords

At the main menu, select the "Mystery Gift" option. Then, enter one of the following passwords to get the corresponding gift. Note: The Mystery Gift passwords require an internet connection, and may expire after a specific period of time.

    Abomasite, Aggronite, Manectite, and Tyranitarite Mega Stones

    Enter "SABLEVOLANT" as a password to get the Abomasite, Aggronite, Manectite, and Tyranitarite Mega Stones. Note: It is unknown when this code expires.

    Altarianite, Ampharosite, Latiasite, and Latiosite Mega Stones

    Enter "DRACHE" as a password to get the Altarianite, Ampharosite, Latiasite, and Latiosite Mega Stones. Note: It is unknown when this code expires.

    Audinite, Beedrillite, Mawilite, and Medichamite Mega Stones

    Enter "INTIMIDATE" as a password to get the Audinite, Beedrillite, Mawilite, and Medichamite Mega Stones. Note: It is unknown when this code expires.

    Banettite, Blaziken, Cameruptite, Sceptile, and Swampert Mega Stones

    Enter "MATSUBUSA" as a password to get the Banettite, Blaziken, Cameruptite, Sceptile, and Swampert Mega Stones. Note: It is unknown when this code expires.

    Diancite, Galladite, Gardevoirite, and Lopunnite Mega Stones

    Enter "POYONG" as a password to get the Diancite, Galladite, Gardevoirite, and Lopunnite Mega Stones. Note: It is unknown when this code expires.

    Heracross, Houndoom, Pidgeot, and Steelix Mega Stones

    Enter "AZUL" as a password to get the Heracross, Houndoom, Pidgeot, and Steelix Mega Stones. Note: It is unknown when this code expires.

    Mewtwonite X and Mewtwonite Y Mega Stones

    Enter "M2DESCENT" as a password to get the Mewtwonite X and Mewtwonite Y Mega Stones. Note: It is unknown when this code expires.

    Pikachu wearing Ash's Caps

    Enter "PIKACHU20" as a password to have Pikachu wear Ash's Alola, Hoenn, Kalos, Original, Sinnoh, and Unova Caps from October 24-30, 2017. The caps come with the Pikashunium Z-Crystal.

QR codes

Once the QR Scanner becomes available in the game, you can access it under the Pokedex to scan QR codes to unlock rare Pokemon in the game. Scan the QR codes using your Nintendo 3DS camera. Every Pokemon has its own unique QR code. Scan the indicated QR code for the corresponding Pokemon for the game to indicate the possible locations where the Pokemon may spawn. Once you have scanned ten codes, you can perform an Island Scan to possibly reveal locations for more Pokemon. Only ten QR codes can be scanned per day and you will only have one chance at catching the Pokemon that spawned from the code you used.

Pokemon Sun And Moon QR Codes

Infinite money

This exploit requires access to the Battle Royale Dome by completing the third Island Trial. Then, enter the Thrifty Megamart on right side of the Battle Royale Dome on Akala Island. You can get a 50% off coupon at the door. Go to the vendor (lady in red) that sells Poke Balls and buy them in 10 increments. For each purchase of 10 Poke Balls, you will get a free Premier Ball. Once you are out of Poke Dollars, sell all the Poke Balls to get all your money back with the help of the coupon you acquired earlier. You will still get to keep the Premier Balls you obtained, even after selling the Poke Balls. Sell the Premier Balls for 10 Poke Dollars to obtain an unlimited amount of Poke Dollars. Note: To make the process quicker, press Right on the D-pad to auto select 11 Poke Balls.

Easy money

The Amulet Coin is a special held item that doubles the amount of money earned after each battle. Happy Hour is a special move that also doubles the amount of money earned after a battle. Combine the two to get 4x the normal amount of coins. To get the Amulet Coin, go to Paniola Ranch on Akala Island. Start at the Nursery building and walk directly right. Look behind the red truck to find the Amulet Coin. To get the Happy Hour move, select the "Mystery Gift" option at the main menu and connect to the internet to get a Munchlax with Happy Hour already memorized. Note: The Mystery Gift ends January 11, 2017. Equip the Amulet Coin and use the Happy Hour move at any point during a battle to get quadruple the prize money.

Easy XP

Any Pokemon that you have acquired through a trade will get an extra 50% XP. Trade all of your Pokemon away and then back again with someone you can trust to get an instant increase in XP.

Using Pokemon Refresh, any Pokemon with two out of five hearts filled in the Affection meter will gain 20% extra XP. To increase the Affection stat quickly, use Poke Pelago and shake the tree in Isle Abeens daily. Use the Rainbow Beans and feed them to your star Pokemon. Depending on your Pokemon, you may gain multiple hearts with a single Rainbow Bean.

Successfully complete the game by defeating the Elite Four and becoming Alola Champion. Then, return to Route 1 and visit Professor Kukui's Lab on the beach. If you have 50+ Pokemon in your Pokedex, talk to Professor Kukui to get the Lucky Egg item. The Lucky Egg is a held item that gives a 50% XP boost to the Pokemon holding it.

Easy Happiness

To easily raise Happiness for a Pokemon, collect or purchase two TMs. Make sure both TMs can be learned by the Pokemon you want to increase the Happiness. Replace one move with a TM. Select a move you do not mind losing for now —- you can relearn the abilities afterwards. Use the second TM to replace the first TM. Replace the second TM with the first TM. Keep repeating this for 5-10 minutes to max out Happiness. You can use this exploit to easily evolve a Pokemon with the Happiness evolution requirement.

Easily prevent evolutions

Most Pokemon evolve once they reach a certain level requirement. However, to prevent a Pokemon from evolving, during the Evolution animation, hold B to stop the evolution. The Pokemon will evolve at the next possible level-up, if all requirements/conditions are met. Normally, Everstones (which are rare) were the only way to stop an evolution in previous Pokemon games. They are still available in Pokemon Sun/Moon. For example, you can get one by defeating Ilima in his house in Hau'oli City. Ilima, the Trial Captain, goes home after you defeat the Melemele Island Kahuna.

Easy Shiny Pokemon

Pokemon Sun/Moon generates Pokemon eggs and their contents before you even begin hatching. Use the following steps to pre-generate a Shiny Pokemon. You will first need the following Pokemon and items:

Pokemon

    Ditto (foreign): Enter GTS and trade for a Ditto with a name in any foreign language (Japanese is best). Foreign means any non-North American Ditto in GTS. Note: Be aware of 5/6 IV Japanese Ditto, as these are most likely hacked Pokemon. Hacked Pokemon will not work for this method.

    Magikarp: Any Magikarp will work. They are common in any body of water in Alola.

    Goal Pokemon: The "Goal" Pokemon is the species you want to generate a shiny for, which can be any Pokemon.

The foreign Ditto is the most important part of this process. You must have a foreign, un-hacked Ditto. There are other ways to do this method, but using a foreign Ditto is by far the easiest.

Items

    Destiny Knot: Equip it on the foreign Ditto. It cam be purchased for 48 BP at the fourth counter in the Battle Royale Dome.

    Everstone: Equip on the "Goal" Pokemon. It is given by Ilima after re-battling him in the large house in Hau'oli City. It is also available for purchase for 16 BP at the second counter in the Battle Royale Dome.

    Shiny Charm (optional): It is only needed if you do not use a foreign Ditto. It is given by the Game Director in Heahea City after completing the Alola Region Pokedex (excluding Mythical Pokemon).

Then, go to the Hatchery, wait outside at the ranch, and use the following steps to breed a Shiny Pokemon:

    1. Save your game.

    2. Deposit the foreign Ditto with the Destiny Knot equipped into the Nursery, then deposit Magikarp.

    3. Run in circles to generate eggs. Collect 25-50 eggs. Enter the enclosed fence across the path from the nursery entrance, and spin while riding Tauros to quickly generate eggs. You can generate as many as desired. It is recommended to generate at least 30 to improve your chances of finding a Shiny.

    4. Remove one of the Pokemon from the nursery to stop eggs from spawning. This is just a safety precaution. If you continue to generate eggs, you may pre-generate an IV/Shiny/Nature you want that you will miss.

    5. Hatch all of the eggs you just collected. Spin with Tauros in the fence area to quickly begin hatching.

    6. If you found a Shiny, continue to the next step. If you did not, repeat steps 1-5.

    7. Take note of the egg that hatched into a Shiny. For example, Egg #21 since your last save hatched into a Shiny Pokemon.

    8. Reset your 3DS without saving. This is very important.

    9. Return to the Nursery and deposit Ditto and your "Goal" Pokemon. Make sure Ditto is holding the Destiny Knot, and your "Goal" Pokemon has an Everstone equipped.

    10. Collect eggs up to the number where you hatched a Shiny with Magikarp, which is Egg #21 in our example. For genderless or single-gender Pokemon, add +1 to your number. For example, for a genderless or single-gender Pokemon, hatch Egg #22 instead of #21.

    11. Finally, hatch the egg (for example, Egg #21) to get the desired Shiny Pokemon. Note: When breeding Pokemon, simply refuse the eggs from the Nursery you do not want until you get the right egg with the Shiny Pokemon.

Easy Pikachu

Go to Hau'oli City after your first trial when Pokemon can call for help. Enter the fenced area across from the mall. Walk around in that grass until you run into a Pichu. Note: Set another Pichu or Pikachu with Static as the first member of your party to increase the odds of a Pichu appearing. This is best done in the area on Route 1 where Pichu spawns, as this does not also have a Magnemite. Stall the battle until Pichu calls for help. Get the Pichu to low HP to increase rate of it calling for help. The Pokemon it calls for help will either be Pikachu, Pichu, or Happiny. It calls Pikachu 4/7 of the time, another Pichu 2/7 of the time, and Happiny 1/7 of the time. If it is Pikachu, K.O. the Pichu and catch the Pikachu. If it is Pichu or Happiny, K.O. the new Pichu or Happiny and stall the battle again until Pichu calls for help and it is Pikachu.

Oval Charm

Successfully complete the game by defeating the Elite Four and becoming Alola Champion. Then, visit the Game Freak building and defeat Morimoto to get the Oval Charm, which substantially boosts the rate at which eggs appear at the Pokemon Nursery.

Shiny Charm

Complete the Alola Pokedex. Then, speak with the Game Director in Heahea City to get the Shiny Charm, which which triples the rate Shiny Pokemon are found in the game.

Poke Finder upgrades

Early in the game, you get the ability to take and submit photos with the Rotom Dex. You get points for each photo you submit that are used to upgrade the Poke Finder's version once you reach a milestone. Get the indicated number of points to upgrade the Poke Finder to the corresponding version and gain the listed new feature:

    Version 2: Get 1,500 points to unlock the Zoom function.
    Version 3: Get 10,000 points to unlock the Zoom upgrade.
    Version 4: Get 100,000 points to unlock the Final Zoom upgrade.
    Version 5: Get 1,500,000 points to unlock an option to call Pokemon to you.

Getting Alolan Dugtrio

It can take quite a bit of time to find an Alolan Dugtrio in the game. A quicker method is to just catch a Diglett and evolve it into a Dugtrio. Diglett can be found on the first island. It can be found in the cave where you do your first trial. You first have to complete the trial before you can catch any Pokemon in that cave. You can also find Diglett in the cave next to the Pokemon Lab on the island. You need to be able to ride Taurus in order to break the rocks to enter it. After you catch Diglett, level it up. Diglett will evolve into Dugtrio at Level 26 -- so you need to use it quite a bit. You can also use some Rare Candies on it to level it up quicker. The "Exp All" does help level it up much quicker if you do not want to use it. If you do not want to level up Diglett, you will have to wait until the third island. You can catch it there and on the fourth island, but that is further into the game.

Getting Alolan Vulpix

Vulpix is one of the exclusive Pokemon in Pokemon Sun. The only way to obtain it in Pokemon Moon is by trading for it. To get Vulpix, you have to get pretty far into the game. You can find Vulpix on Mount Lanakila, north of Route 14 on Ula'ula Island. That area is under construction until later in the game. After completing the final trial, you can return to Mount Lanakila and take the elevator up. When you reach the top, search the grass to eventually see Vulpix appear. Vulpix is pretty common -- so you should not have to spend too much time looking for one. Once you have Vulpix, you can evolve it into Ninetails by using an Ice Stone on it. Vulpix is just an Ice type, but Ninetails is an Ice and Fairy type. When you evolve Vulpix into Ninetails, it can also immediately learn Dazzling Gleam.

Getting Cosmog

Successfully complete the main quest and defeat all four Island Kahunas to become the Alola Champion. Go back to the Altar Of The Sunne. Enter the Portal at the Altar, then go to the Lake Of The Moone. Go to the platform at the top of the lake to initiate a cutscene. Cosmog will join your party. Note: You can only get one Cosmog per playthrough.

Getting Eevee

You cannot catch Eevee until you reach the second island. You will get a mission early while on the second island to go to a Pokemon Ranch. On the way to the Pokemon Ranch, you can find Eevee spawns right before the town, near the ranch. However, it is rare for them to spawn. You can also find them on the other side of the map, on Route 5 coming down from the ranch. Eevee will often call for extra help -- so be prepared for that. You can evolve Eevee into multiple different forms.

Getting Grumpig

Note: This Pokemon requires Update 1.1. Open the Rotom Pokedex and choose the "QR Scanner" selection. Scan the following QR code. Then, go to any Pokecenter to obtain Grumpig.

Getting Magearna

Note: Before you can unlock Magearna, you must defeat the Elite Four and become Alola Champion. Then, open the Rotom Pokedex and choose the "QR Scanner" selection. Scan the following QR code. Next, travel to Hau'oli City on Melemele Island and go to the Antiquities Of The Ages shop to obtain the mythical Magearna. Magearna is a unique Steel/Fairy dual-type Pokemon that is completely mechanical and artificial. It is also the only currently known Pokemon that can learn the Fleur Cannon special move.

Easy Munchlax and Snorlax Z

If you play the game during the launch window (until January 11, 2017), you can get Munchlax and Snorlax Z immediately. Start a new game and get your first Pokemon. Then, save and exit the game. At the main menu, select the "Mystery Gift" option, and choose the "Get Gift From Internet" selection to get Munchlax and the Snorlium Z for Snorlax. Munchlax can now be found at any Poke Center in the game. Talk to the guy next to the healing station, and he will tell you he has your gift. Munchlax will be Level 5 and can be either male or female. To evolve Munchlax, you need to max its affection with you. You can do this by feeding it, using it in battle, petting it in the groom section, and cleaning dirt or other things off it after battle. When you max the affection, it will evolve the next time it levels up. When you get Snorlax, give it the Snorlax Z stone to give it a special ability.

Getting Necrozma (Legendary)

Necrozma (Psychic type) is the final Pokemon available to capture in Pokemon Sun And Moon. To capture Necrozma, first defeat the Elite Four and become Alola Champion. Next, complete all Ultra Beast quests for the Looker. Then, go to Ten Karat Hill on Melemele Island. Break through the boulders using the Tauros Ride HM and enter Farthest Hollow. Necrozma spawns in the grassy field in the back-left corner where Rockruffs naturally appear. There is a very low chance that Necrozma will appear, but you can do the following things to increase the chances it will appear:

  • Use Super Repel to keep low-level Rockruffs from bothering you while you try to get Necrozma to spawn.
  • Always keep running, or ride on Tauros and charge in circles. The faster you move, the more likely you are to enter into a random battle.
  • Do not put Pokemon over Level 75 on your team. Necrozma is a Level 75 Pokemon, and will not spawn if you have Level 75+ Pokemon.

The Pokemon in Ten Karat Hill are Level 10+ at best -- so Super Repel will prevent low-level Rockruffs from bothering you as you circle the grass, and only Necrozma will appear for a battle. Once it does, use the following tips to catch it:

  • Necrozma is the hardest Pokemon to catch in the game. Save the Master Ball for this battle to make it much easier to catch it.
  • If you do not have a Master Ball, buy a large quantity of Ultra Balls. It may require over a dozen attempts, but the Ultra Ball will eventually capture Necrozma.
  • Do not use Beast Balls. Necrozma is not an Ultra Beast. Thus, Beast Balls will actually lower your chances of catching Necrozma.
  • Bring Pokemon that are about Level 60+ to have a fair fight with Necrozma.
  • Use Ground type special moves against Necrozma to weaken it. Necrozma is a Psychic type, and uses Iron Defense to precisely increase its defense.
  • Once you have weakened Necrozma, use Yawn/Hypnosis or other moves to make it fall asleep as you attempt to catch it.

Getting Sungaleo

Get Cosmog, then evolve it. Cosmog will evolve into Cosmoem at Level 43, and Cosmoem will evolve into Sungaleo at Level 53. Sungaleo is a Psychic/Steel type.

Rare aquatic Pokemon locations

Defeat the Wishiwashi Totem Pokemon on Akala Island to get the Fishing Rod. Then, go to the indicated fishing spot to catch the corresponding aquatic Pokemon. Make sure to bring lots of Pokeballs when fishing. For better results, save Lure Balls (given by Samson Oak on Blush Mountain) to increase your chances of catching Wild Pokemon while fishing. Unfortunately, these Pokeballs are not available to purchase -- so use Lure Balls wisely. Alternatively, you can use Dive Balls which increases your catch rate versus water type Pokemon while swimming or fishing. Those are sold for $1,000 each. Note: Pokemon will only appear at fishing spots with bubbles. You can reset the fishing spot by leaving and re-entering.

    Barboach: Enter Seaward Cave from Melemele Meadow on Melemele Island (enter the small hole south as you enter the yellow field of flowers). Once you are inside, go left to the small pond of water. Jump onto Lapras to find the single fishing spot. There is a 50% encounter chance. Barboach is a water/ground dual type that evolves into Whiscash at Level 30. Getting Whiscash is the main reason to catch this Pokemon.

    Bruxish: On Route 13 on Ula'ula Island, enter the trailer park from Tapu Village, and proceed down the path south from the oasis in the center. Down on the coast, travel right from the old man, and right of the Trainer Tips sign, to see the fishing location. There is a 20% encounter chance. Bruxish is a water/psychic dual type that can also be found on the Secluded Shore, or on Route 14 and Route 15.

    Chinchou: Search for the two fishing spots on the east coast of the Akala Outskirts area on Akala Island, near a fisherman. Go to the more northern of the two fishing spots to get this Pokemon. There is a 20% encounter chance. Chinchou is a water/electric dual type that evolves into Lanturn at Level 27.

    Corsola: Start from Hau'oli City beach on Melemele Island, and use Lapras to swim southeast in the Melemele Sea to a cave entrance blocked by boulders that only Sharpedo can break. To the left of the cave entrance is a fishing hole. There is a 20% encounter chance. Corsola is a water/rock dual type that does not evolve into any new forms. To easily reset the spot, simply use Sharpedo to bust into the nearby Ten Karat Hill cave.

    Dhelmise: In Seafolk Village on Poni Island, enter the Steelix houseboat and go through the lower door to the porch/balcony exterior with a view of the fishing spot. You have to coax it from its hiding spot in Seafolk Village. There is a 10% encounter chance. Dhelmise is a grass/ghost type that does not evolve.

    Dratini: There is one fishing spot straight ahead after entering Poni Meadow from Poni Plains on Poni Island. There is a 10% encounter chance. Dratini is the first form of Dragonair. Dragonite is a dragon type introduced in Gen 1. It is a pseudo-legendary Pokemon, but it is powerful and grows in strength quickly.

    Feebas: Just as you enter Brooklet Hill on Melemele Island, go down the ramp to the bridge. Jump onto Lapras and ride south to find the fishing spot that is only accessible from the water. There is a 10% encounter chance. Feebas evolves into Milotic when traded while holding a Prism Scale.

    Lapras: In Poni Wilds on Poni Island (west of the Seafolk Village), there is a 5% you will encounter Lapras while swimming in the water to the left of the beach. This is not a fishing location. Lapras is an ice/water dual type that does not evolve. Lapras is most well known for its Swim HM ability, helping trainers easily cross water. Lapras can still transport trainers with the Poke Ride system.

    Mareanie: This Pokemon is found in the same fishing spot as Corsola. Typically, Corsola will summon Mareanie when it calls for help. The encounter chance is unknown. Mareanie is a water/poison dual type that evolves into Toxapex and becomes much deadlier.

    Relicanth: On the beach in Poni Wilds on Poni Island, locate the final trainer (the Dancer) and walk directly left. Ride Lapras to the first fishing spot directly left (and slightly below) that trainer. There is a 10% encounter chance. Relicanth is an ancient water/rock dual type that does not evolve.

    Sharpedo: It is found just south of the entrance to the Ruins Of Hope in Poni Breaker Coast on Poni Island. There is a 10% encounter chance. Sharpedo is a brutal/dark dual type that evolves into Carvanha at Level 30, and has a Mega form when equipped with Sharpedonite. Note: To get Carvanha without using Wonder Trade, breed Sharpedo.

    Shellder: Exit Seaward Cave to reach Kala'e Bay on Melemele Island. Just as you exit the cave, use the fishing spot north near the shore. You will not need to use Lapras to reach this spot. There is a 20% encounter chance. Shellder evolves into Cloyster with a Water Stone.

    Wishiwashi: This Pokemon is found in the same fishing spot as Chinchou. There is a 30% encounter chance. Wishiwashi unlocks the Schooling ability at Level 20. In School form, Wishiwashi joins up with a horde, turning the swarm into one giant fish school body. It changes the look of the Pokemon while in its new body. Wishiwashi does not evolve.

All Eevee evolutions

Complete the indicated requirement(s) to evolve Eevee into the corresponding form:

    Espeon and Umbreon: This evolution requires you to increase Eevee's Happiness to around 220. Evolve Eevee during daytime to get Espeon or during nighttime to get Umbreon.

    Flareon: This evolution requires a Fire Stone. It can be purchased for 3,000 at Olivia's Shop in KoniKoni City on Akala Island, or from Poke Pelago. Alternatively, one can be found in the hot rock located on the northwest edge of the Tunnel Of Diglett. Note: Tauros is required to reach it.

    Glaceon: Have Eevee in your party and go to Lush Jungle, which is located near Route 8 on Akala Island. You can fly there to save time. Once you are inside Lush Jungle, find the frozen rock that is covered with ice and can easily freeze you. Interact with the rock to get a notification. After you have interacted with the ice covered rock, explore until you encounter a wild Pokemon. Once you have defeated the Pokemon, your Eevee will level up a few times (if it was a lower level Eevee), and you will automatically get the Glaceon Eevee evolution. Note: You must level up your Eevee after interacting with the ice covered rock to get the evolution. You can either do that by battling wild Pokemon or using an item.

    Jolteon: This evolution requires a Thunder Stone. It can be purchased for 3,000 at Olivia's Shop in KoniKoni City on Akala Island. Alternatively, one can be found at the backside of the Fossil Restoration Center on Route 8.

    Leafeon: Have Eevee in your party and go to Lush Jungle, which is located near Route 8 on Akala Island. You can fly there to save time. Once you are inside Lush Jungle, find the green moss/slimy rock. Interact with the rock to get a notification that it is covered in moss. After you have interacted with the large moss covered rock, explore until you encounter a wild Pokemon. Once you have defeated the Pokemon, your Eevee will level up a few times (if it was a lower level Eevee), and you will automatically get the Leafeon Eevee evolution. Note: You must level up your Eevee after interacting with the moss covered rock to get the evolution. You can either do that by battling wild Pokemon or using an item.

    Sylveon: This evolution requires you to teach your Eevee a Fairy type move and get it to two hearts. Then, Eevee will evolve into Sylveon when it levels up.

    Vaporeon: This evolution requires a Water Stone. It can be purchased for 3,000 at Olivia's Shop in KoniKoni City on Akala Island.

Using Island Scan to find rare Pokemon

Island Scan allows you to scan an island for rare Pokemon. The Pokemon change depending on the day of the week and island. To unlock the Island Scan ability, you must scan ten QR Codes. The following is a list of which rare Pokemon appear on which island and day of the week:

    Monday: Totodile (Melemele), Spheal (Akala), Swinub (Ula'ula), Conkeldurr (Poni)
    Tuesday: Deino (Melemele), Luxio (Akala), Duosion (Ula'ula), Togekiss (Poni)
    Wednesday: Horsea (Melemele), Honedge (Akala), Roselia (Ula'ula), Leavanny (Poni)
    Thursday: Klink (Melemele), Venipede (Akala), Staravia (Ula'ula), Serperior (Poni)
    Friday: Chikorita (Melemele), Bellsprout (Akala), Vigoroth (Ula'ula), Samurott (Poni)
    Saturday: Litwick (Melemele), Marill (Akala), Axew (Ula'ula), Emboar (Poni)
    Sunday: Cyndaquil (Melemele), Gothita (Akala), Rhyhorn (Ula'ula), Eelektross (Poni)

All Ultra Beast locations

To capture Ultra Beasts, defeat the Elite Four and become Alola Champion to begin accepting Ultra Beast missions from the Looker NPC. Ultra Beasts can only be captured with special Beast Pokeballs, given by the Looker. The Looker gives you ten Beast Balls after defeating his partner Anabel in a duel, then sends you to collect the next numbered Ultra Beast. Go to the indicated location to begin the corresponding Ultra Beast quest. Then, search the listed area to find the corresponding Ultra Beast.

UB-01: Nihilego (Poison/Rock type)

    Looker Location: Talk to the Looker at the motel to the left of the Pokemon Center on Route 8 on Akala Island.

    Ultra Beast Location: It is a random encounter in Diglett Tunnel on Akala Island, after accepting the quest from the Looker.

UB-02: Buzzwole (Bug/Fighting type)

    Looker Location: After capturing Nihilego, talk to the Looker and Anabel at the Route 2 motel on Melemele Island.

    Ultra Beast Location: It is a random encounter while exploring the Melemele Meadow on Melemele Island, after accepting the quest from the Looker.

UB-03: Xurkitree (Electric type)

    Looker Location: Talk to the Looker again at the motel to the left of the Pokemon Center on Route 8 on Akala Island. This quest requires you to find and capture two Xurkitrees.

    Ultra Beast Location 1: The first Xurkitree can be found in Lush Jungle on Akala Island.

    Ultra Beast Location 2: The second Xurkitree can be found at Memorial Hill on Akala Island.

UB-04: Kartana (Grass/Steel type)

    Looker Location: Talk to the Looker and his partner at the hotel on Route 13 on Ula'ula Island. This quest requires you to find and capture four Kartanas.

    Ultra Beast Location: All four Kartanas will appear in random encounters while running around Route 17 on Ula'ula Island.

UB-05: Guzzlord (Dark/Dragon type)

    Looker Location: Talk to the Looker in the restaurant in Seafolk Village on Poni Island. He has a new partner, Nanu, whom you must defeat in a duel to unlock the final Ultra Beast quest.

    Ultra Beast Location: Go to Resolution Cave on Poni Island and stay on the lower level to battle Guzzlord in a random encounter.

TM (Technical Machine) locations

Search the indicated location to find the corresponding TM item. TM (Technical Machine) are items used to give your Pokemon moves they normally would not learn. There are a total of 100 TMs hidden throughout the Alola region. You need an open move slot on your Pokemon to use a TM item. Otherwise, you will have to forget one of the four moves a Pokemon can keep memorized to use it.

    TM01 - Work Up: Hau'oli City, Trainer School – Defeat all four trainers.
    TM02 - Dragon Claw: Poni Island, Vast Poni Canyon – It can be found along the northern route exit.
    TM03 - Psyshock: Ula'ula Island, Lake of the Sunne – It can be found to the right, before entering the Lake proper.
    TM04 - Calm Mind: Poni Island, Seafolk Village – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM05 - Roar: Melemele Island, Kala'e Bay – It can be found in the southeast corner where the path forks. Take the upper path to find it in an alcove.
    TM06 - Toxic: Aether Paradise, Docks – It can be found in the left foreground corner of the docks.
    TM07 - Hail: Akala Island, Battle Royal Dome – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 50,000.
    TM08 - Bulk Up: Akala Island, Konikoni City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM09 - Venoshock: Akala Island, Konikoni City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM10 - Hidden Power: Akala Island, Paniola Ranch – Obtain it from the NPC to the left of the vendor at the Daycare Center.
    TM11 - Sunny Day: Akala Island, Battle Royal Dome – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 50,000.
    TM12 - Taunt: Ula'ula Island, Route 12 – Talk to the punk wearing black and white clothes in the parked motor home.
    TM13 - Ice Beam: Ula'ula Island, Mount Lanakila – After riding the elevator up, enter the cave to the northeast. It is near the entrance to the large chamber.
    TM14 - Blizzard: Poni Island, Seafolk Village – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 30,000.
    TM15 - Hyper Beam: Poni Island, Seafolk Village – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 50,000.
    TM16 - Light Screen: Akala Island, Heahea City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM17 - Protect: Akala Island, Heahea City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM18 - Rain Dance: Akala Island, Battle Royal Dome – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 50,000.
    TM19 - Roost: Ula'ula Island, Malie City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM20 - Safeguard: Akala Island, Heahea City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM21 - Frustration: Ula'ula Island, Malie City – Go to Malasada's Shop and talk to the Pokemon inside.
    TM22 - Solar Beam: Poni Island, Seafolk Village – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM23 - Smack Down: Ula'ula Island, Malie City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM24 - Thunderbolt: Poni Island, Poni Planes – Go to the upper northwest area of the planes, then back down the hills to find it in the last section.
    TM25 - Thunder: Poni Island, Seafolk Village – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 30,000.
    TM26 - Earthquake: Poni Island, Resolution Cave – Locate the breakable rocks in the cave. Use Poke-Ride and Tauros to smash through the rocks to find it.
    TM27 - Return: Ula'ula Island, Malie City – Go to Malasada's Shop and talk to the Pokemon inside.
    TM28 - Leech Life: Akala Island, Route 9 – Go down to the brown/yellow cliff's edge in the southeastern corner. Follow the lower cliffs north to the dead end to find it.
    TM29 - Psychic: Aether Paradise – Given by Wicke when leaving after your initial visit.
    TM30 - Shadow Ball: Ula'ula Island, Route 14 – Cross the water using Swim and reach the abandoned lighthouse point ruins in the southwestern corner.
    TM31 - Brick Break: Melemele Island, Verdant Cavern – It can be found on the lower left foreground of the first chamber.
    TM32 - Double Team: Akala Island, Konikoni City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM33 - Reflect: Akala Island, Heahea City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM34 - Sludge Wave: Poni Island, Seafolk Village – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM35 - Flamethrower: Poni Island, Vast Poni Canyon – It can be found on the left side of the southern path leading into the canyon.
    TM36 - Sludge Bomb: Ula'ula Island – Enter the Shady House grounds and go upstairs. Enter the bedroom at the top of the stairs and search the desk.
    TM37 - Sandstorm: Akala Island, Battle Royal Dome – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 50,000.
    TM38 - Fire Blast: Poni Island, Seafolk Village – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 30,000.
    TM39 - Rock Tomb: Akala Island, Route 7 – It can be found on the rock platform overlooking the magma, opposite the beach to the east.
    TM40 - Aerial Ace: Ula'ula Island, Malie City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM41 - Torment: Akala Island, Route 5 – It can be found near the geysers on the raised rocky path on the eastern side of the route. It can be accessed with Tauros.
    TM42 - Facade: Ula'ula Island, Malie City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM43 - Flame Charge: Akala Island, Route 8 – Talk to Colress of the Aether Foundation.
    TM44 - Rest: Akala Island, Malie City – Go to the Megamart and talk to Hypno. Give 1,000 to get it.
    TM45 - Attract: Akala Island, Hano Grand Resort – Talk to the two female golf players in the Hano Grand Hotel, then talk to the Machamp to get it.
    TM46 - Thief: Melemele Island, Verdant Cavern – Locate the breakable rocks at the end of the cave. Use Poke-Ride and Tauros to smash through the rocks to find it.
    TM47 - Low Sweep: Akala Island, Konikoni City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM48 - Round: Melemele Island, Hau'oli City – Talk to the man with the Muk in the Shopping District.
    TM49 - Echoed Voice: Melemele Island, Hau'oli City – It can be found in the grass in the park just outside the Hau'oli Marina.
    TM50 - Overheat: Poni Island, Poni Meadow – It can be found in the Poni Meadow, north of the Ancient Poni Path. It is only accessible after becoming the Alola Champion.
    TM51 - Steel Wing: Ula'ula Island, Malie City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM52 - Focus Blast: Poni Island, Seafolk Village – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 30,000.
    TM53 - Energy Ball: Akala Island, Lush Jungle – From the Trial area, proceed east and turn right at the curve to reach another section of the map. Locate the large boulder you can push. Use Machamp Shove to move the boulder, then continue down the path to find it.
    TM54 - False Swipe: Melemele Island, Iki Town – Given by Professor Kukui after defeating the Island Kahuna Hala.
    TM55 - Scald: Akala Island, Route 5 – On the grassy path south of the second pond.
    TM56 - Fling: Melemele Island, Hau'oli Cemetery – Go to the graveyard on Route 2, and talk to the Machamp carrying its trainer.
    TM57 - Charge Beam: Akala Island, Route 5 – Approximately around the middle of the route path are two small ponds with a grassy patch in-between the pair. Search in that grassy patch to find it.
    TM58 - Sky Drop: Akala Island, Route 8 – Defeat all the trainers on the route.
    TM59 - Brutal Swing: Akala Island, Route 5 – Reach the upper rocky path northeast from the Poke Center.
    TM60 - Quash: Poni Island, Poni Plains – Defeat all the trainers on the route.
    TM61 - Will-o-Wisp: Akala Island, Konikoni City – Use the Diglett Tunnel to reach the cliff's edge south of the vertical city street. It can be found next to the lighthouse.
    TM62 - Acrobatics: Melemele Island, Ten Carat Hill – Use the Tauros Charge to reach the optional area near the end of the hill.
    TM63 - Embargo: Ula'ula Island, Geothermal Power Plant – Talk to the scientist NPC in the Visitor's Center museum, with the Magnemite floating nearby.
    TM64 - Explosion: Melemele Island, Sea – Enter the waters from the beach on the west side of the volcano to find a cave entrance from the water on the southwestern corner of the volcano. It can only be accessed with Poke Ride and Sharpedo.
    TM65 - Shadow Claw: Akala Island, Konikoni City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM66 - Payback: Ula'ula Island, Malie City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM67 - Smart Strike: Akala Island, Lush Jungle – Given by Professor Kukui after completing Trial Captain Mallow's grass trial.
    TM68 - Giga Impact: Poni Island, Seafolk Village – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 50,000.
    TM69 - Rock Polish: Ula'ula Island, Malie City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM70 - Aurora Veil: Akala Island, Heahea City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 30,000.
    TM71 - Stone Edge: Poni Island, Seafolk Village – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 30,000.
    TM72 - Volt Switch: Ula'ula Island, Route 10 – At the curve in the main road, search for it on the eastern rock cliffs from the twisting paved path.
    TM73 - Thunder Wave: Akala Island, Route 7 – There is an island to the east from the beaches that can be reached by Poke Riding Lapras. Cross the water to reach the small island with large boulders inside.
    TM74 - Gyro Ball: Ula'ula Island, Route 11 – South of the city, just as you enter this route, the road forks around a patch of jungle. It can be found inside this patch of trees.
    TM75 - Swords Dance: Ula'ula Island, Malie City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM76 - Fly: Ula'ula Island, Malie City – Given by a female NPC in the library.
    TM77 - Psych Up: Ula'ula Island, Route 12 – Defeat all trainers on the route.
    TM78 - Bulldoze: Ula'ula Island, Malie City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM79 - Frost Breath: Poni Island, Ancient Poni Path – Go to the southeastern corner on the rocks near the water. It can be found after leaving the straight pathways but before reaching Poni Breaker Coast in the far southeastern corner.
    TM80 - Rock Slide: Melemele Island, Sea – Break through the boulders while Poke Riding Sharpedo to find it.
    TM81 - X-Scissor: Ula'ula Island, Route 16 – It can be found to the left of the Aether Foundation building.
    TM82 - Dragon Tail: Akala Island, Konikoni City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM83 - Infestation: Melemele Island, Route 3 – Return once you unlock the Tauros Charge. Smash through the breakable boulders on the southeastern shore to find it.
    TM84 - Poison Jab: Ula'ula Island, Route 17 – It can be found in the tall grass on the western cliff edge of the route.
    TM85 - Dream Eater: Ula'ula Island, Haina Desert – In the maze, follow these directions to reach it: north, east, north, east, west, south.
    TM86 - Grass Knot: Akala Island, Lush Jungle – From the Pokemon Center, follow the path south and east to an area with tall green grass. In the grass, go north to find a passage that leads to a clear spot with the TM.
    TM87 - Swagger: Melemele Island, Route 2 – Locate Guzma's House on Route 2. Talk to his mother to get it as a gift.
    TM88 - Sleep Talk: Akala Island, Paniola Town – Enter the town from the Route 6 path to the east of the town. This will lead into a small storage area across from the water tower with the TM.
    TM89 - U-Turn: Ula'ula Island, Malie City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM90 - Substitute : Ula'ula Island, Malie City – Purchase at the Pokemon Center for 10,000.
    TM91 - Flash Cannon: Poni Island, Seafolk Village – It can be found on the balcony of the long Pokemon-shaped ship.
    TM92 - Trick Room: Akala Island, Hano Grand Resort – Locate Kahili in Hano Grand Hotel, and talk to them after you become Champion Of Alola.
    TM93 - Wild Charge: Ula'ula Island, Route 15 – It can be found on the large square platform on the small island.
    TM94 - Surf: Poni Island, Poni Breaker Coast – Defeat the two trainers in the southeastern corner of the coast.
    TM95 - Snarl: Ula'ula Island, Route 10 – Defeat all trainers on this route.
    TM96 - Nature Power: Akala Island, Route 5 – Defeat all trainers on this route.
    TM97 - Dark Pulse: Poni Island, Poni Coast – Reach the upper coast platforms and jump down onto the lower levels to find it.
    TM98 - Waterfall: Poni Island, Poni Breaker Coast – Defeat the two trainers in the southeastern corner of the coast.
    TM99 - Dazzling Gleam: Poni Island, Vast Poni Canyon – It can be found in a small alcove through a Diglett Tunnel.
    TM100 - Confide: Melemele Island, Hau'oli Cemetery – Circle around to the area outside the tall hedges, east from the cemetery, to find it.

Evolution Stone locations

There are Evolution Stones for each type of Pokemon. Most stones are hidden in or around the environments of Alola. Not every Pokemon requires a stone to evolve, but many do. Some stones are free, while others must be purchased. Search the indicated location to find the corresponding Evolution Stone:

    Dusk Stone: It can be purchased at the Flea Market at Malie Community Center on Ula'ula Island. It can also be found underwater in Poni Wilds on Poni Island.
    Ever Stone: Battle Ilima again in his house on Melemele Island to get it.
    Eviolite: It can be found next to the Pikachu in KoniKoni City on Akala Island.
    Fire Stone: It can be found at Diglett Tunnel on Akala Island.
    Ice Stone: It can be found in the northwest corner of Po Town on Ula'ula Island.
    Icy/Smooth/Heat/Damp Rocks: Talk to an NPC at Malie Community Center on Ula'ula Island to receive one of these rocks.
    Magmarizer/Electrizer: Talk to an NPC inside the Huntail Boat at the Docks on Poni Island.
    Moon Stone: It can be found near a fountain on Route 13 on Ula'ula Island.
    Moss Stone: It can be found in the Lush Jungle.
    Oval Stone: It can be found outside the Nursery area at Paniola Ranch on Akala Island.
    Shiny Stone: It can be found on the Ancient Poni Path.
    Sun Stone: It can be found on Blush Mountain on Ula'ula Island.
    Thunder Stone: It can be found behind a truck at Dream Park on Akala Island.
    Thunder/Fire/Leaf/Water Stone: It can be purchased at Olivia's Shop in KoniKoni City on Akala Island.

Z-Crystal locations

Search the indicated location to get the corresponding Z-Crystal. Z-Crystals are required to use Z-Moves. There are a total of 18 Z-Moves, one for each type, and specific Z-Moves that only certain Pokemon can use. Z-Moves can only be used when a Pokemon and a trainer have a Z-Crystal, and after earning the Z-Ring at a certain point in the adventure.

    Buginium Z (Bug type): It can be found in Guzma's chest in the Shady House on Ula'ula Island.

    Decidium Z (Decidueye only – Spirit Shackle): It can be found in Malie Garden (part of Malie City) on Route 1 on Melmele Island.

    Flyinium Z (Flying type): Go to Ten Karat Hill (ride Tauros to break small boulders from town) and locate the shortcut to you hometown. In the lower-left corner of the cave is a large light-colored boulder. Push the boulder with Machamp Shove to open the path.

    Groundium Z (Ground type): In the cave in Vast Poni Island on Poni Island, make these turns at the forks in the road: north, east, south to reach it.

    Incinium Z (Incineroar only – Darkest Lariat): It can be found in Malie Garden (part of Malie City) on Route 1 on Melmele Island.

    Icium Z (Ice type): Starting from Tapu Village on Ula'ula Island, take the large lift north of the Pokemon Center up to Mount Lanakila. Enter the cave at the top. In the cave, take these turns at the forks in the road: north, east, south to reach it.

    Normalium Z (Normal type): Successfully complete Ilima's Island Trial in Verdant Cavern on Melemele Island.

    Pikanium Z (Pikachu only – Volt Tackle): Obtain it from the Pikachu trainer north of the Pokemon Center in Konikoni City. Look for the woman with three Pikachu near the cliff.

    Primarium Z (Primarina only – Sparkling Aria): It can be found in Malie Garden (part of Malie City) on Route 1 on Melmele Island.

    Psychium Z (Psychic type): Go to Haina Desert near Tapu Village on Ula'ula Island; the mini-map will not help. Follow these directions: 2, 1, North, 4. Check the stones for path directions. Cross the mud path with Mudsdale Gallop. It can be found in the last area you enter.

Free Pokeball locations

Search the indicated locations to get free Pokeballs:

    Lure Ball: It can be found at the Geothermal Power Plant on Ula'ula Island.
    Fast Ball: It can be found on the Path To The Observatory on Ula'ula Island.
    Friend Ball: Talk to Samuel Oak at the Recycling Plant Exterior on Ula'ula Island.
    Love Ball: Talk to Samuel Oak with an A-Persian at Malie Library on Ula'ula Island.
    Moon Ball: Talk to Samuel Oak on Mount Hokulani on Ula'ula Island.
    Level Ball: It can be found on Mount Hokulani on Ula'ula Island.
    Heavy Ball: It can be found on the Path To The Observatory on Ula'ula Island.
    Smoke Ball: It can be found in Po Town on Ula'ula Island.

Battle Tree Streak bonuses

Get the indicated win streak at the Battle Tree to get the corresponding item from the receptionist when you return the next day:

    Ability Capsule: 50 win streak
    Bottle Cap: 30 win streak
    Lansat Berry: 100 win streak
    Moomoo Milk: 5 win streak
    PP Max: 40 win streak
    PP Up: 10 win streak
    Rare Candy: 20 win streak
    Starf Berry: 200 win streak

Trainer Passport stamps

Successfully complete the indicated task to unlock the corresponding Trainer Passport stamp:

    Stamp 1 - Official Pokemon Trainer: Obtain your Trainer Passport.
    Stamp 2 - Melemele Trial Completion: Successfully complete the Grand Trial of Melemele Island.
    Stamp 3 - Akala Trial Completion: Successfully complete the Grand Trial of Akala Island.
    Stamp 4 - Ula'ula Trial Completion: Successfully complete the Grand Trial of Ula'ula Island.
    Stamp 5 - Poni Trial Completion: Successfully complete the Grand Trial of Poni Island.
    Stamp 6 - Island Challenge Completion: Successfully complete the Island Challenge.
    Stamp 7 - Melemele Pokedex Completion: Complete the Melemele Island part of the Alola Pokedex.
    Stamp 8 - Akala Pokedex Completion: Complete the Akala Island part of the Alola Pokedex.
    Stamp 9 - Ula'ula Pokedex Completion: Complete the Ula'ula Island part of the Alola Pokedex.
    Stamp 10 - Poni Pokedex Completion: Complete the Poni Island part of the Alola Pokedex.
    Stamp 11 - Alola Pokedex Completion: Complete the entire Alola Pokedex.
    Stamp 12 - 50 Consecutive Single Battle Wins: Get a 50 win Single Battle streak at the Battle Tree.
    Stamp 13 - 50 Consecutive Double Battle Wins: Get a 50 win Double Battle streak at the Battle Tree.
    Stamp 14 - Poke Finder Pro: Upgrade the Poke Finder to the final level.
    Stamp 15 - 50 Consecutive Multi Battle Wins: Get a 50 win Multi Battle streak at the Battle Tree.

Useful item locations

Search the indicated locations to find useful items:

    Amulet Coin: It can be found outside the Nursery at Paniola Ranch on Akala Island. It doubles money received after battle.

    Fishing Rod: Defeat the Wishiwashi Totem Pokemon on Akala Island. It allows you to fish.

    Focus Band: Return at night to the Police Department on Akala Island to find it. It adds a 10% chance an attack that would normally defeat a Pokemon will only lower that Pokemon's HP to 1.

    Heart Scales: In the restaurant in KoniKoni City on Akala Island, order food to obtain two of these items. Give it to Move Reminder NPCs to relearn forgotten moves.

    Lucky Punch: Talk to a female NPC near a Steelix Boat on the docks in Seafolk Village on Poni Island. It increases Chansey's Critical Hit ratio two stages.

    Muscle Band: Battle Lana again at Lana's House on Akala Island. It boosts power of physical moves by 10%.

    Safety Goggles: In Haina Desert on Ula'ula Island, follow this path: 2, 4, then talk to the Hiker at the end of the path. He only appears at night. It gives immunity to powder moves and weather effects.

    Shell Bell: It can be unlocked during the Delibird Event at Tourist Bureau on Melemele Island. 1/8th of all damage dealt is restored to the wearer as HP.

Battle Styles

Successfully complete the indicated task to unlock the corresponding Battle Style. Before a battle begins, you can show your battle pose; each style has its own unique Poke Ball throwing animation. You can change your Battle Style by speaking to the old man in the Outer Cape located at the north of Malie City.

    Elegant Style: Speak to the old man at the Malie City Outer Cape.
    Girlish Style: Defeat Lana in a battle in Konikoni City.
    Idol Style: Reach "Master" rank in the Battle Royal.
    Left-Handed Style: Defeat Ilima in a battle in Hau'oli City.
    Passionate Style: Get 50 consecutive wins in the Battle Tree.
    Reverent Style: Defeat Kiawe in a battle near the Thrifty Megamart in Paniola Town.
    Smug Style: Defeat Gladion on Mount Lanakila before the Elite Four.

Learning new Pokeball Throw Styles

To learn new Pokeball Throw Styles, you must defeat Trial Captains in their homes, and then find the Pokeball Throw Trainer. Trial Captains return to their homes after their Island Kahuna is defeated. Each Trial Captain you defeat in their respective home will unlock one new Pokeball Throw Style, which you can then learn from the Pokeball Throw Trainer. The Pokeball Throw Style Trainer can be found outside the Recycling Plant on Ula'ula Island. They will teach you new Pokeball Throwing Styles for each Trial Captain you have re-battled. The Trial Captain houses can be found at the following locations:

    Ilima: Look for the house with a pool southwest of the Pokemon Center in Hau'oli City.
    Lana: Look for the house in the northwest corner of Konikoni City.
    Mallow: Look for the house south of the Pokemon Center in Konikoni City.

You will also get valuable items, such as Evolution Stones and Pokemon held-items, for re-battling Trial Captains.

Evolution requirements

Successfully complete the indicated requirement(s) to evolve the corresponding Pokemon. Note: Not all Pokemon can evolve. If a Pokemon is not listed below, it cannot evolve.

Alolan Rattata / Alolan Raticate

    First Form: Alolan Rattata
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 20 at night.
    Second Form: Alolan Raticate

Pichu / Pikachu / Alolan Raichu

    First Form: Pichu
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves when High Happiness is gained.
    Second Form: Pikachu
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves after using a Thunder Stone.
    Third Form: Alolan Raichu

Alolan Sandshrew / Alolan Sandslash (Pokemon Moon only)

    First Form: Alolan Sandshrew
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves after using an Ice Stone.
    Second Form: Alolan Sandslash

Alolan Vulpix / Alolan Ninetales (Pokemon Sun only)

    First Form: Alolan Vulpix
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves after using an Ice Stone.
    Second Form: Alolan Ninetales

Alolan Diglett / Alolan Dugtrio

    First Form: Alolan Diglett
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 26.
    Second Form: Alolan Dugtrio

Alolan Meowth / Alolan Persian

    First Form: Alolan Meowth
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves when High Happiness is gained.
    Second Form: Alolan Persian

Alolan Geodude / Alolan Graveler / Alolan Golem

    First Form: Alolan Geodude
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 25.
    Second Form: Alolan Graveler
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves when traded.
    Third Form: Alolan Golem

Alolan Grimer / Alolan Muk

    First Form: Alolan Grimer
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 38.
    Second Form: Alolan Muk

Exeggcute / Alolan Exeggutor

    First Form: Exeggcute
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves after using a Leaf Stone.
    Second Form: Alolan Exeggutor

Cubone / Alolan Marowak

    First Form: Cubone
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 28 at night.
    Second Form: Alolan Marowak

Litten / Torracat / Incineroar

    First Form: Litten
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 17.
    Second Form: Torracat
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 34.
    Third Form: Incineroar

Rowlet / Dartrix / Decidueye

    First Form: Popplio
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 17.
    Second Form: Dartrix
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 34.
    Third Form: Decidueye

Popplio / Brionne / Primarina

    First Form: Popplio
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 17.
    Second Form: Brionne
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 34.
    Third Form: Primarina

Pikipek / Trumbeak / Toucannon

    First Form: Pikipek
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 14.
    Second Form: Trumbeak
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 28.
    Third Form: Toucannon

Yungoos / Gumshoos

    First Form: Yungoos
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 20 in the morning.
    Second Form: Gumshoos

Grubbin / Charjabug / Vikavolt

    First Form: Grubbin
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 20.
    Second Form: Charjabug
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves when Leveling Up at Vast Poni Canyon.
    Third Form: Vikabolt

Crabrawler / Crabonimable

    First Form: Crabrawler
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves when Leveling Up on Mount Lanakila.
    Second Form: Crabonimable

Cutiefly / Ribombee

    First Form: Cutiefly
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 25.
    Second Form: Ribombee

Rockruff / Lycanroc

    First Form: Rockruff
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 25 in the morning/night.
    Second Form: Lycanroc (Midday / Midnight)
    Pokemon Sun: Midday Form – Must be leveled in the morning.
    Pokemon Moon: Midnight Form – Must be leveled at night.

Mareanie / Toxapex

    First Form: Mareanie
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 38.
    Second Form: Toxapex

Mudbray / Mudsdale

    First Form: Mudbray
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 30.
    Second Form: Mudsdale

Dewpider / Araquanid

    First Form: Dewpider
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 22.
    Second Form: Araquanid

Fomantis / Lurantis

    First Form: Fomantis
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 34 in the morning/daytime.
    Second Form: Lurantis

Morelull / Shiinotic

    First Form: Morelull
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 24.
    Second Form: Shiinotic

Salandit / Salazzle

    First Form: Salandit
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 33 (females only).
    Second Form: Salazzle (male Salandit will not evolve).

Stufful / Bewear

    First Form: Stufful
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 27.
    Second Form: Bewear

Bounsweet / Steenee / Tsareena

    First Form: Bounsweet
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 18.
    Second Form: Steenee
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves after gaining Stomp (learned at Level 29).
    Third Form: Tsareena

Wimpod / Golisopod

    First Form: Wimpod
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 30.
    Second Form: Golisopod

Sandygast / Palossand

    First Form: Sandygast
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 42.
    Second Form: Palossand

Type: Null / Silvally

    First Form: Type: Null
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves when High Happiness is gained.
    Second Form: Silvally

Jangmo-o / Hakamo-o / Kommo-o

    First Form: Jangmo-o
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 35.
    Second Form: Hakamo-o
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 45.
    Third Form: Kommo-o

Cosmog / Cosmoem / Solgaleo / Lunala

    First Form: Cosmog
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 43.
    Second Form: Cosmoem
    Evolution Requirement: Evolves at Level 53.
    Third Form: Solgaleo (Pokemon Sun) / Lunala (Pokemon Moon)

Key NPC locations

Key NPCs are unique characters found across the Alolan region. They have something special to offer, such as a skill, feature, or something else you cannot find elsewhere. Go to the indicated location to find the corresponding key NPC:

    Hidden Power Checker: Talk to the NPC to the left of the main desk in the Daycare Center at Paniola Ranch on Akala Island.
    Keldeo/Moloetta Tutor: Talk to the tutor at the Hano Grand Hotel in Heahea City on Akala Island.
    Name Rater: Talk to the name rater in the Alola Tourist in Heahea City on Bureau Akala Island.
    Pledge Tutor: Talk to the pledge tutor at the Hau'oli Shopping Mall in Hau'oli City on Melemele Island.
    Pokeball Throw Style Tutor: Talk to the tutor outside the Recycling Plant on Ula'ula Island. The tutor teaches new Pokeball Throwing Styles for Trial Captains you have re-battled in their homes.

Berry locations

Search the indicated location(s) to find the listed type of berry:

    Aguav Berry: They can be found on Route 4.
    Aspear Berry: They can be found in Route 16.
    Cheri Berry: They can be found on Route 3, Route 5, Route 8, and Secluded Shore.
    Chesto Berry: They can be found on Route 2.
    Chilan Berry: They can be found in Poni Wilds.
    Chople Berry: They can be found in Poni Wilds.
    Coba Berry: They can be found in Poni Wilds.
    Colbur Berry: They can be found in Poni Wilds.
    Haban Berry: They can be found in Poni Wilds.
    Hondew Berry: They can be found on Route 10.
    Iapapa Berry: They can be found on Route 4.
    Kee Berry: They can be found on Route 10.
    Leppa Berry: They can be found on Route 2 and Secluded Shore.
    Mago Berry: They can be found in Lush Jungle.
    Occa Berry: They can be found in Poni Plains.
    Oran Berry: They can be found in Berry Fields.
    Passho Berry: They can be found in Poni Wilds.
    Pecha Berry: They can be found on Route 3, Route 4, Route 5, and Route 16.
    Persim Berry: They can be found on Route 5 and Route 16.
    Petaya Berry: They can be found in Poni Wilds.
    Qualot Berry: They can be found on Route 10.
    Rawst Berry: They can be found on Route 17 and Royal Avenue.
    Rindo Berry: They can be found in Poni Plains.
    Salac Berry: They can be found in Poni Wilds.
    Shuca Berry: They can be found in Poni Plains.
    Sitrus Berry: They can be found on Route 3, Route 8, Route 17, and Berry Fields.
    Tamato Berry: They can be found on Royal Avenue.
    Yache Berry: They can be found in Poni Wilds.

Shady House solution

While on Ula'ula Island, you will reach the Shady House. You will have to solve a quiz to gain access to the upstairs room. When you reach the second floor, a door will be blocked and you need the password to enter. The first clue is on the first floor, in the back most room on the left. There is a piece of paper there you can check to get the clue (it may be "Beat Up"). Then, take the door that leads under the stair case and proceed across to the other side to find a piece of paper in the kitchen that contains the next clues. The first part is the password (it may be "Tapu Cocoa"), and the second part will either be "No!" or "Yes!". The third piece of paper can be found on the second floor, in last door on the left. The clue may be "Golisopod". Finally, talk to the guy at the door and answer all questions using the clues. He will then ask if you are sure. You must answer with "No!" or "Yes!" depending on the listed clue that was found on the second piece of paper to proceed.

Demo bonuses

Successfully complete the indicated task in the demo version of Pokemon Sun/Moon to unlock the corresponding item in the full version of the game using the "Pokemon Link" option:

    Ash-Greninja (Greninja with Battle Bond used in demo): Successfully complete an adventure.
    Balm Mushroom: Celebrate the birthday of the Pikachu in the corner of the City Hall 12 days after starting the demo.
    Comet Shard: See the girl in the Marina off on her journey 24 days after the demo starts.
    Nugget: Successfully complete the Pokemon Capture challenge.
    Pretty Wing x10: Speak with the man outside of the Pokemon Center one day after starting the demo.
    Star Piece: Defeat all of the trainers at Ten-Carat Hill.
    Stardust x3: Get rid of all the rocks in Mahalo Trail.

Exclusive Pokemon

There are seven exclusive Pokemon each in Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon. The following is a list and description of all 14 exclusive Pokemon:

Pokemon Sun

    Lycanroc (Midday Form; Rock type): The second form and first evolution of Rockruff is a wolf-like Pokemon that lives alone. While still threatening, the Midday Form of Lycanroc isn't nearly as menacing as the werewolf-like menace exuding from her brother, the Lycanroc Midnight Form. In its midday form, it retains the light-brown colors and looks much more like a wolf, ready to pounce on prey.

    Ninetails (Alolan Form; Ice/Fairy type): The Alolan evolution for Vulpix, Alolan Ninetails becomes a dual-type with the addition of Fairy. This chilly Ninetails features a billowing tail, making it resemble a freezing winter fog. It has adapted to live on high peaks and traverse freezing conditions on mountains.

    Passimian (Fighting type): A Pokemon that's all about teamwork, Passimian works together with a pack, passing hard-shelled berries to help friends or hurt enemies. Seen taking a Quarterback-like stance, Passimian even wears a green helmet fashioned from hard Alolan berries.

    Solgaleo (Psychic/Steel type): The sol-based Legendary found only in Pokemon Sun comes in two phases — normal, and Radiant Sun. When transformed, Solgaleo can expend the vast amounts of solar energy from its body, and glows brightly. This Pokemon can't be captured by normal means. Only the strongest trainers will be able to calm it's burning personality.

    Turtonator (Fire/Dragon type): This explosive turtle Pokemon features elements of a common tortoise mixed with a landmine. That makes a tough combination, and the fire type / dragon type combo only makes sense for a fire-breather. The heavy shell it uses to protect itself makes this tank-like Pokemon ideal for the lava-filled volcano environments found in Alola.

    UB-02 Absorption: This Ultra Beast only appears in Pokemon Sun, and resembles a massive, muscular lobster. This massive creature is all about physical attacks and high defense, and can bring the pain with its over-sized fists, raining punches on unsuspecting Pokemon and their trainers if they're not ready for a tough fight.

    Vulpix (Alolan Form; Ice type): Vulpix and Ninetails return in Pokemon Sun with their all-new Alolan forms. Switched from their traditional fire type, both are now ice type due to their living conditions on a cold Alolan island. Although it doesn't visit warm climates often, Alolan Vulpix can lower the temperature of an area on command.

Pokemon Moon

    Drampa (Normal/Dragon type): Another dual-type, this calming sea monster comes from the skies high above the Alola region. Looking something like a Chinese Dragon (think Dragon Ball Z), this chill creature rides on a wave. It likes to move slow, take its time, and doesn't really like going up stairs. Constantly riding on a cloud, Drampa loves nothing more than caring for its children.

    Lunala (Psychic/Ghost type): The Legendary of Pokemon Moon is a massive bat with guillotine-like wings. It is the opposite of Pokemon Sun's Solgaleo, and absorbs dark energy into its body instead of light. The Full Moon form changes the colors of Lunala so it more closely resembles a complete moon, right before unleashing its deadly psychic abilities.

    Lycanroc (Midnight Form; Rock type): The aggressive, and red-hued Midnight Form of Lycanroc loves to fight, and it shows. Looking more like a werewolf than a regular wolf, Midnight Form Lycanroc walks on two feet, and remains permanently hunched over, coiled and ready to attack.

    Oranguru (Normal/Psychic type): This wise old orangutan lives alone, deep in the forests, where it can calmly ponder the mysteries of life. Orangurus, according to legend, were once mistaken for humans deep in the Alolan forests, due to their highly intelligent nature.

    Sandshrew (Alolan Form; Ice/Steel type): Leaving the ground, the chilly Sandshrew has adapted to Alola and become a dual-type; Ice and Steel. Like the ice Vulpix, Sandshrew also migrated to the freezing mountains of the Alolan region where it took on new traits.

    Sandslash (Alolan Form; Ice/Steel type): Replacing quills with even bigger icicles, the Alolan Sandslash uses its claws to carve through the snow on high mountains where most trainers won't dare tread. They might be rare, but photographers covet Sandslash sightings due to the snow they kick up.

    UB-02 Beauty: The exclusive Ultra Beast found in Pokemon Moon is UB-02 Beauty, a slender mantis-like being that can move faster than lightning. Its strange features sap the will to fight from trainers, suggesting it will lean more heavily on buffs / debuffs when you encounter it later in the story.

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