Pokemon Ultra Sun And Ultra Moon Guides Tagged Articles RSS Feed | GameSkinny.com Pokemon Ultra Sun And Ultra Moon Guides RSS Feed on GameSkinny.com https://www.gameskinny.com/ en Launch Media Network September's Legendary Pokemon: Get Latios & Latias https://www.gameskinny.com/f3gmf/septembers-legendary-pokemon-get-latios-latias https://www.gameskinny.com/f3gmf/septembers-legendary-pokemon-get-latios-latias Tue, 04 Sep 2018 13:52:44 -0400 Bryant Pereira

The Pokemon Company spent the majority of this year distributing legendary Pokemon through various means to owners of Pokemon Ultra Sun & Moon and Pokemon Sun & MoonThis month's legendary duo is Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire's dragon/psychic Pokemon Latios and Latias.

From September 2 to 29, trainers can visit local participating Best Buy stores to receive a code that can be redeemed in-game. Latias will be available to Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Sun players, while Latios can be downloaded to Pokemon Ultra Moon and Pokemon Moon games.

Depending on which game you have, the level and items of your Latios or Latias will differ. Here are the stats for each type of Pokemon.

Pokemon Ultra Sun Latias
  • Level: 100   
  • Ability: Levitate
  • Held Item: Gold Bottle Cap
  • Moves: Mist Ball, Psychic, Draco Meteor, Tailwind
Pokemon Sun Latias
  • Level: 60
  • Ability: Levitate
  • Moves: Mist Ball, Dragon Pulse, Psycho Shift, Wish
Pokemon Ultra Moon Latios
  • Level: 100
  • Ability: Levitate
  • Held Item: Gold Bottle Cap
  • Moves: Luster Purge, Psychic, Draco Meteor, Tailwind
Pokemon Moon Latios
  • Level: 60
  • Ability: Levitate
  • Moves: Luster Purge, Dragon Pulse, Psycho Shift, Dragon Breath

The Gold Bottle Cap item that comes with the Ultra versions of the games is a very valuable item, as it can be traded in to maximize all of a Pokemon's IV (Individual Values) -- an incredibly useful feature for competitive players.

Next months legendary distribution will give trainers the chance to get Reshiram or Zekrom, with Ho-Oh and Lugia following in November.

With Pokemon Lets Go Pikachu and Lets Go Eevee on the horizon, players have a limited time to get all the legendary monsters they can. Gamefreak and The Pokemon Company have not confirmed if Pokemon Bank will be compatible with the new games.

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Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide: 20 Things to Do In The Post Game https://www.gameskinny.com/d952o/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-ultra-moon-guide-20-things-to-do-in-the-post-game https://www.gameskinny.com/d952o/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-ultra-moon-guide-20-things-to-do-in-the-post-game Sun, 24 Dec 2017 16:55:38 -0500 Craig Snyder

It's been quite some time since the release of Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon now, and a lot of people are saying that these two titles rank well up there with some of the all-time best for this legendary series.

Throughout the years, mainline Pokémon games have went through an evolution of being linear and one-track to almost open world. In the Ultra games, you can run around and do as your heart desires. Enjoy the game and your surroundings. There's no need to rush to the final battle, but once you do get there, have no fear. Even after beating Pokémon Ultra Sun or Ultra Moon, there's a ton of things left to do in the post game.

Get the Shiny Charm and Oval Charm

I recently created a complete guide on how you can do this! Obtaining these two items as early as you can is a great way to supercharge your postgame adventures. Once you have them, breeding some of the rarest and best Pokémon in the game will be significantly easier.

Challenge Faba (Again)

Once you reach the postgame, you'll be able to encounter Faba once again on the first floor of Aether Paradise.

This time when you beat Faba, you'll be rewarded with the Dubious Disc. This is an item that will help you get your hands on Porygon2 and Porygon-Z.

Upgrade the Festival Plaza to Level 100

The Festival Plaza is one of the most fun experiences for new Pokémon players, and grinding through it to earn Festival Coins will actually prove really rewarding in terms of the benefits you'll get from the items you can then purchase.

Although the Festival Plaza can be leveled beyond 100, at this level you'll have unlocked all of the available features. Levels beyond 100 are kind of just the cherry on top.

Unlock Every Battle Style

Battle Styles are a cool way to add a little extra flavor and flair to the way you enter and carry out Pokémon battles, specifically the way you toss out your Poké Balls. If you speak to the man in Malie City's Outer Cape, you can switch up your style from Normal Style to one of the many alternatives:

  • Elegant Style
  • Girlish Style
  • Left-handed Style
  • Idol Style
  • Passionate Style
  • Nihilist Style
  • Reverent Style
  • Smug Style

Unlocking each style is as simple as defeating certain trainers or reaching specific ranks throughout the game.

Catch the Legendary Tapu Pokémon

After finishing the game, you can make your way to the four islands guarded by the Tapu Pokémon to defeat and capture them. These Pokémon, and their respective islands, are as follows:

  • Koko: Melemele Island (Ruins of Conflict)
  • Lele: Akala Island (Ruins of Life)
  • Bulu: Ula'ula Island (Ruins of Abundance)
  • Fini: Poni Island (Ruins of Hope)

To reach these Tapu Pokémon however, you'll need to be keen to solving the puzzles that await you at their ruins.

If you end up KOing or failing to catch any of the Tapu Pokémon, you'll need to defeat the Elite Four of the Pokémon League. Come back to the ruins and then the Tapu Pokémon should have respawned.

Obtain Type: Null

Getting Type: Null in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon is actually pretty easy. Once you beat the game, go to Poni Island and you'll find Wicke and Hau talking. Wicke will give you Type: Null by request of Gladion, and on top of that she'll give you a stack of Memory Drives!

Obtain Cosmog

To get Cosmog, you're first going to need to catch Solgaleo or Lunala (depending on your version of the game) and have them in your party. When you have the Pokémon available to your version and you've beaten the game, you want to go to the Altar of Sunne or the Altar of Moone either at day or night (again, depending on your version of the game).

When you get there, enter the Reverse World. When in the Reverse World, make your way to the Lake of Sunne or the Lake of Moone (at Ula'ula Island). There, you'll find Cosmog and he'll join now.

Obtain Magearna

Here are the QR codes for Magearna:

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon QR Codes

Scan the one for your region. When done, head to the Antiquities of the Ages shop inside of the Hau'oli City Shopping Mall on Melemele Island. When you arrive, a delivery man will give you a Magearna. Magearna starts at level 50, comes with the Soul Heart ability, the Flash Cannon, Fleur Cannon, Lucky Chant, and Helping Hand moves, and a Bottle Cap.

Get the Eevium Z

As Champion of Alola, make way to the Thrifty Megamart on Royal Avenue and talk with Kagetora behind the counter. He'll challenge you to find and defeat the eight trainers of the Eevee evolutions.

Here are their locations:

  1. Polly (Vaporeon): Go to the Trainer School on Melemele Island. She's on the right of the third floor.
  2. Chad (Flareon): Go to Tidesong Hotel on Akala Island. He's standing against the wall.
  3. Jane (Jolteon): Go to Malie Community Centre on Ula'ula Island. She's sitting on the sofa.
  4. Ishaan (Espeon): Go to the Geothermal Power Plant on Ula'ula Island. He's watching TV in the left corner.
  5. Braiden (Umbreon): Go to the Hau'oli Cemetery on Melemele Island. He's the man by the grave at the top-left.
  6. Rea (Glaceon): Go to Iki Town on Melemele Island. In the far left house, she's the lady in the kitchen.
  7. Linnea (Leafeon): Go to Hano Grand Resort on Akala Island. Instead of going inside, go right at the beach and follow the sea northwards. Go around the docks and she's the young girl there.
  8. Kira (Sylveon): Go to Seafolk Village on Poni Island. At the bottom-right of the Steelix boat, she's the young girl.

Once you've defeated them all, head back to the Thrifty Megamart and you can fight Kagetora and his level 57 Eevee. Upon winning, you get the Eevium Z Z-Crystal.

Enjoy the Battle Buffet

The Battle Buffet creates an interesting little minigame out of both battling and trying out food in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. Once you've beaten the game, you can finally enjoy it to your heart's content.

Every time you eat and battle here, you rack up experience, Poké Dollars, and some pretty useful prizes like Max Revives and HP Ups.

Work at the Poké Pelago

The Poké Pelago is a place where you can do all sorts of things with the Pokémon in your PC boxes, including picking berries, training, minining, egg hatching, and snacking on Poké Beans.

With so many things available to do in this game mode, it's really worth a revisit if you weren't able to spend time here before.

Develop the Poké Pelago Islands

If you find yourself really enjoying the features of Poké Pelago, you're going to want to develop the islands to make your work there even more fruitful.

The islands are as follows:

  • Isle Abeens: Beanstalks
  • Isle Aphun: Mining
  • Isle Aplenny: Berry farming
  • Isle Avue: Hot springs
  • Isle Evelup: Training

Each island can be raised up to its third phase of effectiveness.

Get the Poké Finder Upgrades

Snapping photos of Pokémon throughout Alola will earn you points. These points can be spent to make upgrades to the Poké Finder as follows:

Version Feature Points Required
2 Zoom 1500
3 Enhanced Zoom 10,000
4 Max Zoom 100,000
5 Calling Button 1,500,000

 

Master Mantine Surfing

Mantine riding is the new PokéRide style feature in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. The beaches on Melemele, Akala, Ula'ula, and Poni islands give you access to obstacle-filled courses where you can hone your skills.

Earning points while riding through these courses is dependent on doing various moves. Getting a top score at each of the beaches will reward you with special new moves, like the Starmie 720, Magikarp Splash, or Primaria Twist. If you get the top score at all four of these beaches, you'll learn the Over-the-Gyrados move and you'll receive Surfing Pikachu.

Surfing Pikachu is a special version of Pikachu that knows Surf.

Unlock the Judge Functionality of the PC

To unlock the Judge function, first hatch 20 eggs and then visit the IV Judge at the Battle Tree. Speak with him and he'll give you access to it.

The Judge function allows you to determine the IVs of your Pokémon. These influence statistics like HP, Attack, Defense, and so on.

Challenge Yourself Against Red or Blue

As in many previous versions of Pokémon, in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon you can challenge Pokémon Masters Red and Blue. Head to the Battle Tree on Poni Island after you've beaten the game and you can find them.

These battles are some of the most exciting in the game. Choose a fight against Red if you're looking to fight Pokémon at higher levels, but choose Blue if you want to go up against Pokémon at the highest evolutions.

Collect Every Totem Sticker

Collecting all 100 totem stickers will unlock all six of the Totem Pokémon in the game when brought to Professor Samson Oak. Luckily for you, we have a full screenshot guide of all 100 totem stickers in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

Collect Every Z-Move Crystal

In Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, the majority of Z-Move Crystals can be picked up through the Island Trials. However, the Pokémon-specific Z-Move Crystals are a lot more difficult and time-consuming to get your hands on.

These crystals unlock some of the most powerful moves and hype cutscenes in the game, so it's worth your time to try to pick up all of them.

Collect Every Technical Machine (TM)

With 100 in total, collecting all of these is going to take a lot of time. What better time to do it than when you're completed the game and you're trying to fully trick-out your Pokémon? Not all moves come in TM form, but picking up all of these is definitely going to benefit your arsenal as a trainer.

Meet Team Rainbow Rocket

Last but not least, how could you go through Pokémon Ultra Sun or Ultra Moon without playing through the Team Rainbow Rocket arc? Although it is technically part of the postgame, this Team Rocket revival story plays like a neccessary extension of the Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. You won't want to miss it.

You'll go from the Festival Plaza all the way to Aether Paradise trying to shut down this evil crime organization, and it's on you as the Champion of Alola to do just that. Team Rainbow Rocket is definitely the main attraction to your postgame adventure!

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Don't be so fast to put down Pokémon Ultra Sun or Ultra Moon after you've beaten the game, because there's a lot of content left to be explored. Challenge yourself and just see how far you can get towards a 100% completion of the game! Pokémon games leave you feeling very satisfied and rewarded when you knock achievements off that bucket list, and this is one of the most complete post game lists out there.

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How to Restart in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon https://www.gameskinny.com/y4fl4/how-to-restart-in-pokemon-ultra-sun-and-ultra-moon https://www.gameskinny.com/y4fl4/how-to-restart-in-pokemon-ultra-sun-and-ultra-moon Sat, 16 Dec 2017 10:40:24 -0500 Joshua Broadwell

Pokemon games are somewhat notorious for only having one save file. What if you want to play as a different gender, have a different team, choose Popplio instead of Rowlet (and don't lie; you know you want to) all on the same card? Unfortunately, Game Freak didn't see fit to address that problem with its latest games, so the only way to get a do-over in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon is to start over completely. But the games don't do a tremendously good job of telling you how to do that. In fact, they don't tell you period.

How to Delete a Save File

Fortunately, it's super simple to delete a save file in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon so you can start over. On the opening screen, the one where the cinematic is playing, press Up on the D-Pad, B, and X at the same time. You'll then be asked whether you really want to delete all your data and so on. It might take a try or two, unless you have excellent timing when pressing buttons, but you'll get there.

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That's it for how to restart your save file, but be sure to check out our other Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon guides for other tips and tricks to help you be a Pokemon Master!

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Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon: Complete Fossils Guide https://www.gameskinny.com/hv4d6/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-ultra-moon-complete-fossils-guide https://www.gameskinny.com/hv4d6/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-ultra-moon-complete-fossils-guide Thu, 30 Nov 2017 11:10:42 -0500 Craig Snyder

Fossil Pokémon are some of the coolest and most unique of the set. The Pokémon series is filled with interesting subsets of Pokémon, but the prehistoric ones have always seemed to really captivate the fanbase. When Twitch Plays Pokémon was a craze, quality memes like Lord Helix popped out of nowhere thanks to them.

Lord Helix may be a thing of the past, but Fossil Pokémon are back in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon in some new and improved ways. Let's look at which Fossil Pokémon are exclusive to each game and learn how to get each of them.

How to Get Fossils in Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon

In past iterations of the series, you'd have to make a careful choice between which fossils you'd want to invest in. In Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, it's a bit different because you have the option of collecting the five fossils from your version of the game as well as trading for the five fossils in the other version of the game.

Another big difference from previous games in the Pokémon series is that you don't have to go through the tedious task of making your way through caves and dungeons to find these fossils. Instead, they're all available in shops in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

In Konikoni City, you can find Olivia's shop. It's located at the city's crossroads, across from the Pokémon Center. Olivia's shop sells rare stones, including the fossils that can unlock these Fossil Pokémon. All of the fossils cost 7,000 Pokédollars, and you can only purchase one of each fossil.

Depending on which version of the game you're playing, the old woman in the shop will have five different fossils. In Pokémon Ultra Sun, it's Claw, Skull, Helix, Cover, and Jaw. In Pokémon Ultra Moon, it's Sail, Plume, Dome, Root, and Armor. Check out the headings below for each game to discover which Pokémon is unlocked by which fossil.

Pokémon Ultra Sun Fossil Pokémon

Anorith

Anorith is a Generation III Pokémon of Rock/Bug type that evolves into Armaldo. You can get this Pokémon from the Claw Fossil.

Cranidos

Cranidos is a Generation IV Pokémon of Rock type that evolves into Rampardos. You can get this Pokémon from the Skull Fossil.

Omanyte

Omanyte is a Generation I Pokémon of Rock/Water type that evolves into Omastar. You can get this Pokémon from the Helix Fossil.

Tirtouga

Tirtouga is a Generation V Pokémon of Water/Rock type that evolves into Carracosta. You can get this Pokémon from the Cover Fossil.

Tyrunt

Tyrunt is a Generation VI Pokémon of Rock/Dragon type that evolves into Tyrantrum. You can get this Pokémon from the Jaw Fossil.

Pokémon Ultra Moon Fossil Pokémon

 

Amaura

Amaura is a Generation VI Pokémon of Rock/Ice type that evolves into Aurorus. You can get this Pokémon from the Sail Fossil.

Archen

Archen is a Generation V Pokémon of Rock/Water type that evolves into Archeops. You can get this Pokémon from the Plume Fossil.

Kabuto

Kabuto is a Generation I Pokémon of Rock/Water type that evolves into Kabutops. You can get this Pokémon from the Dome Fossil.

Lileep

Lileep is a Generation III Pokémon of Rock/Grass type that evolves into Cradily. You can get this Pokémon from the Root Fossil.

Shieldon

Shieldon is a Generation IV Pokémon of Rock/Steel type that evolves into Bastiodon. You can get this Pokémon from the Armor Fossil.

How to Get Pokémon from Fossils in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Now that you're able to pick out which fossil you want, we need to figure out how to get the associated Pokemon from that fossil.

Head to the Pokémon Center on Route 8. From there, you want to go up until you're able to turn right into a forest. Inside of this forest, you'll find a man inside of a recreation vehicle that can revive your fossils. This is the Fossil Restoration Center.

His dialogue is a little weird, as you may expect from someone in an RV in the woods, but feel free to come back to him with as many fossils as you want, and he'll turn them into Pokémon.

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Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon eliminated the stress of having to pick between limited Fossil Pokémon availability, but you're still going to have to grind and work to get your hands on the ones that belong to the game title opposite of yours.

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Pokemon Ultra Sun & Moon Postgame: Shiny & Oval Charms Guide - https://www.gameskinny.com/hq6bu/pokemon-ultra-sun-moon-postgame-shiny-oval-charms-guide https://www.gameskinny.com/hq6bu/pokemon-ultra-sun-moon-postgame-shiny-oval-charms-guide Thu, 30 Nov 2017 10:51:21 -0500 Craig Snyder

So, you've beaten Pokémon Ultra Sun or Ultra Moon. Well done, but the game is far from over. There's tons of post-game content packed into these two new Pokémon games, and one of the most important things for you to knock out first is collecting the two Key Item charms.

Obtaining the Shiny and Oval Charms is not only part of the post-game bucket list, but doing so is going to help you progress even further into the game by obtaining new and Shiny Pokémon even more easily. Want to know how to get your hands on these two powerful items? Here's how.

How to Get the Shiny Charm in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Getting the Shiny Charm requires that you complete the Alola Pokédex, which is around 400 Pokémon (not the full 800). This does mean that you're going to have to invest time in getting the Ultra Beasts and Legendaries, as they are part of Alola.

Once you've done that, go to the Game Freaks building. The Game Freaks building is on the second island (Akala), right on the main strip in Heahea City, making it accessible pretty early on into the game. Once inside the Game Freaks building, go up the stairs to the second floor, and you'll find the game director. He's the guy with the red headband.

Talk to him and he's going to give you a stamp for your passport book, the Shiny Charm, and a unique outfit: Karate Gi Jacket and Karate Gi Pants.

What does the Shiny Charm do?

The Shiny Charm is a Key Item that originally comes from Pokémon Black 2 and White 2. It increases your chance of encountering Shiny Pokémon, and you receive this effect by simply having the item in your inventory.

This increase makes Shiny encounters go from 1 in 4,096 random encounters to 1 in ~1,365. Getting Shiny Pokémon from methods like Masuda breeding will also experience an increase in probability.

How to Get the Oval Charm in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Just like the Shiny Charm, the Oval Charm can be obtained in Heahea City at the Game Freaks building. Go to the second floor of this building and head to the left of the room. Here, you'll find Morimoto. Talk to him and you'll jump into a battle against Morimoto and Iwao. You can only participate in this battle after you've beaten the Elite Four.

Both of them have very high-level Pokémon, so be prepared. Upon beating them, Morimoto will give you the Oval Charm. As an additional fun fact, Shigeki Morimoto is the game designer that created Mew, and Kazumasa Iwao was one of the leads that developed Pokémon's battle system.

What does the Oval Charm do?

Just like the Shiny Charm, the Oval Charm is another Key Item originally from Pokémon Black 2 and White 2. It increases the chance of Pokémon Eggs being found at the Nursery. You experience this effect any time the item is in your inventory.

There doesn't seem to be any precise data on the increase percentage yet, but I do know that an egg cycle consists of 255 steps, and the Oval Charm chance changes every 256 steps. People have reported increases ranging from about 5% to 12%. This item is great when used in tandem with the Shiny Charm during Masuda method breeding.

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With these two charms, Pokémon breeding is just about as good as it gets in Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. Anyone who's interested in trading Pokémon needs these items, and they're really not too hard to get once you've reached the endgame.

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Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Guide: How to Catch Solgaleo, Lunala, and Cosmog https://www.gameskinny.com/ntgp6/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-moon-guide-how-to-catch-solgaleo-lunala-and-cosmog https://www.gameskinny.com/ntgp6/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-moon-guide-how-to-catch-solgaleo-lunala-and-cosmog Mon, 27 Nov 2017 17:31:19 -0500 Autumn Fish

Solgaleo and Lunala are the box Legendaries for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, so naturally, it stands to reason that you would get one of them in their respective game. However, there are actually two versions of the box Legendary in your game, leaving you with the extra Pokemon you need to fairly trade with another version -- though you'll need to follow an obscure sidequest found near the end of the story to get it.

So how do you catch the original Solgaleo or Lunala, and how do you go on to find their stunt double? Let's dive in!

How to Catch Solgaleo in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Lunala in Ultra Moon

Solgaleo and Lunala become catchable in their respective versions after traveling to Ultra Megalopolis and defeating Necrozma at the end of the game. They're not found at the Altar of the Sunne or Moone, though, like they were in the originals.

Instead, travel to Iki Town on Melemele Island and make your way up towards the Ruins of Conflict. Right before the bridge where you originally met Lillie, you'll find her standing next to Solgaleo or Lunala, depending on your version. She asks you to challenge them to a battle in order to capture and travel with them.

Be sure to save before the battle in case you accidentally knock them out or want to soft-reset for better stats. Also, remember to bring a Pokemon with Synchronize in order to get the Nature you want. Catch it with the skillful toss of a Pokeball and Solgaleo or Lunala is all yours.

Now that you have your box Legendary, you can go about getting the duplicate by first finding Cosmog through an obscure sidequest.

How to Catch Solgaleo Lunala and Cosmog in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide

How to Find Cosmog in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

With the newly captured Solgaleo or Lunala in your party, head back to the Altar of the Sunne or Moone respectively and interact with the Ultra Wormhole at night in the real world. (In Ultra Sun, this is the same time as night in-game. For Ultra Moon, do this during the in-game day.) You'll find a new option in the pop-up menu:

Go to the reverse world

Select the new option to travel to a different world where day is night and night is day. In the reverse world, use the Poke Ride Charizard to fly to the Lake of the Sunne or Moone on Ula'ula Island. From here, head inside the ruined building atop the lake and follow the path all the way to the end.

Once you reach the altar inside, Solgaleo or Lunala will call out to the heavens and a mirage of the opposite version's Legendary appears before them. After witnessing the event, you find Cosmog sitting atop the Altar. Simply interacting with it adds it to your team, so you don't actually have to battle it. You also receive the Z-Crystal for the box Legendary of the opposite version.

Note that you won't find Cosmog if Solgaleo or Lunala is currently fused with Necrozma, nor will you find it if you come at the wrong time of day. Also, note that the Altar of the Sunne or Moone will only be fully accessible after beating the game.

Cosmog evolves into Cosmoem upon reach level 43. At level 53, Cosmoem finally evolves into another Solgaleo or Lunala. It'll be the same as the box Legendary, so you'll essentially see doubles, but you're bound to find someone willing to trade one of their extras for one of yours.

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With these Legendary Pokemon in your team, you're that much closer to completing the regional Pokedex. For more on the latest mid-gen remakes, be sure to check out the rest of our Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon guides.

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Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Guide: How to Find the Fishing Rod https://www.gameskinny.com/hkr0m/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-moon-guide-how-to-find-the-fishing-rod https://www.gameskinny.com/hkr0m/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-moon-guide-how-to-find-the-fishing-rod Mon, 27 Nov 2017 14:09:40 -0500 Autumn Fish

By now you've likely seen a Totem Sticker or two lying at the bottom of a pond in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon and are just dying to claim it for yourself. However, before you can add this Sticker to your collection, you must first acquire the Fishing Rod.

The Fishing Rod may not be found as early as in other games, but that's in large part because Game Freak finally got rid of the Old Rods and Super Rods in this generation. Rather, you'll find you have to play a good chunk of the game before you'll have much access to Water Pokemon or any of those pesky underwater Stickers.

So how do you find the Fishing Rod, and how do you use it when you do? Let's jump in!

How to Find the Fishing Rod in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

If you're still on Melemele Island, just put your nose to the grindstone and progress through the story. You won't even see a glimpse of the Fishing Rod until you're well into Akala Island, so just put it out of your mind until then.

Once you arrive at Akala, make sure you follow the story past Route 4. As you pass through Paniola Ranch and Route 5, you'll even find two more submerged stickers, just teasing you about not having your Fishing Rod yet.

After clearing Route 5, recuperate in the Pokemon Center. You're not far from finding the Fishing Rod now, but you're going to need to be ready for a serious fight on Brooklet Hill.

As soon as you begin the Water Trial on Brooklet Hill, you'll immediately receive the Lapras PokeRide so that you can traverse the area. Chase all of the Wishiwashi downstream to finally face the Totem Pokemon at the end of the path. After completing the Trial, Lana awards you with the Fishing Rod.

Remember, however, that the Fishing Rod's functionality has changed since the last generation. Instead of being assigned to a D-Pad Shortcut, you need only press the A button while facing a submerged Sticker or an outcropping of rocks where you can fish.

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With the Fishing Rod in hand, you can finally catch Water Pokemon and collect submerged Stickers to your heart's content. For more on the latest mid-gen remakes, be sure to check out the rest of our Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon guides.

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Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Guide: All Haircuts and Hair Colors https://www.gameskinny.com/t9s0u/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-moon-guide-all-haircuts-and-hair-colors https://www.gameskinny.com/t9s0u/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-moon-guide-all-haircuts-and-hair-colors Tue, 21 Nov 2017 13:00:25 -0500 Autumn Fish

In Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, you can change your haircut at any Salon in Alola. Many of the hairstyles from the previous games have returned, but there are a few new ones that really spice up the mix.

What's annoying is that neither Ultra Sun nor Ultra Moon let you try out or even get a look at haircuts or hair colors before paying for the style. You're either stuck soft resetting for the hair you want or looking at a guide much like this one here.

Even at endgame, it's annoying to unnecessarily waste Pokedollars just because you don't like the hairstyle you picked -- especially when you throw bangs into the equation. So without further ado, let's take a look at all of the hairstyles and colors found in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon.

All Male Haircuts and Hairstyles in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

The six male haircuts from the original games return, along with two brand-new ones. Achieving your desired hairstyle is as simple as buying a Cut for 4,000 PokeDollars or a Cut and Color for 5,000 at any Salon.

Medium and Layered Medium and Smooth Caesar Cut
medium and layered haircut in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon medium and smooth hairstyle in pokemon ultra sun and moon The traditional Caesar cut hair style in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon
Modern Quiff Short and Layered (New) Short and Tousled (New)
Braided Cornrows Long and Tousled (Unlocked After E4)
boy with braided cornrows in his hair the long and tousled haircut for males in Pokemon Ultra Sun/Moon

 

All Female Haircuts in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

The eight female haircuts from the original games return, alongside two brand-new ones. Achieving your desired hairstyle starts with purchasing a Cut for 4,000 PokeDollars or a Cut and Color for 5,000 at any Salon.

Chin-Length Bob Short and Bobbed Medium and Wavy
a female chin-length bob hairstyle the short and bobbed haircut in Pokemon Ultra Sun & Moon female with medium and wavy hairstyle
Long and Straight Long and Wavy Romantic Tuck
a girl with long and straight hair in Pokemon the long and wavy hair cut in Pokemon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon a female with the romantic tuck haircut
Braided Tails (New) Flipped-Out Bob (New) Cornrow Braided Bun
the cornrow braided bun haircut for women in Pokemon Ultra Sun/Moon
High Pigtails (Unlocked After E4)
the now-unlockable haircut high pigtails in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon

 

Female hairstyles are a bit more customizable than male ones since they have the chance to pick what bangs they want with the majority of cuts. The only haircut that doesn't support bangs is the Cornrow Braided Bun. There are three bangs options to choose from:

Sideswept Straight None

 

The bangs look exactly the same on every hairstyle they go with, but the power to mix and match them with almost any haircut gives female characters a grand total of 28 unique styles to choose from.

All Hair Colors in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

The nine hair colors from the previous games all make a return here. All you need to do to change your hair color is buy a Color for 2,000 PokeDollars or a Cut and Color for 5,000 at any Salon.

Black Honey Blond Dark Brown
traditional black hair color in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Boy with Honey Blond hair color in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon A male Pokemon trainer with dark brown hair
Ash Brown Caramel Blond Platinum Blond
the ash brown hair color option in Pokemon Ultra Sun/Moon Male Pokemon trainer with caramel blond hair Platinum blond hair on a male in Pokemon Ultra Sun/Moon
Wine Red (Unlocked After E4) Pink Brown White (Unlocked After E4)

 

Now go out and find your perfect hairstyle with confidence! Be sure to check out our other Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon guides while you're around!

(Screenshots courtesy of Nintendo Insider, Samurai Gamers, and YouTuber Ran NG.)

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Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Guide: Ultra Wormholes and the New Shiny Hunting Method https://www.gameskinny.com/yfk2r/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-moon-guide-ultra-wormholes-and-the-new-shiny-hunting-method https://www.gameskinny.com/yfk2r/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-moon-guide-ultra-wormholes-and-the-new-shiny-hunting-method Mon, 20 Nov 2017 10:57:13 -0500 Autumn Fish

In Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, you have the rare chance to travel to other dimensions by utilizing Ultra Wormholes. You doubtlessly already know that you can use these Ultra Wormholes to find a slew of Legendaries and Ultra Beasts, but did you know they're also useful for catching rare Pokemon and even shinies?

That's right, Ultra Wormholes can quickly fill out your PC Boxes with valuable Pokemon if you know how to properly utilize them. In this guide, we'll touch on everything you need to know about Ultra Wormholes and how you can use them to find Shiny Pokemon.

Let's dive in!

Ultra Wormholes in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

After traveling through the Ultra Wormhole to reach Ultra Megalopolis during a story segment before the Pokemon League, you can ride Solgaleo or Lunala into the Ultra Wormhole at any time to explore Ultra Space. The Ultra Warp Ride plays out like a minigame.

In Ultra Space, you collect orange energy orbs to gain speed and avoid electrical energy orbs to prevent loss of momentum. If you lose too much speed, you may be sucked into an Ultra Wormhole that you didn't want to enter.

Traveling in Ultra Space is done with gyro controls by default. However, you may switch to Circle Pad controls by complaining to the Aether Foundation employee at Game Freak's office in Heahea City.

As a bonus, you may even choose whether you want to ride on Solgalea or Lunala by talking to Zossie or Soliera in Ultra Megalopolis. This is purely an aesthetic choice, however, since they both have the same hitbox.

In Ultra Space, there are five different colored Ultra Wormholes that lead to different types of Pokemon, Legendaries, and Ultra Beasts.

  • White Wormholes -- These always lead to an Ultra Beast. The rarer the Ultra Wormhole, the rarer the Ultra Beast. Note that Ultra Beasts can be captured multiple times.

  • Red Wormhole -- These lead to a cliffside. Rare bird Pokemon and various Legendaries are found here.

  • Yellow Wormhole -- These lead to a cave. Rare cave-dwelling Pokemon and various Legendaries are found here.

  • Green Wormhole -- These lead to a field. Rare field-dwelling Pokemon and various Legendaries are found here.

  • Blue Wormhole -- These lead to a waterfall. Rare water Pokemon and various Legendaries are found here.

Note that if you accidentally knock out any Legendary Pokemon, you'll have another opportunity to find them again. Once captured, however, you won't be able to encounter them again in that save.

As you travel deeper into Ultra Space, you become increasingly more likely to encounter rare types of Ultra Wormholes that lead to rarer Pokemon encounters.

Ultra Wormholes Explained Rarity Levels Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides

The rarer the Ultra Wormhole, the more likely you are to encounter a rare Pokemon. If you go through a colored rarity Level 4 Ultra Wormhole, you're guaranteed to find a Legendary Pokemon -- unless you've caught all of the ones found in that color wormhole and don't meet the requirements for any that may be left.

The further you travel in Ultra Space, the more likely you are to encounter rare Ultra Wormholes. Rarity Level 2, 3, and 4 Wormholes begin to appear more often in Ultra Space the further you go, while Rarity 1 Wormholes slowly peter out as you rack up the Light Years.

If you get really good at Ultra Warp Ride, you can use it to not only capture Legendary Pokemon but Shiny Pokemon as well.

How to find Shiny Pokemon by Exploring Ultra Wormholes in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Shiny Pokemon are surprisingly common beyond Ultra Wormholes. What's even better is if you save before initiating the encounter and it turns out to be shiny, you're free to soft reset for better IVs, natures, and abilities as it will always be shiny.

The rate of encountering Shiny Pokemon dramatically increases the further you travel in Ultra Space. It's also suspected that the rarity level of the Ultra Wormhole has an impact on whether the Pokemon turns out shiny or not as well.

It'll be easier to hunt for these shinies after you've captured all of the available Legendaries. However, if you wish to avoid the Legendaries for now and hunt for Shiny Pokemon, try to enter a Rarity Level 1 or 2 Ultra Wormhole after traveling several thousand Light Years through Ultra Space.

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Once you get good at navigating around Ultra Wormholes, your PC boxes will be positively flooding with Legendary and Shiny Pokemon. While you're here, be sure to check out our other Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon guides.

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Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Guide: All 100 Totem Sticker Locations (with Screenshots) https://www.gameskinny.com/ii02g/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-moon-guide-all-100-totem-sticker-locations-with-screenshots https://www.gameskinny.com/ii02g/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-moon-guide-all-100-totem-sticker-locations-with-screenshots Sun, 19 Nov 2017 17:48:21 -0500 Autumn Fish

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon got rid of the dreaded Zygarde Cells collectathon from the original games so that you no longer need to complete a lengthy fetch quest in order to access all of Zygarde's many forms. With this quality of life adjustment, there was room for another kind of collection quest.

This is where Totem Stickers come in. There are 100 of the shiny things scattered all about Alola, and collecting them offers up the rather enticing promise of your very own Totem Pokemon.

You read that right! After collecting a set number of Totem Stickers, you are rewarded with your very own Totem Pokemon to raise and bring into battle. The more Totem Stickers you collect, the more Totem Pokemon you can get.

So what kind of Totem Pokemon are we talking about here? And where the heck are all of those Totem Stickers? Let's jump in!

Totem Pokemon Rewards for Stickers in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

After meeting Samson Oak, he'll tell you to find Totem Stickers and show them to him after collecting 20. Once you do, he'll award you with a Totem Pokemon and ask you to find more Stickers. If you repeat this until you have all 100 Totem Stickers and show them to Samson Oak, he'll reward you with a total of six Totem Pokemon -- enough for a full team.

Which Totem Pokemon you receive depends on what version of the game you're playing:

 

Stickers Ultra Sun Ultra Moon
20 Gumshoos Alolan Raticate
40 Alolan Marowak Araquanid
50 Lurantis Salazzle
70 Vikavolt Togedemaru
80 Mimikyu Mimikyu
100 Ribombee Kommo-o

 

All 100 Totem Sticker Locations in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Totem Stickers are introduced to you by Ilima when you meet him upon arriving at the Pokemon Center in Hau'oli City. He'll show you the Totem Stickers he's sticking up around the island before giving you leave to start collecting them at your leisure.

From this moment, you'll soon find that these Totem Stickers are scattered absolutely everywhere, from really obvious places to deviously hidden ones. No matter how sharp and thorough you are, you're likely to still miss some. So without any further adieu, let's take a look at all 100 of Alola's Totem Stickers.

Melemele Island (17 Totem Stickers)
Location How to Find Screenshot
Hau'oli City Outside of the Pokemon Center. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Hau'oli City Between the Hair Salon and Clothing Shop. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Hau'oli City Outside of Ilima's House, by the front door. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Hau'oli City Outside of Ilima's House, in the pool. Requires Fishing Rod. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Hau'oli City Inside Ilima's House, in the 2F Bedroom. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Hau'oli City Outside of City Hall, to the right of the entrance. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Hau'oli City Inside City Hall, behind a bench on the left side. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Hau'oli City Outside of the Malasada Shop, on the side of the building. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Hau'oli City Outside of the Police Station, on the NW railing. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Hau'oli City Outside of the Ferry Terminal, to the left of the entrance. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Hau'oli City At the SE edge of the Pier. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Route 2 Outside of Guzma's House, on the porch. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Route 2 Inside Guzma's House, on the fridge. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Route 2 Outside of the Berry Fields House, on the side. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Route 2 Inside the Berry Fields House, behind the Delibirds. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Route 2 On the left side of the Pokemon Center near Ilima's Trial. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Iki Town Behind a rock by a house in the SW. Requires Tauros. Melemele Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide

 

Akala Island (33 Totem Stickers)
Location How to Find Screenshot
Heahea City On the wall at the Western Pier. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Heahea City Outside of the Tide Song Hotel, on the right. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Heahea City Outside of the Tide Song Hotel, on the left. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Heahea City On a table on 1F of the Tide Song Hotel. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Heahea City On a 3F balcony of the Tide Song Hotel, first room on the left. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Paniola Town On a wagon in the west side of town. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Paniola Town Inside Kiawe's house, by the stairs on 1F. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Paniola Town Inside Kiawe's house, in a room on 2F. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Paniola Ranch In a pond to the NW. Requires Fishing Rod. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Paniola Ranch On a fence to the SE. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Route 5 In a pond south of the Pokemon Center. Requires Fishing Rod. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Heahea City Outside of the Dimensional Research Lab, on the right. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Heahea City Outside of the Dimensional Research Lab, on the satellite. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Heahea City Inside the office building, in 2F Game Freak office. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Heahea City Inside the office building, on 3F by the stairs. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Heahea City Outside of the Surfboard Shop, on the porch. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Royal Avenue On the park bench in the south end of town. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Royal Avenue Behind the Thrifty Megamart. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Battle Royal Dome On the railing on 2F. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Battle Royal Dome Behind the left staircase on 1F. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Wela Volcano Park Under rocks behind the sign near the entrance. Requires Tauros. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Route 8 Outside of the Aether Base, on the side. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Route 8 To the right of the Fossil Restoration Center trailer. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Heahea City Inside the Dimensional Research Lab, behind Burnet's Desk. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Konikoni City Inside Olivia's Jewelry Shop, on 2F by the TV. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Konikoni City Inside the Restaurant, behind the counter on 1F. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Konikoni City On the Western Docks. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Hano Resort At the Southern Pier. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Hano Beach On the outer wall hidden under an umbrella. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Hano Beach Play with Sandygast until it follows you and reveals the sticker. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Hano Resort Inside the Lobby, behind the waterfall. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Hano Resort Inside the Lobby, in the water to the SW. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide
Konikoni City On the Lighthouse found through Diglett Tunnel. Requires Machamp. Akala Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide

 

Ula'ula Island (34 Totem Stickers)
Location How to Find Screenshot
Malie City Outside of the Ferry Terminal, to the right of the entrance. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Malie Garden On the right side of the building in the middle. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Malie City Ouside of the Clothing Shop, behind the sign. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Malie City Outside of the Kantonian Gym, on the right side. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Malie City Inside the Community Center, in a classroom. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Malie City Inside the Library, to the right of the staircase on 1F. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Malie City Inside the Library, on a post in a corner on 2F. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Malie Outer Cape On the left side of the Recycling Plant. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Mount Hokulani On the rails leading up to the Observatory. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Mount Hokulani On the right side of the Observatory. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Hokulani Observatory Behind the Reception Desk. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Hokulani Observatory In the left wing of the hallway. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Hokulani Observatory In the Observatory hidden behind a desk to the right. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Blush Mountain Outside of the Power Plant, behind a rock. Requires Tauros. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Blush Mountain Inside the Power Plant, to the right of the TV. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Route 13 Outside of the Motel, by the room entrance. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Route 13 On the side of a trailer. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Route 14 On a collapsed section of road to the north. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Route 14 In front of the abandoned Thrifty Megamart. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Route 15 On the porch outside of the Sufboard Shop. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Route 16 On the side of the Aether Base. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Ula'ula Meadow In a pond. Requires Fishing Rod. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Route 17 Outside of the Police Station, behind the sign. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Route 17 Inside the Police Station, on the computer tower. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Route 17 Behind some rocks outside of Po Town. Requires Tauros. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Po Town On the side of a building when sneaking into town. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Po Town Outside of the Pokemon Center, on the side. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Po Town Inside the Pokemon Center, beside the ruined Cafe. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Po Town Outside of the Shady House, to the right of the entrance. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Po Town 3 Stickers under rocks outside of the Shady House's side exit. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Po Town Inside the Shady House, behind a pile of furniture on 1F. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Po Town On the 2F balcony of the Shady House. Ula'ula Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides

 

Poni Island (16 Totem Stickers)
Location How to Find Screenshot
Seafolk Village Outside of the SE Whiscash Ship, on the porch. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Seafolk Village Inside the SE Whiscash Ship, on the right wall. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Seafolk Village Outside of the SW Huntail ship, to the left of the entrance. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Seafolk Village Inside the SW Huntail ship, on a crate. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Seafolk Village Inside the Eastern Gyarados ship. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Seafolk Village Inside the Western Wailord Restaurant, next to the Dewpider. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Seafolk Village On a crate in the NE part of town. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Poni Wilds Near the entrance to the Ancient Poni Path. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Ancient Poni Path On a SW wall near the entrance. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Ancient Poni Path On a barrel in the courtyard of Hapu's House. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Ancient Poni Path Inside Hapu's House, in the Kitchen. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Ancient Poni Path Inside Hapu's House, in the Bedroom. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Ancient Poni Path Outside of Hapu's House, behind the well. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Ancient Poni Path On a wall on the NE portion of the path. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Exeggutor Island Under rocks near the eastern side of the island. Requires Tauros. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides
Poni Gauntlet To the left of the entrance to the Battle Tree. Poni Island Totem Stickers Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guides

 

Which Totem Pokemon are you planning on adding to your party? Sound off in the comments below!

Be sure to check out the rest of our Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon guides while you're around.

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Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Guide: How to Obtain and Evolve Dusk Lycanroc https://www.gameskinny.com/4lmxc/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-moon-guide-how-to-obtain-and-evolve-dusk-lycanroc https://www.gameskinny.com/4lmxc/pokemon-ultra-sun-and-moon-guide-how-to-obtain-and-evolve-dusk-lycanroc Fri, 17 Nov 2017 13:53:47 -0500 Autumn Fish

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are finally out! At long last, we get to embark on a reimagining of the original Alolan adventure. And if you're picking up the games near launch day, you get the chance to download a special type of Rockruff.

This Rockruff comes with a unique ability not found in any other of its kind: Own Tempo. This ability prevents the Pokemon from becoming confused. It's also the ability that allows Rockruff to evolve into the exclusive Dusk Form Lycanroc.

So the question stands, how exactly do you get your Own Tempo Rockruff and how can you evolve it into Dusk Lycanroc? Let's dive in!

How to Obtain an Own Tempo Rockruff in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

There are a couple of ways to get an Own Tempo Rockruff. If you bought the game near launch, it's as simple as downloading it through Mystery Gift. Before redeeming your Mystery Gift, however, I suggest you reach a point in the game where you have access to a Pokemon Center.

Once the Pokemon Center is unlocked, save the game and exit to the title menu. From here, click on the Mystery Gift option and select Receive Gift. Then simply connect to the internet to check for your gift and presto, the special Own Tempo Rockruff is right there waiting for you.

Once the Mystery Gift has been downloaded, continue your game and talk to the guy in the orange- and blue-striped shirt by the nurse's desk in the Pokemon Center. So long as you have a free spot in your party, he'll give you a Level 10 Own Tempo Rockruff holding a Focus Band.

If you missed your chance at the Mystery Gift, however, there's still a way to obtain an Own Tempo Rockruff. Those who did get the Mystery Gift can breed their Rockruff or Dusk Lycanroc and hatch more Own Tempo Rockruffs for others to use. You just need to trade with someone who has extras lying around.

Own Tempo Rockruff Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide   Dusk Form Lycanroc Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Guide

How to Evolve Rockruff into Dusk Lycanroc in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Once you have your Own Tempo Rockruff, don't expect it to evolve into a Dusk Form Lycanroc if you just level it up and evolve it willy-nilly. Just like Lycranroc's Midday and Midnight forms, the Dusk Form is only obtained if you evolve your Own Tempo Rockruff at a specific time of day.

In order to evolve an Own Tempo Rockruff into a Dusk Form Lycanroc, it must be leveled up to 25 or higher between the in-game times of 5:00 pm and 5:59 pm. This means that those playing Pokemon Ultra Sun must evolve it between 5:00 pm and 5:59 pm in the real world (according to the 3DS clock), while those playing Pokemon Ultra Moon must evolve it between 5:00 am and 5:59 am.

Remember that if it reaches level 25 and tries to evolve before this time frame, it will evolve into its Midday form instead. Likewise, if it were to evolve after that time frame, it would turn into its Midnight form.

If you ever find yourself in a situation where your Own Tempo Rockruff tries to evolve outside of the specified time frame, remember to mash B in order to stop the evolution. It may even be smart to consider slapping an Everstone on your Rockruff until you're ready to evolve it.

Are you planning on adding Dusk Lycanroc to your team? Sound off in the comments below!

And be sure to check back with GameSkinny for more Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon guides coming your way.

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