Minecraft is an expansive game that can be taken further with mods, and one of the most unique brings the pocket monster franchise into the cubical world. Here is how to find all eight legendary Pokemon in the Minecraft Cobblemon Mod.
How to Get All 8 Legendary Pokemon in the Minecraft Cobblemon Mod
- How to Summon Legendaries in Cobblemon
- How to Use Legendary Dungeons
How to Summon Legendaries in Cobblemon
A majority of these Pokemon can be summoned by interacting with a beacon while holding specific items. Some of them further require this all to take place in specific biomes too. Both Ancient Temples with functioning beacons, as well as Altars with incomplete beacons, will spawn throughout your world. You need to be lucky to find these though, so it can be easier to make your own beacon and activate it with nine iron blocks.
They’ll be passive until you begin a battle with them. I suggest being prepared with Ultra Balls, strong Pokemon, and plenty of healing items. Some are only at level 55, but a few are at level 100.
I’d also like to add a disclaimer that this will only work if you have the Cobblemon pack as well as the add-on Legendary Encounters pack. None of this will work if you don’t have these.
Related: How to Install and Use Cobblemon
How to Summon Articuno
First up are the three Legendary birds from the Kanto region and they all have similar requirements. To summon Articuno, you’ll need to interact with a beacon in the Snowy Plains Biome while holding four Ice Stones. It will be level 55.
How to Summon Moltres
Next up is the Legendary Fire bird. To summon Moltres, you need to interact with a beacon in the Basalt Delta Biome while holding four Sun Stones. It will be level 55.
How to Summon Zapdos
The last of these birds is arguably the easiest. All you need to summon Zapdos is to interact with a beacon at any location while holding four Thunder Stones. It will be level 55.
How to Summon Mewtwo
Getting this iconic Pokemon is on the easier side if you’ve already been crafting your own beacons. If not, you’ll need to defeat a Wither because to summon Mewtwo you must interact with a beacon at any location while holding a Nether Star. It will be level 70.
How to Summon Xerneas
Next is the Life Pokemon from the Kalos region. To summon Xerneas, you must interact with a beacon in the Dark Forest Biome holding a Galarica Wreath. This item can be bought from the Shady Villager NPC who’s usually found in the same biome. It will be level 70.
How to Summon Rayquaza
One of the strongest Legendaries is first introduced in the Hoenn region among the other Super-Ancient Pokemon. Summoning Rayquaza requires you to interact with a beacon in The End Main Island while holding a Dragon Egg. It will be level 100.
The only way to get a Dragon Egg naturally is to defeat the End Dragon. Doing all of this is very worth it though, since access to other Legendaries and mechanics begins once you’ve beaten this tough Pokemon.
How to Summon Iron Leaves
Rounding it out are two level 100 Paradox Pokemon that have appeared in the Paldea region. Iron Leaves can be summoned by interacting with a beacon in the End Highlands biome while holding a Dubious Disc. An additional requirement is that you must have defeated or caught Rayquaza first. You can purchase the item from a Shady Villager.
Another method is to talk with the Shady Villager and choose the Strange Rumors dialogue option. This will bring out a Paradox Pokemon nearby.
How to Summon Walking Wake
The last Legendary is the only one who isn’t summoned via a beacon. An encounter with Walking Wake requires you to talk to a Shady Villager NPC after defeating or catching Rayquaza. Make sure to choose the Strange Rumors dialogue option.
How to Use Legendary Dungeons in Cobblemon
A new structure will begin to appear underground after you’ve beaten Rayquaza. These are called Legendary Dungeons and by sacrificing a Totem of Undying before entering, you’ll encounter a random legendary. The only catch is that these are one-time use.
That’s everything you need to know about catching legendary Pokemon in the Minecraft Cobblemon Mod. For other mods or general tips and tricks, including the 10 best Cobblemon servers, check out our library of Minecraft guides.