After 20 years of slow but steady development, the Pokémon series has received a new rewrite from Sun and Moon. A new and enriching land was added to Alola’s journey. This is a version that sums up the essence of the previous version. It is full, new and also very modern.
With a great world, compelling graphics, reduced annoying elements, and increased connectivity between Pokémon and players, Sun and Moon is a game that you can not ignore.
In the last game Sun and Moons’, you beat the main story and became Alolan champion, now it’s the whole new world. There are still many exciting secrets to uncover and more Pokemon to catch. There are still got a lot of work to do if you want to become a true Pokémon player.
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1.Pokémon Sun and Moon postgame guide: How to filling out your Alolan Pokédex?
There are two main options for catching all the Pokémon in your Pokédex in Gen 1 and Gen 2. You could either own two Gameboys like some kind of Andrew Carnegie – type and trade with yourself, but you have to play through both Pokémon Redand Blue or Gold and Silver – which was a little unfeasible timeframe – wise, or, you could coordinate with a friend or sibling to buy different versions, which also contains its own risks.
Nintendo’s 3DS can connect to the internet, giving you way more options, which allows flash forward to Pokémon Sun and Moonand everything has been changed. By using the Festival Plaza, it can traded between 2 players, friends or strangers (for that new modern technique). To trade with friends, you’ll have to find them in the Festival Plaza, select the big trade button at the bottom and then select Link Trade. Make sure you mark your friends as VIPs so you can find them easily in the future! You can also cast your net really wide and utilize the Global Trade System to get elusive or region – specific Pokémon.
Alternatively, QR Codes can be applied to get a lot of missing Pokédex. They’re pretty easy to utilize thanks to the 3DS’s built – in camera and can be a great way to fill out some of those missing entries. You only get 10 a day, though, so use them wisely!
2.Pokémon Sun and Moon postgame guide: How to catch all the legendary Pokémon, including the Island Guardians?
If you’ve been playing through the game normally, you should already have one legendary Pokémon going into the postgame. You can catch another Cosmog after beating the game by going to the Altar of the Sunne or Moone (depending on what version you’re playing) in Vast Poni Canyon and participating in a fairly straightforward little scene where another Cosmog will join your party.
It’ll evolve into Cosmoem and eventually into Solgaleo or Lunala depending on your game. So either level it up until it becomes Cosmoem and trade it to a friend who’s got the version opposite yours, or trade legendaries with them in order to get the Pokémon you’re missing.
3.Pokémon Sun and Moon postgame guide: How to catch the Ultra Beasts?
Once you’ve secured the title of the first Alola champion, a mysterious man will meet you outside your house and give you the Enigmatic Card item. It should go without saying, but this is the only time you should accept a card from a mysterious man who shows up outside your house.
When all the items has been taken, move to the empty motel on Route 8, where you’ll meet the mysterious man, they will ask for a few battles against Anabel, they will task you will capturing the Ultra Beasts plaguing the land. Once you defeat her, she and her partner will send you out to catch the Ultra Beasts. She’ll also suggest you talk to Wicke at the Aether Foundation in order to get Beast Balls, a special type of Pokéball that works well on these creatures.
You can find a walkthrough of how to get the Ultra Beasts embedded below, see the Ultra Beasts guide for the locations of each of them.
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- Nihilego: Rock/Poison type, level 55, found at Wela Volcano Park or Diglett’s Tunnel randomly.
- Buzzwole (Sun): Bug / Fighting type, level 65, found on Route 2 in Memelele Meadow.
- Pheromosa (Moon): Bug / Fighting type, level 65, found in the Verdant Cavern.
- Xurkitree: Electric type, level 65, found in the Lush Jungle and Memorial Hill.
- Celesteela (Moon): Steel / Flying type, level 65, found in the Haina Desert and Malie Garden.
- Kartana (Sun): Grass / Steel type, level 60, found on Route 17 and Maile Garden.
- Guzzlord: Dragon / Dark type, level 70, found in the basement of Resolution Cave near the Seafolk Village.
4.Pokémon Sun and Moon postgame guide: How to get Type: Null and Zygarde’s Complete Forme?
After defeating the Alolan Elite Four, head to the second floor of the Aether Foundation to find Gladion, Sun and Moon’s moody rival – turned – ally. After speaking to him, he’ll give you Type: Null, the helmeted Pokémon he used against you in the game, as well as a metric ton of items called “Memory Discs” you can use to change its evolved form, Silvally, into any type in the game. You can evolve Type: Null into Silvally by leveling it up with high happiness. It’ll lose its cool helmet, but it’s worth it for the Pokédex entry and high variability of Silvally.
One of your tasks from the International Police actually brings you to Aether Paradise. While you’re there, head to 2F Conservation Area. Go north to where you first saw the Ultra Beast Niheligo to find Gladion. He won’t give you his own partner, but he will give you another Type: Nullthat he rescued from the lab.
Once you finish the main game, the time will also be right to finish collecting those Zygarde cores and cells you’ve been gathering throughout your adventure. You can use 10 or 50 cells to construct Zygarde’s 10% or 50% Forme (inexplicably with an extra “e”), respectively. However, if you collect all 100 cells and cores (95 cells, five cores), you can create a Zygarde with an ability called “Power Construct,” that will allow it to shift between its 10% and 50% forms.
This complete Zygarde will also be able to transform into its Complete Form when either its 10 or 50% Form reaches half health in battle. Thankfully, net has compiled a list of where to find all five cores and 95 cells, since doing so without a guide would probably be very daunting. Once you’ve got them all, head to the mysterious caravan on Route 16 and get combining!
5.Pokémon Sun and Moon postgame guide: Battle Royale Dome and the Battle Tree!
If you continue along through Poni Groveto Poni Wilds and beyond, you’ll eventually make it to the Battle Tree. This is where you can earn Battle Points (BP) for powerful Held Battle Items and Mega Stones.
Once you’re through the main game, the Battle Royale Dome is a great place to earn Battle Points – or BP – a currency you can use to buy held items such as the Power Bracer or the Heat Rock, or Effort Value-enhancing – commonly known as EVs – vitamins such as Carbos and Protein.
Another place you can go to get Battle Points and extend your stay in the Pokémon universe is the Battle Tree, which opens up after you defeat the Elite Four. It’s a good place to hone your skills and spend your BP, but here you can use those hard – earned points to get Mega Stones. These are special items you can use to evolve some Pokémon into even stronger forms. They’re pricey at 64 BP a pop.
Your Pokemon Journey isn’t exactly finished once you defeat the Elite Four. There are quite a few more things for you to do:
- Collect all of the Z – Crystals: many of these only become available after you defeat the Elite Four. Check our Z – Crystal Locationspage to collect them all, like the Eevium Z you’ll get by defeating all of the Eeveelution users in Alola.
- Get Porygon: head to Route 15and talk to the employees in the Aether House to get Porygon and its evolutionary item, the Up – Grade!
- Hatch some eggs: experiment with Breedingand hatch at least 20 Eggs to be awarded the ability to check your Pokemon’s Individual Values (IVs). Just talk to the Ace Trainer next to the PC by the Battle Tree.
6.Pokémon Sun and Moon postgame guide: How to get Evolutionary Stone?
The evolution of Pokemon requires a lot of Evolutionary Stone. Like other Pokémon games, the Evolutionary Stone is hidden throughout the Alola world. And when you collect them, you can evolve for your Pokemon.
Fire Stone as its name, is used to evolve many types of fire – type Pokémon. It will also transform Eevee into Flareon or cute Growlithe into gorgeous Arcanine. You can find Fire Stone at Diglett’s Tunnel on Akala Island, or you can also buy this stone at Olivia’s Jewelry Shop in Konikoni City.
Ice Stone evolved many classic Pokémon in Red and Blue to Alola, such as Alola Sandshrew in the Pokémon Sun or Alola Vuplix in Pokémon Moon. So, to get Alola Sandslash and Alola Nintales, you’ll need the Ice Stone. You can buy it in Konikoni City or find outside Shady House in Po Town.
Water Stone evolved a lot of water-based Pokémon, including “transforming” Eveve into Vaporeon (many players love this), or Staryu into Pokémon Starmie. Water Stone as well as other stones can be purchased from Olivia’s Jewelry Shop in Konikoni City. Or you can go to Route 8 on Akala Island, ride a Lapras Pokémon and find Water Stone in the water.
Thunder Stone is one of the lesser used stones. However, Alla Raichu can make some players love Pikachu using this stone. You can find in Dream Park on Akala Island. Thunder Stone can also be purchased at Olivia’s Jewelry Shop in Konikoni City.
Leaf Stone will help evolve the Pokémon of grass. But in Sun and Moon there is a big demand because it evolved Pokémon Exeggcute into Alola Exeggcutor with a huge neck. The problem is, Exeggcute is easy to find. In fact, I have not found a place to hunt for Leaf Stone, but you can buy it at Olivia’s Jewelry Shop in Konikoni City or through Poké Pelago.
Shiny Stone is an Evolutionary Stone for Fairy Pokémon. You can find Shiny Stone at Accient Poni Path on Poni Island.
Moon Stone is similar to Shiny Stone, evolving primarily for Fairy and Poison Pokémon. You can find Moon Stone on Route 13 on Ula’ula Island, on the right side of the puddle.
Sun Stone is used to evolve most plant-based Pokémon such as Grass and Fairy or Poison, perhaps due to it’s relative to the Sun as its name. You can find the Sun Stone in Blush Mountain on Alola Island, in the lawn in the left corner.
Oval Stone is a very unique Evolutionary Stone, as it only evolved Pokémon Happiness into Chansey. In Pokémon Sun and Moon, players can capture Happiness, so this stone is also needed. You can find the Oval Stone at the Paniola Ranch on Akala Island, near Pokémon Nursery.
Dusk Stone is loved by both Ghost and Dark Pokémon. And you can use it to evolve Pokémon like Murkrow and Misdreavus. You can buy it at the Flea Market at the Malie Community Center. Or you can also find on the beach at Poni Wilds.
Dawn Stone is the last stone you get in this game. In order to have it, you have to complete the game and become a champion of the Alola Pokémon League. Then, from Route 2 on Melemele Island, look for the home of Guzma. Guzma will schedule you to the Beachfront in Hau’oli City. Be sure to get ready before you go because you will have to fight Guzma. After winning, this character will give you Dawn Stone.
This is the best Pokemon game ever produced by Game Freak. Pokago Pelago, mission system, character design, gorgeous maps, which are all factors to maintain the playfulness of players in the game. Whether you are a new or old fan (not even a fan), this game is still a great game to try.