‘Pokemon Sun And Moon’ Latest News & Update: Unlock Pokemon Moves With Rare Heart Scales
"Pokemon Sun and Moon" gamers have been steadily playing the new Nintendo 3DS gaming title since its release and leveling up their respective Pokemon monsters. With a Heart Scale's unique feature to unlock Pokemon moves, here are a few gaming tips on how to get the said rare item.
Pokemon creatures that players catch in "Pokemon Sun and Moon" already have a set of abilities or talents that can be useful in a battle. However, there are instances when Pokemon monsters have forgotten some fighting or defense moves. One way to unlock the said abilities is to use a Heart Scale, as well as the Move Relearner device.
However, finding a Heart Scale can be quite a challenge. Gaming tips posted at IGN revealed several ways that "Pokemon Sun and Moon" players can get the said item.
The easy method involves eating at in-game restaurants found in several islands. "Pokemon Sun and Moon" gamers can receive one Heart Scale after ordering a meal worth P500 at Ponii Island's Seafolk Village, while a P1,040 meal at Konikoni City on Akala Island will yield two Heart Scales.
Aside from restaurant meals, players also have a 50 percent chance of getting Heart Scales from the Pokemon Ludvisc. Equipped with a fishing rod including the "Thief" move from the Verdant Cavern - Trial Location, gamers can find many Ludvisc creatures at Route 9's fishing spot.
After catching a Ludvisc through fishing, players can use the "Thief" move in the ensuing battle to steal a Heart Scale. Moreover, the Pokemon with the stealing ability should not be holding anything to increase the chances of getting the rare item.
Meanwhile, latest "Pokemon Sun and Moon" news revealed how a player completed the game's main campaign by using an unevolved level 70 Magikarp, Forbes reported. With the help of an Everstone to keep it from evolving to Gyarados, a Japanese gamer used the Normal flail attack to defeat opponents.
For battles the involve Ghost-type Pokemon or stronger creatures, the said gamer continuously healed Magikarp during the fight. As it forced its opponent to deplete Power Points (PP) and eventually Health Points (HP), Magikarp ended up winning specific battles given the constant HP replenishment.
"Pokemon Sun and Moon" was released on Nov. 18 for the Nintendo 3DS. Watch the game's trailer below: