‘Pokemon Sun And Moon’ Latest News & Update: Ultra Beasts Catching Tips For Nihilego, Pheromosa, Guzzlord
Finding the Ultra Beasts in the Nintendo 3DS game "Pokemon Sun and Moon" can be a little tricky. However, here are a few gaming tips on where to find Nihilego, Pheromosa and Guzzlord.
"Pokemon Sun and Moon" introduced several new characters and Pokemon creatures to the Nintendo 3DS game. With a Pokedex that boasts over 800 Pokemon monsters, some of the new creatures included the mysterious Ultra Beasts.
Gamers can only catch the Ultra Beasts after completing the main campaign of "Pokemon Sun and Moon." Once the player's in-game character is declared a champion, gamers can embark on a hunting mission to capture the mysterious Pokemon creatures.
Game characters Looker and Anabel, as well as Nana, will play important roles in providing details about the Ultra Beasts. In a series of Pokemon capturing missions, "Pokemon Sun and Moon" gamers will need to visit Looker and Nana several times to find the location of the Ultra Beasts, according to gaming tips posted on Nintendo Insider.
The parasite Pokemon Nihilego will be the first Ultra Beast that Looker will task gamers to capture. Found in Akala Island's Diglett's Tunnel or the Wela Volcano Park, random Nihilego encounters will spawn by running through the tall grass. However, one sure sign of the said creature's appearance would be the Ultra Beast theme music that will play in the background.
After a successful Nihilego capture, the opportunity to catch the "Pokemon Moon" exclusive Ultra Beast Pheromosa will be unlocked. Described as a bug/fight Pokemon, Pheromosa can be found on Melemele Island's Verdant Cave. Players will also be tasked capture four of the said Ultra Beast to complete Looker's request.
The dark/dragon type Pokemon Guzzlord will be the final Ultra Beast in Looker's hunting quest. After defeating Nana in a battle, Looker will unveil the said Pokemon creature's Resolution Cave location. Described as one of the toughest Ultra Beasts in "Pokemon Sun and Moon," Guzzlord has a Beast Boost ability and is categorized as a "junkivore" Pokemon.
In other news, "Pokemon Sun and Moon" recently broke the gaming records of previous Nintendo games in the U.K. The latest addition to the "Pokemon" game franchise topped sale records of earlier 3DS and Wii titles, according to Eurogamer.
"Pokemon Sun and Moon" was released on Nov. 18 for the Nintendo 3DS. Learn more about the Ultra Beasts in the clip below: