'Pokemon Sun & Moon' Cheats, Tips & Tricks: Legendary Pokemon, Guardians Location Detailed; Here's Where To Start Looking! More Gameplay Details Revealed

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Nov 28, 2016 09:12 AM EST
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"Pokemon Sun and Moon" is the most promising recent entry to the Nintendo franchise by Game Freak and now that it has gone live, fans have started to work harder for the best creatures in it. For those who are yet to acquire these creatures, a guide may be the best thing to base on.

As some may know, the Game Freak title shows not just Alolan and Legendary creatures around. There are also the so-called Guardian Deities that reside within the islands of the Alola Region, which may take a lot of work to at least lay eyes on the "Pokemon Sun and Moon."

The Mythical Pokemon Magearna in "Pokemon Sun and Moon" is only attainable through a special event QR code. Players will have to be patient for now as it launches on December 5, but will last all the way to March 5 next year care of Pokemon.com. Marshadow, on the other hand, is still left unanswered for now, but is expected to be an event-exclusive Pokemon as well. Known as a Gloomdweller Pokemon, as reports say, there is still much discoveries to be made for it.

According to recent posts, "Pokemon Sun and Moon" has the Tapu guardians at level 60, which means that the players are urged to bring their best creatures forward, as well as have multiple Ultra Balls ready. To start with, the Guardian Deity of Melemele Island known as Tapu Koko uses Electric Surge and can be spotted in the Ruins of Conflict. A matter, however, is that Tapu Koko may reappear even after defeating the Elite Four.

The Tapu Bulu can be found in the Ruins of Abundance, wherein players must go to the Haina Desert and follow Up, Right, Up, Right, Left, Down, Up. The Guardian Deity of Ula'ula Island uses Grassy Surge. Tapu Lele is the Guardian Deity of Akala Island, visible in the Ruins of Life but only after being an Alola champion and requires the Machamp Poke Ride in "Pokemon Sun and Moon." Tapa Lele uses Psychic Surge.

Lastly for the "Pokemon Sun and Moon" Guardians, Tapu Fini resides in Poni Island and is found at the Ruins of Hope, carrying the Misty Surge ability. Getting into the Machap Poke Ride, similar to the Ruins of Life, is the way to get there.

Do you think you have what it takes to capture these creatures in "Pokemon Sun and Moon?" Keep posted for more news and updates here at GamenGuide.

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