Getting All the starter Pokemon has been a dream of every Pokemon fan.
Pokemon trainers will have to choose one out of the three starter Pokemon as their partner in Pokemon Legends: Arceus. However, players can still obtain the other two starter Pokemon without trading with other players. But, you will need to complete the main storyline before getting the remaining starter Pokemon. In fact, we have made a complete guide on obtaining all the starter Pokemon below.
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How To Obtain All Starter Pokemon
The first way to obtain the starter Pokemon is going inside the Space-Time Distortions. Space-Time Distortions formed around the Hisui region. It is a brand new feature introduced in this game. These distortions also contain rare Pokemon and items besides the Starter Pokemon.
They will start appearing after you have defeated Kleavor. Gamers will get a notification that distortions have started appearing after they beat him on top of their screen. Distortions usually last from 30 seconds to 5 minutes, giving you time to collect items and catch Pokemon.
Moreover, Below is the list of all different areas that house other starter Pokemon:
- Coronet Highlands-Rowlet, Dartrix, and Decidueye
- Crimson Mirelands-Cyndaquil, Quilava, and Typhlosion
- Alabaster Icelands-Oshawott, Dewott, Samurott
Reaching a high Research level and competing various Research tasks increases the chances of forming Space-Time Distortions. The Pokemons inside these Distortions will be tough to defeat, so we recommend that you bring your best team.
After completing the main storyline, you can also acquire the starter Pokemon by going to Jubilife Village. You can speak to Professor Laveton in the Galaxy Building and receive the other two Starter Pokemon.
Thus, you can only get all three Starter Pokemon if you complete the game’s main storyline. If you want to get all three Starter Pokemon before finishing the game storyline, you will need to trade with someone else to get the remaining two Pokemon.
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