As you progress through Pokémon Legends: Arceus, filling out the Pokédex and capturing every critter your heart desires, you might start to wonder how you’re supposed to catch Thundurus, Tornadus, Landorus, and Enamorus. This is because catching Thundurus, Tornadus, Landorus, and Enamorus will require you to have a certain amount of Candy. These are not your run-of-the-mill Pokémon, and you have your work cut out for you if you want to catch them all. You can still add all four of them to your roster if you just plan things out a bit more carefully.
In the majority of Pokémon games, completing the main narrative mode is merely the beginning; after you do that, there is a tonne more content for you to acquire. The Pokémon Legends: Arceus video game is not an exception, since it enables players to collect even more Pokémon once they have completed the primary storyline.
However, in order for you to begin your search for Thundurus, Tornadus, Landorus, and Enamorus, you will first need to complete Request #94 in the game. This will allow you to unlock the ability to go and hunt for these monsters. The following is the key to unlocking that request:
Complete the main plot, which will result in Mission 18: The Counterpart being unlocked.
You should make your way back to Jubilife Village.
Carry out Mission 20: The Researcher of Myths to its successful conclusion.
From this vantage point, you’ll need to take on many tasks, starting with Mission 21 and going all the way up to Mission 26.
It will be necessary for you to collect a variety of plates taken from Legendary Pokémon, such as the Lake Guardians, Heatran, Cresselia, and Regigigas.
After you have completed Mission 26, you should go to Galaxy Hall.
Communicate with Cogita.
You may now accept Request 94: Incarnate Forces of Hisui as a challenge since you have gained the ability to do so. It is strongly recommended that you get all of your Pokémon up to at least Level 60, or higher if that is at all feasible. Because each of these four Legendary Pokémon is Level 70, you will have your work cut out for you if you want to catch them all.
Turn on manual saves
Before we go any further, it is highly recommended that you switch off the autosave function and instead depend on the manual save feature. The explanation behind this is rather straightforward: If you mistakenly knock out one of these Pokémon instead of capturing it, you will be able to revert to a save from before the battle began and continue playing as normal.
Autosave is located farther down the page.
Choose the Disabled option.
Perform a manual save of the game.
From this point on, if you mistakenly knock out one of these Pokémon, you will need to exit the game, then restart it and load your most recent manual save. You certainly hope that you won’t have to do this, but it’s far better to err on the side of caution rather than regret afterwards.
To get some Poké Balls of superior quality, we also suggest that you try your hand at making. It is in your best interest to stock up on them now since you will go through a great deal of them. In addition, it is strongly recommended that you include an Ice-type Pokémon in your party so that you may more effectively exploit the vulnerabilities shared by these four Legendary Pokémon.
You may capture Thundurus, Tornadus, and Landorus in any sequence; however, it is important to bear in mind that you can only go for Enamorus after you have captured the first three.
How to catch Thundurus
Proceed to the Cobalt Coastlands when you’re ready.
Move toward the coastal region that is near to Sand’s Reach.
Attend the arrival of a Thunderstorm. This is very important since Thundurus will only come during the storm in question.
You should remain in your camp and relax until there is a thunderstorm, if at all possible.
Utilize a manual save, as explained in the last section.
Proceed out into the ocean region and get in close proximity to Thundurus.
Thundurus (Level 70) Weaknesses: Ice, solid rock
Take care to avoid the tornadoes that are coming your way.
To defeat Thundurus, hurl stunning things in his direction.
Throw your Pokémon and begin a battle as soon as the barrier has been breached.
Use up Thundurus’s health and then begin to toss your finest Poké Balls at it.
How to catch Tornadus
Proceed to the Alabaster Icelands after you have finished.
To be more specific, you should relocate to the Bonechill Wastelands.
Hold your breath and wait for a snowstorm to pass by. This is quite important, since Tornadus will only show up during the storm in question.
Stay in your camp and continue to relax there until there is a blizzard, if necessary.
Perform a manual save of your game.
Tornadus may be found out in the wastelands, so approach him there.
Tornadus (Level 70) Ice, rock, and electric are its weaknesses.
Protect yourself from the whirlwinds that are being hurled your way and strike Tornadus with magnificent objects.
You will be able to engage in combat with Tornadus after you have successfully breached his barrier twice.
To begin the battle, throw your Pokémon at each other.
Tornadus will eventually get weak enough for you to start tossing your finest Poké Balls at it.
How to catch Landorus
Proceed to the Obsidian Fieldlands when you’re ready.
More specifically, relocate to the island of Ramanas.
This time, there is no need to wait for a storm; you should directly approach Landorus.
Perform a manual save of your game.
Landorus (Level 70) Weaknesses: Ice, and Water
Stay out of the way of the whirlwinds and strike Landorus with spectacular objects.
You will be able to engage in combat with Landorus if you have successfully breached his barrier three times.
Launch your Pokémon into the air to start a fight.
Put Landorus to sleep with your relentless barrage of powerful Poké Balls.
How to catch Enamorus
Once you have Thundurus, Tornadus, and Landorus in your possession, you should make your way back to Cogita.
You will be informed that Enamorus is the fourth and final Pokémon that you need to capture in order to fulfil this request.
Proceed to the Crimson Mirelands when you’re ready.
You should go to the Red Bog.
Prepare a manual game save before continuing.
Make your way up to Enamorus.
Enamorus (Level 70) Electric, Ice, and Rock are its Weaknesses.
While Enamorus is being stunned by your attacks, you must avoid the whirlwinds that are being flung at you.
Take care to avoid being caught in the treacherous terrain of the marsh.
If a whirlwind were to strike you, the controls would be momentarily reversed, so you should use extreme caution.
You will be able to engage in combat with Enamorus after his barrier has been destroyed four times.
Battle it out by throwing your Pokémon.
Put Enamorus to sleep with your superior Poké Balls and then finish him off.