In Pokémon Legends: Arceus, the legendary Landorus, Tornadus, and Thundurus can be caught in different parts of the Hisui region. Here’s how.
In Pokemon Legends: Arceus, players can catch the legendary weather-themed Pokémon Landorus, Tornadus, and Thundurus. Called the Forces of Nature Pokémon, this set of three has both base and incarnated forms. Tornadus is of the Flying type, Thundurus is of the Flying-electric type and Landorus is of the Flying/Ground type.
To begin the hunt to add this Legendary Pokémon to the Pokemon Legends: Arceus Pokédex, players must defeat Volo at the Temple of Sinnoh and return to Galaxy HQ. From there, players can interact with the NPC Cogita to receive the quest’Incarnate Powers of Hisui.’ For this quest, players are given four clues that indicate the locations of Landorus, Tornadus, Thundurus, and Enamorus. Note that players will not get the final clue to Enamorus until after they capture Landorus, Tornadus, and Thundurus.
To catch Thundurus, players must travel to Cobalt Coastlands and search the large rocks in the water at Coastland Campsite. For Thundurus to spawn in this location, it must be during a rainstorm. Players will immediately recognize the large blue ghost floating on a cloud with a distinct black pointed arm protruding from its back. Once players find this Legendary, some of the best moves to use are Rock type moves Pokemon Legends: Arceus against it, with Pokémon like Golem having Rock-type moves like moves like Stone Ax or Rollout. If players need to change the weather, they can rest at a campsite to change the weather conditions until they get the heavy rain to spawn Thundurus.
Finding Landorus and Tornadus in Pokémon Legends: Arceus
To find Landorus, players must travel to Obsidian Fieldlands in sunny weather. Next, players must go to Ramanas Island and find Landorus. Players will look for a large orange ghost floating on a cloud with a menacing black and red arm extending out of its back. To explore the area faster, players can use a mount in Pokemon Legends: Arceus. Once players find Landorus, the Pokémon can run away from the player or launch an attack. Players must dodge the attacks and try to get close enough to stun Landorus. Once stunned, players can just join in and try to catch him with Poké Balls. Ice-type Pokémon are an excellent counter for Landorus, such as Hisuian Avalugg or Walrein with Ice-type moves like Ice Beam.
Deep in the alabaster islands off Bonechill Wastes during a snow storm, players will be able to find the third member of the Force of Nature trio, Tornadus. Like the other members of the trio, Tornadus floats on a cloud and has a large green body with a purple-yellow arm sticking out of its back. To catch this Pokémon in Pokemon Legends: Arceus, players may want to include Electric-type Pokémon like Jolteon or Luxray in their group with moves like Thunderbolt or Volt Tackle, which will be super effective against the Flying-Type. Note that if players accidentally kill Tornadus while trying to capture the catch, they can leave the area and return to respawn the Legendary.
Once players have successfully captured the three Forces of Nature Landorus, Tornadus, and Thundurus, they can return to Cogita and receive the quest to capture the newly introduced Enamorus. This pink ghost can be caught in the Scarlet Bog in the Crimson Mirelands. Once players capture Enamorus, they can talk to Cogita and receive the Reveal Glass in Pokemon Legends: Arceuswhich allows players to switch between the base and incarnated forms of the Legendary Pokémon.
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Pokemon Legends: Arceus is available for Nintendo Switch.
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