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How to Get All the Legendary Pokemon in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Players can find every single Legendary Pokemon in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

As a special post-game treat for Pokemon fans, players can hunt every Legendary Pokemon from past games by traveling through special wormholes in Ultra Space. Different colored wormholes are home to different Legendary Pokemon, but some only appear under certain conditions or are exclusive to either Pokemon Ultra Sun or Pokemon Ultra Moon.

If you're wondering how to find certain Legendary Pokemon, we've got you covered. Here's a rundown of how to catch every Legendary Pokemon in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

In-Game Legendary Pokemon

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While most of the game's Legendary Pokemon only appear via the Ultra Space Wormholes, there are a few Pokemon that are native to the Alola Region.

Solgaleo/Lunala: Can be found at the Mahalo Trail after defeating Necrozma. Solgaleo is exclusive to Pokemon Ultra Sun, while Lunala is exclusive to Pokemon Ultra Moon, so you'll need to trade to have both in your collection.

Luckily, players can get a SECOND Solgaleo/Lunala by evolving the wild Cosmog they find at the Altar of the Sunne (Pokemon Ultra Sun) or the Altar of the Moon (Pokemon Ultra Moon), so it shouldn't be too hard to find a player that's willing to swap Legendary Pokemon with you.

Necrozma: After the player defeats Necrozma in Ultra Megalopolis, they can capture the mysterious Pokemon at Mount Lanakila before facing the Elite Four.

Guardian Pokemon: All four "Tapu" Pokemon can be found at their respective islands after players beat the game's storyline. Tapu Koko appears at the Ruins of Conflict, Tapu Lele appears at the Ruins of Life, Tapu Bulu appears at the Ruins of Abundance, and Tapu Fini appears at the Ruins of Hope.

Zygarde: Players can find a 50% Zygarde in the Caves of Resolution. In order to get the rest of the Zygarde cells needed to transform Zygarde into its Complete form, you'll need to fight Dexio after beating the main storyline. He'll give you a 10% Zygarde and a Zygarde Cube that contains the remaining Zygarde Cells.

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Red Wormholes

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The following Pokemon appear in the red wormholes that appear during the Ultra Warp Ride minigame, which players gain access to after beating the game's main storyline. Players simply need to direct either Solgaleo or Lunala into the wormhole for a chance to capture the following Pokemon:

Articuno

Zapdos

Moltres

Ho-Oh (appears in Pokemon Ultra Sun only)

Rayquaza (will not appear unless both Kyogre and Groudon are on your team)

Cresselia

Tornadus (appears in Pokemon Ultra Sun only)

Thundurus (appears in Pokemon Ultra Moon only)

Landorus (will not appear unless both Tornadus and Thundurus are on your team)

Yvetal (appears in Pokemon Ultra Moon only)

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Blue Wormholes

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The following Pokemon appear in the blue wormholes that appear during the Ultra Warp Ride minigame, which players gain access to after beating the game's main storyline. Players simply need to direct either Solgaleo or Lunala into the wormhole for a chance to capture the following Pokemon:

Suicune (will not appear unless both Entei and Raikou are on your team)

Latias (appears in Pokemon Ultra Moon only)

Latios (appears in Pokemon Ultra Sun only)

Lugia (appears in Pokemon Ultra Moon only)

Kyogre (appears in Pokemon Ultra Moon only)

Uxie

Mespirit

Azelf

Kyurem (will not appear unless both Zekrom and Reshiram are on your team)

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Green Wormholes

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The following Pokemon appear in the green wormholes that appear during the Ultra Warp Ride minigame, which players gain access to after beating the game's main storyline. Players simply need to direct either Solgaleo or Lunala into the wormhole for a chance to capture the following Pokemon:

Mewtwo

Raikou (appears in Pokemon Ultra Sun only)

Entei(appears in Pokemon Ultra Moon only)

Dialga (appears in Pokemon Ultra Sun only)

Palkia (appears in Pokemon Ultra Moon only)

Cobalion

Terrakion

Verizion

Zekrom (appears in Pokemon Ultra Moon only)

Reshiram (appears in Pokemon Ultra Sun only)

Xernias (appears in Pokemon Ultra Sun only)

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Yellow Wormholes

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The following Pokemon appear in the yellow wormholes that appear during the Ultra Warp Ride minigame, which players gain access to after beating the game's main storyline. Players simply need to direct either Solgaleo or Lunala into the wormhole for a chance to capture the following Pokemon:

Regirock

Regice

Registeel

Groudon (appears in Pokemon Ultra Sun only)

Regigigas (appears in Pokemon Ultra Moon only)

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Heatran (appears in Pokemon Ultra Sun only)

Giratina (will not appear unless both Palkia and Dialga are on your team)

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"Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon": Legendary Pokémon Locations Guide

Cheeky Kid is a true-blue casual gamer. Whenever he's not watching anime or reading manga, chances are he's mindlessly playing games.

The "Gotta Catch 'Em All" dream is what all Pokémon trainers have in common. With the release of Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, it is clear that the dream to catch them all still persists.

As an inevitable step in catching all the Pokémon in the world and filling up the Pokédex, the marvelous Legendary Pokémon should be captured at all costs. For that purpose, this comprehensive guide was made!

This guide lists all the locations of the Legendary Pokémon in the Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon versions of the game. So far, this game has all the legendary critters from all of the generations of Pokémon. There's a lot of work to do so get moving and push your luck in trying to catch them all. Good luck!

Alola Legendary Pokémon

These Legendary Pokémon can be encountered in Alola as part of the main story of the game or confronted after becoming the Champion of Alola.

Solgaleo

Type: Psychic/Steel

Description: A Sunne Pokémon that is believed to be a being from another world. Throughout the writings from ancient history, it is called “The Beast that Devours the Sun.”

Special Note: Solgaleo can be found near the bridge at the Mahalo Trail on Melemele Island. In order to catch it, you need to have finished the Ultra Megapolis incident and defeated Necrozma beforehand.

Lunala

Type: Psychic/Ghost

Description: A Moone Pokémon that is believed to be a being from another world. Throughout the writings from ancient history, it is called “The Beast that Calls the Moon.”

Special Note: Lunala can be found near the bridge at the Mahalo Trail on Melemele Island. In order to catch it, you need to have finished the Ultra Megapolis incident and defeated Necrozma beforehand.

Cosmog

Type: Psychic

Description: A Nebula Pokémon that is believed to be a being from another world. Throughout the writings from ancient history, it is called “The Child of the Stars.”

Special Note: Cosmog can be found on the Lake of the Sunne or Lake of the Moone depending on your game version. However, you need to follow a few steps before you can it with you. First, you need to have a Solgaleo or Lunala in your party. Second, you need to go the “Reverse World” by entering the crack in space on the Altar of the Sunne or Altar of the Moone on Poni Island. Lastly, you need to head over to the Lake of the Sunne or Lake of the Moone on Ula’ula Island to meet Cosmog and have it join your party.

Necrozma

Type: Psychic

Description: A Prism Pokémon that is reminiscent of the Ultra Beasts, which are creatures from other worlds and dimensions. Its source of power is light. For some reason, its prism form is devoid of any kind of light. If it bathes in enough light energy, it can revert to its former glorious form—Ultra Necrozma!

Special Note: Ultra Necrozma can be found on Mount Lanakila. You will find it lying in a weakened state on a large crater on the path going to the newly established Pokémon League after the Ultra Megalopolis incident.

Tapu Koko

Type: Electric/Fairy

Description: A Land Spirit Pokémon that serves as the guardian deity of the Melemele Island of Alola. The source of its overwhelming power is the energy of countless thunderclouds, which it stores in its own body.

Special Note: Tapu Koko can be found in the Ruins of Conflict on Melemele Island after becoming the Champion of Alola.

Tapu Lele

Type: Psychic/Fairy

Description: A Land Spirit Pokémon that serves as the guardian deity of the Akala Island of Alola. The source of its overwhelming power is the energy it harvests from the fragrant aroma of the flowers in Alola.

Special Note: Tapu Lele can be found in the Ruins of Life on Akala Island after becoming the Champion of Alola.

Tapu Bulu

Type: Grass/Fairy

Description: A Land Spirit Pokémon that serves as the guardian deity of the Ula’ula Island of Alola. The source of its overwhelming power is the energy it absorbs from the vegetation it causes in Alola.

Special Note: Tapu Bulu can be found in the Ruins of Abundance on Ula’ula Island after becoming the Champion of Alola.

Tapu Fini

Type: Water/Fairy

Description: A Land Spirit Pokémon that serves as the guardian deity of the Poni Island of Alola. The source of its overwhelming power is the energy it collects from the might of the ocean currents in Alola.

Special Note: Tapu Lele can be found in the Ruins of Hope on Poni Island after becoming the Champion of Alola.

Zygarde

Type: Dragon/Ground

Description: An Order Pokémon that is said to be a creature that monitors and brings balance to the ecosystem. It is capable of shifting into other forms by assimilating various numbers of its cells that are scattered all throughout the world.

Special Note: Zygarde can be found in the deepest level of the Resolution Cave on Poni Island after becoming the Champion of Alola. Do note that in order to achieve its other forms, you have to go to the Aether Trailer on Route 16 and obtain the 10% Zygarde Forme from Dexio, the Zygarde Cube from Sina, and use the Zygarde Machine to deconstruct, assemble, and make Zygarde learn the “Power Construct” ability.

Red Wormhole Legendary Pokémon

These Legendary Pokémon can be discovered in worlds connected by the red wormholes in Ultra Space. The farther you go into Ultra Space, and the more rings and more special-looking features the red wormholes posses, the higher the chance that you'll discover a Legendary Pokémon.

Ho-Oh (Ultra Sun Exclusive)

Type: Fire/Flying

Description: A Rainbow Pokémon that possesses feathers that glow in seven different colors. It is said that if ever a human catches a glimpse of it, that person will be granted an eternity of happiness.

Special Note: Ho-Oh can only be caught in Ultra Sun.

Tornadus (Ultra Sun Exclusive)

Type: Flying

Description: A Cyclone Pokémon that emits clouds of energy from its tail capable of creating storms and blowing away everything on its path.

Special Note: Tornadus can only be caught in Ultra Sun.

Yveltal (Ultra Moon Exclusive)

Type: Dark/Flying

Description: A Destruction Pokémon that absorbs the life force of every living creature the moment it reaches its very own life’s end. Thereafter, it turns into a cocoon once again.

Special Note: Yveltal can only be caught in Ultra Moon.

Thundurus (Ultra Moon Exclusive)

Type: Electric/Flying

Description: A Bolt Strike Pokémon that has a spiky tail capable of emitting an almost infinite amount of lightning bolts. It is often blamed for the forest fires that becomes rampant wherever it goes.

Special Note: Thundurus can only be caught in Ultra Moon.

Moltres

Type: Fire/Flying

Description: A Flame Pokémon that has the ability to control and manipulate fire. It has a recuperative ability that allows it to heal its own wounds by dipping in lava.

Zapdos

Type: Electric/Flying

Description: An Electric Pokémon that often appears in a sky ravaged by thunder storms. Each flap from its wings is capable of unleashing a fury of thunder bolts.

Articuno

Type: Ice/Flying

Description: A Freeze Pokémon that control and manipulate ice. Everywhere it goes, air is chilled, which then turns water vapor into snow.

Cresselia

Type: Psychic

Description: A Lunar Pokémon that represents the crescent moon. If a human ever gets a hold of one of its feathers and sleeps with it, that person will be assured of having only pleasant dreams.

Rayquaza (Kyogre and Groudon Required)

Type: Dragon/Flying

Description: A Sky High Pokémon that lives in the ozone layer of the planet. Prior to its discovery, it was thought to have never existed because no one was able to see that far into the sky.

Special Note: This Pokémon will only appear if you have Kyogre and Groudon in your party as you search for it.

Type: Ground/Flying

Description: An Abundance Pokémon that pours down energy upon the fields it visits granting nutrition and nourishment to the soil. Due to this fact, it has been called “The Guardian of the Fields.”

Special Note: Landorus will only appear if you have Thundurus and Tornadus in your party as you search for it.

Yellow Wormhole Legendary Pokémon

These Legendary Pokémon can be discovered in worlds connected by the yellow wormholes in Ultra Space. The farther you go into Ultra Space, and the more rings and more special-looking features the yellow wormholes posses, the higher the chance that you'll discover a Legendary Pokémon.

Groudon (Ultra Sun)

Type: Ground

Description: A Continent Pokémon that is known all throughout history to be the creature that raised all landforms and continents. It is said that it has the power to scatter rain clouds and evaporate water with intense light and heat.

Special Note: Groudon can only be caught in Ultra Sun.

Heatran (Ultra Sun)

Type: Fire/Steel

Description: A Lava Dome Pokémon that lives in volcanic caves. Parts of its body are partially melted because of its own high body temperature.

Special Note: Heatran can only be caught in Ultra Sun.

Palkia (Ultra Moon)

Type: Water/Dragon

Description: A Spatial Pokémon that reigns over time. It lives in a spatial dimension parallel to ours creating stable space with its every breath.

Special Note: Palkia can only be caught in Ultra Moon.

Regigigas (Ultra Moon)

Type: Normal

Description: A Colossal Pokémon that is known to be the very creature that moved the continents into their current positions in the past. It is believed that it created Regirock, Regice, and Registeel out of clay, ice, and magma.

Special Note: Regigigas can only be caught in Ultra Moon.

Regice

Type: Ice

Description: An Iceberg Pokémon that is so cold that even if it is submerged in magma, it won’t melt. It is said to have been created during an ice age.

Registreel

Type: Steel

Description: An Iron Pokémon that has a body that cannot be scratched by anything. Studies found that inside its metallic frame is a hollow void.

Regirock

Type: Rock

Description: A Rock Peak Pokémon that is made out of various rock from different locations. If it gets damage for any reason, it could assimilate just about any kind of rock to heal itself.

Giratina (Palkia and Dialga Required)

Type: Ghost/Dragon

Description: A Renegade Pokémon that lived in the reverse side of our world. In the ancient times, it was banished to the Distorted World for being insanely violent.

Special Note: Giratina will only appear if you have Palkia and Dialga in your party as you search for it.

Blue Wormhole Legendary Pokémon

These Legendary Pokémon can be discovered in worlds connected by the blue wormholes in Ultra Space. The farther you go into Ultra Space, and the more rings and more special-looking features the blue wormholes posses, the higher the chance that you'll discover a Legendary Pokémon.

Latios (Ultra Sun)

Type: Dragon/Psychic

Description: An Eon Pokémon that is so intelligent it can understand human speech. It is said that will only open its heart to a human with a compassionate spirit.

Special Note: Latios can only be caught in Ultra Sun.

Kyogre (Ultra Sun)

Type: Water

Description: A Sea Basin Pokémon that is known all throughout history to be the creature that expanded the seas by bringing torrential rains and towering tidal waves onto the dry land. It is said to have the power to create massive rain clouds and cover the entire sky with them.

Special Note: Kyogre can only be caught in Ultra Sun.

Lugia (Ultra Moon)

Type: Psychic/Flying

Description: A Diving Pokémon that prefers to live in sea caves far from any kind of human settlement. Its wings are so powerful that one flap can summon a gigantic tornado.

Special Note: Lugia can only be caught in Ultra Moon.

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Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Legendary Pokemon

This Pokemon Ultra Sun Ultra and Moon Legendary Pokemon guide serves as a list of Legendaries in Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. Pokemon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon Versions join Sun and Moon in the seventh generation and feature legendaries from the Alola Region. This guide will cover how to find and obtain all of the Legendary Pokemon.

The following Legendary Pokemon are available in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon versions:

Note: This page will be updated with further details and information on how to obtain each legendary as more of the game is discovered.

Alolan Legendary Pokemon

The following are Legendaries introduced in generation 7 that can be obtained in Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. Most of these legendaries play a role in the plot of the games.

  • Cosmog
  • Solgaleo
  • Lunala
  • Necrozma
  • Zygarde
  • Tapu Koko
  • Tapu Lele
  • Tapu Bulu
  • Tapu Fini

Ultra Wormhole Legendary Pokemon

Similar to Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, nearly every non-event legendary Pokemon from past generations can be obtained in Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

  • Atricuno
  • Zapdos
  • Moltres
  • Mewtwo
  • Raikou
  • Entei
  • Suicune
  • Lugia
  • Ho-oh
  • Regirock
  • Regice
  • Registeel
  • Latias
  • Latios
  • Kyogre
  • Groudon
  • Rayquaza
  • Uxie
  • Mesprit
  • Azelf
  • Dialga
  • Palkia
  • Heatran
  • Regigigas
  • Giratina
  • Cresselia
  • Cobalion
  • Terrakion
  • Virizion
  • Tornadus
  • Thundurus
  • Reshiram
  • Zekrom
  • Landorus
  • Kyurem
  • Xerneas
  • Yveltal

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Pokemon Ultra Sun & Moon: How To Catch Every Legendary | Ultra Wormholes Guide

A huge selection of Legendary Pokémon have been imported directly into Pokémon Ultra Sun and Moon, and your trainer can collect these rare treasures through a new mechanic — the Ultra Wormholes. These special holes in time-and-space can take your trainer to alternate realities where it’s possible to collect the rarest of the rare Pokémon without trading or jumping into previous games in the series. Yes, you can even unlock Mewtwo.

Ultra Wormholes, and the mechanics behind them, are a little complicated. So we’re going to explain everything you need to know about this weird end-game feature. Like Mantine Surfing, Ultra Wormholes send your trainer into a mini-game where you’ll have to hit orbs of energy to increase your speed — the further you travel in an Ultra Wormhole, the better your chances of finding a rare Pokémon.


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How To Catch Legendary Pokemon | Ultra Wormholes Guide

Ultra Sun and Moon contain every single Legendary Pokémon from the series’ past. That’s a lot of Pokémon to unlock, and earning them isn’t especially easy. The only way to find these past Legendaries is to use the brand new Ultra Wormholes.

  • NOTE: Ultra Wormholes unlock after you’ve gone through the Ultra Wormhole to travel to Ultra Megapolis in the story.

When you enter an Ultra Wormhole, you’ll ride Solgaleo or Lunala through Ultra Space. The goal is simple — travel as far as you can, collecting energy as you go to travel further and further. Energy orbs become more scarce the further you travel, so you’ll have to learn to be quick to get the most distance in Ultra Space.

  • Ultra Space includes three orb types.
    • Wormholes take your trainer to one of 5 unique environments.
      • Each one contains different Pokémon types for you to catch. The further you travel, the higher the rarity of Pokémon you will find in each wormhole.
    • Orange Energy Orbs increase your energy and allow you to travel faster and further.
      • Orange orbs are plentiful early on, but become much more scarce later on.
    • Blue Energy Orbs drain your energy, making you slow down and weaken.
      • When slow, you’ll be dragged into the gravity field of a wormhole more easily.

Wormhole Types & Rarity

As stated above, there are five unique “worlds” you can reach from Ultra Space wormholes. Before entering a wormhole, you’ll also want to know the rarity of the wormhole.

  • Depending on the distance you travel, wormholes will gain a border that denotes the rarity of that wormhole.
    1. No Border
    2. Single Border
    3. Double Border
    4. Purple Double Border

The more light years you put under your belt, the higher the chance these higher-rarity wormholes will appear. The rarest wormholes, the Purple Double Border wormholes, will only begin appearing at 2500 light years — rarity bonuses stop at 4500 light years.

  • Wormholes come in five types. 
    • White Wormholes [Ultra World environment.]
    • Blue Wormholes [Waterfall environment.]
    • Red Wormholes [Rocky Mountain environment.]
    • Yellow Wormholes [Underground Cavern environment.]
    • Green Wormholes [Grassy Field environment.]

The White Wormholes will randomly teleport you to one of the Ultra alternate world environments. There are several, and all of them have a chance of encountering an Ultra Beast. Let’s get into the worlds, and which Pokémon / Ultra Beasts will appear.

 


Ultra Wormhole Pokémon | Wormhole Guide

Finally, we’re at the most important part of the guide. Here, we’ll explain which Pokémon appear in every type of Wormhole, including the rarity for White Wormhole Ultra Beasts. Let’s get started.

  • White Wormhole | Pokémon List
    • Rarity: Common
      • Buzzwole [Ultra Sun Only]
      • Pheromosa [Ultra Moon Only]
      • Nihilego
    • Rarity: Uncommon
      • Kartana [Ultra Sun Only]
      • Celesteela [Ultra Moon Only]
      • Xurkitree
    • Rarity: Rare
  • Blue Wormhole | Pokémon List
    • Legendary:
      • Latios [Ultra Sun Only]
      • Kyogra [Ultra Sun Only]
      • Lugia [Ultra Moon Only]
      • Latias [Ultra Moon Only]
      • Azelf
      • Uxie
      • Mesprit
      • Kyurem [Reshiram & Zekrom Required]
      • Suicune [Entei & Rakou Required]
    • Common:
      • Barbaracle
      • Floatzel
      • Lombre
      • Quagsire
      • Stunfisk
  • Green Wormhole | Pokémon List
    • Legendary:
      • Dialga [Ultra Sun Only]
      • Raikou [Ultra Sun Only]
      • Xerneas [Ultra Sun Only]
      • Reshiram [Ultra Sun Only]
      • Zekrom [Ultra Moon Only]
      • Entei [Ultra Moon Only]
      • Cobalion
      • Virizion
      • Terrakion
      • Mewtwo
    • Common:
      • Audino
      • Drapion
      • Grumpig
      • Heliolisk
      • Nuzleaf
  • Yellow Wormhole | Pokémon List
    • Legendary:
      • Groudon [Ultra Sun Only]
      • Heatran [Ultra Sun Only]
      • Palkia [Ultra Moon Only]
      • Regigigas [Ultra Moon Only]
      • Regice
      • Registeel
      • Regirock
      • Giratina [Palkia & Dialga Required]
    • Common:
      • Abomasnow
      • Crustle
      • Hippowdon
      • Magcargo
      • Medicham
  • Red Wormhole | Pokémon List
    • Legendary:
      • Ho-Oh [Ultra Sun Only]
      • Tornadus [Ultra Sun Only]
      • Yveltal [Ultra Moon Only]
      • Thundurus [Ultra Moon Only]
      • Moltres
      • Zapdos
      • Articuno
      • Cresselia
      • Rayquaza [Kyogre & Groudon Required]
      • Landorus [Thundurus & Tornadus Required]
    • Common:
      • Altaria
      • Swanna
      • Swellow
      • Sigilyph
      • Yanmega

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