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How to get all Hisuian Pokémon in Legends: Arceus

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In Pokémon Legends: Arceus, players are working to create the first-ever Pokédex, meaning this story takes place long before any other Pokémon game. In Pokémon Legends: Arceus, some of our favorite Pokémon not only look a little different, some even have a new typing or a new evolution we've never seen before. Take a look at all the new forms and learn where to get them.

Hisuian Pokémon and how to get them in Pokémon Legends: Arceus

PokémonTypeHow to find Hisuian form
Growlithe Fire/RockCatch in the Veilstone Cape area of the Cobalt Coastlands
Arcanine Fire/RockEvolve Growlithe with a Fire Stone purchased from the Trading Post or found mining rocks
Voltorb Electric/GrassCatch in the Sacred Plaza area of the Coronet Highlands
Electrode Electric/GrassEvolve Voltorb with a Leaf Stone purchased from the Trading Post or found mining rocks
Typhlosion Fire/GhostChoose Cyndaquil as your starter Pokémon and evolve to level 36 through battle and interaction, or catch in a Space-Time Distortion after you've completed the story
Qwilfish Dark/PoisonAfter you're able to ride Basculegion, catch in the Ramanas Island of Obsidian Fieldlands or the Tranquility Cove, Lunker's Lare, and Islespy Shore of Cobalt Coastlands
Samurott Water/DarkChoose Oshawott as your starter Pokémon and evolve to level 36 through battle and interaction, or catch in a Space-Time Distortion after you've completed the story
Lilligant Grass/FightingCatch Petilil in the Cottonsedge Prairie or Holm of Trials areas of the Crimson Mirelands and evolve with a Sun Stone purchased from the Trading Post or found mining rocks
Zorua Normal/GhostCatch in the ice caves of the Bonechill Wastes area of Alabaster Icelands.
Zoroark Normal/GhostEvolve Zorua at level 30 through battle and interaction
Braviary Psychic/FlyingCatch Rufflet in the Lake Acuity and Heart's Crag area of Alabaster Icelands and evolve Rufflet to level 54 through battle and interaction, or catch a Braviary in the Lake Acuity area of Alabaster Icelands
Sliggoo Dragon/SteelCatch a Goomy in the Ancient Quarry area of Coronet Highlands and evolve to level 40
Goodra Dragon/SteelCatch a Goomy in the Ancient Quarry area of Coronet Highlands and evolve to level 50 while it's raining
Avalugg Ice/RockCatch in the Avalugg's Legacy area of Alabaster Icelands
Decidueye Grass/FightingChoose Rowlet as your starter Pokémon and evolve to level 34 through battle and interaction, or catch in a Space-Time Distortion after you've completed the story
Sneasel Fighting/PoisonCatch in the Celestica Trail area of the Coronet Highlands after calming three Nobles
Sneasler Fighting/PoisonEvolve Sneasel during the day holding Razor Claw, obtained at the Trading Post or fighting wild Sneasel
Kleavor Bug/RockEvolve Scyther with a Black Augurite found mining rocks or as a random drop against Graveler
Wyrdeer Normal/PsychicCatch Stantler in the Obsidian Highlands and have it learn and master Psyshield Bash, use it in Agile Style 20 times
Basculegion Water/GhostCatch Basculin in the Islespy Shore or Tranquility Cove areas of the Cobalt Coastlands and allow it to take 300 recoil damage without fainting
Ursaluna Normal/GroundCatch Teddiursa or Ursaring in the Sonorous Path area of Coronet Highlands, with a Peat Block discovered by digging for treasure with the ridable Ursaluna in the Crimson Mirelands, evolve Ursaring in the Crimson Mirelands at night during a full moon.

Catch 'em all!

New forms and new type pairings are one of the best parts of Pokémon games. Now that you know how to get the new Pokémon Legends: Arceus forms, you can get to catching and see which ones you like best.

Alex Huebner
Alex Huebner

Alex has been working with iMore as a Freelance Gaming Writer for three years. You can also find a few articles of hers on Android Central and Windows Central. She regularly covers Nintendo Switch games and accessories as well as iOS game apps. In addition to the Nintendo Switch, you may also find her playing on the PlayStation and PC. When she doesn’t have a controller in hand she likes to spend her time with her husband, son, and dogs, exploring new places, or hiding away with a book (or comic book). A few of her favorite games include the Zelda franchise, Little Nightmares, and Animal Crossing.