List of in-game event Pokémon (Sun and Moon)

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For a similar list from Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, see List of in-game event Pokémon (Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon).

This is a list of Pokémon obtainable from events found in Pokémon Sun and Moon.

Most of these Pokémon can only be obtained once per game; however, some may also be obtained in other ways as well.

List of Pokémon

Alola starter Pokémon

After the player is rescued by Tapu Koko, Hala will present the player the three starter Pokémon the player can choose from.

Rowlet

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Rowlet / Dex No. 722 Iki Town Normal Tackle
Lv.5
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 5. Grass Leafage
722Rowlet.png Grass Flying - Normal Growl
Item - -- --
None None - Ability Overgrow
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Litten

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Litten / Dex No. 725 Iki Town Normal Scratch
Lv.5
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 5. Fire Ember
725Litten.png Fire Unknown - Normal Growl
Item - -- --
None None - Ability Blaze
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Popplio

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Popplio / Dex No. 728 Iki Town Normal Pound
Lv.5
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 5. Water Water Gun
728Popplio.png Water Unknown - Normal Growl
Item - -- --
None None - Ability Torrent
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Exeggutor

The player battles this Alolan Exeggutor that attacks Lillie upon their arrival on Exeggutor Island.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Exeggutor / Dex No. 103 Exeggutor Island Psychic Confusion
Lv.40
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 40. Psychic Psyshock
103Exeggutor-Alola.png Grass Dragon - Normal Egg Bomb
Item - Grass Wood Hammer
None None - Ability Frisk
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Eevee

The receptionist of the Pokémon Nursery at Paniola Ranch will give the player this Eevee Egg upon visiting her for the first time.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Eevee / Dex No. 133 Nursery helpers Normal Helping Hand
Lv.1
Origin Mark
Type Egg received. Normal Growl
133Eevee.png Normal Unknown (Date hatched) Normal Tackle
Item (Place hatched) Normal Tail Whip
None None Egg hatched. Ability Run Away or Adaptability
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Porygon

After becoming Champion, an Aether Foundation scientist inside the Aether House will give the player a Porygon as an apology for the actions of Lusamine and the Foundation. A female Employee in the same room will give the player an Up-Grade.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Porygon Dex No. 137 Aether House Psychic Agility
Lv.30
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 30. Normal Recover
137Porygon.png Normal Unknown - Electric Magnet Rise
Item - Bug Signal Beam
None None - Ability Trace or Download
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Aerodactyl

A female Ace Trainer inside the Huntail-themed boat house in Seafolk Village will give the player an Aerodactyl.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Aerodactyl Dex No. 142 Seafolk Village Normal Roar
Lv.40
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 40. Psychic Agility
142Aerodactyl.png Rock Flying - Rock Ancient Power
Item - Dark Crunch
None None - Ability Pressure or Rock Head
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Zygarde

Main article: Zygarde Cube

The player can use the Zygarde Cells and Cores that they collect in the Zygarde Cube with a Reassembly Machine on Route 16 on Ula'ula Island to create different Zygarde forms. The player can create multiple Zygarde if they have the right amounts of Zygarde Cells and Cores.

The Reassembly Unit will always use the maximum amount of Cells and Cores it can in assembly operations.

  • 10 Cells/Cores: Zygarde 10% Forme with Aura Break
  • 50 Cells/Cores: Zygarde 50% Forme with Aura Break
  • 100 Cells/Cores: Zygarde 50% Forme with Power Construct

If Zygarde is assembled completely from Cells and Cores from the Zygarde Cube, its level depends on whether the player has become the Champion. Before the player has become Champion, assembled Zygarde will be level 30, but after, they will be level 50.

10% Forme Zygarde

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Zygarde Dex No. 718 Route 16 Normal Safeguard
Lv.30
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 30. Ground Dig
718Zygarde-10Percent.png Dragon Ground - Normal Bind
Item - Ground Land's Wrath
None None - Ability Aura Break
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM
Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Zygarde Dex No. 718 Route 16 Normal Bind
Lv.50
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 50. Ground Land's Wrath
718Zygarde-10Percent.png Dragon Ground - Rock Sandstorm
Item - Ice Haze
None None - Ability Aura Break
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

50% Forme Zygarde

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Zygarde Dex No. 718 Route 16 Normal Safeguard
Lv.30
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 30. Ground Dig
718Zygarde.png Dragon Ground - Normal Bind
Item - Ground Land's Wrath
None None - Ability Aura Break or Power Construct
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM
Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Zygarde Dex No. 718 Route 16 Normal Bind
Lv.50
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 50. Ground Land's Wrath
718Zygarde.png Dragon Ground - Rock Sandstorm
Item - Ice Haze
None None - Ability Aura Break or Power Construct
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Type: Null

When the player becomes Champion, Gladion will give the player a Type: Null as thanks for their help. He will also give them a collection of Silvally's memories.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Type: Null Dex No. 772 Aether Paradise Normal Crush Claw
Lv.40
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 40. Normal Scary Face
772Type Null.png Normal Unknown - Bug X-Scissor
Item - Normal Take Down
None None - Ability Battle Armor
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Guardian deities

After becoming Champion, the player and Lillie visit Tapu Koko's shrine at the Ruins of Conflict to thank it. Tapu Koko will then challenge the player, acting as the final battle the player has before the credits roll. If Tapu Koko is defeated without capturing it or fled from, it will respawn after the player successfully defends their title.

After the credits, the player can challenge the other three guardian deities.

Tapu Koko

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Tapu Koko Dex No. 785 Ruins of Conflict Fairy Nature's Madness
Lv.60
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 60. Electric Discharge
785Tapu Koko.png Electric Fairy - Psychic Agility
Item - Electric Electro Ball
None None - Ability Electric Surge
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Tapu Lele

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Tapu Lele Dex No. 786 Ruins of Life Fairy Nature's Madness
Lv.60
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 60. Psychic Extrasensory
786Tapu Lele.png Psychic Fairy - Dark Flatter
Item - Fairy Moonblast
None None - Ability Psychic Surge
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Tapu Bulu

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Tapu Bulu Dex No. 787 Ruins of Abundance Fairy Nature's Madness
Lv.60
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 60. Psychic Zen Headbutt
787Tapu Bulu.png Grass Fairy - Bug Megahorn
Item - Normal Skull Bash
None None - Ability Grassy Surge
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Tapu Fini

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Tapu Fini Dex No. 788 Ruins of Hope Fairy Nature's Madness
Lv.60
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 60. Water Muddy Water
788Tapu Fini.png Water Fairy - Water Aqua Ring
Item - Water Hydro Pump
None None - Ability Misty Surge
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Cosmog

After becoming Champion, a rift will appear at the Altar of the SunneS/Altar of the MooneM which the player can open into an Ultra Wormhole with the help of Solgaleo at night or Lunala during the day. This wormhole will lead the player to a world that is night when the other world is day and vice versa. In this alternate world, they can find the Lake of the SunneS/Lake of the MooneM, and if they bring SolgaleoS/LunalaM there, they will receive a Cosmog.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Cosmog Dex No. 789 Lake of the SunneS/Lake of the MooneM Normal Splash
Lv.5
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 5. -- --
789Cosmog.png Psychic Unknown - -- --
Item - -- --
None None - Ability Unaware
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Solgaleo and Lunala

After confronting Lusamine and rescuing her and Guzma from Ultra Space, Nebby, now a SolgaleoS/LunalaM, will wish to continue growing stronger. However, because Lillie is not a Trainer, she suggests that it join the player's party. SolgaleoS/LunalaM faces the player in battle to test them. Like Reshiram, Zekrom, Xerneas, and Yveltal in Black, White, X, and Y, respectively, it must be caught to proceed with the story.

Solgaleo

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Solgaleo Dex No. 791 Altar of the Sunne Steel Sunsteel Strike
Lv.55
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 55. Psychic Cosmic Power
791Solgaleo.png Psychic Steel - Dark Crunch
Item - Psychic Zen Headbutt
None None - Ability Full Metal Body
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Lunala

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Lunala Dex No. 792 Altar of the Moone Ghost Moongeist Beam
Lv.55
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 55. Psychic Cosmic Power
792Lunala.png Psychic Ghost - Dark Night Daze
Item - Ghost Shadow Ball
None None - Ability Shadow Shield
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Ultra Beasts

After becoming Champion, if the player visits the Route 8 motel on Akala Island, they will be recruited by Anabel and Looker to capture the Ultra Beasts that escaped from the Ultra Wormhole as a form of protective custody. There are five different missions to capture different Ultra Beasts that will take the player to each of Alola four islands. In some missions, there will be multiple of the same species, and in some missions, the Ultra Beast may be able to be found in either of two locations.

When a battle with an Ultra Beast begins, it will be surrounded by an aura that sharply increases one of its stats. To help capturing the Ultra Beasts them, the player is given ten Beast Balls at the start of each mission. Most Poké Balls except the Master Ball and Beast Balls are no more effective than a regular Poké Ball against Ultra Beasts. The Beast Ball, however, is specifically designed to overcome this limitation.

If the player flees from or defeats any of the Ultra Beasts, they can still be found again immediately at the same place (or the alternate location, if applicable and if so desired).

Nihilego

The first mission involves the player capturing a sole Nihilego, also known as UB-01 Symbiont. Nihilego can be found inside Diglett's Tunnel or at Wela Volcano Park.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Nihilego Dex No. 793 Diglett's Tunnel/Wela Volcano Park Rock Power Gem
Lv.55
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 55. Psychic Mirror Coat
793Nihilego.png Rock Poison - Poison Acid Spray
Item - Poison Venom Drench
None None - Ability Beast Boost
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Buzzwole

In Pokémon Sun, the second mission involves the player capturing two Buzzwole, also known as UB-02 Absorption. Buzzwole can be found at Melemele Meadow.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Buzzwole Dex No. 794 Melemele Meadow Fighting Counter
Lv.65
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 65. Fighting Hammer Arm
794Buzzwole.png Bug Fighting - Bug Lunge
Item - Fighting Dynamic Punch
None None - Ability Beast Boost
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Pheromosa

In Pokémon Moon, the second mission involves the player capturing four Pheromosa, also known as UB-02 Beauty. Pheromosa can be found inside Verdant Cavern.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Pheromosa Dex No. 795 Verdant Cavern Fighting Triple Kick
Lv.60
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 60. Bug Lunge
795Pheromosa.png Bug Fighting - Bug Bug Buzz
Item - Normal Me First
None None - Ability Beast Boost
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Xurkitree

The third mission involves the player capturing two Xurkitree, also known as UB-03 Lighting. Xurkitree can be found inside the Lush Jungle or at Memorial Hill.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Xurkitree Dex No. 796 Lush Jungle/Memorial Hill Psychic Hypnosis
Lv.65
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 65. Electric Discharge
796Xurkitree.png Electric Unknown - Electric Electric Terrain
Item - Grass Power Whip
None None - Ability Beast Boost
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Celesteela

In Pokémon Moon, the fourth mission involves the player capturing two Celesteela, also known as UB-04 Blaster. Celesteela can be found at Haina Desert and Malie Garden.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Celesteela Dex No. 797 Haina Desert/Malie Garden Steel Autotomize
Lv.65
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 65. Grass Seed Bomb
797Celesteela.png Steel Flying - Normal Skull Bash
Item - Steel Iron Defense
None None - Ability Beast Boost
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Kartana

In Pokémon Sun, the fourth mission involves the player capturing four Kartana, also known as UB-04 Blade. Kartana can be found at Route 17 and Malie Garden.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Kartana Dex No. 798 Route 17/Malie Garden Grass Leaf Blade
Lv.60
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 60. Bug X-Scissor
798Kartana.png Grass Steel - Fighting Detect
Item - Flying Air Slash
None None - Ability Beast Boost
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Guzzlord

The fifth and final mission involves the player capturing a sole Guzzlord, also known as UB-05 Gluttony. Guzzlord can be found inside the basement floor of Resolution Cave.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Guzzlord Dex No. 799 Resolution Cave Normal Thrash
Lv.70
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 70. Poison Gastro Acid
799Guzzlord.png Dark Dragon - Steel Heavy Slam
Item - Normal Wring Out
None None - Ability Beast Boost
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

Necrozma

After completing all five Ultra Beast missions and finishing the storyline at Aether Paradise, the player can find the Legendary Pokémon Necrozma in the tall grass at Ten Carat Hill's Farthest Hollow. If the player flees from or defeats Necrozma, it can still be found again immediately.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball Sprite.png Necrozma Dex No. 800 Ten Carat Hill Rock Stealth Rock
Lv.75
Origin Mark
Type Met at Lv. 75. Steel Iron Defense
800Necrozma.png Psychic Unknown - Normal Wring Out
Item - Psychic Prismatic Laser
None None - Ability Prism Armor
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
Can be obtained in: S M US UM

QR Code Magearna

In Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, the player can scan a QR Code with the QR Scanner to unlock a Magearna gift. After scanning the QR Code and becoming Champion, the player can receive Magearna as a gift Pokémon at Antiquities of the Ages store in the Hau'oli City mall.

The QR Code required depends on the Nintendo 3DS system's software region. Each region's QR Code was revealed in a different way:

#801 Magearna Black clover.png
Cherish Ball summary IV.png Level 50 801Magearna.png
Type:
Steel Fairy
Ability: Soul-Heart
Held item: Bottle Cap Bottle Cap
ID: (Player's)
OT: (Player's)
Met: a lovely place (fateful encounter)
Nature: Random
Ribbon: Wishing Ribbon Wishing Ribbon
Fleur Cannon
Fairy Special
Flash Cannon
Steel Special
Lucky Chant
Normal Status
Helping Hand
Normal Status
Games Method Region Location Duration
SMUSUM QR Code Japanese QR Scanner November 18, 2016 onwards
SMUSUM QR Code Taiwanese QR Scanner November 18, 2016 onwards
SMUSUM QR Code American QR Scanner December 5, 2016 onwards
SMUSUM QR Code PAL QR Scanner December 7, 2016 onwards
SMUSUM QR Code Korean QR Scanner December 14, 2016 onwards
Moves in bold can be taught again at the Move Reminder if forgotten.
This Pokémon is set to the same language as the game that received it.

QR Code

Magearna distribution QR Code JP.png Magearna distribution QR Code TW.png Magearna distribution QR Code NA.png Magearna distribution QR Code PAL.png Magearna distribution QR Code KO.png
Japanese region QR Code Taiwanese region QR Code American region QR Code PAL region QR Code Korean region QR Code

See also


Event distributions
Generation I: JapaneseEuropean language
Generation II: JapaneseEuropean language
Generation III: JapaneseEnglishGermanSpanishFrenchItalian
Generation IV: Japanese (local | Wi-Fi) • English (local | Wi-Fi) • German (local | Wi-Fi)
Spanish (local | Wi-Fi) • French (local | Wi-Fi) • Italian (local | Wi-Fi) • Korean (local | Wi-Fi)
Trading (GTS)
Generation V: Japanese (local | Wi-Fi) • English (local | Wi-Fi) • German (local | Wi-Fi)
Spanish (local | Wi-Fi) • French (local | Wi-Fi) • Italian (local | Wi-Fi) • Korean (local | Wi-Fi)
Global Link promotions
Generation VI: Japanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • American region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
PAL region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • Korean region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
Taiwanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
LocalTrading
Generation VII: 3DS: Japanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • American region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
PAL region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • Korean region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
Taiwanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
Local
Switch: Serial code
Generation VIII: InternetSerial code
Specific events: Gather More Pokémon! Campaign
PCNY (Gen II | Gen III) • Trade and Battle DayJourney Across AmericaParty of the Decade
Special Pokémon from games
In-game: Gen IGen II • Gen III (RSFRLGEOrre) • Gen IV (DP ​• Pt ​• HGSS) • Gen V (BWB2W2)
Gen VI (XYORAS) • Gen VII (SMUSUMPE) • Gen VIII (SwShBDSPLA)
Gift PokémonWild Pokémon (Roaming Pokémon) • In-game trades (Hayley's trades)
Game-based: Gen IGen IIGen IIIGen IVGen VIGen VIIGen VIII
Other: Undistributed
Non-Pokémon event distributions
Gen IIIGen IVGen VGen VIGen VII (Game-based) • Gen VIII
Global Link
Other lists
Notable ID numbers (Gens I-IIIII onward) • Wonder Cards (Gen VGen VIGen VII) • Serial code prefixes