Appendix:Sun and Moon walkthrough/Section 27

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Melemele Island

Iki Town

Family, friend, captain, and kahuna alike have traveled to Iki Town to mark the crowning of Alola's first Champion. Hala presents you to the crowd and the celebration gets underway. A while later, Lillie asks if the two of you could sneak away to visit the Ruins of Conflict, now the bridge on Mahalo Trail has been fixed. She believes that, as your island challenge is now complete, Tapu Koko is likely waiting for you.

Ruins of Conflict

The Ruins of Conflict
Location on Melemele Island

The Ruins of Conflict are located to the north of Mahalo Trail. The shrine to Tapu Koko can be found in the inner chamber.


Interior

Inside the ruins, Lillie expresses her thanks to Tapu Koko for helping to save Cosmog so that it could become the Legendary Pokémon. Next, she asks you to show your appreciation as only Alola's Champion could, and heals your team to full health. When you touch the statue, you hear a voice in your head as though it's coming from your Z-Ring, and Melemele's guardian appears!

VS Tapu Koko

Tapu Koko's Electric Surge Ability immediately triggers Electric Terrain conditions for five turns. Agility boosts its already-high Speed; when followed by Electro Ball, the damage dealt can rise to dangerous levels. Nature's Madness, the signature move of the four guardians, cuts the target's health in half. Use Ground- and Poison-type attacks to deal serious damage first, then follow up with Dark-, Fighting-, and Flying-type moves to wear its health down further.

If defeated or run from, Tapu Koko reappears after you defend your title.

785Tapu Koko.png
Types:
Electric Fairy
Ability:
Electric Surge
Held item:
None.png None None.png
Tapu Koko Lv.60
Nature's Madness
Fairy Special
Discharge
Electric Special
Agility
Psychic Status
Electro Ball
Electric Special


Afterward, you and Lillie return to the festival. When the fireworks end, the credits begin to roll.


Akala Island

Ruins of Life

The Ruins of Life
Location on Akala Island

The Ruins of Life are found on the southwest part of Akala Island, to the north of Akala Outskirts.


VS Tapu Lele

Tapu Lele's Psychic Surge Ability immediately triggers Psychic Terrain conditions for five turns. Extrasensory and Moonblast build on its high Special Attack and a same-type attack bonus to boost damage output to dangerous levels. Nature's Madness, the signature move of the four guardians, cuts the target's health in half. Use Ghost-, Steel-, and Poison-type attacks to deal serious damage first, then follow up with Fighting-, and Psychic-type moves to wear its health down further.

If defeated or run from, Tapu Lele reappears after you defend your title.

786Tapu Lele.png
Types:
Psychic Fairy
Ability:
Psychic Surge
Held item:
None.png None None.png
Tapu Lele Lv.60
Nature's Madness
Fairy Special
Extrasensory
Psychic Special
Flatter
Dark Status
Moonblast
Fairy Special


Ula'ula Island

Haina Desert

Haina Desert
The Ruins of Abundance
Location on Ula'ula Island

Haina Desert is located to the north of Route 13 on Ula'ula Island. During daylight hours, the harsh sunlight turns the desert into a broiling labyrinth; at night, a sandstorm rages instead. The shifting sands make it easy to become disoriented, as traveling one way or another does not always lead where one might expect. Visitors must first brave the unforgiving terrain in order to reach the Ruins of Abundance.


Area 1

Go northeast and take the east exit. This leads to a dead-end on the west side of the same area, and a Max Elixir. Backtrack and continue northward.

Area 2

It is not necessary to take the west exit, as it only leads to the east side. Go north to reach the next area.

Area 4 (South)

This part of the desert is a narrow valley with large rocks blocking the way. Speak to the Hiker here at night, and after telling him that your Pokémon's eyes are "looking pretty bleary", he gives you a pair of Safety Goggles. Backtrack to Area 2, then go east.

Area 3

This area leads east, then north, with a Zygarde Cell near the plant growing in the middle. There is a man, apparently suffering from amnesia, standing near this plant. If shown a SolrockS / LunatoneM, he regains his memories and rewards you with a Sun StoneS / Moon StoneM. Turn northward and continue to Area 5.

Area 5

A large ring of rocks covers most of the area. The north exit only leads back to the Hiker from Area 4, and the west exit leads to the east side. Take the east exit instead.

Area 6

This dead-end path holds a pedestal with a Z-Crystal. Collect the Psychium Z and go back through the west exit; this leads to a new area than the previous one.

Area 7

Use Mudsdale Gallop to reach the Comet Shard in the rocky terrain, then take the south exit.

Area 4 (North)

Pick up TM85 (Dream Eater) and return to Area 7. Once there, take the north exit to reach the sacred ruins.

Ruins of Abundance

The Ruins of Abundance are found deep within Haina Desert.


VS Tapu Bulu

Tapu Bulu's Grassy Surge Ability immediately triggers Grassy Terrain conditions for five turns. Megahorn and Skull Bash are powerful moves that build on its already high physical Attack, while the latter also gives it a Defense boost. Nature's Madness, the signature move of the four guardians, cuts the target's health in half. Use Poison-, Fire-, and Ice-type attacks for example to deal serious damage first, then follow up with less effective Dark-, Ground-, and Water-type moves to wear its health down further.

If defeated or run from, Tapu Koko reappears after you defend your title.

787Tapu Bulu.png
Types:
Grass Fairy
Ability:
Grassy Surge
Held item:
None.png None None.png
Tapu Bulu Lv.60
Nature's Madness
Fairy Special
Zen Headbutt
Psychic Physical
Megahorn
Bug Physical
Skull Bash
Normal Physical


Poni Island

Ruins of Hope

The Ruins of Hope
Location on Poni Island

The Ruins of Hope are found on the southeast side of Poni Island, to the east of Poni Breaker Coast.

VS Tapu Fini

Tapu Fini's Misty Surge Ability immediately triggers Misty Terrain conditions for five turns. While the other guardians focus more on speed or offense, Tapu Fini uses its high defenses and its HP-restoring Aqua Ring move to sustain itself. Nature's Madness, the signature move of the four guardians, cuts the target's health in half. Use Grass-, Electric-, and Poison-type attacks to deal serious damage first, then follow up with Dark-, Fire-, and Ice-type moves to wear its health down further.

If defeated or run from, Tapu Koko reappears after you defend your title.

788Tapu Fini.png
Types:
Water Fairy
Ability:
Misty Surge
Held item:
None.png None None.png
Tapu Fini Lv.60
Nature's Madness
Fairy Special
Muddy Water
Water Special
Aqua Ring
Water Status
Hydro Pump
Water Special


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