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Megalo Tower (Japanese: メガロタワー Megalo Tower) is a large tower in Ultra Space. Located in the center of Ultra Megalopolis, it is where the player confronts Ultra Necrozma during the climax of Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.
After defeating Necrozma, Phyco and SolieraUS/Dulse and ZossieUM will arrive with a Poipole in tow, telling them that it is interested in joining them. The player can accept or refuse; in the latter case, they can always return to Ultra Megalopolis to pick it up again.
As Megalo Tower is part of Ultra Space, if any Pikachu, Cubone, or Exeggcute is evolved here, it will instead evolve into Raichu, Marowak, or Exeggutor's original Kantonian form instead of their Alolan form.
It only appears in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.
Megalo Tower is a tower in Ultra Megalopolis which emits blinding light. It has an elevator that leads to the top floor, and a staircase leading to a platform at the top. It is here where the player witnesses Necrozma transforming into its Ultra form before battling it.
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In the manga
Megalo Tower first appeared in Arrival at the Scientific Megalopolis. It serves as the headquarters for the Ultra Recon Squad while also providing artificial light for Ultra Megalopolis. After a Stakataka appeared at Ultra Megalopolis, looking to fight with Necrozma, Zossie took Sun and Moon to Megalo Tower to hide, as they had no way of fighting it. Stakataka grabbed Sun, forcing Moon and Lunala to fight it to rescue him. While they battled, Soliera appeared, revealing that she deliberately lured Stakataka to them so she could see how the bonds between a Trainer and their Pokémon could lead to a way of restoring light to Ultra Megalopolis. After Sun had succeeded in subduing Stakataka, Necrozma emerged from the tower, having reacted to Lunala's presence.
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