- It's mostly "go to just about every location". A "dumb" list wouldn't be a lot of use IMO. On the other hand, I guess if someone went to the trouble to create a list where each location says (in separate columns) how many cells there are at any time, only in the day, or only in the night, that could be a bit useful to people looking. Tiddlywinks (talk) 01:30, 9 January 2017 (UTC)
Trivia: Core Locations
Here's a potential trivia section to add to the page:
"Four of the five cores that can be found in Sun and Moon are found in the homes of each island's Kahuna, while the fifth is found in the player's home. While never explicitly stated, given Zygarde's lore as a protector of the ecosystem and the cores' role as the brains of Zygarde, it is possible Zygarde may have been seeking out a powerful trainer to help it."
I'm not sure if this page would be the more appropriate place to put this, or if it would be a better fit for the main Zygarde page. I think this page is a better fit, since it's specific to Sun and Moon, but I'll leave that to someone else to ultimately decide. Also, that last bit, about seeking a trainer, is speculation, so I'm not sure if it's appropriate or not. However, it does explain why Zygarde being found in those five locations is interesting; the sentient parts have specifically gone to the locations of four of Alola's most powerful trainers, plus the future champion. It also seems congruous with the little backstory that is present on Zygarde within the game: that it has migrated to Alola from Kalos for unknown reasons, but it may be trying to prevent a disaster. (I'm working from memory here, however, so I could be remembering the gist of what Sina and Dexio said wrong.) I did try to phrase it so as to not misconstrue it as a fact, but feel free to reword or remove it. Either way, that the cores are found in such important—although not obviously so—locations seems to warrant mention as Trivia. Zanmorn (talk) 14:45, 14 July 2017 (UTC)