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Pokemon Sun

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Pokemon Sun Walkthrough, Guide and Tips

Key Item Listings

 
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DNA Splicers: A splicer that fuses Kyurem and a certain Pokémon. They are said to have been one in the Beginning. (Aether Paradise)

Exp. Share: Turning on this special device will allow all the Pokémon on your team to receive Exp. Points from battles. (Route 1)

Enigmatic Card: A mysterious card. Written on it is a request for you to go to a guest room in an Akala motel on Route 8. (Route 1)

Festival Ticket: A ticket that allows you to host a mission in Festival Plaza. (Festival Plaza)

Fishing Rod: A Fishing Rod made by Captain Lana. Cast a line over piles of underwater rocks to fish for wild aquatic Pokémon. (Brooklet Hill)

Forage Bag: A bag to carry ingredients gathered during Mallow’s Trial in the jungle. (Lush Jungle)

Gracidea: A flower sometimes bundled in bouquets to convey gratitude on special occasions like birthdays. (Hau'oli City)

Key Stone: A stone filled with an unexplained power. It makes Pokémon that Battle with a Mega Stone Mega Evolve. (Ancient Poni Path)

Make-up Bag: A rather chic-looking case for carrying lipsticks. (Hau'oli City)

Moon Flute: It is said that the tones it produces were offered up as an expression of gratitude to the Legendary Pokémon of the moon. (Exeggutor Island)

Oval Charm: An oval charm said to increase the chance of Pokémon Eggs being found at the Nursery. (Heahea City)

Prison Bottle: A bottle believed to have been used to seal away the power of a certain Pokémon long, long ago. (Aether Paradise)

Professor's Mask: The mask that belongs to The Masked Royal. This pro wrestler apparently sews his mask on a machine himself. (Hokulani Observatory)

Reveal Glass: A looking glass that reveals the truth. It’s a mysterious glass that returns a Pokémon to its original shape. (Heahea City)

Ride Pager: By entering certain numbers on this pager, you can summon Ride Pokémon in an instant. (Iki Town)

Shiny Charm: A shiny charm said to increase the chance of finding a Shiny Pokémon in the wild. (Heahea City)

Sparkling Stone: A stone entrusted by a Pokémon that has been venerated as a guardian deity in The Alola Region. There is said to be some secret in how it sparkles. (Mahalo Trail)

Sun Flute: It is said that the tones it produces were offered up as an expression of gratitude to the Legendary Pokémon of the sun. (Exeggutor Island)

Z-Ring: A mysterious ring that enables Pokémon to use Z-Power. It requires both the willpower and the physical power of the Trainer wearing it. (Iki Town)

Zygarde Cube: An item to store Zygarde Cores and Cells. You can also use it to teach Zygarde Moves. (Heahea City)

 
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  • Pokemon Sun & Moon Special Demo
  • Pokemon
  • Moves & Items
  • Region & Characters
  • New Mechanics
  • New Features
  • Poke Pelago
  • Festival Plaza
  • Melemele Island Walkthrough
  • Akala Island Walkthrough
  • Ula'ula Island Walkthrough
  • Poni Island Walkthrough
  • Mount Lanakila (Pokemon League) Walkthrough
  • Ultra Beasts Storyline (Post Game)
  • Eevee Quest (Post Game)
  • Legendary Pokemon Hunting (Post Game)
  • Pokemon League Rematch (Post Game)
  • The Battle Tree (Post Game)
  • Tips, Hints & Easter Eggs
  • Finale: Where Do We Go Now?
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