The second adventure players will receive from Peony
is Legendary Clue #2, an expedition he personally calls The Terrible Titans... Lurking Locked Away. Unlike Legendary Clue #1, The Sacred Bonds Of Sovereign And Steed
, this adventure doesn't have a real story behind it. Instead, the adventure begins whenever a player goes to one of the four temple ruins found across the Crown Tundra
. Because it can be completed at the will of a player, it's possible for one to complete this adventure before that of The Sacred Bonds Of Sovereign And Steed. The Terrible Titans... Lurking Locked Away revolves around the Regi Legendary Pokemon Group.
The first temple ruins a player will probably come across is the Iron Ruins
, as they are located at the beginning of the Giant's Bed
(which is near Freezington
). When you click on the door to Iron Ruins, you find that it's locked and can only be opened with a ring. One might think to bring a Pokemon like Chimecho or an item like the Soothe Bell with them to open the ruins, but that's not the case. Instead, all one has to do is whistle (done by holding the left joystick to the left) in front of the door to the Iron Ruins. Once inside the temple, players can light the circular tiles by walking over them. Once all have been lit, they can interact with the statue to go into battle against Registeel. Like all the Regi Legendary Pokemon found in the Crown Tundra
, the goal is to capture them.
The second ruins players will probably come across is the one located at the far northern tip of Snowslide Slope
. This temple is also locked, and can only be opened if a a player brings a living snowflake with them. This riddle is a little easier to comprehend, as it's telling players to simply capture Cryogonal and have it be the lead of their party in order to gain access. Do so to gain entry, followed by lighting up the circular tiles once again. When interacting with the statue afterwards, you will go into battle with Regice. Again, the goal is to capture it.
The third ruins one will likely come across is the one at the far end of the Giant's Bed
. This temple, too, is locked, and can only be opened if a never changing item is brought to it. If you're new to the Pokemon Mainstream Gaming Series, this might be a tough one. If you're an experience player, it's pretty clear that the leading member of your party needs to hold the Everstone in order to gain access. Once inside, light the tiles on the ground and interact with the statue to go into battle with Regirock. Again, the goal is to capture it.
The final temple ruins is located in a small area of the Crown Tundra
known as Three-Point Pass
. In order to open it, players will have to have Regice, Registeel, and Regirock in their party, as the door to the temple will describe. Unlike the other ruins, this one is divided into two colors, and when entered, the camera will zoom on the two signs above the temple. This is basically the game telling you that this temple is home to two different Regi Legends
, but that you will only be able to obtain one. The one you find is dictated by the titles you choose to light up. If you light all the tiles on the left side, all the tiles on the right side and the second highest tile in the middle row, you will go into battle against Regieleki
when you click on the statue. If you light the top two tiles on the left side, the top two tiles on the right side and the top tile and two bottom tiles in the middle row, you will go into battle against Regidrago when you click on the statue.
After capturing either Regieleki
or Regidrago, head back to Peony
and give him a status update on all of the Regi Legendary Pokemon you captured. If you've captured a Regi in each of the temple ruins, Peony will say that you have officially finished the second of his adventures.Click Here To Learn All About Peony's 3rd Adventure!