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How To Wake The Sleeping Pokemon On Route 16 In Pokemon Let’s Go

How To Wake The Sleeping Pokemon On Route 16 In Pokemon Let's Go
Need the Poke Flute to wake the sleeping Pokemon Snorlax on Route 16? This guide will tell you How To Wake The Sleeping Pokemon On Route 16 In Pokemon Let’s Go so you can get Snorlax to move his backside out of the way and preferably, into one of your conveniently thrown Pokeballs.

Veteran players of the Pokemon franchise will be sure to recognize the huge, lumbering Pokemon that blocks the path West of Celadon City on Route 16. The original games featured an identical roadblock and the method for clearing such a roadblock remains much of the same, you need the legendary Poke Flute.

How To Wake The Sleeping Pokemon On Route 16 In Pokemon Let’s Go

The Poke Flute is a special unique item, special because it has a dual purpose. You’ve probably been hit with a few status effects on your adventure. One of these effects is Sleep, a rather troublesome effect that stops your Pokemon acting in battle. Using the Poke Flute will instantly wake up any and all Pokemon on your team.

It’s other use, albeit a single one, is to clear Snorlax from the path on Route 16. In order to get the Poke Flute you need to progress through the main story. Once you’ve beaten Giovanni, obtained the Silph Scope and learned fly, you’ll have to head back to Lavender Town. With the Silph Scope in hand you can now fully explore the haunted Pokemon Tower. Navigate to the very top of the tower and free Mr Fuji from the evil clutches of Team Rocket.

Once freed, join Mr Fuji at his house and he will present you with the Poke Flute. Now, simply head to Route 16 and use it on Snorlax. That’s How To Wake The Sleeping Pokemon On Route 16 In Pokemon Let’s Go.

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