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Where To Catch Cherrim In Pokemon Legends Arceus

Request #17 To Bloom Or Not To Bloom requires you to finish a Pokedex entry for Cherrim. This guide on Where To Find Cherrim In Pokemon Legends Arceus will tell you where you can catch a Cherubi which is not quite a Cherrim, but it will evolve into a Cherrim allowing you to complete this Request.

This is one of the more difficult Requests in the game because both Cherrim and Cherubi are very rare. If you wan to complete the Pokedex entry you will either need to catch and defeat a lot of them, or level up Cherrim.

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Where To Catch Cherrim In Pokemon Legends Arceus

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The best place I’ve found to farm either Cherrim or Cherubi is the Coronet Highlands. There is a camp, the Mountain Camp, which is located just South of Lonely Spring. There are approximately 5 or 6 berry trees in the Lonely Spring and it’s one of the locations that Cherubi and Cherrim can appear. However, it’s not a fast process, especially if you want to complete the Pokedex entry so you can finish Request #17 To Bloom Or Not To Bloom.

Go to the camp, sleep until midday, then fly over and check all of the trees. Repeat. You want to make sure you catch them during the day because then you are doing both the number caught and number caught during the day challenge, along with defeating challenge, all on the Pokedex. If you just want one to catch, don’t worry about anything else, but you will need to raise it to around level 60 so it can learn Petal Dance.

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