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Where To Catch Ralts In Pokemon Legends Arceus

Ralts still continues to be one of the 3rd generations most popular Pokemon. This guide on Where To Catch Ralts In Pokemon Legends Arceus will tell you where to catch this powerful Psychic Fairy Pokemon so you can track one down, catch it, and add it to your roster for future battles in Arceus.

Ralts has always been a highly sought after Pokemon thanks to a strong typing and access to some powerful moves. It evolves into Kirlia at level 20 and can then evolve into multiple forms depending on level, gender, and the use of a Dawn Stone. You can also catch a Kirlia in Arceus but it’s an Alpha Pokemon and they can be difficult to catch at first.

Where To Catch Ralts In Pokemon Legends Arceus

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Before you’re able to catch a Ralts you need to progress through the main story until you unlock the Crimson Mirelands. This is the second region you get to explore in the game. Once you reach the Crimson Mirelands there is a set of ancient ruins located on the Northern edge of the area, called the Shrouded Ruins. When I discovered Ralts it was during the day and the weather was cloudy. It is there during other weather and time conditions but it’s very common at this specific time so if you don’t find one when you first explore the Shrouded Ruins, try again at this time of day and weather.

Ralts is quite a shy Pokemon so it will retreat if it notices you. As such it’s a good idea to walk or crouch when you’re in the area as mounting a Pokemon gives your position away much quicker. Approach quietly and get a surprise hit with a Pokeball and you should be able to catch Ralts no problem.

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