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Where To Find The Pokemon Near The Ship In Pokemon Legends Arceus

This guide on Where To Find The Pokemon Near The Ship In Pokemon Legends Arceus will tell you everything you need to know to complete the Request #44 – The Pokemon In The Nighttime Photo mission where you are given a photo showing a Pokemon near a shipwreck at night on a beach.

Long time fans of the Pokemon series will likely instantly recognize the Pokemon, it’s a Duskull. If you want to catch a Duskull to complete this Request, you will need to be in a certain place at a certain time. You can actually get this Request a little sooner than when you can complete it, depending on your progress through the main story. So if you cannot complete it immediately, don’t worry, save it for later. You need to progress through the story until you have access to the Cobalt Coastlands map.

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Where To Find The Pokemon Near The Ship In Pokemon Legends Arceus

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Head to this area in the Cobalt Coastlands map and make sure it’s at night. If you are just reaching this area, on the way you will encounter a Request, Request #46 – Setting Up The Coastlands Camp. Completing this Request will make this process a lot easier as it puts a camp right next to the Deadwood Haunt.

Rest at the camp until Night and then search the area near the ships. It’s not a guaranteed spawn but if you don’t see one after a while, simply rest at the camp again until Nightfall and you will eventually run into one, they are not very rare.

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