Pokemon Sun and Moon Lunala
Lunala is shown off as one of the Legendaries in "Pokemon Sun and Moon." The Pokemon Company

“Pokemon Sun and Moon” players may want to catch more Legendaries once they have completed all the Island Trials and become Alola’s first Pokemon Champion. There are quite a few Legendaries and Ultra Beasts outside of Solgaleo/Lunala to catch and here some of the steps have been explained.

“Pokemon Sun and Moon” players have surely heard of the Tapus while journeying across Alola. If one wants to catch all the four Tapus, the trainer needs to stock up on PokeeBalls as these island deities put up a tough fight before surrendering. The easiest to find and encounter is the Tapu Koko as it is found in the early moments of the game. Tapu Koko’s shrine is on Melemele Island.

The player will be challenged once he has travelled to the destination with Lillie after becoming a Champion. “Pokemon Sun and Moon” players need to get the Machamp PokéRide for capturing Tapu Lele who lurks within the Ruins of Life and guards Akala Island. The trainer needs to go far into the ruins to challenge Tapu Lele. Tapu Bulu will be on the Ula’ula Island and it hides in the Ruins of Abundance.

A “Pokemon Sun and Moon” player will first have to travel through the island’s sweeping desert to gain access to its lair. According to Inverse, one has to go to Haina Desert and travel Up, Right, Up, Right, Left, Down, Up to find this Grass/Fairy-type guardian. Tapu Fini is the last deity that dwells on Poni Island in the Ruins of Hope. It needs to be approached with Machamp PokéRide.

Necrozma in “Pokemon Sun and Moon” puts up a valiant fight. Hence, players need to be prepared before accepting the challenge. The Psychic Pokemon makes it appearance in Level 75. The player needs to return to Ten Carat Hill on Melemele Island and then move on to Farthest Hollow section of the map. A Max Repel is necessary to put away any weaker Pokemon. Necrozma appears in the wild grass and attacks with full might.

Lillie’s Cosmog evolves into Cosmoem at level 43 before transforming into Solgaleo or Lunala at level 53. A “Pokemon Sun and Moon” player has to go through the portal at the Altar of Sunne or Moone. The player has to climb up a platform in Lake of Sunne or Moone. Cosmog appears there.