How to defeat Noble Arcanine in Pokémon Legends: Arceus

The third noble Pokémon that the player will be tasked with taking on is Hisuian Arcanine, the Lord of the Islands.

Like all battles with Noble Pokémon, you won’t get away with simply using your Pokémon to fight, you also need to use some dodging skills and attacks to quell the madness. The madness of Hisuian Arcanine.

The process is simple but can be complicated if you’re not familiar with how Hisuian Arcanine moves work. Here’s all you need to know to get through this battle with ease.

How to defeat the Noble Arcanine in Pokémon Legend: Arceus

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Hisuian Arcanine has many attacks. One is the charge, the other is the jump effect area, the fire circle AoE, and the last one shoots fiery balls.

Each of these moves can be dodged or canceled with relative ease. The first is the fee. When you see Hisuian Arcanine’s eyes twinkling, it means the Pokémon is locked in direction and ready to charge. Simply dodge to the sides once your eyes are already sparkling and you’ll be safe toss the ball.

The second move is a jump that, upon landing, activates a damage zone around the Pokémon. Just dodge out of this circle and you’ll be safe to throw more bales.

During the battle, Hisuian Arcanine will start attacking with orbs. When you see these start to form, just throw the packages at the Pokémon and they will disappear one by one. When all of them are gone, the Hisuian Arcanine will be stunned so you can throw the Pokémon and begin the normal battle phase.

The final attack Hisuian Arcanine uses is a ring of fire that is placed on the ground and stays there for a period of time. Just avoid walking into this fire and you will be safe. How to defeat Noble Arcanine in Pokémon Legends: Arceus


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