Where to find Enamorus in Pokémon Legends: Arceus

Pokémon Legends: Arceus bought into the game many famous Pokémon throughout the series, including dragons. Among them are the weather trilogy and a brand new addition called Enamorus.

Enamorus is a pure Fairy-type Pokémon that first appeared in Legend: Arceus. Fighting this legend is only possible in the later stages of the post-game, where it will be found at level 70.

If you’re ready to take on Enamorus, you’ll have to find it first. There is a separate location where it will spawn, however, you need to complete a few preparatory steps first. Here’s everything you need to know.

Where to find Enamorus in Pokémon Legends: Arceus

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To catch the new Legendary Pokémon Enamorus, you need to complete all the main story in Pokémon Legends: Arceus including the side quest to fight Giratina. You’ll then need to report back to Cogita and get Request 94: Force Incarnation of Hisui. Start that quest and capture the original three forces Tornadus, Thundurus and Landorus, and in the end you’ll be ready to find Enamorus.

Enamorus can be located in the Crimson Mirelands area known as the Scarlet Bog. Once there, you’ll see Enamorus flying around, so start throwing Pokeballs at the Pokémon until it stuns and you have a fighting chance. In this battle, you can catch yourself a new Legendary Pokémon.

If you haven’t caught yourself the original three fairy Pokémon yet, you can check out their locations here.

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