Pokemon Legends: Arceus — Request 51 Guide (Coming Up Roses) – GameRant


Request 51 in Pokemon Legends: Arceus is a simple sidequest with a worthwhile reward, so here’s how to complete it.
After some progress has been made in Pokemon Legends: Arceus' main story, it's important to return to Jubilife Village and check to see if there are new Requests. Like most games, completing sidequests isn't required, but they offer different rewards that can aid players during the main story. Furthermore, those going for 100% completion will want to find and complete every sidequest Pokemon Legends: Arceus has to offer.
Request 51 won't appear until players are able to surf across the water with Basculegion. More specifically, players will need to have unlocked the Cobalt Coastlands, and helped Palina and Iscan. In any case, once Basculegion can be called with the Celestica Flute, go to the Obsidian Fieldlands and check to see if there's a Request Icon on Ramanas Island.
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If Request 51 is available for grabs, players will see a Diamond Clan member named Hiemo, who's gathering flowers on Ramanas Island. Speak to him, and he'll want a "Pokemon with a scythe on each arm," aka Scyther, the Bug/Flying-type Pokemon, and the pre-evolved form of Kleavor and Scizor.
However, even if players have a Scyther in the Pastures, they won't be able to give Hiemo the Scyther unless it's in the Party. So, warp to one of the Obsidian Fieldlands camps, add Scyther to the Party, and return to Ramanas Island.
For those that do not have Scyther, the Mantis Pokemon can be found in a clearing to the right of Grandtree Arena. If players want an Alpha Scyther, go to the far south of Grandtree Arena instead. It doesn't matter what type of Scyther players add to their Party –they just need one to show Hiemo.
Speak to Hiemo with Scyther on the team. He'll want to keep Scyther to help him gather flowers, but then he'll realize there's been a misunderstanding and "return" it to its trainer. As such, it doesn't matter if players "give" him an Alpha Scyther (or even a Shiny) since he won't take it anyway. This completes Request 51, and he gives a Seed of Mastery as a reward.
Pokemon Legends: Arceus adds a different mechanic to combat. Pokemon can now "master" moves, which allows them to use Strong Style or Agile Style attacks. Using either Strong/Agile move will use 2PP instead of 1PP.
When a Pokemon first learns a move by leveling up or tutoring, the move won't normally be "Mastered," meaning they can't use Strong/Agile Style. To master a move, players can either level up their Pokemon until they master said move, or use a Seed of Mastery.
Seeds of Mastery are new items that will instantly "master" a Pokemon's move. These can't be used alone, so players will have to speak to Zisu at the Training Grounds and select "I want to master a move." As long as a Seed of Mastery is in the storage, she'll train a Pokemon of the player's choice. Players can get more Seeds of Mastery by defeating/catching Alpha Pokemon, or by completing specific Requests.
Pokemon Legends: Arceus is available now on Nintendo Switch.
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Renri is a writer who has a bias for Action-Adventure games and stories.


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