Request 17 in Pokemon Legends: Arceus requires players to find a Cherrim and fully complete its Pokedex entry –here’s where to catch one.

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In Pokemon Legends: Arceus, players will have almost 100 Requests to complete. These are optional side quests that typically involve finding and catching a Pokemon for one of Jubilife’s NPCs (but there are also quests given by players outside the village). One of the early Requests that players will get is called To Bloom or Not to Bloom (#17) and is given by Kichi of the Agriculture Corps. He wants players to complete the Pokedex entry for Cherrim, a Grass-type Pokemon that is very hard to find in Pokemon Legends: Arceus.


Where to Find Cherrim in Pokemon Legends: Arceus

There are several key locations in Pokemon Legends: Arceus where players can potentially find Cherrim:

  • Obsidian Fieldlands: Heartwood
  • Crimson Mirelands: Gapejaw Bog
  • Coronet Highlands: Lonely Spring, Fabled Spring, Primeval Grotto

What makes Cherrim such a hard Pokemon to find in Pokemon Legends: Arceus is that it can only be found in trees that are shaking. Players will not encounter Cherrim by simply walking around.

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Players still in the early Missions of Pokemon Legends: Arceus will only have access to The Heartwood area in Obsidian Fieldlands, near the Grandtree Arena, where players fought against Kleavor to calm it down. Cherrim can be found all over the Heartwood, so players should explore any of the areas circled in red in the image down below. If players go too far south, they’ll end up in the Grandtree Arena area, so make sure to stay in the vicinity of The Heartwood.

While exploring The Heartwood for Cherrim, their best bet is to get on their Ride Pokemon and run around until they see a shaking tree. Players can throw a Pokemon at the tree, and a wild Pokemon will fall out of it. Again, Cherrim is especially hard to encounter, so expect for there to be a lot of Combee’s dropping out of trees most of the time. Combee is a Pokemon inspired by a real-life bee, and it can evolve to Vespiquen at level 21 (but only…


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