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How many endings does Pokémon Legends: Arceus have? Duration and endgame

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How many endings does Pokémon Legends: Arceus have? Duration and endgame

We tell you how many endings the game has, how many hours it takes to reach them, and what it takes to see the true ending of Pokémon Arceus.

Pokémon Legends Arceus is now available worldwide. The new Game Freak title for Nintendo Switch has established itself from this moment as one of the most abundant games in the content of the entire saga, on a par with titles such as Pokémon Emerald or Platinum. And it has achieved it due to its enormous number of secondary missions (Requests), some of them important to know the lore; as well as the requirements to see the true ending. We tell you how many hours it has taken us to discover each of the endings and how many there are.

Disclaimer: This article includes story reveals for Pokémon Arceus Legends. Spoilers from now on.

Pokémon Legends Arceus: how many endings does it have?

Pokémon Legends Arceus has three endings: the main one (main campaign, to see the credits), the real ending (defeat a certain character and get THAT item), and the secret ending, which gives access to the confrontation against the last Pokémon in the game.

  • First Ending: You manage to defeat all five of Hisui’s Master Pokémon and restore normalcy to the region after facing Dialga and Palkia. (About 20 hours).
  • Second ending (true ending of the story): after completing the key missions of the endgame you will face Volus, who will reveal his true intentions, in an absolutely memorable, difficult fight and with a final surprise that surely nobody saw coming: a second fight against Giratina. This is how you will obtain the Azure Flute, the object that will allow you to summon Arceus and thus capture the last Pokémon in the game, the creator of everything. (About 30 hours).
  • Third ending (after completing the Pokédex): No matter how many times you play the Azure Flute on top of Mount Corona, Arceus will not appear until you have captured all 241 Pokémon in the game. Including Spiritomb, which requires completion of the Scrolls of Light quest (107 scrolls). Complicated combat awaits you, with action mechanics and the subsequent combat —as if it were a Lordship—. If you manage to capture it you will have all 242 Pokémon in the game and you will have finished the game with its authentic ending. (About 60 hours).

What can you do after completing the last ending of Pokémon Arceus Legends?

From here, you can continue completing entries for each of the Pokédex species; get to level 10 in your Investigator Rank; try to capture all the Alpha Pokémon; participate in mass appearances; look for Shiny Pokemon, or just complete all the side quests.

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Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak: Best Early Great Sword Build

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Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak: Best Early Great Sword Build

The Great Swords are the massive blades that deal overwhelming damage to the monsters with their strikes. Great Swords can also be used to guard against some of the opponent’s attacks. The switch skill attack of this weapon allows you to unleash a stream of powerful slashes. Its silkbind attack lets you reinforce both of your arms and weapon to fend off the attacks.

In this guide, we have created the best early Great Sword build to take out the monsters.

Best Early Great Sword Build

In the build we’ll be going through the Great Sword you want to use for this build, Gear that you want to wear, Decorations, and Skills.

Weapon

The Great Sword that you want to use is Kamura Warrior Great Sword. It has a sharpness of Level Blue. It has an attack power of 250 on each hit. The attacks of this weapon will get you through Master Rank 1 & 2.

Gear

The Armor that you want to wear with this weapon is the Hunter X Armor set.

For the Head, wear the Hunter’s Helm X armor. You can create this armor with Prized Pelt x1 and Eltalite Ore x2

For the Torso, wear the Hunter’s Mail X armor. You can create this armor with Velociprey Thickhide x2 and Carbalite Ore x2.

For the Arm, wear the Hunter’s Vambraces X armor. You can create this armor with Jagras Shard x2 and Eltalite Ore x1.

For the Waist, wear the Hunter’s Coil X armor. You can create this armor with Velociprey Shard x2 and Jagras Shard x1.

For the Leg, wear the Hunter’s Greaves X armor. You can create this armor with Prized Pelt x1 and Twisted Stiffbone x2.

Decorations

You need to put the following jewels on the armor pieces.

  • Charger Jewel Level 2 on Hunter’s Helm X.
  • Steadfast Jewel Level 1 on Hunter’s Mail X.
  • Charger Jewel Level 2 on Hunter’s Vambraces X.
  • Steadfast Jewel x2 Level 1 on Hunter’s Coil X.
  • Sheath Jewel Level 2 on Hunter’s Greaves X.

Skills

You need to equip the following skills for this build.

  • Attack Boost Level 5
  • Item Prolonger Level 3
  • Handicraft Level 3
  • Quick Sheath Level 3
  • Stun Resistance Level 3
  • Focus Level 3
  • Ammo up Level 1

After equipping the skills and putting jewels on the armor, Great Sword’s defense will go up to 410 and you can easily tank some of the hits.

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Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak: Best Early Long Sword Build

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Long Swords are the best weapons for preying on and counterattacking your enemies. These weapons are sharp weapons that can unleash a powerful spirit attack on the enemies. The switch skill of this weapon allows you to unleash a follow-up slash and the power of the slash increases according to the level of the spirit gauge. It also has an attack named Harvest Moon that let you cast out an Ironsilk ring and the counterattacks within this ring will deal extra damage to enemies.

In this guide, we have created the best early build of the Long Sword to take out the monsters.

Best Early Long Sword Build

In the build we’ll be going through the Long Sword you want to use for this build, Gear that you want to wear, Decorations, and Skills.

Weapon

The Long Sword that you want to use is Kamura Warrior Rapier. It has a sharpness of Level Blue. It has an attack power of 240 on each hit. The attacks of this weapon will get you through Master Rank 1 & 2.

Gear

The Armor that you want to wear with this weapon is the Hunter X Armor set.

For the Head, wear the Hunter’s Helm X armor. You can create this armor with Prized Pelt x1 and Eltalite Ore x2

For the Torso, wear the Hunter’s Mail X armor. You can create this armor with Velociprey Thickhide x2 and Carbalite Ore x2.

For the Arm, wear the Hunter’s Vambraces X armor. You can create this armor with Jagras Shard x2 and Eltalite Ore x1.

For the Waist, wear the Hunter’s Coil X armor. You can create this armor with Velociprey Shard x2 and Jagras Shard x1.

For the Leg, wear the Hunter’s Greaves X armor. You can create this armor with Prized Pelt x1 and Twisted Stiffbone x2.

Decorations

You need to put the following jewels on the armor pieces.

  • Sheath Jewel Level 2 on Hunter’s Helm X.
  • Grinder Jewel Level 1 on Hunter’s Mail X.
  • Attack Jewel Level 2 on Hunter’s Vambraces X.
  • Grinder Jewel x2 Level 1 on Hunter’s Coil X.
  • Attack Jewel Level 2 on Hunter’s Greaves X.

Skills

You need to equip the following skills for this build.

  • Attack Boost Level 7
  • Item Prolonger Level 3
  • Handicraft Level 3
  • Quick Sheath Level 3
  • Stun Resistance Level 3
  • Speed Sharpening Level 3
  • Ammo up Level 1

After equipping the skills and putting jewels on the armor, Long Sword’s defense will go up to 410 and you can easily tank some of the hits.

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Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak: Best Early Game Sword & Shield Build

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Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak: Best Early Game Sword & Shield Build

Sword and shield are the weapons that allow you to strike and block some attacks of the monsters. Swords are weapons from which you can strike quickly and swiftly. You can come up close to enemies and hit them with the Twin Blade Combo and Destroyer Oil. Destroyer Oil attack lets you use a wirebug to cover the blade with a special ointment and its effects are triggered when ignited with friction with the shield.

In this guide, we have created the best early build of Sword & Shield to take down the monsters.

Best Early Game Sword & Shield Build

In the build we’ll be going through the Sword & Shield you want to use for this build, Gear that you want to wear, Decorations, and Skills.

Weapon

The Sword & Shield that you want to use is Kamura Warrior Sword. It has a sharpness of Level Blue. It has an attack power of 250 on each hit. The attacks of this weapon will get you through Master Rank 1 & 2.

Gear

The Armor that you want to wear with this weapon is the Hunter X Armor set.

For the Head, wear the Hunter’s Helm X armor. You can create this armor with Prized Pelt x1 and Eltalite Ore x2

For the Torso, wear the Hunter’s Mail X armor. You can create this armor with Velociprey Thickhide x2 and Carbalite Ore x2.

For the Arm, wear the Hunter’s Vambraces X armor. You can create this armor with Jagras Shard x2 and Eltalite Ore x1.

For the Waist, wear the Hunter’s Coil X armor. You can create this armor with Velociprey Shard x2 and Jagras Shard x1.

For the Leg, wear the Hunter’s Greaves X armor. You can create this armor with Prized Pelt x1 and Twisted Stiffbone x2.

Decorations

You need to put the following jewels on the armor pieces.

  • Sheath Jewel Level 2 on Hunter’s Helm X.
  • Grinder Jewel Level 1 on Hunter’s Mail X.
  • Attack Jewel Level 2 on Hunter’s Vambraces X.
  • Grinder Jewel x2 Level 1 on Hunter’s Coil X.
  • Attack Jewel Level 2 on Hunter’s Greaves X.

Skills

You need to equip the following skills for this build.

  • Attack Boost Level 7
  • Item Prolonger Level 3
  • Handicraft Level 3
  • Quick Sheath Level 3
  • Stun Resistance Level 3
  • Speed Sharpening Level 3
  • Ammo up Level 1

After equipping the skills and putting jewels on the armor, Sword & Shield’s defense will go up to 410 and you can easily tank some of the hits.

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