An SOS Battle (Japanese: 乱入バトル Intruder Battle) is a type of Pokémon battle in the Generation VII games, introduced in Pokémon Sun and Moon. An SOS Battle is a battle in which a wild Pokémon calls for help from allies, turning a normal one-on-one wild battle into a two-on-one battle.
Some Pokemon can only be caught as Ally Pokemon through SOS Battles, while others can appear as both Ally Pokemon and through standard evolution means. …
Activating SOS Battles
First, get the opposing Pokémon down to low Hit Points. The lower the Hit Points, the more likely they are to call for help. The brand new item, Adrenaline Orb, when used in battle will also make a Pokémon more likely to call for help. This only works once per battle.
Activating S.O.S. Battles
Battles more likely. The first is to simply keep the Pokémon at a low amount of health. A move such as a False Swipe will work for this. Here, the Pokémon has a higher chance of calling for help.
Lower the caller’s health as much as possible to increase the chance of calling. Use an Adrenaline Orb to increase the chance of calling even further, or send out a Pokémon with the Ability Intimidate, Pressure, or Unnerve. During turns when no ally is called, use another Adrenaline Orb.
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As usual for SOS chains, if you’re looking for a Ditto with a particular nature, lead with a Pokemon that has that nature. It doesn’t matter what else it has. Switch to something that has Recycle and no other moves (by going to the Move Deleter in Hau’oli City). Let Ditto transform into that.
Castform can be found in several tall grasses scattered in various islands. Despite having multiple locations in Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, its encounter rate is moderately small. Search patiently in order to find it.
2 Answers. You can only encounter Castform via S.O.S. Chaining, while a weather condition is active. Some of the places where weather is (usually) constant are Malie Garden, Haina Desert, & Mount Lanakila.
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No. Only killing the original species if they call another species will break the chain.
What WILL break a chain: Knocking out all pokemon on the field, thus ending the battle. Knocking out the original caller, ONLY IF there are no other evolutionary relatives on its side. For example, KO’ing a Pichu, if the enemy side consists of a Pichu and a Happiny.
With Smeargle in front, find the Pokémon you want to SOS for. Once you’ve found it, use False Swipe. The next turn use an Adrenaline Orb. Keep on KO’ing the Pokémon on the left until you feel the original Pokémon is running out of PP.
To get a Pokémon with perfect IVs, the SOS chains to go for are as follows. It needs to be noted that after the 255th Pokémon, the chain will reset back to zero. … If you’re looking for a Pokémon with its Hidden Ability, here’s the percentage alongside the chain.
Ditto should call for help. When it does, knock out the incoming Ditto. Keep track of how many you KO. On turns where there is no Ditto present you may attack Ditto with False Swipe, switch Pokemon or use consumable items to pass the turn.
Step 1: Give a Leppa Berry to the Pokémon that knows Switcheroo. Step 2: Put your chainer or other strong Pokémon at the front of your party, and go to the route below the Observatory where Ditto appears. Step 3: Save the game, and start looking for Ditto.
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