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Research Tasks: How To Raise Research Level And Points
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Research Tasks: How To Raise Research Level And Points

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How To Raise Research Level guide in Pokemon Legends: Arceus. Learn about what is research level & tasks, how to complete the pokedex, research points, how to increase rank & tips!

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Tips For Finishing Research Tasks

Recommended To Catch Or Defeat Pokemon

The fastest way to progress with the research tasks is to catch or defeat Pokemon. Catching Pokemon can efficiently raise the research level of almost all Pokemon, so we recommend bringing out your Pokeballs first to try your luck at catching them before attempting to defeat them in battle.

Number Of Times You Saw A Particular Move

It is very easy to accomplish "Move Tasks" as it automatically progress whenever the enemy use particular moves. When you have an Agile/Strong Style Move task and a normal task, you can make them progress at the same time by using the style of that move.

Complete Tasks With Red ▲ Mark Firsts

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Among the Pokedex research tasks, the tasks marked with red arrows gives more points to your research level when they are completed. Try to complete those first if you want to increase your research level faster.

Recommended Pokemon & Pokedex Task

Recommended Pokedex Task To Increase Research Level

  • Number of defeats
  • Number caught
  • Number of times you saw a particular move
  • Number of faints with a specific type

In addition to defeating and catching, we also recommend defeating using a specific type and the number of times you saw a specific move for they are easy to accomplish.

Recommended Pokemon For Raising Research Level

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Coronet Highlands

PokemonLocation & Tasks
Gible Gible Wayward Cave
Clamberclaw Cliffs
・Number of catches (x2)
・Number of seeing Gible (x2)
・Number you've defeated with Ice-type moves
Rhyhorn Rhyhorn Celestica Trail
Sacred Plaza
・Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of catches heavy size
・ Number of stealth locks seen
・ Number of defeats
Rhydon Rhydon Celestica Trail
Sacred Plaza
・Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of defeated by water type move
・ Number of defeated
HeracrossHeracrossWayward Wood
Sacred Plaza
・Number of catches (x2)
・Number of catches of large size(x2)
・ Number of seeing and defeating feats of strength
BronzorBronzor Ancient Quarry
Clamberclaw Cliffs
Stonetooth Rows
Celestica Ruins
Sacred Plaza
・Number of catches (x2)
・Number of catches of large size(x2)
・ Number of sight
BronzongBronzong Ancient Quarry
Clamberclaw Cliffs
Stonetooth Rows
Celestica Ruins
Sacred Plaza
・Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of catches of Boss(x2)
・ Number of defeats
Jade sneaselHisuian SneaselWayward Cave
Stonetooth Rows
・Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of catches of light size
・ Number of see
MagikarpMagikarpFabled Spring
Celestica Trail
・Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of splashes seen (x2)
・ Number of catches of large size
・ Number of defeats
RoseliaRoseliaFabled Spring
・Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of defeats with Psychic type move (x2)
・ Number of catches during the day
・ Number of defeats
NosepassNosepassFabled Spring
・Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of defeated by grass type move
・ Number of catches heavy size
・ Numbe
Jade VoltorbHisuian VoltorbSacred Plaza
・Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of defeated by grass type move
・ Number of catches heavy size
・ Numbe
MisdreavusMisdreavusStonetooth Rows
Sacred Plaza
Celestica Ruins
・Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of catches without being found (x2)・ Number of catches at night
・ Number of slaps seen

Cobalt Coastlands

PokemonLocation & Tasks
SphealSphealGinko's Landing
・Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of rolling seen・ Number of catches at night
・ Number of defeated
SkorupiSkorupiGinko's Landing
Castaway Shore
・Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of defeated by fire-type move・ Number of seeing and defeating it
GlameowGlameowStonetooth Rows
Veilstone Cape
・Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of catches without being found (x2)・ Number of catches without being found
・ Number of seeing and defeating it
MachopMachopCastaway Shore
・ Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of seeing feats of strength(x2)
・ Number of seeing Rock Smash
・ Number of defeated by flying move
GorkyGorkyCastaway Shore
・ Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of seeing feats of strength(x2)
・ Number of defeats with Psychic-type moves
・ Number of defeats
ChatotChatotDeadwood Haunt (daytime)
・ Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of seeing air cutters (x2)
・ Number of seeing Hayawaza
・ Number of catches during the day
DuskullDuskullDeadwood Haunt (night)
・ Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of catches at night
・ Number of defeats
・ Number of slaps seen
AipomAipomAipom Mountain
・ Number of catches (x2)
・Number of double attacks seen (x2)
・ Number of defeats
・ Number of defeats with fighting-type moves

Crimson Mirelands

PokemonLocation & Tasks
GeodudeGeodudeBolderoll Slope
Gapejaw Bog
Scarlet Bog
Ursa's Ring
・Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of rolls seen
・ Numbe
CombeeCombeeAipom Hill
・Number of catche (x2)
・ Number of colds seen
・ Number of defeats
・ Number of defeats with rock-type moves
ParasParasGolden Lowlands
Diamond Heath
Cloudpool Ridge
Cottonsedge Prairie
・ Number of numbness seen(x2)
・ Number of numbness seen(x2)
・ Number of suitoru seen
・ Number of defeated
CarnivineCarnivineGolden Lowlands
Gapejaw Bog
Cloudpool Ridge
Holm of Trials
・ Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of defeated by flying type moves (x2)
・ Number of acid bombs seen
・ Number of defeats
CroagunkCroagunk Gapejaw Bog
Scarlet Bog
Holm of Trials
・ Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of defeated by Psychic-type moves (x2)
・ Number of seen and defeated thieves
HippopotasHippopotas Gapejaw Bog
Scarlet Bog
Holm of Trials
・ Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of catches without being found
・ Number of defeated by grass-type move
・ Number of defeats
StunkyStunky Gapejaw Bog
Scarlet Bog
Holm of Trials
・ Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of times of seeing poisonous gas (x2)
・ Number of defeated by ground-type move
・ Number of defeats
GastlyGastly Golden Lowlands
Gapejaw Bog
Scarlet Bog
Shrouded Ruins
・ Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of defeats with dark-type moves(x2)
・ Number of catches at night
・ Number of defeats
PetililPetilil Golden Lowlands
Gapejaw Bog
Scarlet Bog
Shrouded Ruins
・ Number of catches (x2)
・ Number of small sizes caught (x2)
・ Number of sighted of poisonous moves
・ Number caught without being found

Obsidian Fieldlands

PokemonLocation & Tasks
BidoofBidoofAspiration Hill
Horseshoe Plains
Tidewater Dam
・ Number of captured (x2)
・ Number of evolved (x2)
・ Number of deafeated
StarlyStarlyAspiration Hill
Horseshoe Plains
Windswept Run
Tidewater Dam
・ Number of captured (x2)
・ Number of evolved (x2)
・ Number of deafeats
・ Number of catches without being found
ShinxShinxAspiration Hill
Horseshoe Plains
Windswept Run
Tidewater Dam
・ Number of captured (x2)
・ Number of evolved (x2)
・ Number of seen electric-type move (x2)
・ Number of defeats
WurmpleWurmpleHorseshoe Plains
Floaro Gardens
The Heartwood
・ Number of captured(x2)
・ Number of evolved (x2)
・ Number of catches without being found
・ Number of defeats
PonytaPonytaHorseshoe Plains
・ Number of captured Pokemon(x2)
・ Number of catches heavy size (x2)
・ Number of chicks seen
・ Number of defeats
EeveeEeveeHorseshoe Plains
・ Number caught(x2)
・ Number evolved (x2)
・ Number caught without being found
・ Number seen
BeautiflyBeautiflyFloaro Gardens
The Heartwood
Grueling Grove
・ Number caught(x2)
・ Number of seeing Hayawaza (x2)
・ Numbe
DustoxDustoxFloaro Gardens
The Heartwood
・ Number caught(x2)
・ Number of seeing Hayawaza (x2)
・ Number of seeing monsters (x2)
・ Number of defeated
ScytherScytherGrandtree Arena
・ Number caught(x2)
・ Number of seeing Hayawaza (x2)
・ Number of scissor crosses (x2)
・ Number of seeing air slashes

Precautions When Filling In The Research Tasks

Some Pre-Evolution Tasks Are Not Filled After Evolution

When Pokemon is evolved, the post-evolved Pokemon Pokedex will be applied, and tasks before evolution will not be be accomplished using that evolved Pokemon. If you haven't captured a lot of pre-evolved Pokemon, it is recommended to fill in the tasks of the pre-evolved Pokemon before evolving.

The Capture Task Is Filled Even With Trading

If you Trade Pokemon with another person, Pokemon received will be registered as captured. If you have an exchange partner, you can fill in the tasks of Pokemon that are difficult to catch just by trading multiple times.

Evolution Also Fills the Capture Task

Even if you evolve a Pokemon, the task of capturing the evolved Pokemon will be filled as if it was captured. If it is difficult to capture Pokemon after evolution, it is also an effective means to prepare before evolution and evolve them all together to fill the task .

Benefits Of Raising Research Level

More Information Will Be Added To The Pokedex

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As you increase your research level, additional information about that Pokemon will be added. You will be able to see more useful information such as their height, weight, favorite food and held items.

More Areas Will Be Unlocked

▲ As you complete the Pokedex, your member rank will also increase.

By raising the research level of many Pokémon, the completion of the Pokedex will increase. The number of areas you can investigate increases with your member rank which means you will need to fill up the Pokedex to progress the game.

Star Rank List And Rewards: Survey Corps Rank

How To Raise Research Level

Register Pokemon in the Pokedex
Complete research tasks for each Pokemon
Report to Professor Laventon

Newly Encountered Pokemon Will Be Registered In The Pokedex

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When you encounter undiscovered Pokemon, it will be registered in your Pokedex. Take note that registration only fills in the Pokedex number, name, and typing.

You Can Also Register Pokemon By Inspecting Them With ZL Button

Even without battling or catching Pokemon, you can still register them to the Pokedex by examining them using the ZL Button. This method is recommended for stronger enemies like Alpha Pokemon.

Alpha Pokemon List: How To Catch And Locations

Complete Research Tasks For Each Pokemon

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Examples Of Research Tasks
・Catch a number of Pokemon
・Defeat a number of Pokemon
・Defeat a Pokemon with a specific move
・Evolve a number of Pokemon
・Catch a Pokemon without being discovered
・Number of times you've seen a Pokemon do a specific move

▲ Not all research tasks are listed. There will be other kinds of research tasks depending on the Pokemon.

If you complete several research tasks for each Pokemon, your research level will increase up to 10! There are a variety of Research Tasks for each Pokemon so be sure to complete most of them.

Report To Professor Laventon

Report your findings to Professor Laventon as you progress with your Pokedex. Once you report to him, more information will be added to the Pokedex. Take note that research level will not increase just by completing a task.

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