Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Lush Jungle Trial Guide
Once you’ve completed the dancing trial, you can make your way to Lush Jungle, the next trial in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. This trial is guided by Mallow and involves gathering three scattered ingredients. Use our Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Lush Jungle trial guide to make gathering a breeze!
Lush Jungle is located just off of Route 8. In this area you will face Grass type Pokemon, so make sure your team has counters such as Fire. There is a nearby Pokemon Center you can tag before heading in to complete the last trial on Akala.
Lush Jungle Trial
The Lush Jungle trial involves collecting three scattered ingredients. These three ingredients are: Mago Berry, Honey, and Big Root. Each ingredient can be found in their own area. Once you collect an ingredient, return to Mallow to move on to the next area. Picking ingredients will result in Pokemon coming to attack you in the summoning/mixing portion of the trial. Completing the mixing section till summon Totem Lurantis.
Totem Lurantis is a Grass type Pokemon you need to defeat to complete the Lush Jungle trial. The best approach to this fight is to bring some type of Fire/Flying/Poison/Bug/Ice Pokemon with you as these are what Lurantis is weak to. If you bring a Fire type along, equip the Firium Z stone for extra oomf. Like previous battles, be sure to utilize the Z stone ability and focus on knocking out any summoned ally Pokemon.
After defeating Totem Lurantis, you will watch a cutscene featuring the leaders of the previous trails. Here they will basically tell you how strong you are as a trainer. This will conclude all of the Akala trials, meaning we can challenge the Kahuna. You also receive a Grassium Zl from Mallow (not bad).
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I just waited till it ran out of pp on it’s healing moves.
you mentioned fire twice.
Thanks. I’ll update this!
So according to the PokeDex, you can find a Larvesta in Lush Jungle. Is this true, and is it in a certain area?
lurantis is a pure grass type, not a bug fairy type.
Thanks! I’ve updated the guide.