The netizens of the Pokemon world are nature-loving geniuses worthy of our admiration. They harness wind and solar energy to power their daily needs. They live in harmony with a host of cute creatures, and instead of launching drones into the air and exploiting networks of satellite surveillance, they lure rare Pokemon with completely “innocuous” trades. same” as smearing the bark with honey and hoping for the best.
At least, that’s what they do in Sinnoh. This means you will do it too, in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl.
So what’s the problem with all this honey? Why hang around it on Sinnoh’s 21 gold trees? Let me ask you this – do you want to be the best? As if there had never been anyone like it? Then you’ll need to catch every Pokemon you can. And some Pokemon can’t be found for this ski ceremony, so buckle up, grab a jar and we’ll tell you where to go.
Where to find honey?
Of course, you can’t spread honey all over the plant if you lack the target. You will automatically receive your first jar from a NPC in Floroma Town after you’ve dealt with a pair of Team Galactic goons it’s not too hard.
From this point on, you can buy more Honey from him once or in batches of dozens. We recommend putting some cash in a few dozen jars. It’s worth the small investment.
If you have a Combee in your party, theirs Collected honey the ability can save you some coins with a random chance of finding one after each battle. It’s a great secondary method, but we don’t recommend continuous grinding in the hope of avoiding paying a dime; Time is money, as they say, and you have to grind for hours.
How to use honey
Once you’ve got yourself a good inventory, you’ll want to fly around Sinnoh, looking for 21 gold trees. This is not as difficult as it sounds.
Open your map and press the “+” button. In addition to a few other things, the screen will show you the location of each honey tree you have encountered. The “L” and “R” taps will cycle between the honeyed (golden shade) and the unhoneyed (shaded) plants. Amazingly, your map will even let you know if you’ve successfully lured a Pokemon by adding some stylish sparkle to the golden ball spots.
Every time you slit a tree, it is a six hours of waiting before the Pokemon has a chance to appear. That’s six hours in the real world, so why should you do as much as you can in one run, then fly back to wherever something awaits you. You should also know that trees lose bile after 24 hours in real world, so try not to let it go.
Of course, all of this is based on your having access to Fly HM as well as previous encounters with at least some of these plants. If you’ve just exited Floaroma, you’ll run into a few golden trees nearby, and you’ll have a chance to encounter a few more before you can even fly.
Many players choose to skip the honey tree altogether until the flight makes re-visiting previous locations less complicated, but there’s nothing stopping you from chopping down a few trees, moving forward with the adventure. their own and return accordingly. Or, what if you’re about to be away from your Switch for at least six hours and you happen to have saved your game near a tree? Why not, right? The choice is yours.
What Pokemon appear in the honey tree?
We’ve compiled a list of Pokemon whose love of honey overshadows their need for freedom.
|Silcoon (Brilliant Diamond)||Bugs|
|Cascoon (Shining Pearl)||Bugs|
|Combee||Bug / Flying|
|Heracross||Bug / Fighting|
As you can see, some of these are nothing worth writing home about. Finding a Wurmple in a honey tree is not the same as finding a bulb in a lamp.
But there are some good ones here. Combee, Burmy and Heracross cannot be found anywhere else in the game. Munchlax maybe found elsewhere, but only in Pokemon Hideaways with Defog HM at your side.
Combee evolves into powerful Vespiquen (although only when female!)and Burmy can become Mothim or Wormadam. Heracross has been largely flat, but has long been heralded as one of the best Bug-type Pokemon in the series. And having an early-game Munchlax means an introduction to Snorlax soon. Snorlax makes a good wall in case you need time in a tough fight to heal your attackers.
Honey plants may seem complicated, but in the end they’re simply a more quirky and fun game mechanic in the fantastically varied Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl. Professor Rowan and your proud mother may not have mentioned the young trainer’s journey to adulthood will include slathering syrup on tree bark over and over again, but that’s the Pokemon world for Friend.
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