Where To Find (& Catch) Cherubi In Pokémon Legends: Arceus

One of the hardest and least straightforward Pokémon to catch in Pokémon Legends: Arceus is the Grass-type Cherubi. If you are doing a Request requiring you to catch a Cherubi, you might find it difficult to catch if you venture out into the open-world. To catch Cherubi, you will need to shake certain trees at specific locations in order to catch it. It is also worth noting that Cherubi’s RNG is quite rare, which can make it a bit frustrating after a while.

Since this Cherry Pokémon in Pokémon Legends: Arceus is quite rare to catch, you will need to head to specific locations on Hisui so that you have a good chance of catching it. Trainers who are struggling to catch Cherubi in their first few attempts may want to stick to one or two regions instead of visiting all possible spawn locations.

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All Cherubi Locations In Legends: Arceus

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Since Legends: Arceus has a massive open world, Trainers are recommended to limit their search for Cherubi within the Obsidian Fieldlands in Pokémon Legends: Arceus. You will be able to Cherubi in two trees in this location, which increases your odds of finding one in less time. However, if you are not in the Obsidian Fieldlands, you can search for Cherubi in alternate locations that are closer to you:

Where to find Cherubi

Specific Location on Map

The Obsidian Fieldlands

Shaking trees at the southernmost tip of the riverbank, at the bottom of the map.

The Crimson Mirelands

Shaking trees near the Solaceon Ruins and south of Gapejaw Bog.

The Coronet Highlands

Shaking trees in Bolderoll Ravine, the Primeval Grotto, and the Lonely Spring.

Best Cherubi Location in Legends: Arceus

Cherubi trees in Pokémon Legends Arceus next to their location on the game's map

For ease of access, Trainers are advised to unlock and use the Heights Camp instead of the Fieldlands Camp when trying to find Cherubi in Arceus, as the former is much closer to the target location. Additionally, using the Braviary Mount to fly across the map will significantly reduce the time to travel between the camp and riverbank.

To unlock Hisuian Braviary, Trainers will need to do the main story mission, “The Slumbering Lord of the Tundra,” during which they will receive the Ride Pokémon after defeating Sabi. See how to complete that quest in the video from Gamerpillar here:

Finding Legends: Arecus’ Cherubi Trees

A player catching Cherrim In Pokémon Legends: Arceus in front of a blue tree

To catch a Cherubi, it is important to identify the correct tree before throwing a Poké Ball on a random tree. From the camp in Obsidian Fieldlands, move towards the two trees that are blue in color. These trees should be near the Moss Rock in Pokémon Legends: Arceus. Once you have located the two trees, throw a Poké Ball on the tree which is shaking.

Either Cherubi or a different Pokémon will pop out. In the event of a different Pokémon spawning, head back to Jubilife Village to reset the area and essentially the RNG as well. Repeat the above process until you catch Cherubi and add the cute Pokémon to your Pokédex. To see what a shaking Cherubi tree looks like in Pokémon Legends: Arceus for yourself, check out this YouTube video from Tennek127 Gaming:

  • Pokemon Legends Arceus Key Art

    Pokémon Legends: Arceus


    Nintendo Switch


    Game Freak

    Nintendo, The Pokemon Company

    RPG, Adventure, Open-World, Action


    Pokemon Legends: Arceus is set in the distant past as part of the Diamond and Pearl continuity; players are sent back in time after hearing from the creator of Pokemon, Arceus. Now in the Hsui region, known as Sinnoh in the future, the player meets with Professor Laventon, who assists them in getting settled in at Jubilife Village as they try to acclimate to their strange new life in the age of Pokemon centuries past. Arceus marks a significant departure in the Pokemon franchise, as players will engage more in battle with their Pokemon – trainers can even be attacked by wild Pokemon. Instead of instanced battles, players fight directly on the field, encountering them in the big open world, sharing many exploration similarities to games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

    How Long To Beat:
    25 Hours

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