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What Happens After All Quests are Completed in Pokemon Legends Arceus? – Answered

by Meg Bethany Koepp
Arceus in Pokemon Legends Arceus

There are 27 Main Missions and 122 Side Quests in the Hisui region in Pokemon Legends Arceus. But what happens when you complete them all? Find out the answer below.

Do You Get Anything for Beating Every Main Mission in Pokemon Legends Arceus?

Once you’ve beaten the story campaign, there is still a handful of Main Missions to be finished off in the post-game. We won’t spoil them but if you’re looking to add Legendary Pokemon to your Pokedex, you’re in for a treat. That’s all we’ll say.

After all 27 Main Missions are completed and you’ve beaten one of the most epic battles in Pokemon history in the True Ending, you’ll be rewarded with a certain Legendary ‘mon to keep. This is your spoiler warning. Ready? Look away now if you don’t want to know. 3… 2… 1… It’s Arceus. That’s right – the star of the show itself gives you a piece of itself to use in your Hisui region team.

Note that in order to reach the explosive showdown in the first place, you need to have not only caught every single Pokemon in Legends Arceus but also have perfected each one’s Pokedex entry. That means finishing every single Research Task for all ‘mon (excluding Darkrai and Shaymin, and Arceus, obviously). It’s a monumental task, but it does reap an amazing reward.

What Happens After You Complete Every Side Quest in Pokemon Legends Arceus?

As for Side Quests, you’d think you would be rewarded with something for completing all 122 of them, right? Right? Sorry to burst your bubble but nope. You get a big, fat nothing for all of that hard work and dedication.

Now, that’s not to say that finishing them all isn’t worth it. You do get the rewards from the quests themselves, which include some real bangers like Seeds of Mastery, Rare Candy, and new hairstyles, not to mention money. It’s just up to you whether going for 100% completion is worth the lack of satisfaction once they’re all done. We’ll leave that decision with you.

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Meg Bethany Koepp

Meg was a video games journalist in the UK before moving to the US and eventually becoming Managing Editor at Prima Games. When she's not working, you can find her playing her Steam Deck, training Pokémon, or facing off against opponents in Overwatch 2.

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