Catching Solgaleo, Lunala and Necrozma
Solgaleo, Lunala and Necrozma are the signature legendary’s for Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon respectively. The perils surrounding Alola can be traced to the mysteries of Necrozma and it’s relatioship between Lunala and Solgaleo. It goes without saying that the legendary trio are very powerful Pokemon and it would be foolish for any trainer to let slip the opportunity to catch them. If you are having hard time finding them or need a push in the right direction then maybe I can be of assistance. Here is a clear and concise guide on how to catch Solgaleo, Lunala and Necrozma in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.
How to catch Necrozma
You will encounter Necrozma a few times in the main storyline. However in these instances it is not possible to capture Necrozma. You will be given an opportunity to capture Necrozma once you have defeated it has been defeated at Ultra Megalopolis. You can find Necrozma in a crater at Mount Lanakila just before the Pokemon League (very difficult to miss). Interact with Necrozma to get an opportunity to capture it. It is a fairly easy Pokemon to catch with a high capture rate, so it should pose no real challenge.
After capturing Necrozma you will receive Ultranecrozium Z, N-solarizer and N-lunarizer.
How to capture Solgaleo and Lunala
Depending on what version you have purchased you can either capture Solgaleo (Ultra Sun) or Lunala (Ultra Moon). Solgaleo/Lunala become available to capture after defeating Necrozma. Meet up with Gladion and Mount Lunakila where he mention that Lillie is awaiting for you at the Mahalo Trail on Melemele Island. In case you have forgotten it’s on the first island where you first meet Lillie and Nebby. Go to the Mahalo trails to encounter Solgaleo/Lunala. Like Necrozma, the legendary duo should not overly resist capture.
How to Get Dusk Mane Necrozma and Dawn Wing Necrozma
To get the fused version of Necrozma – Dusk Mane Necrozma and Dawn Wing Necrozma – simply use the N-solarizer or the N-lunarizer respectively to fuse with Solgaleo and Lunala.