Pokemon Sun and Moon: Location pointers to easily get to and find Fossil Pokemons
Pokemon Sun and Moon: Location pointers to easily get to and find Fossil PokemonsFacebook/Pokemon

If you are an avid Pokemon loyalist, then you would not be surprised if we told you that Fossil Pokemons are an USP of the recently-released Pokemon Sun and Moon. These are seemingly a perfect blend of humanity and ancient science. Now, Pokemon Sun and Moon features two major categories of in-game Fossil Pokemons which are the Cover and Skull fossils respectively. A major in-game trick is finding these creatures and using them properly. Check out this information below.

Now, Pokemon Sun and Moon experts have come out with certain solutions which they feel are the most easiest of ways to locate fossil Pokemons and thereby bring these back to life. The below location help you easily locate Skull and Cover Fossil Pokemons in Pokemon Sun and Moon:

  • Firstly, you should be able to locate Fossil Pokemons in the KoniKoni City area. When you reach this place, manually locate Stone Shop and get inside; here you will be able to interact with an old chap who utters "one per person" indicating that you can grab one Fossil Pokemon from among the Skull and Cover Fossil variants.
  • Now, after the above step, obtain the Pokemon for free; if you need the other one you should shell out money. After getting the Pokemon, navigate to route 8 and locate the Pokemon Centre. Then, go the Forest which should be near the Pokemon Centre.
  • Navigate through the Forest until you meet the reviver who can help you with reviving your Fossil Pokemon. Both the Skull as well as Cover Fossil Pokemons, upon revival, should evolve into advanced Pokemons.

Do let us know if the above tips worked out.

[Source: Gamepur].

Important Fossil Pokemons

Any discussion about Fossil Pokemons becomes incomplete without having thrown light on the different types of Fossil Pokemons that developers of the game have come out with. Check some of these out, below:

  • Anorith
  • Armaldo
  • Lileep
  • Kabutops
  • Omastar
  • Chasmosaurines
  • Tyrantrum
  • Aurorus.