It’s the eye of the tiger, but not as we know it; get ready to discover how to evolve Growlithe into Hisuian Arcanine in Pokemon Legends: Arceus.
Now set in the Hisui Region before the creation of Sinnoh, Pokemon: Legends Arceus is home to many famous faces that we all remember from the good-old Gameboy days.
Not only that, but it also has some Hisui variants of well-known Pokemon to spice things up a bit, and one of those is the normally short-locked Growlithe.
Now looking more like Derek from Disenchantment, Growlithe now lives… well, I’ll tell you where he hangs out shortly!
So, let’s push something useful out of our heads as we learn how to evolve Growlithe into Hisuian Arcanine in Pokemon Legends: Arceus!
Where To Get Growlithe In Pokemon Legends: Arceus?
Growlithe can be caught from the Veilstone Cape in the Cobalt Coastlands. It’s usually in the same place every time, chilling out at the very end of the cliff.
Check out his new hair do; looks like a Tudor Prince!
If you’re not sure about where the Cobalt Coastlands is, then it’s the third area that you visit in the game.
There’s also a way of getting to Growlithe up by the Windbreak stand, even if you don’t have the ability to climb.
Head to the location marked by the X above and look for the Will-O-Wisp up above. Using your mount, scale the cliff diagonally toward the purple dot and then veer left along the top of the ridge.
How To Evolve Growlithe Into Hisuian Arcanine In Pokemon Legends Arceus?
Growlithe evolves into Hisuain Arcanine using a Fire Stone, just like in the good old days.
That’s right; if you’re still rocking a level 55 Growlithe and wondering why it won’t evolve, then you need a little help.
So, how do you get a Fire Stone?
Well, you can always purchase one in Jubilife Village. Or, for players wanting a bit more of a challenge, then Fire Stones sometimes crop up in deposits of Red-Ore or as prizes in side quests.
And that’s time!
Thanks very much for checking out this article on how to evolve Growlithe into Hisuian Arcanine! As long as you’ve got a Fire Stone under your belt, then it should all be pretty much plain sailing form here-on-out!
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