How to Evolve Petilil into Hisuian Lilligant in Pokemon Legends: Arceus
By Jack O'Dwyer
We've put together a quick guide on how to evolve Petilil into Hisuian Lilligant in Pokemon Legends: Arceus.
Petilil and Lilligant are among the most floral Pokemon species in the franchise. These grass-types are known for their flowering appearance and strong, sweet scent. It's unknown how or why these two managed to end up in Hisui as they were introduced with Generation V in the Unova region.
Regardless, we've explained how to evolve Petilil into its noble Hisuian form, Lilligant.
How to Evolve Petilil into Hisuian Lilligant
Trainers can evolve their Petilil into a Hisuian Lilligant using a Sun Stone. This item is an orange evolutionary stone carved in the shape of a cartoon Sun. For more information about where to find Sun Stones in Pokemon Legends: Arceus, check out our Evolutionary Item Guide.
As with all regional variant evolutions, Petilil and its evolved form, Lilligant, use the same evolutionary method regardless of region of origin. As such, Unovian Petilil and Hisuian Petilil both use a Sun Stone to evolve into their regionally appropriate variant.
Petilil's leaves are highly valued for their medicinal properties. When dried and made into tea, they are said to have the ability to cure most extreme forms of fatigue. However, the mixture is typically extremely bitter. It is also known as the "Bulb" Pokemon and its Hiusian PokeDex number is #093. This Pokemon is always female.
Hisuian Lilligant is one of the revered, honored, "noble" Pokemon in the Hisui region. These Pokemon are said to have been blessed by the almighty deity, Sinnoh, itself. Also known as the "Spinning" Pokemon, this regional variant adds a fighting-type duality to its usual pure grass-type form. It is said to have developed its agility due to a lifetime spent traversing the snow-capped mountains of Hisui. Its Hisuian PokeDex number is #094.
For all other evolution inquiries, make sure to check out our guide for evolving Pokemon in Pokemon Legends: Arceus.