April 14, 2024


We continue with the guide to the Lordly Pokémon from Legends of Arceus and today we are going with the second of them, which is precisely Lilligant from Hisui Lordship , an encounter that is frankly very simple, but in the end, we will guide all of them yes or yes.

This one will start to dance and we will have to dodge some of his attacks between when he gets tired, but let’s not advance things, let’s go with the guide, which gives me that today is going to be a little short because this boss is not enough for much.


We will face Lilligant Señorial in the Crimson Pantanal area, specifically in the ” Stage Arena “, which we will find in the northern part of the Pantanal, a little to the West, but in the “central” area (since the area is divided vertically by 2 rivers, then the central one).

Anyway, they will take us there through Mission 8 “Sera’s Tribulations”.


Lilligant will attack us from time to time and we’ll have to dodge her attacks, something that isn’t too complicated but we’ll still explain the best way to do it:

  • Dance and Jump : It will perform a jump towards your position and cause damage on impact. You have to do a dash just when it’s going to fall to the ground. Keep in mind that when he does it many times he tends to continue attacking.
  • Bailotero and Area : Attack that he performs when your health is already somewhat low (I think around 50% of health) in which he will launch a kind of hoop that will expand. It’s also easily dodged by dashing, make sure you’re not too close to her when she does so and dash towards Lilligant for the easiest way to avoid the hit. As with the previous attack, he can do it several times in a row and even alternate between the two attacks.

Between attacks he will start to sing, a good time to lynch Calmasferas to lower his “yellow health”. After «x» attacks she will get tired of so much singing and dancing and will be stunned for a while; moment in which you must take out your Pokémon to weaken it and thus have a few wonderful seconds in which you can throw many calm spheres at it, lowering its yellow bar even faster.


Hisui’s Lilligant is a Grass and Fighting type, which gives it the following weaknesses and resistances.

  • It is very weak to Flying .
  • It is weak to Fire, Ice, Poison, Fairy and Psychic.
  • It is resistant to Grass, Dark, Electric, Earth, Water and Rock.

As you can see, the key will be to have flying Pokémon or, failing that, Pokémon with Flying-Type movements; although those of Fire, Ice Poison, Fairy and Psychic will also come in handy.

  • Rowlet/Dartrix/Decidueye : They have good Flying-Type attacks, the only thing is that Hisui’s Decidueye loses Flying-Type and gets Fighting-Type instead, but we’ll still have the flying moves and it’s a pretty hard-hitting Pokémon.
  • Starly/Staravia/Staraptor : Another Pokémon that will come in handy for being Flying-type and that is very easy to have.
  • Cyndaquil/Quilava/Typhlosion : If you chose Cyndaquil at the beginning, it will be great here for its powerful fire attacks.
  • Ponyta/Rapidash : Same, good Fire Pokémon. If you have the Prairie Obsidian Alpha Rapidash, even better.

Other Pokémon could be Kadabra or Alakazam, Stunky or Skuntank, Haunter or Gengar… among many possibilities. If you set it up right you’ll nerf him on 1HKO, which is no longer like when we went against Lordly Kleavor , now you’ll have better gear.

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