Kleavor is the first final boss you will encounter during the main story of Pokémon Legends: Arceus. You will find it during Encomienda 7: La Furia del Señor de los Bosques.
It’s a relatively simple fight but, since it’s the first fight of this style in Pokémon, I wonder if you’ll adapt if you’re not used to this genre. With this in mind, in this guide we will explain how to come to KleavorPokémon Señorial de los Bosques, and thus calm his fury.
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How to get to Kleavor in Pokémon Legends: Arceus
The fight against Chief Kleavor is a good example of a fight against Pokémon Señorial in Pokémon Legends: Arceus.
Fight against final bosses like Kleavor from a scene
Basically, it works like this: Kleavor has a yellow health bar that you’ll tend to rub. From the start it will attempt to attack your character and you can only throw an item called Calmasfera (you have infinite ammo) to “attack”.
The measure Calmasferas throws at Kleavor (avoid getting hit by the road) will lower his yellow bar. When you have lowered this bar enough, the game will show you that you can start battling with one of your Pokémon. At that point, a new health bar will appear, this time green. You will have to turn around in traditional combat to reduce your bar to zero and thus you will remain stuck. The bar will turn yellow again and within seconds you can cast Calmasferas without attacking you, before they start with new attacks.
In summary, the game goes like this: dodge Kleavor’s attacks while casting Calmasferas while you can. Kleavor will stay hooked and you can throw a Pokemon to battle. Defeat in combat and you’ll have the option to throw more Calmasferas until they recover and come back to attack. Repeat the process until smooth. Below we show you specific tips on fighting Kleavor.
How to come to Kleavor
Kleavor has several attacks worth remembering: a speed attack, in which he’s launched at you; a jump attack that knocks rocks off the ground and a spin attack that damages a circular radio around him.
Use the speed attack to cast a certain number of Calmasferas: if the Y impulse attack is avoided, Kleavor can tremble against the limits of the scenario and thus allow a certain number of castings without risk.
Kleavor always “charges” a bit before attacking. Kill while moving, prepare to attack and prepare to escape after from which to move. If you jump too soon, you will receive the blow.
The jump action has something we call “frames”, meaning that during the jump animation your character is unavoidable. While you’re halfway through, you can’t take damage.
You’ll need to start the fight with a Water-type Pokémon like Buizel (or, if you chose, the Water-type starter Oshawott). Agua’s attacks will be superficial. You can also use other Rock-type Pokémon such as Geodude.
If you don’t recommend closing with Calmasferas, remember that if you pulse ZR for a while, you will reload your launcher, and so the ball will go faster and faster. In addition, ZL will allow you to focus on your concentration.
When Kleavor is worn, many Calmasferas run and run at all speeds, without having to hold ZR to make it run faster. Press the ZR button to throw more Calmasferas!
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Here you have more information that can help you face Pokémon Señorial Kleavor in Pokémon Legends: Arceus.
Kleavor will be level 18 when you face him. If you’re at low Kleavor levels (from level 15 onwards) you shouldn’t have too many problems winning, as there’s relatively little combat in the encounter, and shallow attacks will do a lot of damage.
Kleavor is Bicho/Rock type, so you will receive double damage from Water, Rock, and Steel, but only Normal and Veneno type mitad.
These are the four moves you will use: Double Gulf (Normal), Rock Trampa (Rock), Air Gulf (Flying), and Air Tail (Flying).
As with the rest of the Senior Pokémon in Pokémon Legends: Arceus, you won’t be able to capture this Kleavor at the end of the fight. You will be able to get an upgradable Scyther from Kleavor, which spawns in nearby forests.
When you hit Kleavor, you receive a key item: the Bicho Table.
We’ve got more help for your adventure in our Pokémon Legends: Arceus guide and walkthrough. Good luck with the fight!