Pokemon Legends: Arceus Ultimate Golem Guide


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Pokemon Legends: Arceus takes place in the early years of the Pokemon universe when humans and Pokémon did not get along. The setting of this game, the Hisui region of the Pokemon universe, will eventually become the Sinnoh region.

Pokemon Legends: Arceus Ultimate Golem Guide

In the Galaxy Expedition Team (also referred to as the Galaxy Team) of the Jubilife Village, the player will be assigned a position in the Survey Corps, which is in charge of researching the Pokemon in the region. To complete Hisui’s first Pokédex, which is used to learn about Pokémon, the player must capture every Pokémon in this region.

In this guide, we will learn everything you need to know about Golem!


Golem, the 48th Pokemon in the Hisuian Pokedex, is a Rock and Ground type Megaton Pokemon that is similar to a boulder and a tortoise with a round body that is covered with a hard shell of green-plated rocks, a brown head with a pair red eyes, a flat snout, and two pointed teeth sticking out of its wide mouth, a pair of short, brown arms with three claws on each hand, and a pair of brown legs with each having four claws in the front and one claw in the back. Golem’s rocklike shell sheds every year, and the discarded shell crumbles and regresses back to soil, which can be used and spread across fields to promote crop growth, according to its Pokedex entry in the game.

Basic Information

Golem is a Rock and Ground type Pokemon which means it has a weakness to Fighting type, Ground-type, Ice-type, Steel type, and especially Grass type and Water-type moves (super effective), resistance to Fire-type, Flying type, Normal type, Rock type, and especially Poison type moves (not very effective), and immunity to Electric-type moves (no effect).

Golem’s base stats are 80 HP, 120 Attack, 130 Defense, 55 Special Attack, 65 Special Defense, and 45 Speed, for a total of 495.

Golem is evolved from a Graveler when it is traded or if a Linking Cord is used, which is evolved from a Geodude when it reaches Level 25.

Golem prefers Crunchy Salts if the player wants to try to lure it with food before catching it. 

When a Golem is beaten or caught, the player will receive a Seed of Mastery and an Exp. Candy L.


Golem can only be found in the following location:

Coronet Highlands: in Bolderoll Ravine.

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The Golem that can be found in the location above is a Level 60 Alpha Pokemon and can be found in these locations at all times of the day and in every weather condition.

Aside from that, the player can find Golem in Massive Mass Outbreaks in the Obsidian Fieldlands, in the Cobalt Coastlands, and in the Coronet Highlands.

Research Tasks

The following are the Research Tasks in Golem’s Pokedex entry:

MultiplierResearch TaskObjectives
x2Number caught1/2/4/6/10
Number of alpha specimens caught1/2/3
Number defeated1/2/4/6/10
Number you’ve defeated with Steel type moves1/2/3
Times you’ve seen it use Stealth Rock1/3/6/12/25
x2Times you’ve seen it use Double-Edge1/3/8/20/40
x2Times you’ve seen it use a strong style move1/2/4/10/15

The player must fulfill an objective for a particular Research Task to increase a Golem’s Research Level by one, with the exception of objectives having a multiplier of x2, which increases two Research Levels for each one completed. The player needs to advance to Research Level 10 in order to finish Golem’s Pokedex entry.

To quickly complete Golem’s Pokedex entry, the player must catch one Golem, which ticks the first objective of the “number caught” Research Entry (and the “number of alpha specimens caught” Research Task if the Golem caught is an Alpha Pokemon) to add two Research Levels thanks to its x2 multiplier, and use it in battle then use Double-Edge in strong style three times, which ticks the first and second objectives of the “times you have seen it use Double-Edge” and the “times you have seen it use a strong style move” Research Tasks to add 8 Research Levels thanks to their x2 multiplier, to reach Research Level 10.


Golem can learn new moves by leveling up or visiting the Training Grounds.

Leveling Up 

Golem will learn and master these moves by leveling up:

MoveTypeLearn LevelMaster LevelPowerAccuracyPP
RolloutRock type19409020
TackleNormal type5144010030
Mud-SlapGround type9183010020
Iron DefenseSteel type1525020
Rock SlideRock type2131759010
BulldozeGround type26356010020
Stealth RockRock type29404010020
Double-EdgeNormal type37481001005
Self-DestructNormal type47591501005
Stone EdgeRock type5771100805

Training Grounds

Golem may learn the following moves at the Training Grounds, located northwest of Jubilife Village:

RestNormal type010
Rock SmashFighting type4010020
Stealth RockRock type4010020
BulldozeGround type6010020
Fire PunchFire type7510010
Thunder PunchElectric type7510010
Rock SlideRock type759010
Iron HeadSteel type8010010
Earth PowerGround type8010010
FlamethrowerFire type8010010
Stone EdgeRock type100805
Giga ImpactNormal type120905
Hyper BeamNormal type120905

Now that the player has a Golem and is familiar with it, the player can attempt to use it to perform requests, missions, or Arceus’ assignment for the player—to catch ’em all!

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