Playing with Drifloon Pokemon Legends Arceus Prelude Beach

The Playing with Drifloon Pokemon Legends Arceus Driflook request is one of the simpler side quests that you can easily complete if you know where is the Prelude Beach in Pokemon Arceus. All you have to do is listen to what the quest giver tells you. However, if you’re still having trouble figuring it out, well, this guide is the right place for you. We’ll also explain how to start the request, just in case.

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Playing with Drifloon Pokemon Legends Arceus

How to Play with Drifloon in Pokemon Legends Arceus – Where is the Prelude Beach

To find the Drifloon in the Pokemon Legends Arceus, the first thing you need to do is have a little rest. Go back to your quarters in Jubilife Village and go to bed. When given the option, choose to rest until the evening (check out our Change Time of Day guide for more info). Once that’s done, head through the south gates of the village, all the way down to Practice Field (if you have the fast travel point unlocked, feel free to use it). Open the map and look to the west. You’ll see that there’s just one building near the pier, and that’s where Prelude Beach is. When you get close enough to the cabin, a cutscene will play, and this step of the request will be over.

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So, that’s how you find Drifloon in the Pokemon Legends Arceus Playing with Drifloon request. All that’s left to do is report to the quest giver, aka Miki, and wrap the whole thing up. You’ll get a vial of Stardust for your troubles. It’s not much, but then again, it’s not a super-demanding quest anyway. For those of you that want to know how to start the mission in the first place, I’ve got you. All you need to do is go to the blackboard behind Laventon in Galaxy Hall and take the quest from there. Next, exit the building and talk to Miki. She’s one of the guards and you can find her near the Jubilife Village south gate. She will tell you what to do from there.

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  1. R

    Pier is misspelled

    1. J

      It sure is! My bad!

  2. C

    there has to be missing information, 12 different times i went here in the evening as told and there is no cutscene and no drifloon

    1. D

      Yes the info is wrong in the article, there is no cutscene trigger and the boy and Drifloon are behind the cabin

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