No matter how good of a trainer you think you are, sometimes Pokémon take too much damage. Knowing how to heal your team is vital, but even that’s sometimes not enough. Even the best Trainers have KOs sometimes. You need to revive a monster that has Fainted, before they can battle again. This si where healing comes in, and you need to know how to revive Pokémon in Pokémon Legends: Arceus. And when hunting Alpha and Noble Pokémon, it gets quite dangerous.
There have been many new additions and brought forward mechanics this time around. Fast travel is back and easier than ever before. Players have a simplified system around Shiny hunting, as well as held items in the new RPG. That’s not all that’s been changed either. There’s an option to change a Pokémon’s name in Pokémon Legends: Arceus now as well. One thing that has been changed is that the evolution system is now manual, giving Trainers more granular control over their teams.
How to revive Pokémon in Pokémon Legends: Arceus
To revive your Pokémon in Pokémon Legends: Arceus, you can rest at your base camp or use revival items. All your Pokémon will be healed and revived when you rest at the base camp. Reviving items, such as Revives, can only be used on a single Pokémon but can be used in the wild.
The best option is to find tents. If you are nearby a tent, or can easily fast travel to one from the map, simply walk up to it and press the “A” button to rest. You can choose the “Just a little while” option to restore your downed pals. Then there’s the revive option. Revive also restores half the Pokemon’s max HP. You can usually pick up a Revive from any general goods vendor or Galaxy Member hanging around for about 700 money. They’re pretty easy to come by.
A common source of healing and reviving items is Merit Points. Revives can be found in lost satchels as well, so the hunting for Merit Points has a double use. Just get out there and explore. You might also want to look into expanding your Satchel storage capacity while you’re at it. This is helpful for getting healing items like Potions, which use crafting items galore.
These items can be crafted as well, so they’re not too hard to come by. It’s a good idea to make use of camps while you have them to heal and revive your team. When you head to the tent, you have a few options to rest. This is effectively a time-skip and can be useful when trying to find Pokémon that only spawn at certain times. Don’t worry about how long you rest, any amount of time passed in camps heals the same amount. But if you’re outside of camps, you have to rely on crafted items.