Pokemon Sun And Moon Guide: Get Team Skull's Passwords And More On Them Here

Pokemon Sun And Moon Guide: Get Team Skull's Passwords And More On Them Here
Can't be bothered on finding the clues in Shady House? We got every answer to every question right here. Plus, a commentary on Team Skull's antics in Alola. Photo : Photo by pokemon/YouTube

You might have already encountered Team Skull by now. As you progress through Pokemon Sun and Moon, you are bound to encounter these guys who will kidnap a Yungoos from a girl at the Aether House. Naturally, you will chase them to recover the poor Pokemon.

You will end up in Po Town where Team Skull has set up their base. A series of battles will begin as you thread your way to reaching the Shady House where you will be met with riddles to solve. This is important as you will not be able to meet the boss Guzma without going through this.

We have compiled a guide on how to get the passwords. Clues are scattered throughout Shady House, so you can easily find it yourself. However, this can prove to be boring. If you want to cut to the chase and confront the Team Skull boss right this moment, then read on to find out all the Team Skull passwords in Pokemon Sun and Moon.

Which move does Master Guzma like best? The answer to this is Beat Up.

Which Pokemon does Master Guzma like best? Golisopod, a Bug/Water type Pokemon with six arms.

Which drink does Master Guzma like best? Tapu Cocoa, of course - the guardian deity of the Melemele Island. Oh wait, that's Tapu Koko.

So you think the passwords are Beat Up, Golisopod, and Tapu Cocoa! Are you sure about that? Even if you are, you are actually not. So, the answer is no.

These passwords might not make you take Pokemon Sun and Moon Team Skull seriously, but... well, you are right about that. They are simply nuisances who are there to make the game more fun. I don't even think they actually know what they want to do other than get the Alolan people to notice them.

The publication iDigitalTimes shares the same sentiment. According to an article, they are more stupid that evil. It seems that they do not actually have a goal in mind and just thrashes around just for the sake of it.

Granted, they steal Pokemon and make money out of it. However, that does not warrant them to be branded as a real gang of sorts. They are just like the bullies in Alola who haven't got anything better to do other than to follow around Aether Corp.

On the other hand, I think they are a great addition to the game. Although the encounters with them are not really pleasing for our characters and the creatures of Alola, I enjoy every bit of interaction with them whether in Pokemon Sun or Pokemon Moon. The boss Guzma is particularly funny instead of being menacing.

Plus, there's the looks. The black outfit with panda hats combo just screams "Give us attention!" and they definitely got it. They look like a bunch of first-graders trying to be cool by stealing candies. Aren't they cute?

If you want to learn more of Team Skull, continue playing Pokemon Sun and Moon. The games are available on 3DS.

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