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So cute, you could eat 'em up!

Cherubi! The pure-Grass type Pokemon released during Generation 4 in the original Pokemon Diamond and Pearl games turned into an instant favorite due to its evolution, Cherrim.

Cherrim possesses the special Flower Form, which it turns into when there is Harsh Sunlight in battle, possessing a very jolly and cute demeanor.

If you want to learn where you can get a Cherubi of your own in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, then just read on ahead!

How to Get Cherubi in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl

In Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, there are two major methods in which you can find and catch a Cherubi of your own, which we will talk about below.

Grand Underground

To find a Cherubi in the Grand Underground, follow the exact steps below:

  1. Dig into the Grand Underground using the Explorer Kit.
  2. Make your way to the Hideaway in either Grassland Cave or Sunlit Cavern.
  3. Enter the Hideaway.
  4. Exit the Hideaway if you don’t see a Cherubi.
  5. Re-enter to reset the spawns in the Hideaway.
  6. Keep exiting and re-entering until you come across a Cherubi.

Honey Trees

To find a Cherubi using the Honey Trees, you need to make sure you’ve progressed through the game till where you reach Floarama Town, and unlock the Floarama Meadow. Here is where you meet the NPC that will give you a jar of Honey for free, after which you can buy more off of him.

Use this Honey to slather on the various Honey Trees across the region for a 70% chance to encounter Cherubi on some trees, and a 20% chance to encounter it on others.

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