|This article contains major spoilers!|
Demon's Tomb is the final chamber of Aborille Outpost. It is mostly empty except for torches and a sealed archway. "The Evil Djinn" Mythical Pokémon Hoopa, after wrecking havoc around the region in centuries ago, was imprisoned here by the ancient Rorians, evident with the icon of Hoopa Unbound above.
Warning: Save and turn off Autosave before stepping on the staircase! Players are caught in long cutscenes and no longer allowed to save once they ascend the stairs. Purchase plenty of Dusk Balls for catching Hoopa before coming here!
Unsealing Evil Djinn!
The player arrives to see Team Eclipse at the foot of Hoopa's arch, still holding Rival Tess and player's in-game parents captive. Professor Cypress remarks that he had known that player possesses the Bronze Brick ever since their encounter with Eclipse Member Linda at Cheshma Town, and that he has purposely lured the player all the way to Crescent Island, using his or her parents as the bait to force the player to hand over that Bronze Brick necklace.
Upon Cypress' command, Eclipse Admin Tyler powers up the portal structure that they assembled, causing the Bronze Brick necklace to be ripped off from player's neck and fly towards the portal, unlocking the Evil Djinn's tomb. Cypress throws the Prison Bottle handed by Eclipse Admin Harry through the portal, breaking it and summoning Hoopa Unbound!
2nd Boss Battle
After gloating about his success, Cypress challenges the player for a rematch since the last Full Battle in Anthian Park, knowing that he must seek revenge at the previous loss and get rid of the player to truly fulfill his ambitions. He once again sends out a complete squad of different final form Starter Pokémon with devastating attacks, but this time his last Pokémon is also equipped with the power of Mega Evolution!
When the player defeats Cypress once again, he goes on a mad rant, only to be interrupted by Eclipse Admin Jake, who suddenly lifts Cypress over his head with superhuman strength and throws the Boss in Hoopa's portal! The rest of Eclipse Admins instantly follow suit, then Jake tells everyone else to retreat while he deals with Hoopa's portal. The player's parents reluctantly agree, but Tess refuses to leave.
The portal suddenly doubles its size, signifying Hoopa Unbound to be on a rampage. A crate is pulled towards Tess, but Jake pushes her out of the way and gets knocked off of his feet instead, being absorbed into Hoopa's portal!
With Jake sacrificed, the Prison Bottle destroyed and Hoopa Unbound unleashing its full power out of control, the player, despite having an exhausted party of Pokémon after the boss battle, becomes the last hope of stopping this dangerous Pokémon! As Hoopa is among those Pokémon being the most difficult to catch and Demon's Tomb is a cavern, bringing a huge amount of Dusk Balls is mandatory for at least a shred of hope to stop the Evil Djinn and prevent it from causing widespread and catastrophic destruction to the entirety of Roria again!
After Hoopa is caught, a man approaches the now broken seal. He reveals his name to be Looker of the Interdimensional Police. He tells the player that there are loads of universe, similar to player's own and together they make the multiverse. He reveals that the Absol that the player encountered was part of a larger scheme to address issues such as Cypress' plot. He also confirms that he had recruited Jake to be an informant, to great success. Looker reassures the group that a search team is already dispatched to find Jake, but the group still heads home with heavy hearts......
Note: Watch out for extremely devastating attacks! Players must fight "The Evil Djinn" consecutively after this match!
|Trainer: Eclipse Boss Cypress Reward: $16000|
|Greninja||Lv. 79||Torrent||None||4045||3 Speed|
|Attacks: Water Shuriken, Shadow Sneak, Toxic Spikes, Substitute|
|Decidueye||Lv. 79||Overgrow||None||4045||3 Atk|
|Attacks: Spirit Shackle, Sucker Punch, Steel Wing, Brave Bird|
|Incineroar||Lv. 79||Blaze||None||4045||3 Atk|
|Attacks: Flare Blitz, Darkest Lariat, Cross Chop, Outrage|
|Empoleon||Lv. 79||Torrent||None||4045||3 Sp. Atk|
|Attacks: Waterfall, Aqua Jet, Steel Wing, Shadow Claw|
|Sceptile||Lv. 79||Overgrow||None||4045||3 Speed|
|Attacks: Giga Drain, Aerial Ace, Earthquake, Rock Slide|
Mega Charizard X
|Lv. 80||Tough Claws||4114||3 Sp. Atk|
|Attacks: Flare Blitz, Dragon Claw, Rock Slide, Shadow Claw|
|There was no change to the above matches between any of the updates. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.|
Warning: Players are forced to battle the following extremely dangerous Pokémon without healing their own Pokémon after defeating Eclipse Boss Cypress! Fight the following once-only Pokémon with utmost caution! Make sure to save before fighting Boss Cypress and turn off Autosave.
| Requires defeating Eclipse Boss Cypress|
Consecutive matches — No healing before this fight!
|Lv. 65||One Only||None||3 Sp. Atk|
|If attempts of catching the above Pokémon failed, immediately leave the game and rejoin without saving, in order to secure a second chance.
Click on the Pokémon names to check their learnsets on Bulbapedia. All Pokémon above follow their movesets in Pokémon Sun and Moon. Hover on the item sprites to check the exact chance of being held by the Set Encounter Pokémon.
- The Unown text on the arch reads "Kyrie Eleison", meaning "Lord Have Mercy" in Greek.
- In the Pokémon main series, Looker is a member of the International Police, making his debut in Pokémon Platinum and appearing in almost all core series games since.
- While it seems like Looker's model is based on Game Director Lando64000, it is actually the reverse according to Lando himself, who has his character put on an attire similar to Looker in 2013 when Pokémon X and Y were released.