Met with Pokemon in the world of Generation IV, Honey Trees provided attendees with a whole new way to meet Pokemon.
With so many different types of trees in the games, the appeal of honey trees was not initially known.
The determination to find out exactly how the Honey Trees worked was incredibly strong in 2006 when the games were first released. To this day, Google is still searched at a relatively high speed.
In this guide, players will learn exactly what honey trees are and how they can use them.
What are honey trees in Pokemon diamond and pearl?
In the Sinnoh region, the honey tree is a special tree on which trainers can plunder honey and use it to attract wild species. Pokemon. This is in a way a version of the Mura from Generation IV in Pokemon GO.
There are 21 honey trees in the Sinnoh area. Four of these 21 trees have a chance to attract Munchlax. Munchlax has a catch rate of 12.9%, which makes it a very special catch. These four trees are determined by the player’s coach ID and the secret ID at the beginning of the game. This means that the four trees that attract Muhclax will always be the same. The only way players can change them is by resetting the entire game.
There are five extra in Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Pokemon which can be caught by the method of enticing honey wood: Aipom, Heracross, Burmy, Combee and Cherubi.
How to use honey trees
Changing the Nintendo DS’s internal clock will not affect the honey trees (Image via Game Freak)
To use the honey tree, players must crush the honey on the tree and wait at least six hours. After these six hours, the probability of a wild Pokemon appearing is significantly increased.
There are different ways to ingest honey Pokemon Diamond and pearl. Players can use repeatable methods like “Honey Man” on Floaroma Meadow, collecting honey or wild Combee (which holds honey 100% of the time). Players can also use one-off methods such as searching for routes such as 208, 209, 215, 221 and many others.
It should be noted that if the honey is left on the honey tree for twenty-four hours, both the Pokemon and the honey that the trainer pasted on the tree will disappear. Unfortunately, changing the Nintendo DS’s internal clock will not have an impact on honey trees.