Titan Level: 16
Path to Stony Cliff Titan
The first of the Titans you’re likely to track down is the Stony Cliff Titan, and it can be found by leaving the east gate from Mesagoza, as Arven recommends. This takes you onto South Province (Area Three).
All of the cliffs and rocky landscape may be a bit confusing to navigate, but don’t worry: for the most part, all you’ll need to do is just follow the main road. The road leaving Mesagoza eventually leads to a Pokémon Center, which is your first checkpoint.
However, there’s a pretty strong TM near the entrance, up a spiral mountain: TM093 Flash Cannon, a powerful 80 power Special-based Steel-type move. It’s unlikely your current Pokémon can learn it, but if they can, it will do great against the upcoming Titan. There’s also a useful TM on the cliffside near the Pokémon Center: TM130 Helping Hand. Although this isn’t useful for your single-player adventure, it is a very useful support move for Tera Raid Battles with other players.
Continue along that road all the way and you’ll eventually reach Artazon, which you may want to do before taking on the Titan; otherwise, if you don’t want to go all the way to Artazon just yet, or if you’ve already been there, you’ll probably have the easiest time if you mark the location of the Titan on your map as your destination, and then when the destination marker on your minimap is directly north while traveling the path between the South Province (Area Three) Pokémon Center and Artazon, that’s where you’ll want to go.
You should find the Stony Cliff Titan on the rocks near the cliffside.
vs. Stony Cliff Titan
Approach the rocky cliffside with a crablike Pokémon attached to it and it will jump out and attack you. It’s a very large Klawf, a pure Rock-type Pokémon.
- Vise Grip
- Rock Smash
It has Anger Shell for its Ability, meaning its Attack, Sp. Atk, and Speed will rise by one stage after its HP falls below 50%, but its Defense and Sp. Def will fall by one stage. Despite being a Rock-type, it does not seem to have a Rock-type move in this phase and only uses Block, Vise Grip, or Rock Smash.
After you bring Klawf to roughly 10% of its HP, it will run away, jumping down the nearby cliff. Follow it and you’ll meet up with Arven. The two of you will notice it eat an Herba Mystica, which will restore its health and power it up.
You’ll then get to battle alongside Arven, who uses a Shellder Lv. 16. It will be fully healed and will also have an increase to its stats, making it more of a challenge, but again, it shouldn’t be too tough. Beware, though, as it now has the move Rock Throw in this second phase to hit for harder than before.
- Vise Grip
- Rock Throw
- Rock Smash
- Water Gun
- Ice Shard
- Life Dew
There’s a Jigglypuff earlier on in South Province (Area Three) that has a Water Tera Type and Water Pulse that works well against it, even without training. If it has the Competitive Ability, it will even raise its Sp. Atk if Rock Smash lowers your Defense.
After beating Klawf and going through a cutscene with Arven, you’ll unlock the ability to dash while riding on Koraidon/Miraidon. You can do that by pressing in on the left control stick and you’ll move much faster until you hit something or slow down. This can also be used to tackle trees to sometimes knock some Pokémon from them.
Catch Titan Klawf
After you’ve defeated Klawf, the Stony Cliff Titan, you can find it shrunken-down in a more normal-sized form (though still a very large specimen!) around the area you fought it. Unlike other Klawf in the area, this Klawf will be stationary and you’ll have to press A to talk to it and start a battle against it.
This Klawf has almost-perfect stats (30 IVs in each stat) and is has a special Mark that, if selected, grants it the title “Klawf the Former Titan” when sent out in battle.
Where to Go Next
If you’re following the Path of Legends storyline, your next Titan to take down is the Open Sky Titan to the to the west, so you’ll need to return to Mesagoza and head out the western gate if you haven’t done so already. You’ll want to swing by Cortondo along the way, too. If you’re following the recommended path, your next stop should be the Artazon Gym, which is just a bit further to the east of where you fought Klawf and should be very easy to get to.