Here's some tips for the Ultra Wormhole stuff, if you ever go back to it.
1. Turn off the gyro controls, if you haven't already. Go to Heahea City on Akala Island, then go to the building by Professor Burnett's office. Go to Gamefreak's office on the second floor and talk to the Aether Foundation employee in the corner. The gyro controls just make controlling your beast harder.
2. Make the pokemon you're riding Solgaleo. Lunala's wings kind of fool you into thinking when you're going to hit something. The hitbox for your riding Pokemon is actually close to the center. Lunala's wings actually don't allow you to hit anything. You do this by going to the Ultra Megalopolis and talking to Zossie.
3. Go for the orange orbs, avoid the blue orbs. You probably already know that, but it bears repeating.
4. Try and go for two-ring wormholes, at least. You'll have to travel pretty far into it to see one, but after a little practice you should get okay at it. That will at least give you okay odds of finding a legendary.
5. When in doubt, keep your hands off the controls. This one is kind of counter intuitive. But, if you're going around curves, or getting close to running out of speed, you're actually better off just not touching the directional pad and just letting your pokemon snap back to the center. The wormholes tend to pull you in, but if you're not touching any direction, you're less likely to get pulled in just by their "gravity". This way, you won't get pulled into any wormholes you don't see coming around bends and might manage to get just a *little* bit further.
6. Keep a chart or something. Certain legendaries only appear in certain color wormholes and it can get pretty easy to lose track of what color wormholes you've already gotten all the legendaries from. You will get a message after you get all the legendaries in a certain color wormhole, though.
7. I hope you've been playing with your Rotom the entire game. Those Roto Catch tickets are actually really handy to use on the Legendaries. You can't use them before battles, though. So, Quick Ball>Sleep/Widdling Down Health>Rotom Catch should be your go to strategy for most legendaries, before you start throwing pokeballs.
This is one of the most time consuming and annoying legendary hunts in Pokemon history, and a lot of it is just up to chance. I don't blame you if you get bored of it.
Edited by ZakuConvoy, 22 January 2021 - 07:26 PM.