Ting-Lu is one of the four Legendary Pokémon of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. Due to the ruinous nature of their creation, these Legendary Pokémon have been kept sealed behind shrines held by stakes that have been scattered across parts of the Paldea region.
In this guide, we will go through all the locations where these stakes and the shrine sealing Ting-Lu can be found.
Ting-Lu Stakes and Shrine Locations
There are a total of 8 yellow stakes scattered in the northwestern region of Paldea. Every 2 stakes pulled out from the ground will remove one of the 4 chains sealing the yellow shrine. After pulling the final stake, a Pokémon’s cry can be heard from a distance, and your character will face towards the direction of where the cry came from.
Head towards the shrine and touch it to release the sealed Pokémon inside and a battle will then start. The Pokémon can be captured as normal and if they are defeated, they will be sent back into the shrine; you will have to wait for at least an in-game day before you can challenge them again.
Recommendation: It is best to start finding all the stakes and the shrine, as well as encountering Ting-Lu, only after getting all the Herba Mystica from the Path of Legends to make navigation easy and possible, and after defeating the 8 gyms of the Victory Road to raise its catch rate.
Ting-Lu Stake #1
Underneath the cavern in West Province Area Two.
Ting-Lu Stake #2
Outside the cavern, near the river.
Ting-Lu Stake #3
At the southwestern cape of Casseroya Lake.
Ting-Lu Stake #4
At the northwestern cape of Casseroya Lake.
Ting-Lu Stake #5
In a small island near the middle of Casseroya Lake.
Ting-Lu Stake #6
East side of the biggest island in Casseroya Lake.
Ting-Lu Stake #7
Near the waterfalls flowing from Glaseado Mountain that leads to the river in West Province Area Three
Ting-Lu Stake #8
Near the westernmost tip of the icy region.
In the middle of the big landmass near Socarrat Trail.
Ting-Lu Pokédex Entry
Ting-Lu is one of the four Ruinous Pokémon that have been sealed in the four shrines in Paldea. It resembles a moose with a cracked vessel as its horns.