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In ''[[SM089|The Prism Between Light and Darkness!]]'', Nebby remained fused with Necrozma. The Ultra Guardians, with Lunala's help, pursued Necrozma to the home world of [[Ash's Poipole]], and learned that Necrozma was preying on the two [[Legendary Pokémon]] in order to absorb their light and restore itself to its {{DL|List of Pokémon with form differences|Necrozma|Ultra form}}. After being asked by {{DL|Recurring wild Pokémon in the anime|Nagandel}} to save Necrozma, Ash, {{an|Kiawe}}, {{an|Lana}}, and Gladion attempted to use their Z-Moves to supply Necrozma with Ultra Aura and separate it from Nebby. [[SM090|However]], they were only successful in making it more powerful. Communication between the Guardians and their home base was soon reestablished. After Lusamine, Wicke, and Professor Burnet shared what they knew, they arranged for the people and Pokémon attending the [[Manalo Festival]] to follow the lead of the [[guardian deities]] and share a portion of their Ultra Aura with Necrozma. Combined with the Ultra Aura of the Ultra Guardians and their Pokémon, Necrozma received enough light to separate from Nebby. Nebby then joined forces with Ash, Gladion, and Lunala, giving Necrozma one last boost of power with the combined Ultra Aura of their special [[Z-Moves]], {{m|Searing Sunraze Smash}} and {{m|Menacing Moonraze Maelstrom}}. Through these efforts, Necrozma's strength was finally restored. After Ash and Pikachu bade farewell to Poipole, Nebby and Lunala led the Ultra Guardians back to Alola.
===Personality and characteristics===
In the original Japanese version of the anime, Nebby's official nickname is simply '''ほしぐも''' ''Hoshigumo'', as opposed to ''Hoshigumo-chan''. The ''-chan'' {{wp|Japanese honorifics|honorific}} is still used occasionally, with "Little Nebby" being used instead of Hoshigumo-chan in the English [[dub]]. In ''[[SM045|Now You See Them, Now You Don't!]]'', {{TRT}} caught sight of the unidentified Pokémon while Ash was buying donuts from their food truck. [[James]] surmised that the unknown Pokémon was the [[baby Pokémon|pre-evolved]] form of {{p|Koffing}}, and named it '''Protokoffing''' (Japanse '''プチドガース''' ''Puchidogars''). This lead to confusion when the trio saw Cosmoem in ''[[SM052|Revealing the Stuff of Legend!]]'', causing James to assume that there was an intermediary phase it evolves into in Alola, which he dubbed '''Nanokoffing''' (Japanese '''カタドガース''' ''Katadogas''), but this was ultimately debunked when they witnessed "Nanokoffing" evolve into the {{pkmn2|Legendary}} Solgaleo. After its final evolution, Ash and his classmates typically refer to it by its proper name, Solgaleo.
After evolving into {{p|Cosmoem}}, Nebby hardly spoke, moved, or emoted, reflective of its coccoon-like state. However, after evolving into {{p|Solgaleo}}, it appeared to have grown into a more mature version of itself physically and mentally, letting Lillie hug it, happily accepting the Star candy from Ash, and licking him affectionately. As a Solgaleo, Nebby can create Ultra Wormholes at will with the help of a Trainer with a [[Z-Power Ring]], a Solganium Z, and its Z-Move, Searing Sunraze Smash.
===Moves used===
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{{anmov|psychic|Teleport|SM045|Now You See Them, Now You Don't!}}