How to catch Fezandipiti in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet
Fezandipiti was one of the big new creatures introduced in the first DLC for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, and we’ll tell you where to find it with its location as well as how to catch it.
Fezandipiti is a a brand-new trio of Legendary Pokemon introduced in Scarlet and Violet’s The Teal Mask DLC. It definitely looks like a Flying-type, but it’s actually a Poison/Fairy-type Pokemon with a high speed stat and decent defenses. It’s also one of the toughest Pokemon to catch. Today, we’re going to go over tips and tricks for locating and capturing this member of the Loyal Three.
To get you started on how to catch Fezandipiti in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, as you make your way through The Teal Mask’s main story, you’ll eventually do battle with each of the Loyal Three as Titan Pokemon. You can’t catch them in this encounter, though. Instead, you’ll have to beat the rest of the campaign and come back afterward. Fezandipiti is hiding in a cave accessed via the Chilling Waterhead – probably the trickiest location of any of the Loyal Three.
- Fezandipiti appears at Level 70. Its only attacking move is Beat Up, which is pitifully weak. That being said, it strikes multiple times. This means the Pokemon’s Toxic Chain ability is likely to activate, so bring a Pokemon with Poison Heal. Both Gliscor and Breloom have this ability, though Breloom can put its opponent to sleep with Spore. Do keep in mind that only Shroomish can learn this move, so halt its evolution until it does.
Fezandipiti, along with the other two members of the Loyal Three, are incredibly difficult to catch. In fact, they have the lowest catch rate in the game. If you’ve received this Pokemon via trade, a Repeat Ball has the highest likelihood of success. Otherwise, it’s an Ultra Ball during the day or a Dusk Ball at night. If you’re looking for a Poké Ball that matches Fezandipiti’s color scheme, a Repeat Ball or Heal Ball works just fine.
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- Voltorb location guide
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