In Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, Charcadet is the coolest-looking Pokemon in the 9th Gen of Pokemon introduced. Looks aren’t are only strong suit of this Pokemon; it has decent stats as well. Based on these facts, you’ll surely want to hunt it down, but how? This guide will help you with that and explain how to catch Charcadet in Pokemon SV.
Charcadet location in Pokemon SV
In Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, to begin your hunt, start at the Mesagoza East Pokemon Center and navigate down to the southeast of the map.
There, you need to head to the area slightly above the bridge on the map and enter through the Pokemon Center. It will lead you to an open area.
That’s the location you need to get to. Once you got to the spawn location in Pokemon SV, simply continue straight through the open area, and you’ll see a cliff in front of you. Move around the cliff to find Charcadet there.
Apart from that, it also spawns in the East Province (Area One). So, head to either of the aforementioned two areas to get this Pokemon or check out the third area below.
You can also find some in South Province (Area Three). From the Pokemon Center, head up the path behind the trainer, and you can find three of them on top of the hill.
The good thing about the East Province (area one) location in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is that it spawns there both day and night so you can visit the area any time.
These Pokemon may show up on your minimap, but they’ll never be there. There is a glitch you can use to your advantage. Set up a picnic and make a pickle sandwich. Doing this will increase your chances of spawning a Charcadet near you. This simple little trick works best at the locations described above.
Catching a Charcadet
The probability of this Pokemon spawning at night is greater than at the day. Once you catch sight of it, simply throw a Quick Poke Ball at it to catch it for good.
Charcadet is a fire-type Pokemon that can use fire to its advantage to burn down its enemies. It has the wicked ability to cover itself in Fire to keep its enemies away for good.
Best Nature and Tera Types for Charcadet
You should consider Modest Nature as it will be really helpful for when you decide to evolve it. But if you’re a Violet user, then we recommend you consider picking up the Adamant or Jolly Nature as it will pair up really nicely with Ceruledge.
The recommended tera type for this Pokemon is the Fire tera type. As this is a fire-based pokemon, it will double the damage you deal. However, you can go for any of the following to cover the weakness of your Charcadet:
Charcadet Stats in Pokemon SV
Here’s a quick look into the stats:
- HP 40
- Attack 50
- Defense 40
- Special Attack 50
- Special Defense 40
- Speed 35