Trainers can encounter a great variety of Pokémon, from new and returning, regional and Shiny variations, and the new Terastallizied Pokémon. One of the returning Pokémon arriving in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet is the Steel-/Psychic-type Pokémon, Bronzor.
Classified as a common spawn, Bronzor can be easily spotted across Paldea, granted you know how far and wide you'll need to look for it. This guide explains how you can find and evolve Bronzor to Bronzong in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.
How To Find A Bronzor In Pokémon Scarlet & Violet
The Steel-/Psychic-type Pokémon, Bronzor, makes yet another in-game appearance, this time for GameFreak's Pokémon Scarlet & Violet. Trainers looking for this burly-looking Pokémon would want to put enough effort into finding it, as its defensive stats are a worthy inclusion for any Pokémon line-up.
Bronzor can be found primarily in hiding within the ruins of the Paldea region, and if you're acquainted with the map, you'll be able to pinpoint its locations. Using this resourceful fan-made interactive map, Bronzor can be found lurking in the following locations in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet:
Bronzor Spawning Locations In Pokémon Scarlet & Violet:
- South Province (Area Three), east of Mesagoza
- South Province (Area Two), west of Mesagoza
- East Province (Area Two), west of Levincia, nearby the rivers' intersection
- West Province (Area Two), near the top of the Asado Desert, heading out to Porto Marinada
- West Province (Area One), southwest of Cascarrafa
Bronzor is quite a common spawn in Paldea, making it relatively easy for Trainers to find and catch. If your Pokémon is much stronger than a wild Bronzor, you can use the Auto-Battle mechanic to make it easier to battle against, but it will utilize the first Pokémon listed in your line-up.
How To Evolve A Bronzor In Pokémon Scarlet & Violet
While finding Bronzor may be relatively easy for Trainers; however, evolving it requires plenty of patience and effort. To evolve it from Bronzor to Bronzong requires a considerable amount of EXP, for which it will evolve to Bronzong at Level 33.
If you're highly leveled or encounter a high-leveled Bronzor, this should be much of a challenge; but if you encounter a lower-level Bronzor, this may require plenty of grinding. You can gain plenty of EXP from Tera Raid battles which you can find all over Paldea, and you can earn EXP candies when defeating Terastallizied Pokémon.
You can also get EXP candies when completing the Mid-Term and Final examinations at either Naranja or Uva Academy or successfully finishing the Pokédex. Lastly, you can utilize the EXP Share mechanic, which allows you to spread out the EXP earned from battles you've won in Scarlet and Violet.
For this mechanic to be enabled, you'll need to add Bronzor to your line-up beside your starting Pokémon, and the EXP Share will be activated. This mechanic will remain on throughout your time in Paldea, which makes leveling up your Pokémon less stressful for Trainers, meaning you'll be able to level up Bronzor and evolve to Bronzong in no time.
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