Where To Find Bronzor Pokemon Violet Scarlet Guide

The pairing of both the Steel and Psychic typing offers a fantastic balance of attack and defense. In the entire Pokedex, there are only seven Pokémon to have this typing, and only two of them are available in the newest Pokémon games. These are Bronzor and its evolution Bronzong. Here’s our guide on where to find Bronzor in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

Note: For more information about the game, check out our Pokemon Scarlet and Violet guides and features hub.

Where to find Bronzor in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

Bronzor can be found across various ruins scattered throughout Paldea. There are seven different ruins that you can find Bronzor at, with most located in the bottom half of the map. Bronzor will only spawn within these ruins, so it is fairly unlikely you will encounter it without going out of your way.

The level of the Bronzor you encounter will vary slightly based on which ruin you choose. On average, you can expect Bronzor to be encountered between levels 15 and 20. To evolve Bronzor into Bronzong in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet you will need to train it to level 33.

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The ruins that Bronzor can be found are marked with white dots. Screenshot by PC Invasion

Once you encounter a Bronzor, it won’t be very difficult to catch. Bronzor has a catch rate of 255, which is the highest possible in Pokémon. That means even if you just throw an ordinary Poké Ball at full health, you will still have a 44% chance of catching it. Due to this, it’s best to throw balls straight away and not bother dealing damage.

Those looking to catch a Bronzor for competitive gameplay in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet will want to make sure Bronzor has the Levitate ability. Of Bronzor’s three abilities, Levitate is the best as it provides immunity to damaging ground-type moves. Without Levitate both Bronzor and Bronzong are weak to common ground type moves like Earthquake.

Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet can be purchased on the Nintendo Store.

Kurt Perry
Kurt is a passionate games critic who has a particular love for JRPGs, racing games, and FPS. Once a faithful console gamer, Kurt now sticks to his trusty PC.

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