Pokemon Scarlet and Violet’s Brute Bonnet is a newly introduced Pokémon in Generation 9. Despite not being officially confirmed, the Paradox Pokémon seems to be an ancient relative to Amoongus. It is, however, a particularly noteworthy creature due to its visual attributes, which make it look like “a cross between a dinosaur and a mushroom,” according to its Pokédex entry in Violet.
The Grass- and Dark-type Pokémon is a considerably strong and resilient option for players looking to face high-level Tera Raids or take a shot at the Nintendo Switch’s games’ competitive playfield. Brute Bonnet is one of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s strongest Grass-type after all. Nevertheless, players must actually catch Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s Brute Bonnet before adding it to the team.
Brute Bonnet’s Location In Pokémon Scarlet & Violet
Pokémon Trainers who want to catch Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s Brute Bonnet must have unlocked Area Zero, exclusively in Pokémon Scarlet. This is the game’s final location, so it requires players to have gone through most of the storyline. Although Area Zero has multiple different biomes, luckily, the target Pokémon is present in all the different zones, from the outer grassy areas to the cavern. Capturing Brute Bonnet is recommended for players in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s postgame because general access to the location is easier and straightforward after the campaign has been concluded in its entirety.
In Area Zero, players who want to catch Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s Brute Bonnet should freely explore the location, sticking mainly to the grassy areas not far from the entrance. The desired Pokémon is common and should be found without major issues. If it has not been spawning, starting a picnic outside Area Zero before dropping in the Great Crater of Paldea is the ideal solution. Players should use one of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s sandwich recipes to boost Grass-type Encounter Power. This should do the trick, and Brute Bonnet will likely spawn more frequently after they drop back into Area Zero.
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s Brute Bonnet is a Grass- and Dark-type, which means it is weak against, Fire-type, Ice-type, Fighting-type, Flying-type, Fairy-type, Poison-type, and Bug-type moves. Players can either take advantage of this to lower its HP significantly but be wary of not knocking it out. The strategy is the same with most Pokémon: players should reduce its HP, try to inflict a status effect on it, and then capture it. Another quick solution is using Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s Master Ball, which shouldn’t be necessary since Brute Bonnet is significantly easy to catch.
This is, as mentioned before, only possible to do in Pokémon Scarlet, as it is a version-exclusive Pokémon. Acquiring Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s Brute Bonnet in the Pokémon Violet version is only possible through trading and, eventually, through the addition of the Pokémon Home feature. Brute Bonnet is a good choice for players who want a bulky Grass-type in their teams and an absolute necessity for anyone who wants to complete their Pokédex in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.
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- Game Freak
- RPG, Adventure, Action
- Nintendo Switch
- Nintendo, The Pokemon Company
- Pokemon returns in its next installment series: Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. Now set in a fictional locale based around Mediterranean Spain, players will traverse the land of Paldea as they continue catching the series’ classic and new Pokemon. New to this entry are unique Pokemon that can transform into vehicles, allowing players to traverse the world through new means- which helps with Scarlet and Violet’s new open-world approach. Players can tackle gym battles in any order they wish, with foes scaling to their level as they progress. Scarlet and Violet also introduce co-op exploration online and a new battle feature known as Terastallize.
- Online Co-Op, Online Multiplayer
- Pokémon Sword and Shield
- Single Player, Multiplayer