How to Get Ability Capsule Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

If you don’t know how to get an Ability Capsule in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, then this guide is the tight place for you. This item is can be very useful, but you won’t have access to it from the jump. You will have to work pretty hard before the game grants access to the item. So, let’s find out where to find Ability Capsules in Scarlet and Violet.

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How to Get Ability Capsule Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Where to Find Ability Capsule in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

To find and get an Ability Capsule in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, you can visit any Chancey Supply store. You can find these shops in every major city in the game, including Mesagoza, Montenevera, Cascarrafa and Levincia. The catch is that you need to obtain all eight badges and complete the whole story before they start keeping Ability Capsules in stock. In other words, you can’t really change your Pokemon abilities at will until you’ve already put in a lot of effort. However, once you get to the late game, Ability Capsules really start getting handy. Perhaps you have a Pokemon that’s really strong and the only thing that’s hampering it is that its ability is kinda meh. That’s what this item is for.

And there you have it, that’s how to get and where to find an Ability Capsule in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. The cost a hundred thousand… um… Poke Dollars a pop. So, they’re far from cheap, but considering what they do, it makes sense. Like we’ve said above, using an Ability Capsule on a Pokemon changes its ability from the one it already has to another its species can have. That can be very helpful, but it can also make the Pokemon worse. So, I highly recommend you save the game every time before using the Ability Capsule. That way, you can always wind the clock back in case you don’t like the new ability.

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