How to Get Soothe Bell Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Figuring out how to get a Soothe Bell in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is going to be vital for the evolution of some Pokemon like Sylveon. Well, maybe not vital, but it is going to make the grind much more manageable. Regardless of whether you’re a veteran or a newcomer to the franchise, you’ll want to know where to find the Soothe Bell in Scarlet and Violet. Well, that’s exactly what we’ll be telling you in this guide. Plus, for the newbies, we’ll explain what it does and why it’s important.

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How to Get Soothe Bell Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Where to Find Soothe Bell in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

To find and get a Soothe Bell in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, you need to go into any Delibird Presents shop. These are mostly found in the major cities; the first one you encounter will be in Mesagoza. We are going to show you the location of that particular one in the screenshots below. However, again, they are in most major cities in the game, so finding one shouldn’t be too much of an issue for you. Once you walk into the store, and they ask you what you want, select the “General Goods” option. That’s where you’ll find the Soothe Bell, near the end of the list, just below the Nectars and the Smoke Ball.

And there you go, that’s where you can find and get a Soothe Bell in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. They cost 5000 P a pop, which is honestly not that egregious. Incidentally, you can also find things like Bottle Caps, Thunder Stones, Fire Stones and other useful items under the General Goods tab. Back to the topic at hand. If you don’t know what the Soothe Bell does, the item description will tell you: it makes the Pokemon carrying it more friendly. In practical terms, this means that its Friendship Level will increase faster. Of course, you’ll need to find the NPC that can measure those levels for you. For more info on that, head over to our Check Friendship Level Pokemon Scarlet and Violet guide.

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