How to Get Gible Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Not sure where to find Gible in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet? We’ve got you covered! Scarlet and Violet is the very first Pokemon open-world game. This means many exciting new features but also quite a lot of roaming around. It can be hard to try to find exactly what you need. This makes catching pokemon an even more demanding task, as you’ll first need to find them. In this guide, we explain where to catch Gible, and provide his habitat and location in Pokemon Scarlet and Viole.

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How to Get Gible Pokemon Scarlet and Violet
Gible’s Location in Pokemon Scarlet

Where to Find Gible in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

So, how to catch Gible in Pokemon Scarlet? This Generation IV pokemon will be one of many to appear in PS&V. The continent of Paldea is vast and full of secrets to unravel, locations to explore and pokemon to catch. Some are easy to find as they inhabit wider areas of Paldea, while others will be quite a challenge as they only appear in a selected few spots.

And when it comes to this dragon-like Pokemon, you will be able to catch Gible in the western parts of Paldea. In particular, we first found Gible in West Province Area Two. In particular, Gible was roaming stony formation on the border between West Province Area Two and the Asado Desert. The one we saw was level 28 and we managed to capture it without too much trouble.

While not as rare as some other pokemon in Paldea, Gible inhabits only three areas in Paldea. You will be able to catch Gible in the above-mentioned rocky formations between West Province Area Two and the Asado Desert. And when it comes to the other two, check our image below to see where you can find Gible in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. With that said, our “How to Get Gible Pokemon Scarlet and Violet” is completed.

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