How to Get Ralts Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Want to know where to find Ralts in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet? Whenever there’s a new Pokemon game, cute little Ralts is always one of the most sought-after Pokemon among experienced trainers. That’s not only because they have excellent stats and moves, but also because they are so cute! In our guide, we explain how to get Ralts in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. Including Ralt’s habitat and location in the world of Paldea.

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How to Get Ralts Pokemon Scarlet and Violet
Where to Catch Ralts in Pokemon Scarlet

Where to Find Ralts in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

So, where to capture Ralts in PSV? This dual-type Psychic/Fairy Pokemon was first introduced in Generation III, and since then it has been one of the fans’ favourites. And here, Ralts is one of the rarest pokemon in the region of Paldea. In fact, there are only two map zones which are inhabited by this pokemon. And given the fact that Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is an open-world game, it can be extremely hard to find and catch it. We’ve started with the known fact that it likes to inhabit urban areas. However, it does not usually show itself to humans. Nevertheless, we’ve managed to spot it!

Ralts can be found in the south-central region of Paldea. It is so rare that it only inhabits two squares of the map. We’ve found one near the Poke Mart in that region. He’s roaming around at the foot of the cliff there. Right between a small nearby pond and the cliff. Check out our images below so that you know exactly where to find Ralts in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

As you can see, this narrow area is the only place to find this elusive Pokemon. Los Platos settlement is nearby, and as we’ve mentioned, Ralts likes being near urban areas! With that said, that’s all you need to know about where to catch Ralts in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

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