Learn Belly Drum on Iron Hands Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

In our Learn Belly Drum on Iron Hands Pokemon Scarlet and Violet guide, we are going to show you how to teach the move to Iron Hands. This is important, because the move is exceptionally powerful in Tera Raids. Therefore, Iron Hands can be a very useful asset in these difficult battles. With all that said, let’s dive in.

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learn belly drum on iron hands pokemon scarlet and violet
Learn Belly Drum on Iron Hands Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

How to Get Belly Drum on Iron Hands in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

In order to teach Belly Drum to Iron Hands in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, you need to level the monster up all the way to 84. That is a long, long way to go. I mean, you can speed it up with various items, but still, it’s going to be a grind. I don’t know whether it’s possible to skip that by taking a Hariyama or Makuhita that already have the move and Iron Hands on a picnic together. That’s how you can get Belly Drum with Azumarill and skip the whole breeding process. It’s worth trying. If it doesn’t work, then strap yourself in for the long haul. I’d recommend letting Iron Hands walk with you and using the Auto Battle to get XP on the fly.

So, yeah, that’s how Iron Hands can learn Belly Drum in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. I’m sure some of you are wondering why this is even something you should bother with. Well, it’s because Belly Drum is a move indispensable in Tera Raids. It increases a Pokemon’s attack stage all the way to the top. It’s so overpowered, that the right combination of other factors can let you solo Tera Raids. For example, you can use Azumarill to positively chew through the 7 Star Charizard Tera Raid. You can learn more about how to prepare in our Best Azumarill Tera Raid Build guide. As for how to fully prepare Iron Hands for Raids, that’s a matter for a different guide.

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