Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Lucky Egg Location

Knowing where to find the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Lucky Egg location will help make the grind of the game much faster and therefore more bearable. If you’re a series veteran, you’ll know why it’s important. If you’re new to Pokemon, though, don’t worry. We’ll explain what the Egg is for after we show you how to get the Lucky Egg in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. Let’s begin.

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pokemon scarlet and violet lucky egg location
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Lucky Egg Location

Where to Find Lucky Egg in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

To find and get the Lucky Egg in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, you pretty much just have to play through the game. Eventually, your quests will lead you to Montenevera Gym on Victory Road. That’s in the northeast of the map, in the snow. We’ll show you where it is in the screenshots below. That’s the Gym you get the Ghost Badge in, by the way. Once the main missions take you to the Montenevera Gym, Jacq will run to you. After a brief chat, he’ll give you a Lucky Egg. Sure, it’s gonna be a while before you reach this point, but the game will just hand you the Egg.

And there you go, that’s where to find the location of and how to get the Lucky Egg in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. If there do happen to be more locations, we’ll be sure to add them. Feel free to let us know where they are in the comments below. Now, if you’re brand new to the Pokemon franchise, you might be wondering what this item is for. Well, you give it to a Pokemon in your party, and that boosts the amount of XP they get. For example, in one fight, the Pokemon we gave the Egg to got over 800 XP, while the rest got around 250. So, yeah; if you’re trying to level up a Pokemon, giving it the Lucky Egg will help out immensely. That’s why grabbing it is very worth your while.

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