Search for False Dragon Titan Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

The Search for False Dragon Titan Pokemon Scarlet and Violet quest takes you to Casseroya Lake. The problem is that, once you get to the right place, the Titan is nowhere to be seen. So, what gives? Is it a bug? Do you have to complete some other quest before unlocking access to this boss? Don’t worry, we are going to explain everything you need to know.

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search for false dragon titan pokemon scarlet and violet
Search for False Dragon Titan Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Where to Find False Dragon Titan Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

To find the boss Pokemon in the Search for the False Dragon Titan in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, you need to visit the two islands in the east of Casseroya Lake. Now, the icon takes you to the larger of the two islands. However, that might not be where the trigger for the boss to appear is. On both of the islands, you’ll find a bunch of orange fish. They say different things. You need to find the one that says “Taitaaan!” I don’t know whether that’s randomized or not. So, well show you which fish was the one that said “Taitaaan” in our case. Either way, once you find the right fish. Interact with it, and that will summon the Titan from the depths of Casseroya Lake.

So, that’s where you’ll find the location of the boss in the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. However, after you get its health down almost all the way (using Electric attacks is really effective, as is Fire), the Titan will run away and recuperate. At this point, I recommend fast-traveling to a town, healing up and stocking up on items. Then, go to the second location. It doesn’t matter; the Titan will start the second stage with full health. So, you might as well do the same and return for round two. We’ve provided the second location below, too. There’s no special way to summon it, just stand on the beach near the orange fish.

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