Syrupy Apple Location Pokemon SV Teal Mask

In our Syrupy Apple Location Pokemon SV Teal Mask guide, we are going to show you where to find and how to get a Syrupy Apple in the new Pokemon Scarlet and Violet DLC. The Syrupy Apple is an evolution item, necessary to obtain one of the new Pokemon added in Teal Mask. We will, of course, also tell you which Pokemon that is. Let’s get straight into it.

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syrupy apple location pokemon sv teal mask
Syrupy Apple Location Pokemon SV Teal Mask

Where to Find Syrupy Apple in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Teal Mask DLC

To find the location of the Syrupy Apple in the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Teal Mask DLC, you have to go to the southeast of the map. More specifically, you want to go to the Mossfell Confluence zone. If you don’t know where to find the place, take a look at the screenshots below. Once you arrive to the Mossfell Confluence, the next step is to find the Syrupy Shack (again, check out the images below to see exactly where it is). At the shack, you can purchase a Syrupy Apple for 500P each. Now, if you’re looking for this item, you probably want to know what its for. But just in case you don’t, you use it to get Dipplin. For more info on all that, check out our How to Evolve Applin into Dipplin guide.

And there you go, that’s where you can find the location of the Syrupy Apple in the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Teal Mask DLC. And that is its only purpose, as far as we know. If I’m wrong and it does have another use, let us know in the comments, and we’ll update the guide. Point is, as far as we know, you only really need one Syrupy Apple in your life. Dipplin is kinda useless, aside from completing the Pokedex. I mean, I could be wrong about that, too, but I struggle to see what possible combat use Dipplin could possibly have. Anyways, if you want to know what other new Pokemon you can hunt in the new DLC, check out our Teal Mask All New Pokemon guide.

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