Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Tinkatink Location

If you’re struggling with where to find a Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Tinkatink location, you’re in the right place. The new Fairy / Steel Pokemon appears only in select places, and rarely at that. So, it’s not easy to get or catch a Tinkatink in Scarlet and Violet. Hopefully, this guide is going to help you on this quest.

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Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Tinkatink Location

Where to Find Tinkatink in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

To find and catch a Tinkatink location in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, you need to search in ruins. There are several options open for you there, as you can see in the screenshot below. One of these ruins is in the beginning stages of the game, in the West Province, not far from the local Watchtower. They are relatively rare, so you might have to search for a while, maybe even return a few times. Also, look for it carefully; Tinkatink is very small and easy to overlook. Its pink color does help a little, but still. And don’t worry, it’ll be well-worth the effort. For one, it’s a dual Fairy / Steel, which is a cool combo. Plus, it gets pretty powerful as it evolves.

So, yeah, that’s where you can find the location of and get a Tinkatink in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. This new Pokemon has two evolution steps. The first one is Tinkatuff, which it turns into at level 24. After that, you need to keep leveling it up until it reaches level 38. That’s when it turns into Tinkaton. It doesn’t have require any special items or anything like that. Sure, it will take a while to grind those levels out, but it pays off. Consider using a Rare Candy, or give the Tinkatink a Lucky Egg to hold. If nothing else, it’s hilarious to see a tiny little fairy thing wielding an enormous hammer in battle to splat enemies.

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