Wide Lens Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

The Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Wide Lens is one of the many, many items that you can give to your Pokemon to hold. It increases the accuracy of its attacks. Now, there are two potential problems here. One, you need to figure out where to find and how to get the Wide Lens in Scarlet and Violet. Once that’s out of the way, you have to decide which Pokemon to give it to. Well, that’s exactly what we’ll be discussing in this guide.

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Wide Lens Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

How to Get Wide Lens Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

To find the location of and get the Wide Lens in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, you need to go to the Delibird Presents store in the north of the city of Levincia. There’s a Pokemon Center up there that you can fast travel to. Then, cross the street to the southeast, and you’ll spot the door to the shop pretty much immediately. Once you’re in the store, select “Battle Items” and scroll down. There will be three Lens items on the list, and the Wide Lens will be in the middle. Now, you should know that the item costs a whopping twenty thousand bucks. That’s nothing to sneeze at. Then again, considering that it increases the attack accuracy of the Pokemon holding it, it’s worth the cost.

So, that’s where you find the location of the Wide Lens in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, as well as how to get it. Now, since the item is so expensive, what is the best use for it? Well, in our humble opinion, it’s Population Bomb. That move is the trademark of Maushold, which is somehow one Pokemon but also a family of mouse-like creatures. Best not to think about it too much. Anyways, at time of writing, this move is absolutely brutal. And if you give Maushold the Wide Lens, its accuracy goes up to 99%. As you might guess, this turns the adorable little family into a veritable buzzsaw on the battlefield.

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