Pokémon Scarlet & Violet: Fezandipiti Location & How to Catch

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Fezandipiti is a level 70 Poison and Fairy-type Pokémon that you can catch in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet. Introduced in The Teal Mask DLC expansion, this legendary Pokémon is one of The Loyal Three and you will have to put up some ground work first if you want to catch it. Read on, and this guide will show you where to find Fezandipiti and how to catch this legendary Pokémon.

Where to Find Fezandipiti in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet?

Fezandipiti Map Location in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet

Fezandipiti can be found on a cliff on the east side of Oni Mountain. You’ll find this location in the center landscape of Kitakami Island. However, it will only show up after completing the Kitakami School Trip main story quest.

You do get to encounter Fezandipiti as part of the main story early on. However, this encounter is purely a fight. You won’t be able to catch this legendary Pokémon until a bit later in the game, when you’re done with the school trip to Kitakami. Needless to say, you’ll also need to download The Teal Mask DLC since you won’t be able to get to Kitakami without it.

How to Catch Fezandipiti in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet?

You can catch Fezandipiti by encountering it on the east side of Oni Mountain after you’ve completed the Kitakami school trip story quest. When battling it, lower its health to red before throwing a Poké Ball to catch it. You can catch Fezandipiti like any other Pokémon.

Because you might accidentally down Fezandipiti before you have the chance to catch it, you should save your progress just before battling it. Don’t rely on the auto-save, as you only have one chance to encounter Fezandipiti, so you’re better off deactivating it.

Like all legendary Pokémon, Fezandipiti plays hard to get. It’ll take more than a few Poké Balls to catch it, even in low health. To increase your chances, paralyze Fezandipiti or put it to sleep before throwing an Ultra Poké Ball. Be sure to stock up on as many Poké Balls as you can get.

You’ll fight Fezandipiti at Level 70. Fezandipiti is also best fought with steel-type Pokémon with resistance to poison attacks. Because of its Toxic Chain ability, you should also bring some Antidotes to fight it. Be persistent enough, and you’ll eventually catch Fezandipiti in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet.