When the Paldean Pokédex got leaked, we knew that some starters from previous titles were coming. Charizard and Greninja were some of the first to come in the shape of 7-star raids. Now, there is another one that is coming all the way from Alola. Recent information shows that Decidueye is coming to Tera Raids in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. This grass/ghost Pokémon is the next to be featured, and we imagine the fight will be equally difficult as with previous creatures. You’ll be able to get this Pokémon this month on two different occasions.
Decidueye will arrive at Tera Raids in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet on March 17 and March 24
As mentioned above, you’ll have the chance to battle Decidueye twice this month. The first run will be from March 17 to March 19 while the second one will take place from March 24 to March 26. During these weekends, you’ll be able to take on the new Decidueye Tera Raids in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. This means that if your team isn’t strong enough for the first run, you’ll get a second chance. This is great as this creature has a powerful type combination you should be wary of.
Serebii Update: The next Pokémon Scarlet & Violet 7 Star Raid Battle has been announced. Battle against Flying Tera Type Decidueye.
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— Serebii.net (@SerebiiNet) March 6, 2023
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We imagine that a lot of trainers will prepare their teams for the upcoming battles. Any Fire of Dark-type Pokémon will help you against this Alolan starter. While the Tera Raids of Decidueye in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are still a bit far away, now’s the time to prepare. You can start crafting your TMs and leveling your Pokémon if you want to participate in this event. Remember that you’ll get two opportunities, but it is still a nice idea to mark your calendar to not miss both of your shots. So, prepare for the upcoming raids with your best team and get ready to add another pocket monster to your collection.