How to get Dreepy Powder in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

One of hundreds of crafting materials in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, Dreepy Powder is a dragon-type material you need for stronger TMs. While it’s not the most elusive stuff in the game, it’s not the easiest to get your hands on. You’ll need at least a Koraidon or Miraidon upgrade to start growing Dreepy Powder, one you’ll want to have at least level 20 on average to face the titan providing the upgrade. In this guide we cover everything you need to know about how to get Dreepy Powder.

Sources of Dreepy Powder in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

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As you might expect, Dreepy Powder comes from the Dreepy Pokémon. This dragon/spirit animal is native to many waters of Paldea, but not all. You’ll get between one and two units of Dreepy Powder when you catch or generate a Dreepy Faint, although sometimes you’ll get three. To begin the hunt for Dreepy, you must defeat Bombbirdier, the titan of the open skies, and earn the swim upgrade for either Koraidon or Miraidon. From there you can start to travel the rivers where Dreepy lives.

You need to look specifically for Dreepy in the following locations:

  • In the southern rivers, from Southern Province (Area Six) in the west to Southern Province (Area Five) in the east.
  • Most of the eastern rivers from the Eastern Province (Area One) in the south to the border with the Northern Provinces on the edge of the Eastern Province (Area Three).
  • Along the rivers from near Porto Marinada up through the Glaseado Mountains.

Don’t expect to see too many Dreepy as you explore, as they are significantly rarer in the southern areas. Not as prevalent as, say, Ralts or Charcadet, but they’re not as common as Mareep or Murkrow. You probably won’t find them below level 20 either, so while you won’t start hunting them late in a playthrough, you won’t do it right away.

To create most TMs, you need at least three units of a given material. That means you should stock up on at least a few Dreepy, and with their Ultimate Evolution, Dragapult, one of Scarlet and Violet’s pseudo-legends, you’ll want a Dreepy with a good nature to maximize their potential. How to get Dreepy Powder in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

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