How to get Shuppet Scraps in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

Shuppet Scrap is one of the many new items introduced in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet as part of the Technical Machine(TM) crafting system. It can be obtained by defeating or capturing a Shuppet or Banette, and is an integral part of the Will-O-Wisp, Trick, and Phantom Force TMs. Will-o’-the-wisp and Trickery are fairly popular in competitive battles, while Phantom Force is a powerful move that goes through Protect, so stock up on these crafting materials to ensure you can craft some at any time. Here’s how to get Shuppet Scrap in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

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Where to find Shuppet in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet?

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Shuppet appears in parts of Southeast Paldea, in the Southern Province (Area Three) and the Eastern Province (Areas One, Two, and Three). It spawns in the city’s biome at night and is considered a fairly common spawn. It can also be found in 2-star Tera Raid battles, but seek out its overworld spawns for efficiency. Farming Banette is also an option, although it spawns at night in Southern Province (Area Six) and Glaseado Mountain with a lower spawn rate, so farming Shuppet is still the more efficient method of obtaining Shuppet Scrap.

As a pure Ghost type, Shuppet takes increased damage from Ghost and Dark moves, resists Poison and Bug moves, and takes no damage from Combat and Normal moves. If you don’t plan on catching it, choose a Pokemon that can exploit its weaknesses to knock it out in one hit. It has low base HP, Defense, and Sp. Defense, so players shouldn’t have any trouble knocking it out with a stronger Pokemon or a type advantage. We also recommend using the Let’s Go feature, as it allows you to take out groups of Shuppet without having to fight each one individually. How to get Shuppet Scraps in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

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