Where can I find Wo-Chien in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet?

Wo-Chien is one of the four Legendary Pokémon in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. It will be available closer to the end of the game as you unlock the various missions that contain the shrine. Once those special missions are removed, you can try to catch that Pokemon and add it to your collection. Here’s what you need to know about where to find Wo-Chien in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

How to catch Wo-Chien in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

Before attempting to fight Wo-Chien, you must remove each of the eight purple stakes. They are scattered throughout the Paldea region, mostly in the southern part of the continent. Once you’ve removed each of the eight stakes from the ground, you can interact with and summon Wo-Chien’s shrine by attempting to battle and catch this Pokémon.

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You’ll find Wo-Chien’s on the southeast corner of Paldea. It will be west of Area Five’s Pokémon Center in the Southern Province. We recommend saving your game before attempting to fight Wo-Chien. If you defeat it in battle, you’ll have to wait some time before trying to summon it again, but you won’t miss catching this Pokemon.

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Wo-Chien is a Dark and Grass-type Pokémon. It is weak against Fire, Ice, Fighting, Poison, Flying, Bug and Fairy attacks. It is resistant to Water, Electric, Grass, Ground, Ghost, and Dark attacks. When trying to catch Wo-Chien, we recommend focusing on attacks that don’t damage him too much and avoid using bug-type moves to damage him. You should also make sure you use Ultra Balls regularly to try to catch him, but more specific balls like Timer Balls and Evening Balls are a good option.

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