Since elementary school, nothing has been more exciting for me than trading in Pokémon Scarlet! Well, trading in Pokémon Scarlet brings me joy as I can get another Pokémon I desire.
You may wonder how you can deal in Pokémon Scarlet to get the Pokémon you’ve always wanted.
Luckily, you may begin trading once you reach the first Pokémon centre and activate the Poke gateway. Trading will enable you to get different Pokémon depending on their availability.
When can I start trading in Pokémon Scarlet?
Trading has always been a crucial component of the Pokémon experience, dating back to the Game Boy version of Pokémon Red & Blue.
Trading will be necessary to finish the region, especially if you wish to capture version-exclusive Pokémon and fully populate their Pokedex in Scarlet.
Fortunately, trading with other players is possible early on in Pokémon Scarlet.
You will first need to complete the tutorial portion of the game before you can accomplish that. In particular, you can trade after exploring with Nemona and arriving at the first Pokémon Center in Los Platos.
You must enter the Poke Portal menu and exchange Pokémon once trainers converse with the two store clerks💯.
When can I trade Pokémon into Scarlet using Pokémon HOME?
In June 2023, The Pokémon Company eventually enabled Pokémon Home compatibility for Scarlet. In addition to bringing Pokémon from earlier generations and other games, you can import Pokémon from Scarlet into the newest instalments of the franchise🥳.
Transferring Pokémon from one of the compatible games to Pokémon HOME or Pokémon Bank to Pokémon HOME is a prerequisite for trading from Pokémon HOME.
One of the major restrictions is that if you don’t already have any Pokémon in Scarlet, you cannot transfer them from Go to Scarlet.
For example, Moving your twenty additional Groudon from Pokémon Go to Scarlet is impossible without first transferring a Groudon from another game😢.
It is essential to keep in mind that you can only move specific Pokémon from Home to Scarlet. Moving every Pokémon from Scarlet to Home is possible, but not necessarily to other games.
Some of the Pokémon that you can transfer from Pokémon Home to Pokémon Scarlet are:
Pikachu (8 Hat types)
Raichu (Alola type)
Diglett (Alola type)
Dugtrio (Alola type )
Meowth (Alola and Galar types)
Persian (Alola type)
Growlithe (Hisui type)
2 – Johto
Typhlosion (Johto and Hisui types)
Wooper (Johto type)
Slowking (Galar type)
Qwilfish (Hisui type)
Some Pokémon are only available in Pokémon Scarlet; these are the Pokémon you cannot obtain unless you trade with someone playing the other version of the game.
Fortunately, hardworking Pokémon fans have developed a trade link code system for rare Pokémon and other species unavailable in their games, including foreign Dittos that are good for breeding and starters.
The theory is that enough people will enter the numbers to enable these deals to occur once these codes become widely known😁.
The person you’re matched with may have the same Pokémon you’re trying to trade, in which case you could decide to exchange.
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