How to Catch Brute Bonnet in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet
Brute Bonnet is native to Area Zero.
Brute Bonnet is a new Grass/Dark type Pokemon that debuted in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. Brute Bonnet’s ability is known as Protosynthesis, which boosts the Pokemon’s most proficient stat in harsh sunlight, or if the Pokémon is holding Booster Energy. Similar to a few other Pokemon in Scarlet and Violet, Brute Bonnet has no evolutions. If you’re wondering how to obtain Brute Bonnet in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, then your search ends here. So without any further delay, let’s dive deep into the details.
Where to Find Brute Bonnet in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet
Before we get into it, we should note that Brute Bonnet is exclusive to Pokemon Scarlet, so Violet players are out of luck unless you’re able to find someone to trade with you.
Similar to other Paradox Pokémon, Brute Bonnet can only be found in the Great Crater of Paldea (Area Zero). We recommend looking near the second observatory and inside caves to find its spawn areas. This region can be accessed after finishing Victory Road, Path of Legends, and Starfall Street. It’s also worth noting that this critter is exclusive to the Pokémon Scarlet edition.
If you’re planning to battle with Brute Bonnet in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, then you must note that this Pokemon is weak to the bug, fire, ice, fighting, poison, flying, and fairy-type Pokemon. Brute Bonnet is immune to Psychic and resists water, grass, electric, ground, ghost, and dark type Pokemon.
Brute Bonnet Stats and Abilities
Brute Bonnet’s ability is called Protosynthesis, which boosts the Pokémon’s most proficient stat in harsh sunlight, or if the Pokémon is holding Booster Energy. Here are the base stats of Brute Bonnet
- HP: 111
- Attack: 127
- Defense: 99
- Special Attack: 79
- Special Defense: 99
- Speed: 55
- Total Combat Points: 570
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