Pokémon fans go wild for Scarlet & Violet upcoming seven-star tera raid – and its a fan-favourite

POKÉMON has announced its upcoming Seven Star Tera Raid.

As fans have predicted, it completes the trio of Pokémon Legends: Arceus starters.

Typhlosion is one of the most popular Pokemon starters of all time.


Typhlosion is one of the most popular Pokemon starters of all time.Credit: The Pokemon Company

Typhlosion is the next target of Tera Raids, but there’s an interesting twist to the last two.

Decidueye was a flying Tera-type distinct from his Hisuian Fighting-type form.

Likewise, Samurott was not Dark-type like his Hisuian form, but Bug Tera-type.

However, Typhlosion carries the same type as his Hisuian form, the Ghost type.

Like the other raids, Typhlosion’s raid is a limited-time raid that takes place over two weekends.

The first run will take place from Friday April 14, 2023 until Sunday April 16, 2023.

Typhlosion recurs Friday April 21, 2023until Sunday April 23, 2023.

This raid is currently the only way for players to obtain Typhlosion, as Pokémon Scarlet and Violet cannot currently be linked to Pokémon Home.

Home is an online app used by a number of players to transfer Pokémon between games.

It’s likely that Pokémon will delay the release of Home, so online competitive battles will be limited to mons from the Paldean Pokédex.

Once the raids are over, Typhlosion will be gone forever, although you can often pick up Cyndaquil via Mystery Trades after the event.

During and after the event, trainers will often breed Cyndaquil to obtain a shiny one.

After that, they will trade all other Cyndaquil via Mystery Trade.

You’ll need Nintendo Switch Online to trade Pokémon online, but you’ll eventually find one using this method after the event.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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