How To Get Cinderace, Raboot and Scorbunny in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

How To Get Cinderace, Raboot and Scorbunny in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet
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Pokémon Scarlet and Violet dashed onto the scene with a whopping 400 Pokémon in their Paldean Pokédex. This included fan favorites from previous generations as well as a cascade of new Pokémon native to the region. Some notable exceptions were and still are missing from the game, with popular Pokémon such as Gen VIII’s Cinderace only now being added to the roster of Pokémon you can catch.

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This guide will tell you everything you need to know about capturing Cinderace, as well as its preceding evolutions Scorbunny and Raboot, in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

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How To Get Cinderace In Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

Similar to the Charizard line, Cinderace and its evolutionary relatives cannot be found naturally in the Paldea region of the new Pokémon games. They are not officially part of the Paldean Pokédex, which means that players will not have the chance to encounter and catch these Pokémon while exploring the overworld of the Generation IX titles.

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Luckily, however, with the introduction of Cinderace’s 7-Star Tera Raid, players finally have the chance to capture this beloved Pokémon in-game. Though the fight is overwhelmingly tough, it is possible to bring your friends along to help make it easier to beat.

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It is also important to note, however, that players can only catch one Cinderace across the event, which itself only lasts two weekends. With the first timeframe passed, the event will now return for a final time from January 13, 2023, to January 15, 2023. 

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For more information on how to win in this challenging battle, check out our guide on the 7 best Pokémon for Cinderace’s Tera Raid.

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How To Get Scorbunny/Raboot In Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

How To Get Scorbunny in scarlet and violet

The are currently 2 ways to get Scorbunny, the first method is from using the surprise trade feature and see if your lucky enough to get a Scorbunny. The second is to acquire an egg containing Scorbunny, you will have to breed your Cinderace with a Ditto, as only a single Cinderace is currently available for capture in the game. The Cinderace you select for this can either be male or female. This will result in eggs that, once they hatch, will produce a Scorbunny. 

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The Pokémon that hatches from an egg always starts at level 1. Players can evolve their Scorbunny into a Raboot once it reaches level 16.

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Here’s a list of the base stats you can expect from your Scorbunny, Raboot, and Cinderace:

IV StatScorbunnyRabootCinderace
HP506580
Attack7186116
Defense406075
Sp. Atk405565
Sp. Def406075
Speed6994119
Total310420530

It is important to note that if you hatch a Scorbunny, it will not have the Fighting Tera-Type or the Mightiest Mark. Still, breeding is the only way to obtain a Shiny Cinderace by hatching and evolving a Shiny Scorbunny, as the current event does not include the shiny version of the Seven-Star Tera Raid boss.

Final Thoughts

The Cinderace family of Pokémon is not officially available in the Paldean Pokédex of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, however, through the 7-Star Tera Raid, you can now acquire a powerful Ciderace for your team. By breeding this Cinderace with a Ditto, you can then have as many Scorbunnies, Raboots, and Cinderaces as you want in your team. Just make sure not to miss out on your last chance at beating the Tera Raid next weekend!

How To Get Cinderace, Raboot and Scorbunny in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet – FAQ

What level does Scorbunny evolve into Raboot?

Scorbunny will evolve at level 16 into Raboot

What type of Pokemon is Cinderace?

Cinderace is a fire type Pokemon