The recently discovered Pokemon, Great Tusk, is a unique amalgam of Ground/Fighting Type species and was first spotted in the world of Scarlet And Violet. This fascinating Pokemon resembles an antiquated version of Donphan combined with a futuristic representation of Iron Treads. The Great Tusk is a paradox Pokemon because it has no Egg group, so the only way to acquire this unique Pokemon is by catching it. In this guide, I’ll tell you how to Catch Great Tusk in Pokemon Scarlet And Violet.
Where To Find Great Tusk In Pokemon Scarlet And Violet
Great Tusk is an exclusive Pokemon for Scarlet, but you can trade it with your friends on Pokemon Violet. To find the Great Tusk you need to go to research station 4, deep inside the caverns in the center and lowest point of the great Crater of Paldea. You can find the Great Tusk roaming around in the dirt potions. Some claim that the Great Tusk is a post-game Pokemon, but that’s not true; you can find him soon after you battle him in the story.
The Great Tusk also spawns in the Asado Desert. Fly to Porto Miranda and use your mount to reach the Asado Desert. The Great Tusk is a rare spawn, so you may need to check both locations.
How To Catch a Great Tusk
Upon discovering the Great Tusk at its spawning spot, you must be prepared to engage in combat. You must eventually conquer this Pokemon, as it is a required part of the Titan storyline. Once you have defeated the Great Tusk, use an ultra-ball to capture this formidable Pokemon.
Great Tusk Base and Level 50 Stats
|Level 50 Stats
Great Tusk Shiny Sandwich Recipe
The Great Tusk Shiny is found at the exact locations as the base variant but to spawn it, you can use the following sandwich recipe in Pokemon Scarlet:
- 1x Tomato
- 1x Green Bell Peppers
- 1x Onion
- 1x Hamberger
- 2x Ingredients of your choice
That’s all! As you can see, capturing a Great Tusk is simple enough. With some patience and strategy, you should be able to catch this rare Pokemon in no time. Good luck out there, and happy hunting. Want to catch more Pokemon? Here are some guides you may like: