Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

How to Catch Impidimp in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet

Impidimp in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is here, and you will be able to play on Nintendo Switch. As usual, you will be able to collect a lot of Pokemon in this game, but there are some major improvements as well as a brand new map to keep players on their toes. This game has three new starter Pokemon as well, and you will be able to collect a lot more as you explore the land of Paldea. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to get Impidimp in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

Where to Find Impidimp in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet

Impidimp is a returning Pokemon that you can catch in the new game Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. It is a Dark and Fairy type Pokemon with three evolution stages, and isn’t too difficult to find once you know where to look. That’s what we’ll be discussing in this guide on how to get it.

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You will be able to find Impidimp only in one location on the map, which is shown below on the Pokedex. As you can see, it resides in the forest biome.

To find Impidimp, you will need to head to the Tagtree Thicket which is southeast of Glaseado Mountain. There are a lot of Pokemon to find here and Impidimp is one of them. They are found in three stages around this area. It should be easy to spot, but if you’re not seeing the Pokemon, you can reset the spawn. This is done by exiting the area and waiting a few minutes before reloading it.

Once you have found the Impidimp, they won’t be very high-level Pokemon, so you can defeat them quite easily. They should be around level 20. Once you are level 32 and above, the Pokemon will evolve into Morgrem. And at level 42, you will get Grimmsnarl. It is worth noting that you do not need to manually evolve them through evolution stones.

Jayita Talukder
I’m currently doing a Master’s Degree in English, have been writing on and off for years. Part-time gamer and full-time reader of obscure literature. If I’m not at my desk, I’ve probably spotted a cat outside.

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