Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

How to Get Baxcalibur in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet

How to Get Baxcalibur in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet have just been released for the Nintendo Switch platform, and players can try out the game from the 18th of November. The new region of Paldea in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet is open for players and Pokemon fans to freely explore in various ways. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to get Baxcalibur in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

Where to Find Baxcalibur in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet

If you want to get Baxcalibur in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet, you will need to evolve it from the Pokemon that you will find in the wild. Thus you cannot simply collect Baxcalibur as a Pokemon, but evolve it from others. It is a Dragon and Ice Type which is returning as it was first seen in Pokemon Generation IX.

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The dual-type Pokemon is the only Dragon Pokemon in the new game who can learn the Glaive Rush move. You will first need to get Frigibax and get him to level 35. After that, Frigibax can evolve into Arctibax. When Arctibax is level 54, it will evolve to Baxcalibur. So to get Baxcalibur, you will need to find and capture Frigibax.

To catch Frigibax, you will need to look for it on the northern slopes of the Glaseado Mountain region in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. As the Pokemon lives in caves, it is a rare sight and you might have to spend quite a bit of time to find a spawn. It can also be found around the slopes of the mountains.

Once you have captured Frigibax, get to level 35 and evolve it to Arctibax. You can use EXP candies to speed up the process. When you are level 54, you can evolve it to Baxcalibur and finally get the Pokemon that you want. You will be able to use the unique abilities that it has which are Thermal Exchange and Ice Body.

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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