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Can you catch a Titan in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet?

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There are several scenarios that you will be able to follow in your quest to complete the main story of Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

One of the main questlines is the Path of Legends, where you’ll have to travel the open world of Paldea and search for the incredibly rare Herba Mystica with Arven. However, access to the plant is protected by Titan Pokemon, which seem to have gorged themselves on the resource and become incredibly large and much more powerful.

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Not only are these enemies quite difficult to take down, but they are also uncatchable in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. Unfortunately, there is no way for you to catch a Pokémon Titan in the games.

When a Pokemon is in its Titan form, you won’t be able to catch it with a Poke Ball, even if its health is low and severely depleted. Also, once you defeat the Titan, it will instantly disappear, leaving you with no chance of catching it.


You can catch normal versions of Titan Pokemon in Scarlet and Violet instead

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Titan Pokemon may be out of reach in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, but you can still catch regular versions of them in games.

There are currently five Titans that you will need to take down to complete the Path of Legends in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. They are:

  • Stony Cliff Titan (Klawf)
  • Titan in the open (Bombbirdier)
  • Hidden Steel Titan (Orthworm)
  • Earthquake Titan (High Defense / Iron Treads)
  • Fake Dragon Titan (Dondozo and Tatsugiri)

As mentioned earlier, you won’t be able to catch any of the Titan variants of the Pokemon. However, you will be able to catch their regular versions. One of the best ways to grab these regular builds is to go back to where you found their Titan variants.

For example, you will find a lot of Klawf in the area where you fought the Stony Cliff Titan. Orthworms can also be found in the majority of areas in Paldea, while Bombirdier can be found in the area where you defeated the Open Sky Titan.

Normal versions of defeated Titans will have a mark on them. Interacting with them will trigger a battle where you can catch them after they are weakened.

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It’s important to note that the only regular Pokemon you won’t easily find after beating their Titan forms are the Donphan variants. The Great Tusk and Iron Treads can only be found in Zone Zero, which is not something you will be allowed to access from the start. However, they can still be caught.

Another thing to note is that the regular versions of Titan Pokemon come in different sizes in Scarlet and Violet. This means that while you won’t be able to catch a Pokémon Titan, you can still catch a larger-than-usual regular variant.

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