Looking to evolve your Scyther into Pokemon Legends: Arceus’ new Kleavor or fan-favorite Scizor? Here’s how the process is done!
Pokemon Legends: Arceus just might be the best Pokemon game in years. Now, a little over a week after release day, players are still enjoying exploring the Hisui region.
As many come to the end of the main story, it’s now time to complete the Pokedex! And while many Pokemon can be found easily in the wild, others aren’t so simple to catch.
One such Pokemon is Kleavor, a powerful new evolution for Scyther that players will battle as a Noble Pokemon in Legends: Arceus!
The good news for old-school fans is that Scizor is also still in the game! And you can even get a special Scyther using this easy shiny-hunting strategy in Pokemon Legends.
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How to Evolve Scyther Into Kleavor – Pokemon Legends: Arceus
To evolve Scyther into Kleavor, Pokemon Legends players will need to use a Black Augurite on the ‘mon.
This special item is difficult to come by, but is most commonly dropped when defeating or catching Graveler. Head to the Coronet Highlands and you should find Graveler in Bolderoll Ravine.
Once you have a Black Augurite in Pokemon Legends, simply use it on your Scyther to evolve it into Kleavor!
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Don’t forget that you can actually evolve all Pokemon without trading in Pokemon Legends: Arceus! And because of that, Scizor is obtainable too.
How to Evolve Scyther Into Scizor
As for the fan-favorite Steel/Bug-Type Scizor, the process is much simpler.
To evolve Scyther into Scizor in Pokemon Legends: Arceus, you’ll need a Metal Coat. The easiest way to acquire a Metal Coat is to purchase it from the Trading Post in Jubilife Village for 1000 Merit Points.
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Alternatively, you can often get a Metal coat from catching a wild Scizor, making evolution unnecessary altogether! However, these rare Pokemon will only appear in Space-Time Distortions.