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Unleash the ultimate power of seven-star Greninja in Tera Raids: A guide for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

Seven-star Greninja raids have come in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. For a short period, all players with game access can participate in these Tera Raids, but they will not be simple. These are easily some of the most difficult confrontations in the game. They are also not always visible on the map. Here’s a guide to finding seven-star Greninja Tera Raids in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

Greninja Tera Raid locations in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet!

Greninja’s raid will behave similarly to past seven-star raids in the game. You unlock seven-star raids by completing the game and watching the credits roll. After the credits have concluded, the next stage is to go through the Gym fights again, this time on a more tough setting. Again, expect difficult confrontations as you go through the Paldea region, so prepare your crew properly. Following the conclusion of these clashes, there will be a final tournament, following which you will be able to work on five-star raids and, ultimately, six-star raids.

When you unlock six-star raids, seven-star raids will occur. However, they only begin to spawn if they are available. Seven-star raids aren’t always available in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, so you’ll have to wait for them. Because these Greninja raids contain a Toxic Tera type, keep an eye out for the Poison Tera type sign on your map. If you can’t find any on your map, you can join other players online to aid them in these encounters.

The Greninja Tera Raids will take place from January 27 to January 29, and then again from February 10 to February 12. In essence, you have two weekends to beat and catch Greninja at least once before it vanishes and another Pokémon takes its place in seven-star raids.

Greninja is proving to be a difficult opponent for certain Pokémon trainers. To beat it, we propose Clodsire, Gastrodon, Slowbro, Toxtricity, Quagsire, and Vaporeon.

Simon Hewitt

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