Pokémon Scarlet & Violet: Super Training Guide

Super Training is the go-to feature if Trainers want to customize and perfect the stats of their favorite Pokemon in Crimson and Violet.

Hyper Training is a post-match feature in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet that allows Trainers to increase their Pokémon's IV. This mechanic allows players to customize their favorite Pokémon and further enhance their stats to improve combat performance. For example, if a trainer has a Baxcalibur with a naturally high Attack IV, and wishes to further increase this IV stat to its maximum, they can do so through Hypertraining. As a result, Baxcalibur and other ultra-trained pocket monsters will become even stronger to take on challenging post-match Tera Raid opponents at the highest level.

Before Trainers can consider Super Training Pokémon from Pokémon Crimson and Violet, they must unlock the Referee feature. For those unfamiliar, the Judgment feature allows players to see the hidden personal values ​​of their Pokemon. With this ability, players can view every detail of their favorite Pokémon's stats to make good decisions about which IVs should be hypertrained. To unlock this mechanic, the trainer must complete all of the main questlines in the game; in other words, reaching the post-game content is mandatory.

How Hyper Training Works in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet

Once this feat is accomplished, Pokécenter Staff at any location will recognize the Trainer protagonist's Hall of Fame badge and reward them for their referee function in Pokémon Crimson and Violet. After gaining this ability, the next step is to understand where hypertraining takes place. According to YouTube channel RageGamingVideos, an unnamed NPC can be found behind the Pokécenter in Montenevera in North Paldea. Trainers can recognize this NPC by his buzzing voice, large shadow, bomber jacket, and pet Abomasnow. Talking to this Gen 9 character will trigger a prompt to start Hypertraining, enabling players to choose which IVs they want to add to their Pocket Monsters.

Of course, Pokémon Scarlet and Violet cannot use Super Training for free. The Abomasnow Trainer in Montenevera requires a currency called Bottle Caps, which come in two forms. Normal Caps can be used to boost a single IV of a Pokémon, while Gold Caps can be used to boost all IVs of a Pokémon in one Super Training session. Bottle Caps can be purchased from Delibird Presents post-match, or occasionally in premium Tera Raids. Gold bottle caps can also be obtained from advanced raids, but have a high drop rate lower interest rates. They can't be purchased in the shop, but with luck, players might find a pair at the auction in Porto Marinada.

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