New Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Mystery Gift is super useful for Terastallized Pokemon

A new Mystery Gift code has been released for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. The code LETTERA will gift players TM171, which can be used to teach a Pokemon the Tera Blast move. The code is valid through March 31, so players have quite some time to claim it, if they want. Tera Blast is a Normal-type move, but if the Pokemon it knows is terastallized, it will automatically change to the Pokemon’s Tera type. For Pokemon that otherwise can’t learn a good move that matches their Tera type, Tera Blast is a very helpful TM!

For those who have never redeemed a Mystery Gift, the process is very simple and can be used to get many useful items in the game. In the main menu, players must access the Mystery Gift option through “Poke Portal;” it’s the last one players see on the Poke Portal screen. Once there, players will be prompted to enter the code and the Mystery Gift will appear.

Terastallization is a new mechanic introduced in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. By default, most Pokemon have a Tera type that matches their main type; for example, most Lechonk encountered by players are of normal Tera type. However, players can find Pokemon that have unique Tera types, and they can even change a Pokemon’s Tera type by using Tera Shards. This can be very beneficial for countering weaknesses, but it all falls apart if the Pokemon can’t actually learn a move that takes advantage of their Tera type! This is where Tera Blast comes in, and almost every Pokemon in the game can learn it. There are only two exceptions: Magikarp and Ditto.

Finding the right Tera types and figuring out the best moves to take advantage of Terastallization are both very important in the game. The mechanic has greatly changed Pokemon battles and helped Pokemon Scarlet and Violet differ greatly from previous games!

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