Hatenna, Hattrem, and Hatterene are all fan-favorite Psychic-types available in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. The first two are pure Psychic, whereas the final evolution also has the Fairy typing. This guide will help you obtain all three of them in the recently released Pokemon titles.
None of the aforementioned Pocket Monsters are exclusive to any particular version of the game. Therefore, this guide should work for players playing either Scarlet or Violet. Also, this article won't focus on raids, trading, or breeding as options since they are either too random to control or have a pre-requisite that would defeat the purpose of this guide.
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet guide: How to catch Hatenna, Hattrem, and Hattrene?
Hatenna has a decent range of potential spawn areas scattered across Paldea. It's not a rare sight either, so you should eventually find one in any of the orange spots on the map above.
Some of the marked areas are actually near the beginning of the game. That means it's possible for a Trainer to easily go through all of Paldea with a Hatenna and its evolutions by their side.
Hatenna's base stats are:
- HP: 42
- Attack: 30
- Defense: 45
- Sp. Atk: 56
- Sp. Def: 53
- Speed: 39
The catch rate of this Pocket Monster is 235, meaning that you have a 41.3% chance of capturing it at full health with a regular Poke Ball. Hatenna is very easy to obtain in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet once you find it.
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet players can find a Hattrem in the wild in the orange areas on the map above. Do note that it shares none of the same locations as its pre-evolved form, Hatenna. Alternatively, this Pocket Monster can also be obtained by evolving Hatenna at Level 32.
Hattrem's base stats in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are:
- HP: 57
- Attack: 40
- Defense: 65
- Sp. Atk: 86
- Sp. Def: 73
- Speed: 49
Hattrem also has a catch rate of 120, meaning that you have a 24.9% chance of capturing it with a regular Poke Ball when the Pocket Monster has full health. Even though its catch rate is about half as high as its pre-evolved form, the odds are still pretty generous.
The final Pokemon to talk about here is Hatterene, who does not spawn in the wild at any location. Keep in mind that this detail is for the base versions of Scarlet and Violet, so it does not account for any potential DLC that might be released after this guide is published.
The primary way to get Hatterene in the two games is to evolve Hattrem at Level 42. There aren't any gimmicks related to this level-up, either. So anything from Rare Candies to fighting wild Pokemon for EXP will get the job done.
Hatterene's base stats are:
- HP: 57
- Attack: 90
- Defense: 95
- Sp. Atk: 136
- Sp. Def: 103
- Speed: 29
That's the end of this guide. Hopefully, you can now obtain Hatterene and its pre-evolutions. Just remember that you also have trades and raids as alternative ways to acquire them, although that shouldn't be necessary since Hatterene's pre-evolutions commonly spawn in their respective locations.
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