How to find Galarian Meowth in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

By Melany Moncada

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Dec 4, 2022

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Pokemon Scarlet and Violet has special Pokemon that cannot be found in the wild. To get these Pokemon, players will have to complete different side quests. Here is how to find Galarian Meowth in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

Galarian Meowth is a variant of Meowth from the Galar region. It cannot be found in the wild in Paldea, and it is not registered in the Paldea Pokedex. Galarian Meowth is as exclusive as it gets in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

To get it, players will have to attend language classes at the Naranja/Uva Academy. Mr. Salvatore is the language teacher and the one who will reward the Galarian Meowth.

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The first step is to complete the six Languages classes, including one midterm and one final exam. Once the player meets this requirement, they can start bonding with Mr. Salvatore. The teacher can be found in the staff room. Talk to him there and then go to the Schoolyard. Here, Mr. Salvatore will ask for help with a Pawmi.

The next point of encounter is the Biology Lab, where Mr. Salvatore will be having a conversation with another teacher. Meet Mr. Salvatore one last time in the Staff Room, and here, the teacher will reward the player with a level five Galarian Meowth. It will some training to evolve.

This Galarian Meowth evolves into Perrserker, a Steel type, at level 28.

Galarian Meowth, like Charizard, is not part of the Paldea Pokedex and cannot be found in the wild. It is unclear if, in the future, the game will make it possible to find Galarian Meowth.

Does Galarin Meowth evolve into Persian?

Galarian Meowth evolves into Perrserker. Only regular Meowth, like the one found in Kanto, can evolve into Persian. Both evolutions have their advantages, but Perrserker is generally a better Pokemon to have in a team.

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