How to get Bronzor Fragments in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

For all souls looking for an Armarouge in this trying time.

Plenty of trainers, particularly those of Pokémon Scarlet, have been on the look out for Bronzor Fragments. This isn't necessarily to use Bronzor (although that's not a bad idea), but rather to collect the items necessary to grab the Auspicious Armor: the item which evolves Charcadet into Armarouge. These trainers should be happy to know that they can start picking up Bronzor Fragments within the first hour of the game!

How to earn the Auspicious Armor in Pokémon Scarlet

A lady in Zapapico will offer the player a trade for the Auspicious Armor. She won't give it up unless the player can provide 10 Bronzor Fragments. Since players can find Bronzor so early on, it's best to just collect these before even reaching Zapapico.

Bronzor can be found in South Province, Area Three. Trainers can get there right after the tutorial by leaving outside the East Gate from Mesogoza. They will enter a rocky area where Titan Klawf resides. Towards the north part of that area are some ruins where Bronzor likes to congregate.

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Usually, only a couple of Bronzor will spawn at a time in these ruins. Therefore, trainers will want to defeat a couple with the Let's Go command, leave the area, and return to reset the spawns. The Bronzor here are around level 11, so they shouldn't be too difficult to defeat.

Keep in mind that this is exclusive to Pokémon Scarlet Players. In Pokémon Violet, trainers will actually be looking for Sinistea Chips, since they will be evolving Charcadet into Ceruledge instead of Armarouge.

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