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Can you complete Tera Raids solo in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet?

Tera Raids in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet work much like Sword and Shield Raids. Choosing to do each raid, either from the Poké Portal or by interacting with the Crystal in the Overworld, players can choose to group up or go solo. Even when facing these raids alone, players will be paired up with random NPCs with random Pokémon. While the lack of coordination makes it more difficult, this is how players can solo Tera Raids on Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

How to Complete Solo Tera Raids in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

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When entering a Tera Raid Battleplayers who choose to go solo will be paired with three other NPCs Trainers, each with their own Pokémon. There won’t be any kind of coordination to have Pokémon with a super effective move, so if players want to have a good chance of beating raid Pokémon, they need to choose who to send out carefully. While one star raids will be easy to do, two stars will increase the difficulty and require strong Pokemon to get through. After three attacks, players will be able to terastalize their Pokémon to do even more damage with a super effective hit.

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If players find Tera Raids too difficult on their own, they choose to participate with friends or random Trainers. When online, interacting with a Crystal will give players the choice to play solo or assemble a party. selecting group challenge will give players the option to open the Raid to friends using a link code or let anyone join. In contrast, in the Poké Portal, players can join random Tera raids or join their friends’ raids using their link code.

To find out how to group up with friends, check out How to Use Union Circle on Pokemon Scarlet and Violet in Pro Game Guides.

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