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Pokémon Scarlet and Violet guide: Best Steel-type Pokémon and where to catch them

Catch the best steel-type Pokémon

Again, as expected The Pokémon Company released a new game Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. This 9th Generation of Pokémon is on Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, for technical issues, the company limited the release numbers of Pokémon. Out of four hundred, we had a total of twenty-seven Pokémon from the steel type. In this guide, we will list the best steel type Pokémon in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet along with their location. Meanwhile, you can also go through our Pokémon Scarlet and Violet guide for catching the best dark-type Pokémon.

Complete list of Steel-type Pokémon in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

There are a total of 27 Steel Pokémon which we find in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. Here is the total list of all Steel-type Pokémon in the game.

  • Perrserker
  • Corviknight
  • Cufant
  • Copperajah
  • GalarianMeowth
  • Bronzor
  • Bronzong
  • Lucario
  • Magnemite
  • Magneton
  • Magnezone
  • Klefki
  • Forretress
  • Scizor
  • Tinkatink
  • Tinkatuff
  • Tinkaton
  • Varoom
  • Revavroom
  • Orthworm
  • Pawniard
  • Bisharp
  • Kingambit
  • Iron Treads
  • Gholdengo

Best Steel-type Pokémon and where to find them

It was very hard to pick the best 5 among these amazing Steel-Type Pokémon. Here is a list of them with their power status.

Iron Treads

  • HP: 90
  • Attack: 112
  • Defense: 120
  • Special Attack: 72
  • Special Defense: 70
  • Speed: 106
  • Total: 570
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This Pokémon was sent by the aliens that looks like a weapon. There is a 10% chance of getting this character in the underground in The Great Crater of Paldea.


  • HP: 87
  • Attack: 60
  • Defense: 95
  • Special Attack: 133
  • Special Defense: 91
  • Speed: 84
  • Total: 550
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This friendly Pokémon was born inside a treasure chest and made up of 1,000 coins. Before evolving into Gholdengo, the previous version Gimmighoul can be found at the top of the tower in the northeast of South Province (Area Three). So, Gholdengo cannot be found in the open world. For this, you need to have 999 coins to update your Gimmighoul into Gholdengo.


  • HP: 100
  • Attack: 135
  • Defense: 120
  • Special Attack: 60
  • Special Defense: 85
  • Speed: 50
  • Total: 550
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There is no information about this Pokémon’s evolved version to be found. To get it needs to evolve from Bisharp. Thus, Bisharp can be found in South Province (Area Five), Tagtree Thicket, and East Province (Area Three).


  • HP: 70
  • Attack: 70
  • Defense: 115
  • Special Attack: 130
  • Special Defense: 90
  • Speed: 60
  • Total: 535
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The same case here, it cannot be found in the open world rather, it needs to evolve from Magneton by giving it a Thunder Stone evolution item. So, Magneton can be found in both Glaseado Mountain andGlaseadoMountain.


  • HP: 70
  • Attack: 110
  • Defense: 70
  • Special Attack: 115
  • Special Defense: 70
  • Speed: 90
  • Total: 525
pokemon scarlet and violet lucario
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There is no invisible enemy that can remain invisible to Lucario because it can detect auras. To have this powerful Pokémon you need to go to a few places like South Province (Area Four), South Province (Area Six), North Province (Area One), and North Province (Area Two).

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