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Where to Get Booster Energy in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Where to Get Booster Energy in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet
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Booster Energy in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is one of many hold items players can buy for their Pokemon. These hold items can provide different uses, and can be found across the different cities in the game. Find out below where to get Booster Energy in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

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Getting Booster Energy in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Hold items can give Pokemon boost to their type or abilities, including accuracy or damage dealt, or HP ability boosts. There are many different items to purchase and they can be found, or bought from the Delibird Presents shop in the Paldea region. These shops can be found in 3 cities: Cascarrafa, Levincia, and Mesagoza.

The Booster Energy is an item that can be found in a pile of rubble at Zero Lab. Booster Energy is a single-use item. It is an energy-filled capsule that boosts the strength of the Pokemon. It is recommended that the Booster Energy is used with Pokemon who have the abilities Protosynthesis or Quark Drive.

Visit the Delibird Presents shop in Pokeon Scarlet and Violet (via Pokemon)

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Other Held Items Locations

Here is a list of the other Held Items and the cities they are available from:


  • Ability Shield
  • Assault Vest
  • Blunder Policy
  • Charcoal
  • Choice Band
  • Choice Scarf
  • Choice Specs
  • Clear Amulet
  • Destiny Knot
  • Eviolite
  • Expert Belt
  • Focus Band
  • Focus Sash
  • Grip Claw
  • King’s Rock
  • Life Orb
  • Miracle Seed
  • Muscle Band
  • Mystic Water
  • Punching Glove
  • Quick Claw
  • Razor Claw
  • Rocky Helmet
  • Sharp Beak
  • Silk Scarf
  • Silver Powder
  • Throat Spray
  • Weakness Policy
  • Wise Glasses


  • Absorb Bulb
  • Air Balloon
  • Big Root
  • Bright Powder
  • Cell Battery
  • Damp Rock
  • Dragon Fang
  • Electric Seed
  • Grassy Seed
  • Hard Stone
  • Heat Rock
  • Icy Rock
  • Leftovers
  • Light Clay
  • Luminous Moss
  • Magnet
  • Mental Herb
  • Mirror Herb
  • Misty Seed
  • Normal Gem
  • Poison Barb
  • Power Herb
  • Psychic Seed
  • Shed Shell
  • Smooth Rock
  • Snowball
  • Spell Tag
  • Terrain Extender
  • Utility Umbrella
  • White Herb


  • Adrenaline Orb
  • Blinding Band
  • Black Belt
  • Black Glasses
  • Black Sludge
  • Covert Cloak
  • Eject Button
  • Eject Pack
  • Flame Orb
  • Heavy-Duty Boots
  • Iron Ball
  • Lagging Tail
  • Loaded Dice
  • Metal Coat
  • Metronome
  • Never-Melt Ice
  • Protective Pads
  • Red Card
  • Ring Target
  • Room Service
  • Safety Goggles
  • Scope Lens
  • Shell Bell
  • Soft Sand
  • Sticky Barb
  • Toxic Orb
  • Twisted Spoon
  • Wide Lens
  • Zoom Lens

That is all you need to know about the Choice Band and where to find it. Next up, why not find out how many Gyms are in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet? Good luck and thank you for reading!

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