IN Pokémon Scarlet and Violet held items are needed to breed and evolve certain Pokémon and also to give you the edge in battle.
They can be found at a shop called Delibird Presents, and there are six locations spotted around the Paldea region.
Here’s some things you can buy.
If you’re looking for held items for your Pokémon such as the Quick Claw or Metal Coat, you can find them here.
Here’s all the locations of Delibird Presents stores in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.
Pokémon Scarlet & Violet: Delibird Presents locations in Mesagoza
There are three branches of Delibird Presents in the city of Mezagosa.
This is the game’s central hub town, and where you can find your school.
The first store is to the south of the town, on the right-hand side of the entrance you first enter through.
Delibird Presents’ other two stores are to the west side of town. One is right near the edge of town to the northwest.
The other is directly west of the first store, near the west gate.
Pokémon Scarlet & Violet: Delibird Presents locations in Levincia
There is just one branch of Delibird Presents in Levincia, where you face the Electric-type gym leader Iono.
This one is in the centre of town near the gym.
Pokémon Scarlet & Violet: Delibird Presents locations in Cascarrafa
There are two branches of Delibird Presents in Cacarrafa, where you find the Water-type gym leader Kofu.
One is to the northwest of town at the corner of the city. The other is on the east side right in the middle of the street.
Pokémon Scarlet & Violet: What can you buy at Delibird Presents?
Delibird Presents sells held items which are some of the most useful items in the game.
It sells these right from the start, but the inventory increases with the number of badges you obtain.
Every branch has a set stock of items they sell such as Bottle Caps for changing stats, Pokéballs, and Evolution stones.
However, some stores sell items unique to the region. For example the Destiny Knot is only available in Mesgoza, and the Metal Coat is only available in Levincia.
Written by Marco Wutz and Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.