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All Mineral Egg Group Pokémon

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Seren Morgan-Roberts

This page will offer a list of all Mineral "Egg Group" iconEgg Group Pokémon in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. You can breed any two of the Pokémon below at a picnic to hatch Pokémon "Egg" iconEggs!

Some Pokémon can have more than one group meaning you can breed them across different egg groups.

Mineral Egg Group Pokémon List

Pokémon "Egg Group" iconEgg Group(s)
"Sudowoodo" IconSudowoodo Mineral
"Rolycoly" IconRolycoly Mineral
"Carkol" IconCarkol Mineral
"Coalossal" IconCoalossal Mineral
"Cufant" IconCufant Field / Mineral
"Copperajah" IconCopperajah Field / Mineral
Nacli Mineral
Naclstack Mineral
Garganacl Mineral
"Bronzor" IconBronzor Mineral
"Bronzong" IconBronzong Mineral
"Voltorb" IconVoltorb Mineral
"Electrode" IconElectrode Mineral
"Magnemite" IconMagnemite Mineral
"Magneton" IconMagneton Mineral
"Magnezone" IconMagnezone Mineral
"Sinistea" IconSinistea Mineral / Amorphous
"Polteageist" IconPolteageist Mineral / Amorphous
"Klefki" IconKlefki Mineral
Varoom Mineral
Revavroom Mineral
"Falinks" IconFalinks Fairy / Mineral
Glimmet Mineral
Glimmora Mineral
"Stonjourner" IconStonjourner Mineral
"Snorunt" IconSnorunt Fairy / Mineral
"Glalie" IconGlalie Fairy / Mineral
"Froslass" IconFroslass Fairy / Mineral
"Cryogonal" IconCryogonal Mineral
"Bergmite" IconBergmite Monster / Mineral
"Avalugg" IconAvalugg Monster / Mineral
Baxcalibur Dragon / Mineral

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Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Nintendo, Pokemon Company International
  • Platforms,
    Switch
  • Guide Release
    17 November 2022
  • Last Updated
    8 December 2022
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