How to find the Leftovers in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Leftovers
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How to find the Leftovers in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

You don't have to catch Snorlax this time around

Out of all of the held items in the Pokémon franchise, one of the most well-known and sought-after is the Leftovers. This rotting apple item allows the Pokémon that holds it to gain 1/16 of their HP back after every turn while they’re in battle. This item is terrific for both casual and competitive play and has been since it was originally introduced. In the newest title, Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, players can go about acquiring Leftovers in one of two ways.

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Below, we’ll explain both ways in-depth so players can accurately understand exactly how to add Leftovers to their inventory in Scarlet and Violet.

Finding Leftovers in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

The first way you can acquire Leftovers is the easiest, but also the most expensive. You can buy Leftovers for a steep price of $20,000 Poké Dollars at the Delibird Presents store in Cascarrafa. Just make your way to Cascarrafa, enter the building with Delibird on the store sign, and buy as many Leftovers as your bank will allow.

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Leftovers
The exact location of Leftovers in Medali. | Provided by Nintendo

If you don’t want to spend any money on Leftovers, then you’ll want to head to the city of Medali. Here, you’ll find Leftovers sitting in a Poké Ball in the middle of the city. To find it, go to the town’s big amphitheater, but not in it, and then look to the left. There will be some street vendors selling food, specifically skewers, directly behind the ampitheater. In between these street vendors, on the back wall, there will be a Poké Ball sitting on the ground next to a street lamp. This will contain Leftovers, which you can now give to any one of your Pokémon in Scarlet and Violet.

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