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What is the qickest way, find it in the wild or breed for it. and if so, what is the item needed for an egg to hatch into roselia.


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The fastest way to encounter Roselia is in Axew's Eye. Roselia has a 40% Spawn Rate in the Overcast Weather from wild encounters.. The next fastest way is in South Lake Miloch with a 30% Chance in Overcast Weather and a 20% chance in Intense Sun, both are Wild Encounters.
Source: https://pokemondb.net/pokedex/roselia
Hope this helps!

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In terms of game progress, the first place Roselia can be encountered is in the Rolling Fields. In a crevice where the TM for Tail Slap, there is a wandering Roselia (unless there's a thunderstorm or blizzard) which can be encountered and caught

As a random encounter, some can be found in South Lake Miloch where they are random encounters at 30% chance in overcase and 20% chance in harsh sunlight.

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Roselia spawns at

Axew's Eye, South Lake Miloch, Giant's Mirror, Dusty Bowl, Rolling Fields
Bridge Field, Dappled Grove, East Lake Axewell, Giant's Cap, Giant's Mirror, Hammerlocke Hills, Motostoke Riverbank, North Lake Miloch, Stony Wilderness (Max Raid Battle)

so I think it's safe to assume that it's fairly easy to find in the wild.

As for encounter rates:

Axew's Eye - 40% encounter rate as a Random Encounter while it's Cloudy.

South Lake Miloch - 30% encounter rate as a random encounter when it's Cloudy, and 20% in Harsh Sunlight.

Giant's Mirror - 20% encounter rate as a random encounter when it's Cloudy.

Dusty Bowl - 10% encounter rate as a random encounter when it's Cloudy.

Rolling Fields - wanderer, found in normal weather, Cloudy weather, Rain, Snow, Harsh Sunlight, a Sandstorm, and in Fog.

Bridge Field - can be found in a Raid Den, with a 0% spawn rate in 1 star raids, 20% spawn rate in 2 star raids, 40% spawn rate in 3 star raids, and it can't be found in any other level.


I'll stop there because I think you get the point. Roselia is fairly easy to catch in the wild. In my opinion, that's the method you should use.

Hope this helps! :)