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Flying Titan Pokémon seem to be a pretty intimidating prospect Big birds are not safe! But Pokémon Scarlet & Violet's big bird, while mean, isn't impassable.

For the Path of Legends, if you want to do things in the recommended order, The Open Sky Titan is second on the list.

Here's how to find and beat The Open Sky Titan in Paldea.

Pokémon Scarlet & Violet: Path of Legends - How To Beat The Open Sky Titan

How to find The Open Sky Titan

The Open Sky Titan is located high up in West Province (Area One). To get there, you can head west from Cortondo, and then head north when you hit the Pokémon Center. You'll know you're heading the right way when you see the wind farms around you and the West Paldean Sea to your left.

After Arven calls you, keep going up to approach a steep incline with rocks falling towards you. Get on your mount Pokémon and ride up the path while dodging the boulders.

If you get hit, you'll get pushed back slightly, so just keep on pushing until you reach the top of the mountain.

Then, without almost any warning, you'll be greeted by one ginormous bird at the top.

How to beat Bombirdier, The Open Sky Titan

Bombirdier is a dual Flying/Dark-type Pokémon, and despite its size, it has one huge weakness — Electric. If you have a Pawmo, Flaaffy, or a Bellibolt (if you've found a Thunder Stone), this will be a piece of cake.

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Other types strong against Flying are Rock (Klawff or Naclstack would be great here), Ice (or a Water-type with Ice moves). The addition of Dark also makes it weak to Fairy, so it's Fidough's time to shine

What Bombidier has in size, it lacks in defenses, especially if you have one of its weaknesses. Take it down low in the first phase before it once again runs off.

You won't need to chase it here, as a cutscene will play. Arven will join you for the next phase.

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Do exactly what you did in the first part of the fight, and you'll get a Herba Mystica and an upgrade for Koraidon/Miraidon as a reward.

This isn't Sesame Street, so this big bird has to go. Let us know if you found this walkthrough helpful, and find out where you can find more Pokémon, battles, items, and more, by checking out the rest of our Pokémon Scarlet and Violet walkthrough guides.