Scarlet Nexus Bandeau Pendu Analysis Location and How to Farm

Scarlet Nexus Bandeau Pendu Analysis is tough to find, but we'll guide you to it.

If you’re looking for the Scarlet Nexus Bandeau Pendu Analysis, there’s a good reason you’re having trouble finding it. The Bandeau Pendu lives in one particular area of the Scarlet Nexus map, and it’s a location you won’t get access to for a while.

Beyond that, it’s also a very rare material, meaning you’ll probably have to farm a fair bit to get it. Our Scarlet Nexus Bandeau Pendu Analysis guide is here to point you in the right direction.

How to Get the Bandeau Pendu Analysis

Bandy Pendu flying next to its purple shade.

Bandeau Pendu analysis is, like many other materials, a suppression-type material obtained from defeating Others. You’ll use these in the exchange shop for higher-level items and gifts, and as mentioned, it does require some grinding.

That’s because, unlike other analysis materials, the Bandeau Pendu analysis has a four-star rarity rating. Chances are, you won’t get this the first time you defeat a Bandeau Pendu and probably not even the fourth time unless you’re lucky.

Bandeau Pendu Location

Arashi attacking Major General Karen.

Bandeau Pendu are in the Mizuhagawa Construction Site on the second and third floor. You’ll visit the construction site early in both campaigns, but you don’t get access to its other areas until Phase 6.

Bandeau Pendu moves at hyper-fast speeds. While you can use Luka’s teleportation power to move in for quick strikes, getting Bandeau Pendu analysis requires you to use Brain Crush.

Arashi’s hypervelocity or Kagero’s invisibility will be your friends for that, since you can use psychokinesis to drain the Pendu’s crush meter and trigger Brain Crush. Bring along SAS restoring drinks so you can keep the link going for longer if need be.

Rinse and repeat until you get the Bandeau Pendu analysis you need.

That’s all you need to know about Scarlet Nexus Bandeau Pendu analysis, but be sure to check out our other Scarlet Nexus guides for more tips.


Josh Broadwell started gaming in the early '90s. But it wasn't until 2017 he started writing about them, after finishing two history degrees and deciding a career in academia just wasn't the best way forward. You'll usually find him playing RPGs, strategy games, or platformers, but he's up for almost anything that seems interesting.

Published Jun. 30th 2021

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