All Kitakami Pokédex Rewards in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet: The Teal Mask Listed

Gotta catch all the items!

A screenshot of Prof. Jacq in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet: The Teal Mask.
Screenshot by Prima Games

The Teal Mask continues Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s wonderful initiative of rewarding the player at certain milestones while completing their Pokédex. These range from evolution items you can use to fill out even more pages of your Pokédex to training-centric items. Below, you’ll find a list of all 12 Kitakami Pokédex completion rewards

All Pokémon Scarlet & Violet: The Teal Mask Kitakami Pokédex Rewards Listed

  • 90 Pokémon caught: PP Up x1.
  • 100 Pokémon caught: Bottle Cap x1.
  • 110 Pokémon caught: Razor Fang x1.
  • 120 Pokémon caught: Love Ball x1.
  • 130 Pokémon caught: Star Piece x5.
  • 140 Pokémon caught: Prism Scale x1.
  • 150 Pokémon caught: Comet Shard x3.
  • 160 Pokémon caught: Friend Ball x1.
  • 170 Pokémon caught: Reaper Cloth x1.
  • 180 Pokémon caught: Heavy Ball x1.
  • 190 Pokémon caught: PP Max x1.
  • 200 Pokémon caught (complete Kitakami Pokédex): Moon Ball x1.

How to Claim the Kitakami Pokédex Rewards 

Press – to open the Pokédex, then select the Kitakami Pokédex to the right of the standard Paldea Pokédex. Once in the Kitakami Pokédex, press the X button to bring up the rewards. Fortunately, the game will give notifications in the upper right of the screen every time a new reward is available to be collected, so it’s easier to remember to pick them up as you go along. 

After completing the Pokédex, you’ll receive a Pokédex completion mark on your profile separate from the completion mark you earn for completing the standard Paldea Pokédex. You can also find Prof. Jacq on Reveler’s Road for even more rewards, which you can read about in our guide.

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