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All New Known DLC Pokemon for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Give me this fuzzy turtle ASAP

by Daphne Fama

For all you fans of Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, there’s good news! Five new Pokemon have been revealed, which will be catchable in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet’s newest DLC: The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero. Here are all the new known DLC Pokemon for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

All New Known DLC Pokemon for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

On February 27, 2023, the Pokemon Company announced Pokemon Scarlet and Violet’s DLC, The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero, which will be released in two parts. The first part, The Teal Mask, features a school trip to the land of Kitakami and will release in the fall of 2023.

The second part of the DLC is titled The Indigo Disk, and features your exchange stay at the Blueberry Academy. There, you’ll stay at an ocean-side school that’s known for its fierce Pokemon battles. The Indigo Disk will release in the winter of 2023.

So far, we only know of five Pokemon that will feature in the DLC. They are:

Ogerpon, the Legendary Pokemon of The Teal Mask

In a description from the Pokemon Company site, we learn that Ogerpon is a Legendary Pokemon for The Teal Mask. Apparently, its fearsome visage is actually a mask!

Terapagos, the Legendary Pokemon of The Indigo Disk

In Part 2 of the DLC, trainers will meet the opalescent Terapagos. All of the elements are represented on its faceted shell, and its frills are diamond features are reminiscent of Aurorus. But it’s too early to tell if there’s any relation between the two.

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The remaining three Pokemon we know of so far are all a part of the Teal Mask and are likely inspired by the myth of Momotarō. They are:


Okidogi looks like a good doggy to me! This pup is clearly inspired by the Shiba Inu and possibly the Dogi, a judo uniform. Its coloring implies Dark or Poison-typing, but time will tell.


Munkidori is truly hunky dory. This mischievous-looking monkey looks like he has a samurai haircut, called chonmage, but how honorable is he?


Fezandipiti might be my favorite of the bunch! Inspired by the pheasant, this lovely Pokemon has its obi tied in the front, perhaps inspired by how they were tied during the Edo period or by the oiran kimono. Its name is also likely a combination of Pheasant and Serendipity.

If you want to know more about Pokemon Scarlet and Violet’s DLC, check out our article here!

Daphne Fama

A lawyer turned game journalist, Daphne Fama spends an inordinate amount of time playing games across the spectrum but she'll always have a soft spot for horror and JPRGs. Want to see all the best animal pictures the internet has to offer? Follow her on twitter at @DaphneFama.