Pokemon Go Vivillon Regions Guide (2024)

Lots of pretty butterflies

Scatterbug and Vivillon
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Catching them all sometimes means also catching their alternate versions. And I’m not saying alternate as in Shiny Pokemon, as many creatures have different forms or appearances aside from shininess. Vivillon is a good example of these as he has multiple different possible patterns on his wings, something that was well transitioned to Pokemon Go.

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All Vivillon patterns are set to a specific world region, and to find each of them, you need to exchange gifts with other players with their own regions’ postcards attached to them. Pinning enough postcards will net you an encounter with a Scatterbug, which will later evolve into that pattern.

Many subreddits and groups are dedicated to it, so it should be no problem. And to help you further with that, here’s every Vivillon pattern and its specific region.

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All Vivillon Patterns Regions in Pokemon Go

There’s a total of 18 different patterns, but luckily they’re not limited to 18 regions only. Most of them can be found in multiple locations, but some remain exclusive to certain regions. Some regions will even get you multiple patterns. Gotta make those friends in those faraway places.

Archipelago

  • Caribbean
  • South Africa

Continental

  • Argentina
  • Germany 
  • Poland 
  • Denmark
  • Central Asia
  • India

Elegant

  • Japan

Garden

  • Ireland
  • New Zealand
  • United Kingdom

High Plains

  • Eastern Europe
  • United States (Western region)

Icy Snow

  • Canada (Northern region)
  • Finland
  • Greenland
  • Norway
  • Sweden

Jungle

  • Central Africa
  • Indonesia
  • Colombia
  • South America (Northern region)

Marine

  • Bulgaria
  • Chile
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Romania
  • Spain

Meadow

  • France
  • Italy

Modern

  • United States (Eastern region)

Monsoon

  • Southeast Asia

Ocean

  • Galapagos Islands
  • Hawaii
  • Madagascar

Polar

  • Alaska
  • Argentina (Southern region)
  • Canada (Eastern and Western regions)
  • Chile
  • Finland
  • Norway
  • Sweden

River

  • Egypt
  • South Africa
  • South Australia

Sandstorm

  • Middle East

Savanna

  • Brazil
  • North America

Sun

  • Madagascar
  • Mexico

Tundra

  • Iceland
  • Japan (Northern region)
  • Southern Norway
  • Sweden

Now it’s all up to you to catch them. Trading Gifts might take a while, and getting the pattern Medals gets harder as you find more and more Scatterbugs, but eventually, you’ll be done with it. Good luck, trainer!

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