Every new Pokemon in Scarlet & Violet DLC: The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero

Luca Di Marzo
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The Mochi Mayhem Epilogue Quest is here to close the story of Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, as well as The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero DLC. With the Scarlet and Violet experience completed, here are all the new Pokemon added to the game, including the last Epilogue addition.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet have been a major success for the Pokemon franchise ever since their release in 2022. The two games have become some of the best-selling titles in the franchise’s history, and now players can enjoy the full experience thanks to the Hidden Treasure of Area Zero DLC.

With the official release of The Indigo Disk, trainers can now encounter brand-new Pokemon in Scarlet and Violet, so here are all the latest arrivals in the franchise.

All new Pokemon in Scarlet & Violet DLC: Hidden Treasure of Area Zero

The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero DLC for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is split up into two content drops. The first, titled The Teal Mask, arrived on September 13, 2023. Meanwhile, The Indigo Disk was released on December 14, 2023.

Now that The Indigo Disk is out, 16 new Pokemon have been revealed. Let’s take a look at the new Pokemon that arrived with Scarlet and Violet DLC.

Fezandipiti, Okidogi & Munkidori

Players will find Okidogi, Munkidori, and Fezandipiti statues in Kitakami.

The Teal Mask introduces players to Okidogi, Munkidori, and Fezandipiti. Each of the three new introductions seemed to be based on a dog, monkey, and pheasant, respectively.

This trio of Pokemon is worshipped by the people of Kitakami, the area you visit in The Teal Mask portion of the Scarlet and Violet DLC.

Okidogi is a dual Poison and Fighting-type Pokemon, Munkidori is a Poison and Psychic-type Pokemon, while Fezandipiti is a dual Poison and Fairy-type Pokemon. The three of them have the brand-new Ability called Toxic Chain, which gives them a high chance to poison opponents any time they attack.


The mysterious Ogerpon seems to be based on an oni, which is an ogre of Japanese folklore.

Ogerpon is the Legendary Pokemon mascot for The Teal Mask, and Scarlet and Violet players experience an interesting adventure with the new creature.

While Ogerpon’s face was leaked a few weeks before launch, players discovered the Legendary Pokemon has many different masks. Depending on the mask it’s wearing, Ogerpon can have different types and Abilities to endure particular situations.

Ogerpon also has a unique Terastallized state that differs from everything we’ve seen so far about this mechanic.


Scarlet and Violet DLC Pokemon

It was finally confirmed that the unique turtle Pokemon seen above is none other than Terapagos in its Normal Form. The Scarlet and Violet DLC blog confirmed the news for this Legendary that makes an appearance in The Indigo Disk after being teased in the Pokemon Horizons anime series.

Terastal Form Terapagos is the other Legendary Pokemon mascot for The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero DLC. Terapagos appeared in Scarlet and Violet as drawing in a book that deemed it the Disk Pokemon. Given its mysterious appearance, fan theories involving Terapagos are running rampant.

Elemental symbols with each of the Pokemon types can be seen on its back, which further adds to the interesting lore of Terapagos.


Dipplin in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet
Dipplin is Applin’s new evolution in the Pokemon franchise.

The Teal Mask also introduced players to new creatures from the land of Kitakami, and one of them is Dipplin, a new evolution of the Apple Core Pokemon Applin.

Dipplin is a dual Grass and Dragon-type Pokemon, just like Applin’s evolutions Flapple and Appletun. Check out our guide on how to get Dipplin in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

Dipplin also introduced players to a new move and a new exclusive Ability. Syrup Bomb is a Grass-type special attack that coats the target in syrup and causes its Speed stat to lower each turn for three turns. In addition, the Supersweet Syrup Ability activates when Dipplin enters a battle, and it lowers the evasiveness of opponents.


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The Indigo Disk added a new evolution to Applin’s line.

As many players deduced from The Teal Mask, Dipplin received a brand-new evolution in The Indigo Disk called Hydrapple. The new creature is also a dual Dragon and Grass-type Pokemon, but getting it requires a lot more effort than Dipplin. It’s worth noting that neither Applin nor Dipplin are available to catch in the second DLC, so you’ll need to get them on Kitakami first.

If you’re having trouble trying to get it in The Indigo Disk, we have a complete guide on how to get Hydrapple in the game.

Poltchageist & Sinistcha

Poltchageist in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet
Poltchageist debuted in The Teal Mask.

In the land of Kitakami, trainers will also meet Poltchageist. Its official description says it shares similarities with Sinistea instead of Polteageist. As players predicted, this means Poltchageist has an evolution called Sinistcha. Here’s our guide on how to get Poltchageist and Sinistcha in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

Both are dual Grass and Ghost-type Pokemon, and they were introduced in a promotional video showcasing an obscure legend. These new Pokemon use matcha powder to fix cracks and broken objects but need to drain the life force out of humans and other creatures to do so.

Like many Pokemon on this list, Poltchageist and Sinistcha introduced players to a new Ability: Hospitality. This Ability restores some of the allies’ HP when Poltchageist or Sinistcha enter the battle.

Blood Moon Ursaluna

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Bloodmoon Ursaluna is a standalone creature found in the Land of Kitakami.

The Kitakami Pokedex also introduced players to a new form of Ursaluna in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. This new creature is known as Bloodmoon Ursaluna, but players won’t be able to get it by evolving Ursaring.

Instead, they’ll need to complete many quests provided by Perrin, one of the new characters introduced in The Teal Mask. Here’s how to catch Bloodmoon Ursaluna in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

Raging Bolt & Iron Crown

Raging Bolt and Iron Crown in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet
New Paradox Pokemon will arrive with The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero.

After a couple of Tera Raid Battle events featuring Paradox versions of Legendary Pokemon, The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero will also bring two new Legendary creatures to Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

Raging Bolt is the Paradox version of Raikou, and it will feature in Pokemon Scarlet’s Tera Raid Battles. On the other hand, Iron Crown is Paradox Cobalion, and it will be available only for Pokemon Violet players.

These Paradox Pokemon can be obtained in The Indigo Disk DLC by completing Perrin’s questline, so be on the lookout for the photographer.

Gouging Fire & Iron Boulder

Gouging Fire in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet The Indigo Disk DLC
The Indigo Disk brought even more Paradox Pokemon to the franchise.

Trainers can also get Paradox Pokemon Gouging Fire and Iron Boulder thanks to the arrival of the Indigo Disk DLC. Gouging Fire is the Paradox version of Entei and it’s a Fire/Dragon-type Pokemon, while Iron Boulder is the Paradox version of Terrakion, and it’s a Rock/Psychic-type Pokemon.

As with Raging Bolt and Iron Crown, these creatures can also be obtained by completing Perrin’s new quests. Gougin Fire is only available in Pokemon Scarlet, while Iron Boulder is a Pokemon Violet exclusive.


Archaludon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet
Duraludon’s evolution will arrive with The Indigo Disk DLC.

Gen 8’s Duraludon got its own evolution called Archaludon in Part Two of The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero, The Indigo Disk. Archaludon can extend its torso during battle, and it resembles a steel bridge.

Archaludon also introduced a new move to the Pokemon franchise. Electro Shot is an Electric-type special move that can be affected by weather conditions. Archaludon’s structure allows it to gather static electricity to fire a high-voltage bolt of electricity. However, under rainy weather conditions, Archaludon can immediately fire off this attack without having to spend time charging it up.

If you want to know how to get this new Pokemon, you can check our guide on how to get Archaludon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.


Players can now tackle the Mochi Mayhem Epilogue Quest to catch Pecharunt after they finish all the DLC story content of both The Teal Mask and The Indigo Disk expansions.

To start this quest, be sure to follow our detailed guide on how to get the Mythical Pecha Berry and get to the bottom of Kieran’s strange behavior. Pecharunt can be captured at the end of the Epilogue Quest, so prepare for a tough battle.

Pecharunt in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

All returning Pokemon in Scarlet & Violet DLC

In addition to brand-new Pokemon making their debut in Scarlet and Violet, the DLC also adds returning Pokemon to the Pokedex.

The following Pokemon are available in Scarlet and Violet with the release of The Teal Mask and The Indigo Disk.

The Teal Mask Pokedex

Generation 1 (Kanto)

  • Vulpix
  • Ninetales
  • Snorlax
  • Poliwag
  • Poliwhirl
  • Poliwrath
  • Clefairy
  • Clefable
  • Ekans
  • Arbok

Generation 2 (Johto)

  • Sentret
  • Furret
  • Hoothoot
  • Noctowl
  • Yanma
  • Yanmega
  • Aipom (Violet)
  • Wooper
  • Quagsire
  • Gligar (Scarlet)
  • Cleffa
  • Politoed
  • Swinub
  • Piloswine

Generation 3 (Hoenn)

  • Poochyena
  • Mightyena
  • Seedot
  • Nuzleaf
  • Shiftry
  • Feebas
  • Milotic
  • Chimecho
  • Corphish
  • Crawdaunt
  • Duskull
  • Dusclops

Generation 4 (Sinnoh)

  • Chingling
  • Munchlax
  • Ambipom (Violet)
  • Gliscor (Scarlet)
  • Mamoswine
  • Dusknoir

Generation 5 (Unova)

  • Timburr
  • Gurdurr
  • Conkeldurr
  • Litwick
  • Lampent
  • Chandelure

Generation 6 (Kalos)

  • Phantump
  • Trevenant

Generation 7 (Alola)

  • Grubbin
  • Charjabug
  • Vikavolt
  • Jangmo-o
  • Hakamo-o
  • Kommo-o

Generation 8 (Galar)

  • Cramorant (Scarlet)
  • Morpeko (Violet)

The Indigo Disk

Generation 1 (Kanto)

  • Charmander
  • Charmeleon
  • Charizard
  • Bulbasaur
  • Ivysaur
  • Venusaur
  • Squirtle
  • Wartortle
  • Blastoise
  • Seel
  • Dewgong
  • Rhyhorn
  • Rhydon
  • Magmar
  • Doduo
  • Dodrio
  • Lapras
  • Sanshrew
  • Sandslash
  • Exeggcute
  • Exeggutor
  • Hitmonlee
  • Hitmonchan
  • Oddish
  • Gloom
  • Vileplume
  • Geodude
  • Graveler
  • Golem

Generation 2 (Johto)

  • Magby
  • Tyrogue
  • Hitmontop
  • Skarmory
  • Bellossom
  • Cyndaquil
  • Quilava
  • Typhlosion
  • Chikorita
  • Bayleef
  • Maganium
  • Totodile
  • Croconaw
  • Feraligatr

Generation 3 (Hoenn)

  • Treecko
  • Grovyle
  • Sceptile
  • Torchic
  • Combusken
  • Blaziken
  • Mudkip
  • Marshtomp
  • Swampert
  • Beldum
  • Metang
  • Metagross
  • Trapinch
  • Vibrava
  • Flygon

Generation 4 (Sinnoh)

  • Turtwig
  • Grotle
  • Torterra
  • Piplup
  • Prinplup
  • Empoleon
  • Chimchar
  • Monferno
  • Infernape
  • Magmortar
  • Rhyperior
  • Shieldon
  • Bastiodon
  • Cranidos
  • Rampardos

Generation 5 (Unova)

  • Snivy
  • Servine
  • Serperior
  • Tepig
  • Pignite
  • Emboar
  • Oshawott
  • Dewott
  • Samurott
  • Vullaby
  • Mandibuzz
  • Solosis
  • Duosion
  • Reuniclus
  • Golett
  • Golurk
  • Minccino
  • Cinccino
  • Cottonee
  • Whimsicott
  • Blitzle
  • Zebstrika

Generation 6 (Kalos)

  • Froakie
  • Frogadier
  • Greninja
  • Fennekin
  • Braixen
  • Delphox
  • Chespin
  • Quilladin
  • Chesnaught
  • Espurr
  • Meowstic
  • Inkay
  • Malamar

Generation 7 (Alola)

  • Rowlet
  • Dartrix
  • Decidueye
  • Litten
  • Torracat
  • Incineroar
  • Popplio
  • Brionne
  • Primarina
  • Pikipek
  • Trumbeak
  • Toucannon
  • Alolan Exeggutor
  • Alolan Geodude
  • Alolan Graveler
  • Alolan Golem

Generation 8 (Galar)

  • Grookey
  • Thwackey
  • Rillaboom
  • Scorbunny
  • Raboot
  • Cinderace
  • Sobble
  • Drizzle
  • Inteleon
  • Milcery
  • Alcremie

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