More Than 150 Familiar Pokémon Join Paldea in the 'Scarlet' and 'Violet' DLC — Full List

'Pokémon Scarlet' and 'Violet' has announced a two-part DLC sending players to new regions. Here's a breakdown of both new and returning Pokémon coming.

Anthony Jones - Author

Sep. 1 2023, Updated 2:26 p.m. ET

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The upcoming DLC for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is slowly inching closer as fans count down to the release of The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero. The DLC is said to bring a whole new school for players to study at, along with a whole host of new (and returning) Pokémon to capture with this new content.

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The Pokémon Company aims to release the upcoming content in two parts. Part 1: The Teal Mask is scheduled for Sept. 13, and Part 2: The Indigo Disk comes in winter.

Though the DLC doesn't release until Sept. 13, leakers have already managed to get their hands on most of the Pokémon that will be available in both waves. Here's what Pokémon are rumored to join the fray.

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What new Pokémon are in the 'Scarlet' and 'Violet' DLC?

In The Teal Mask, players will travel to the mountainous island of Kitakami, where they'll meet three of the new Pokémon who have protected the land: Okidogi, Munkidori, and Fezandipiti. Heralded as heroes by the residents of Kitakami, these three are beloved protectors and even have stone statues made in their likeness as gratitude from the people.

Players will also come across Ogerpon, a new Legendary Pokémon shaped like a bipedal creature, wearing a mask with multicolored gemstones over it. Leakers have confirmed that Ogerpon will have three different colors, each with a removable mask.

For The Indigo Disk, trainers will depart from the homey Kitakami to Blueberry Academy, "a sister school." Players will transfer over to Blueberry Academy as exchange students for their studies, but it's still not clear what exactly will unfold there yet.

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Another new Legendary Pokémon called Terapagos, is described as a sea creature with a shell decorated with different elemental types. It also seems to have a "glittering aura," will also appear in the DLC.

Recent leaks from @CentroLEAKS on Twitter also unveiled a new evolution of Ursaluna dubbed "Bloodmoon Ursaluna," as well as Sinistcha, another matcha-inspired Pokémon, has also been leaked.

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There are even more returning Pokémon joining 'Scarlet' and 'Violet' in the DLC.

There are plenty of Pokémon from past generations that players never could encounter in Paldea. Luckily, that will change in the upcoming Pokémon Scarlet and Violet DLC, returning old Pokémon throughout the new regions.

Plenty of returning Pokémon have been teased in trailers, but here's a breakdown of all of the confirmed Pokémon joining the Paldea national PokéDex in The Teal Mask:

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  • Ekans
  • Arbok
  • Clefairy
  • Clefable
  • Vulpix
  • Alolan Vulpix
  • Ninetales
  • Alolan Ninetales
  • Poliway
  • Poliwhirl
  • Poliwrath
  • Snorlax
  • Sentret
  • Furret
  • Hoothoot
  • Noctowl
  • Cleffa
  • Politoed
  • Aipom
  • Yanma
  • Gligar
  • Swinub
  • Piloswine
  • Poochyena
  • Mightyena
  • Seedot
  • Nuzleaf
  • Shiftry
  • Corphish
  • Crawdaunt
  • Feebas
  • Milotic
  • Duskull
  • Dusclops
  • Chimecho
  • Ambipom
  • Chingling
  • Munchlax
  • Yanmega
  • Gliscor
  • Mamoswine
  • Dusknoir
  • Timburr
  • Gurdurr
  • Conkeldurr
  • Litwick
  • Lampent
  • Chandelure
  • Phantump
  • Trevenant
  • Grubbin
  • Charjabug
  • Vikavolt
  • Jangmo-o
  • Hakamo-o
  • Kommo-o
  • Cramorant
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In addition to all of those Pokémon joining with the first half of the DLC, there are just as many Pokémon from the National Dex joining in The Indigo Disk, which releases sometime in winter 2023.

Here are all of the returning Pokémon in The Indigo Disk:

  • Bulbasaur
  • Ivysaur
  • Venusaur
  • Squirrel
  • Wartortle
  • Blastoise
  • Sandshrew
  • Alolan Sandshrew
  • Sandslash
  • Alolan Sandslash
  • Oddish
  • Gloom
  • Vileplume
  • Geodude
  • Alolan Geodude
  • Graveler
  • Alolan Graveler
  • Golem
  • Alolan Golem
  • Doduo
  • Dodrio
  • Seel
  • Dewgong
  • Exeggcute
  • Alolan Exeggutor
  • Hitmonlee
  • Hitmonchan
  • Rhyhorn
  • Rhydon
  • Horsea
  • Seadra
  • Magmar
  • Lapras
  • Chikorita
  • Bayleef
  • Meganium
  • Totodile
  • Croconaw
  • Feraligatr
  • Bellossom
  • Skarmory
  • Kingdra
  • Smeargle
  • Tyrogue
  • Hitmontop
  • Magby
  • Treecko
  • Grovel
  • Sceptile
  • Torchic
  • Combusken
  • Blaziken
  • Mudkip
  • Marshtomp
  • Swampert
  • Trapinch
  • Vibrava
  • Flygon
  • Beldum
  • Meeting
  • Metagross
  • Turtwig
  • Grotle
  • Torterra
  • Chimchar
  • Monferno
  • Infernape
  • Piplup
  • Prinplup
  • Empoleon
  • Cranidos
  • Rampardos
  • Shieldon
  • Bastiodon
  • Rhyperior
  • Magmortar
  • Snivy
  • Servine
  • Serperior
  • Tepig
  • Pignite
  • Emboar
  • Blitzle
  • Zebstrika
  • Cottonee
  • Whimsicott
  • Minccino
  • Cinccino
  • Solosis
  • Duosion
  • Reuniclus
  • Golett
  • Golurk
  • Vullaby
  • Mandibuzz
  • Espurr
  • Meowstic
  • Inkay
  • Malamar
  • Litten
  • Torracat
  • Incineroar
  • Popplio
  • Brionne
  • Primarina
  • Pikipek
  • Trumbeak
  • Toucannon
  • Milcery
  • Alcremie
  • Duraludon

Clearly, these lists are extensive. Keep an eye out for all of these when part one of the DLC drops on Sept. 13.

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