Pokémon Scarlet & Violet — 17 November, 2022

The newest games in the Pokémon franchise, Pokémon Scarlet & Pokémon Violet are starting to be released around the world! As usual we are busy cataloguing all the new information for the games such as new Pokémon, moves, abilities and locations.

The home page and top-level Scarlet/Violet page will not contain spoilers,and the new Pokémon will not be shown on pages such as the National Pokédex for two weeks. However, following links from the SV section will show the new information. Also on PokéBase there is a button on the right hand side to hide questions tagged scarlet-violet.

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Pokémon Scarlet & Violet — 08 November, 2022

A new trailer has been released for Pokémon Scarlet & Violet. For the most part it recaps things we’ve already seen to the tune of Ed Sheeran’s Celestial (which is part of the soundtrack to the game), but near the end some brief shots of new Pokémon are seen. They bear a resemblance to Donphan, and according to the press release are known as Great Tusk and Iron Treads.

The two Pokémon are exclusive to Scarlet & Violet respectively, and are part of the Scarlet Book / Violet Book which are ancient tomes written about an expedition in the past.

Pokémon Scarlet & Violet — 06 November, 2022

Following on from yesterday’s addition to Pokémon GO, today a new trailer was released which confirms the Pokémon to be Gimmighoul. It is Ghost type and has two forms – Roaming Form, which is the one appearing in GO – and Chest Form, where it tries to get people to give it coins.

The Pokémon GO website also added an update, confirming that linking Scarlet/Violet with GO will allow catching the Roaming Form in GO, which can then be transferred (via HOME) to SV.

Pokémon Scarlet & Violet — 05 November, 2022

A new Pokémon has surfaced, following Dratini Community Day in Pokémon GO (which runs from 2-5pm on Saturday 5th). Yesterday its model was found in GO data and leaked by PokeMiners on Twitter.

At 5pm, this creature begins following the player around the map, however, it is not catchable (and may not be a real Pokémon, in the vein of Zygarde cells). Several PokéStops turn gold and many items can be acquired from them, including a ?????? Coin which is apparently from the Paldea region.

UPDATE: a new website chest.pokemon.com was unveiled by the Pokémon Twitter account. It has a treasure chest which updates periodically. As I discovered, it’s set to update at specific intervals, concluding at 24 hours and 999 coins (1pm GMT/6am PT), with something else happening an hour later at 2pm GMT/7am PT – possibly a new trailer!

Site Updates — 03 November, 2022

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Big changes are coming to the world of Pokémon! Get ready for the premiere of a brand-new animated series featuring an original story and characters, including a girl and a boy, as they set off on action-packed adventures across the Pokémon world.

This new series will highlight popular Pokémon like first partners Sprigatito, Fuecoco, and Quaxly from the Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet video games. Fans can look forward to these characters’ incredible journeys as they unravel the mysteries of the Pokémon world, experiencing everything from exciting Trainer battles to fun Pokémon encounters.

The upcoming story will debut after the conclusion of the current season of the Pokémon animation, Pokémon Ultimate Journeys: The Series, which features Ash Ketchum, Pikachu, and his other Pokémon winning the Masters Eight Tournament of the Pokémon World Coronation Series.

Following Ash’s historic win as Pokémon World Champion—the culmination of his adventures spanning 25 seasons—fans will be able to commemorate his journey with a collection of special episodes to conclude Pokémon Ultimate Journeys: The Series and provide a glimpse of what the future may hold for the world’s strongest Trainer. The forthcoming special episodes not only celebrate our hero’s monumental achievement, but they also serve as an expression of gratitude from Pokémon to all the fans who have joined Ash and Pikachu along the way.

Fans can look forward to what’s to come in the new animated series, which will represent everything they love about Pokémon animation, including action, adventure, friendship, and—of course—Pokémon.

More details regarding the new Pokémon animated series will be revealed in the future. To keep up to date with the latest news, continue to visit Pokemon.com, follow @Pokemon on social media, and subscribe to the official Pokémon YouTube Channel.

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The Nintendo Switch is approaching five years old, and it has already seen more Pokémon games than some of its predecessors had in their entire lifetimes. With the console’s immense popularity and the recent release of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet on Nov. 18, 2022, the Switch just might outpace progenitors like the 3DS. That said, despite the vast collection of Pokémon games on the Switch only very few are objectively good.

The Switch is home to some Pokémon games that provoke praise from critics, while others prompt confusion. Using an average of each title’s Metacritic and Internet Games Database score, the numbers suggest there have been significant fluctuations in quality between releases.

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11. Pokémon Quest is a Forgettable Voxel Experience (62/100)

Pokémon Quest is a free-to-play action-adventure game that also released on iOS and Android devices. The title features a Minecraft-styled voxel take on the Pokémon world, with blocky iterations of the original Kanto-region Pokémon. The game is set on Turnblecube Island and players build up their base, in addition to teams of Pokémon. Pokémon are used to tackle the island’s challenges, eliminating the wild Pokémon from the area.

Pokémon Quest is the worst received Pokémon game on the Switch and released in 2018 to its fair share of criticism. Namely, Pokémon Quest‘s energy system and forgettable gameplay drew a negative response from reviewers. However, critics did praise the game for its ease of access for casual players looking to pick it up.

10. Pokémon Café Mix Shows Puzzle Games May Not Be the Way Forward (64/100)

Pokémon Café Mix is a free-to-play puzzle game that saw a simultaneous release on mobile platforms. The game puts players…

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We’re glad you’re here! We’re striving to be the best resource about the Pokémon World on the net, so we cover all aspects of Nintendo’s smash hit. Whatever knowledge you have—whether it’s about the anime, card game, video game or movies—everything is welcome here. Just sign up for a totally free account and start contributing today! If you run into problems, be sure to give one of our admins a shout! Oh, and don’t forget to visit our guidelines and Manual of Style to get some tips on the best ways you can help us grow this database!

The Pokémon wiki was started in 2005 and thus far has 19,624 pages, 1,596,924 edits, and has 317 active users today!

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Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are here, introducing us to the region of Paldea and a new Pokedex packed with 400 Pokemon for you to find and catch, if you’re up to the challenge. That said, over 100 Pokemon are new to Generation 9, are fresh evolutions of fan-favourite Pokemon, or take on new forms as Paradox Pokemon.

Two industry experts discuss Paldea’s starters.

With that in mind, it’s hard to know what to battle or even catch when you aren’t entirely sure what you’re looking for, or which older Pokemon can evolve in new ways. So, we’ve stepped in to introduce you to Pokemon Scarlet and Violet’s brand-new Gen 9 Pokemon and evolutions. Credit for some of the late-game data goes to the excellent Pokemon Database, Serebii.

Without further ado, here are all of Gen 9’s new Pokemon and evolutions in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet New Pokemon

First and foremost, we should talk about the Paldean starters, and their evolutions.

  • Fuecoco → Crocalor → Skeledirge
  • Quaxly → Quaxwell → Quaquaval
  • Sprigatito → Floragato → Meowscarada

Now, let’s talk about the brand-new Pokemon introduced in Gen 9. If you’re specifically looking into older Pokemon with new evolutions, you’ll find that information below this list.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet New Evolutions

In Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, we’ve been privy to some older, classic Pokemon getting all-new evolutions. Some of these are great, while others are incredibly questionable, such as Dudunsparce.

How they managed to make Wooper’s new evolution just as cute as he is, I don’t know.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet New Paradox Pokemon

Paradox Pokemon are variations on fan-favourite Pokemon that can be found after Pokemon Scarlet and Violet’s endgame, in the Great Crater of Paldea.

Each version of the game has its own exclusive Paradox Pokemon, too.

Pokemon Scarlet Paradox Pokemon

Here are the all-new Paradox Pokemon exclusive to Pokemon Scarlet.

  • Brute Bonnet (Grass/Dark-type Amoonguss)
  • Flutter Mane (Ghost/Fairy-type Misdreavus)
  • Great Tusk (Ground/Fighting-type Donphan)
  • Koraidon
  • Roaring Moon (Dragon/Dark-type Mega Salamence)
  • Sandy Shocks (Electric/Ground-type Magneton)
  • Scream Tail (Fairy/Psychic-type Jigglypuff)
  • Slither Wing (Bug/Fighting-type Volcarona)

Pokemon Violet Paradox Pokemon

Here are the all-new Paradox Pokemon exclusive to Pokemon Violet.

  • Iron Bundle (Ice/Water-type Delibird)
  • Iron Jugulis (Dark/Flying-type Hydreigon)
  • Iron Treads (Ground/Steel-type Donphan)
  • Iron Hands (Fighting/Electric-type Hariyama)
  • Miraidon
  • Iron Moth (Fire/Posion-type Volcarona)
  • Iron Thorns (Rock/Electric-type Tyranitar)
  • Iron Valiant (Fairy/Fighting-type Gallade, or Gardevoir)

There you have it. Those are all the new Pokemon to look out for in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, and we’ll be sure to add more information to this page as we gradually figure out where to find and how to evolve each monster.

In the meantime, be sure to stock up on Evolution Stones, and check out how to breed your Pokemon if you’re trying for all the Eeveelutions and…

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The Pokemon anime is bringing in a pair of new protagonists to replace Ash Ketchum. Earlier today, The Pokemon Company announced that Ash Ketchum would be stepping back as the protagonist of the long-running Pokemon anime after a 25-year journey. While Ash’s story will wrap up in an 11-episode special that will air in 2023, the main Pokemon series would continue with a pair of new protagonists named Liko and Roy, who will explore the Paldea region alongside Sprigatito, Fuecoco, and Quaxly. Also appearing in the new Pokemon anime is a Shiny Rayquaza, who will somehow tie into the plot of the show. You can check out a first look at the new protagonists down below: 

Fans were quick to point out that Liko seems to have some suspicious similarities to Ash Ketchum. Not only do they have the same hair color and a few short curls that resemble Ash’s hair spikes, she also wears a hairpin shaped like the iconic “L” on Ash’s first Pokemon League cap. While Ash has brown eyes, we’ll also point out that Liko has blue eyes just like Serena. 

No other details were given about the new Pokemon anime series, other than that it will kick off in April 2023 after the conclusion of the Pokemon Ultimate Journeys anime series in Japan. Fans will have a few more months to follow Ash on the last leg of his journey before they watch a new generation of protagonist take their first steps in the franchise. 

Let us know what you think about the new protagonists in the comment section and be sure to tune into A Wild Podcast Has Appeared on Monday to get all the news and analysis about this major Pokemon news. 

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