Ever since Pokémon Sun & Moon, there have been variants of pre-existing Pokémon species known as regional forms. Until recently, if one wanted to catch one of these forms in the wild, they would have no choice but to do so in that Pokémon’s own region. Fortunately, The Indigo Disk DLC in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet allows players to obtain nearly all of these special Pokémon natively in the wild! Find out how in our guide below:
The first area Trainers gain access to within the Terarium is the vast Savannah Biome. This sector is home to two regional forms: Kantonian Tauros and Exeggutor roaming around in the northeast. Note that Exeggutor’s Alolan form can be found in the Terarium as well in a later section.
The Coastal Biome is a tropical paradise, and as one might expect, is largely populated by Pokémon hailing from Alola. Wild Alolan Exeggutor, Grimer, and Muk can be found scattered around the overworld, but that isn’t all! In the Torchlit Labyrinth, the entrance to which is shown below, players can also find Alolan Diglett and Dugtrio as well as Galarian Slowpoke.
As rugged as they come, the Canyon Biome is home to many Rock-Type Pokémon. Trainers will find Alolan Geodude and Graveler along the eastern and southern border of the area. The Hisuian evolution of Scyther, Kleavor, can also be found rarely around a small pool of water in the center of the quadrant, as seen in the image below.
Lastly comes the frigid Polar Biome in the northwest. In Pokémon Scarlet, Alolan Vulpix can be found in the southern half of the sector, pretty much anywhere that isn’t water. The same is true in Pokémon Violet, but with Alolan Sandshrew instead. In the water around the northeast, Hisuian Qwilfish can be spotted swimming along as well!
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