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We’re just under a week away from The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero’s second half, The Indigo Disk, releasing for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. When The Indigo Disk launches on December 14th, it will introduce Terapagos, a small turtle Pokémon that is seemingly linked to the Terastal phenomenon, to the series. Terapagos has two forms, Normal Form, where its shell is nothing more than a small gemstone, and Terastal Form, where the shell grows to resemble a more traditional turtle, and features icons representing all 18 Pokémon types.



Being a cute Pokémon that’s featured prominently in the marketing of an upcoming release, Terapagos is, of course, getting the plushie treatment. The Pokémon Center in Japan will be getting two Terapagos plushes next week, with one plush featuring Normal Form Terapagos and one plush featuring Terastal Form Terapagos. Trainers will be able to snag these cute turtle pals from The Pokémon Center next week on December 14th, the same day that The Indigo Disk will release in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.




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