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There are some new Pokémon coming to Pokémon Scarlet & Violet. During the Pokémon Presents earlier today, developers announced new Pokemon that would be part of the upcoming The Teal Mask and The Indigo Disk DLC.

Here are all the new Pokémon confirmed so far for the Pokémon Scarlet & Violet DLC.


The first new Pokémon is Dipplin, a grass/dragon type that looks like an evolution of Applin and Archaludon but coated in caramel. The drippy fruit-like Pokémon features a round, apple-shaped body, big eyes, a long stem, and a thick, lizard-looking tail. The big eyes turn into a whole lizard's head when the creature inside the dangerous apple pokes out the top.


Then there’s Archaludon, another new evolution — this time for Duraludon. Like Duraludon, Archaludon looks like a two-legged lizard has met a gigantic cyborg. This time, however, it features some blue shield-like detailing in the front that makes it look even more imposing.


Munkidori is a small-scale legendary Pokémon that is able to poison multiple enemies with the Toxic Chain ability. Munkidori looks like a long-furred monkey with a drowsy expression and some blue features.


Another Toxic Chain wielder is Okidogi. Similar to Incineroar, Okidogi looks like a muscular furry that’s ready for a fight. Its massive upper body makes it seem likely that this Pokémon will be fighting type and poison type. Some also wonder if it’s half grass and half poison, however, due to green coloring beneath its armor-like fur.


Fezandipiti is the third confirmed Toxic Chain user. This poison type is probably also flying type since it appears to be a bird. It features sharp, long talons on its claws, majestic wings with individual feathers, and a long, curly tail.


This mysterious Pokémon appears to be wearing a mask, which makes sense since the DLC is called The Teal Mask. It’s hard to tell what lies beyond this mask except for glowing eyes and tree-like features. A green, leaf-like upper body gives way to brown, trunk-like legs.


The Indigo Disk is getting Terapagos, a large turtle with a kaleidoscope-inspired shell. When you look close enough, you can see the symbols for all 18 types on its shell, which has trainers wondering if you’ll be able to choose its Tera-type.

Paradox Raikou: Raging Bolt

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The Paradox version of Raikou looks more giraffe-like than its previous form thanks to the yellow and black coloring and its insanely long neck. It’s so long, in fact, that its head is past some built-in clouds. Like Raikou, you’ll see a blue lightning-shaped tail and matching whiskers. It’s sort of unpleasant altogether.

Paradox Cobalion: Iron Crown

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This version of Cobalion is a bit more intense thanks to the massive glowing, green horns on its head. Its mechanical-looking deer body features gold and green armor against a blue base. It definitely has a very solid and aggressive look.