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Cassiopeia (Japanese: カシオペア Cassiopeia) is a character in the ★ Starfall Street ★ story in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. They recruit the player into Operation Starfall. For most of the game, they are unseen and only communicate with the player via their Rotom Phone.
In the core series
★ Starfall Street ★
Cassiopeia first interacts with the player in the school's cafeteria through their Rotom Phone, having hacked it in order to reach them. They recruit the player into their mission, Operation Starfall, which is to bring down Team Star by defeating its five squad bosses, scattered around Paldea in their respective bases, and their "big boss" who founded the team.
When the player is close to a base, Cassiopeia will call and brief them on the base and its squad boss. Once the player has defeated the squad boss, Cassiopeia will call again and reward the player with League Points and an increased variety of TMs in the TM Machine. Cassiopeia also summons Penny of Operation Starfall's supply unit to give the player a bonus reward, which is a lot of Pokémon materials. Clive gives the player their bonus reward instead of Penny after the player has defeated their fifth base.
The player is rewarded with increasing quantities of LP after defeating each squad boss for the first time.
- 5,000 for defeating one squad boss.
- 6,000 for defeating two squad bosses.
- 7,000 for defeating three squad bosses.
- 10,000 for defeating four squad bosses.
- 20,000 for defeating five squad bosses.
After defeating all the squad bosses, Cassiopeia reveals that they were the "big boss" and tells the player to meet them at the schoolyard of Naranja AcademyS/Uva Academy V after dark, where their true identity is revealed.
- Main article: Cassiopeia/Quotes
- Cassiopeia is the only Team Star boss who does not use a Starmobile during their first battle.
|Japanese||カシオペア Cassiopeia||From the constellation Cassiopeia|
|English, German||Cassiopeia||From Cassiopeia|
|Spanish||Casiopea||From Casiopea (Cassiopeia)|
|French||Cassiopée||From Cassiopée (Cassiopeia)|
|Italian||Cassiopea||From Cassiopea (Cassiopeia)|
|Korean||카시오페아 Cassiopeia||From the Japanese name|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||仙后 Xiānhòu||From 仙后座 Xiānhòu-zuò / Sīnhauh-joh (Cassiopeia)|
|Chinese (Cantonese)||仙后 Sīnhauh|
|This game character article is part of Project CharacterDex, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each character found in the Pokémon games.|