List of in-game event Pokémon (Scarlet and Violet)

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This is a list of Pokémon obtainable from events found in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

Most of these Pokémon can only be obtained once per game; however, some may also be obtained in other ways as well.

List of Pokémon

Paldea starter Pokémon

Upon arriving at Nemona's house, Director Clavell gives the player a choice between these three starter Pokémon.

Sprigatito

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Sprigatito / Dex No. 001 Cabo Poco Normal Scratch
Lv.5
Grass Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 5. Normal Tail Whip
MS=0906MS9 Grass Unknown - Grass Leafage
Item - -- --
None None - Ability Overgrow
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V

Fuecoco

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Fuecoco / Dex No. 004 Cabo Poco Normal Tackle
Lv.5
Fire Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 5. Normal Leer
MS=0909MS9 Fire Unknown - Fire Ember
Item - -- --
None None - Ability Blaze
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V

Quaxly

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Quaxly / Dex No. 007 Cabo Poco Normal Pound
Lv.5
Water Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 5. Normal Growl
MS=0912MS9 Water Unknown - Water Water Gun
Item - -- --
None None - Ability Torrent
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V

Galarian Meowth

The player can recieve this Galarian Meowth from Salvatore after completing all his classes in Naranja AcademyS/Uva AcademyV and completing his storyline.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Meowth / Dex No. --- Naranja Academy
Uva Academy
Normal Growl
Lv.5
Steel Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 5. Normal Fake Out
MS=0052MS9 Steel Unknown - Dark Hone Claws
Item - -- --
None None - Ability Pickup or Tough Claws
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V

Titan Pokémon

After defeating each Titan Pokémon in the Path of Legends storyline, they, aside from Dondozo, will reappear as regular, interactable Pokémon. While not as big as they once were, these Pokémon are as large as their species can normally be, have 30 IVs in each stat, and have the special Titan Mark.

Klawf

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Klawf Dex No. 249 South Province (Area Three) Normal Vise Grip
Lv.16
Titan MarkRock Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 16. Fighting Rock Smash
MS=0950MS9 Rock Unknown - Normal Block
Item - Rock Rock Tomb
None None - Ability Anger Shell
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V

Bombirdier

Notably, Bombirdier has its Hidden Ability, Rocky Payload.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Bombirdier / Dex No. 290 West Province (Area One) Rock Rock Throw
Lv.20
Titan MarkFlying Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 20. Flying Wing Attack
MS=0962MS9 Flying Dark - Flying Pluck
Item - Dark Torment
None None - Ability Rocky Payload
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V

Orthworm

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Orthworm / Dex No. 296 East Province (Area Three) Steel Iron Tail
Lv.29
Titan MarkSteel Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 29. Normal Headbutt
MS=0968MS9 Steel Unknown - Normal Wrap
Item - Rock Sandstorm
None None - Ability Earth Eater
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V

Great Tusk/Iron Treads

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Great Tusk Dex No. 376 Asado Desert Normal Rapid Spin
Lv.45
Titan MarkFighting Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 45. Fighting Brick Break
MS=0984MS9 Ground Fighting - Dark Knock Off
Item - Ground Stomping Tantrum
None None - Ability Protosynthesis
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V
Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Iron Treads Dex No. 382 Asado Desert Normal Rapid Spin
Lv.45
Titan MarkSteel Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 45. Steel Iron Head
MS=0990MS9 Ground Steel - Dark Knock Off
Item - Ground Stomping Tantrum
None None - Ability Quark Drive
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V

Tatsugiri

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Tatsugiri / Dex No. 375 Casseroya Lake Water Muddy Water
Lv.57
Titan MarkWater Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 57. Ice Icy Wind
MS=0978MS9 Dragon Water - Dark Taunt
Item - Dragon Dragon Pulse
None None - Ability Commander
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V

Koraidon and Miraidon

The KoraidonS/MiraidonV the player encounters on the route to Naranja AcademyS/Uva AcademyV acts as the player's primary method of travel throughout the game, being unavailable to use in battle until the encounter with the second member of its species wielded by the Paradise Protection Protocol. After the encounter, KoraidonS/MiraidonV will become available add to the party proper and use in battle by swapping it between its traversal and battle forms, but it cannot be placed in a Box, traded, or released. Its Nature is set to Quirky; its IVs are set to 28 for Defense and Special Defense and 31 for all other stats. The second KoraidonS/MiraidonV can be found behind the Zero Lab after beating the game and can be placed in a Box, traded, or released like other Pokémon. Its Nature is set to AdamantS/ModestV and its IVs are set to 25 for HP, Defense, and Special Defense and 31 for Attack, Special Attack, and Speed.[1]

Koraidon

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Koraidon Dex No. 399 Poco Path Fire Flamethrower
Lv.68
Dragon Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 68. Fighting Collision Course
MS=1007MS9 Fighting Dragon - Normal Endure
Item - Normal Tera Blast
None None - Ability Orichalcum Pulse
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V
Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Koraidon Dex No. 399 Area Zero Normal Giga Impact
Lv.72
Fighting Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 72. Fighting Bulk Up
MS=1007MS9 Fighting Dragon - Fighting Collision Course
Item - Fire Flamethrower
None None - Ability Orichalcum Pulse
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V

Miraidon

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Miraidon Dex No. 400 Poco Path Rock Power Gem
Lv.68
Dragon Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 68. Electric Electro Drift
MS=1008MS9 Electric Dragon - Normal Endure
Item - Normal Tera Blast
None None - Ability Hadron Engine
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V
Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Miraidon Dex No. 400 Area Zero Normal Hyper Beam
Lv.72
Electric Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 72. Electric Charge
MS=1008MS9 Electric Dragon - Electric Electro Drift
Item - Rock Power Gem
None None - Ability Hadron Engine
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V

Treasures of Ruin

Each of the Legendary Pokémon known as the Treasures of Ruin can be found in locked Shrines throughout Paldea, which are opened by collecting eight stakes found in the same region as the respective shrines. If the Pokémon is defeated or the player has no remaining Pokémon, the Pokémon will retreat into the Shrine, which will be accessible again after a period of time. Once a Treasure of Ruin is caught, the Shrine will remain in its broken state and cannot be accessed again.

Wo-Chien

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Wo-Chien Dex No. 393 Grasswither Shrine Grass Giga Drain
Lv.60
Grass Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 60. Dark Ruination
MS=1001MS9 Dark Grass - Dark Foul Play
Item - Grass Power Whip
None None - Ability Tablets of Ruin
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V

Chien-Pao

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Chien-Pao Dex No. 394 Icerend Shrine Ice Icicle Crash
Lv.60
Dark Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 60. Dark Ruination
MS=1002MS9 Dark Ice - Dark Sucker Punch
Item - Fighting Sacred Sword
None None - Ability Sword of Ruin
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V

Ting-Lu

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Ting-Lu Dex No. 395 Groundblight Shrine Ground Stomping Tantrum
Lv.60
Ground Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 60. Dark Ruination
MS=1003MS9 Dark Ground - Dark Throat Chop
Item - Rock Rock Slide
None None - Ability Vessel of Ruin
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V

Chi-Yu

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Pokémon Skills
Bag Poké Ball SV Sprite.png Chi-Yu Dex No. 396 Firescourge Shrine Fire Lava Plume
Lv.60
Dark Tera TypePaldea icon.png
Type Met at Lv. 60. Dark Ruination
MS=1004MS9 Dark Fire - Flying Bounce
Item - Normal Swagger
None None - Ability Beads of Ruin
Its Poké Ball depends on the one used to catch it.
This Pokémon cannot be shiny.
Can be obtained in: S V

References

See also


Event distributions
Generation I: JapaneseEuropean language
Generation II: JapaneseEuropean language
Generation III: JapaneseEnglishGermanSpanishFrenchItalian
Generation IV: Japanese (local | Wi-Fi) • English (local | Wi-Fi) • German (local | Wi-Fi)
Spanish (local | Wi-Fi) • French (local | Wi-Fi) • Italian (local | Wi-Fi) • Korean (local | Wi-Fi)
Trading (GTS)
Generation V: Japanese (local | Wi-Fi) • English (local | Wi-Fi) • German (local | Wi-Fi)
Spanish (local | Wi-Fi) • French (local | Wi-Fi) • Italian (local | Wi-Fi) • Korean (local | Wi-Fi)
Global Link promotions
Generation VI: Japanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • American region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
PAL region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • Korean region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
Taiwanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
LocalTrading
Generation VII: 3DS: Japanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • American region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
PAL region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • Korean region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
Taiwanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
Local
Switch: Serial code
Generation VIII: LocalTradingInternetSerial code
Generation IX: InternetSerial code
Specific events: Gather More Pokémon! Campaign
PCNY (Gen II | Gen III) • Trade and Battle DayJourney Across AmericaParty of the Decade
Other groupings: Movie events10th AnniversaryTanabataUndistributed
Special Pokémon from games
In-game: Gen IGen II • Gen III (RSFRLGEOrre) • Gen IV (DP ​• Pt ​• HGSS) • Gen V (BWB2W2)
Gen VI (XYORAS) • Gen VII (SMUSUMPE) • Gen VIII (SwShBDSPLA) • Gen IX (SV)
Gift PokémonWild Pokémon (Roaming Pokémon) • In-game trades (Hayley's trades)
Game-based: Gen IGen IIGen IIIGen IVGen VIGen VII
Gen VIII (Wild Area News) • Gen IX (Poké Portal News)
Other: Undistributed
Non-Pokémon event distributions
Gen IIIGen IVGen VGen VIGen VII (Game-based) • Gen VIIIGen IX
Global Link
Other lists
Notable ID numbers (Gens I-IIIII onward) • Wonder Cards (Gen VGen VIGen VII) • Serial code prefixes