Pokémon Indigo Disk All legendary Pokémons – How to unlock all 24 legendaries

Pokémon Indigo Disk All legendary Pokémons – How to unlock all 24 legendaries
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What all legendary Pokémon are in the Indigo Disk DLC for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet? There is more than one for you to find in the DLC. Depending on what game you are playing, you will also have an exclusive legendary to obtain.

Before accessing the DLC, you may want to know all the new and returning Pokémon in the Indigo Disk Expansion. You might also want to know What all starters are in the Pokémon Indigo Disk DLC. There are plenty of hidden treasures to discover between this DLC and the Teal Mask DLC.

Legendary Pokemon are always exciting to track down and obtain in any Pokémon game. Make sure to find them all in the Indigo Disk DLC when it launches in December. Here are all the Legendary Pokémon in the Pokémon Indigo Disk DLC for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

All legendary Pokémon in the Indigo Disk DLC for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

There are three legendary Pokémon available in the Indigo Disk DLC for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. You will only be able to obtain two of these legendary Pokémon as one of them bound to your specific game. The following legendaries are in the DLC:

Let’s break down each of these Pokémon. These Pokémon also include two brand-new paradox Pokemon.

How to unlock Legendary Pokemon in Pokemon Indigo Disk

To unlock the ability to catch legendary Pokemon in Pokemon Indigo Disk, you must beat the Indigo Disk storyline. After this, you will need to locate Mr. Snacksworth. He will give you quests that will unlock the ability to find the legendary Pokemon across the Paldea region.

Mr. Snacksworth will give you a legendary treat for every 10 Solo Blueberry quests that you complete. He will also gift you these treats for completing ground quests. Some legendary Pokemon are exclusive to one game or the other but you can still get them in both games. For instance, Zapdos is exclusive to Pokemon Violet but can be obtained in Pokemon Scarlet by completing group quests.


Terapagos is the cover Pokémon for the DLC that is reminiscent of a turtle. It comes in two forms; a skinnier form and a terastalized form with a completed shell. Little has been seen of this Pokémon but it has been briefly shown in the new trailer for Indigo Disk. As well as the original expansion pass trailer.

Iron Crown

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Iron Crown is the Pokémon Violet exclusive just like how Miraidon is in the base game. This Pokémon is the future version of Cobalion from Generation V. While the original Pokémon was a steel and fighting-type, this new variant is a psychic and steel-type. New moves were also shown off for this new pokemon such as Tachyon Cutter – a move that is guaranteed to hit twice in a row.

Raging Bolt

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Raging Bolt is the Pokémon Scarlet exclusive just like how Koraidon is in the base game. This Pokémon is the past variant of Raikou from Generation II. The original Pokémon was an electric type but the new variant is an electric and dragon-type Pokémon. In the latest trailer, the move Thunderclap was shown off.


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Not much is known about the return of Suicune but it appeared once before as a past variant. Now, it appears the real Suicune is showing its face once more. This shot appeared in the latest trailer that revealed more information about the Indigo Disk DLC.


That’s right, Raikou is also making an appearance. This came as a surprise considering the Pokemon is getting a past variant in the form of Raging Bolt in the DLC. It looks like the three legendary dog Pokemon will once again be united since the fire-type Entei is also making an appearance.


The final member of the trio, Entei will be returning as well. This was confirmed in the trailer for Indigo disk. Along with other legendaries on this list, it looks like a majority of them won’t be past or future variants. This is nice since not everyone cares for the different variants. Maybe more new moves?


A screenshot of a legendary dragon flying majestically over a towering mountain peak.
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Another new legendary shown briefly in the latest trailer for the launch of the DLC is Moltres. This legendary fire Pokemon can be seen overlooking some mountains along a coastline. It is unsure if that is exactly where we will encounter this Pokemon or if we will find it elsewhere but it is nice to see Moltres make a comeback.


The electric-type of the three legendary bird Pokemon from the original games also makes an appearance in the trailer for a brief moment along with multiple other legendary Pokemon in a montage. Don’t worry there are even more that are making an appearance.


The last of the legendary birds, Articuno will be showing its face. This was already Articuno appeared in past games with a special Galarian form. This happened in the Crown Tundra DLC for Sword and Shield. It appears that this one will be the actual Articuno and not some other type.


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Kubfu also makes an appearance. This is a legendary fighting-type Pokemon that was debuted in the DLC for Pokemon Sword and Shield. This Pokemon later evolves into Urshifu, another Powerful fighting-type Pokemon. Like the others, it isn’t completely clear where we will discover this Pokemon except in an area with a bunch of bamboo.


Introduced in Gen V, Terrakion is a legendary rock and fight-type Pokemon that can hit hard. It is basically a tank on the battlefield. This is another among the long list that was shown during the trailer in quick succession. We are still wondering where we will discover all of these legendary Pokemon.


Cobalion was already confirmed to be in the DLC in the form of Iron Crown. This future variant of the Pokemon was even shown to have new moves. Now, it has been revealed that the original is appearing just like Raikou. Will this break the timeline?


Virizion already has a future variant in the form of Iron Leaves. Like others that have future and past variants though, it appears that the original is making an appearance. This will be great for those who want a large choice in which legendary Pokemon they choose to take with them.

Latias and Latios

Appearing in the same game together, Latias and Latios are both dragon and psychic-type legendary Pokemon. This makes us wonder if the pair’s mega forms will also make an appearance or if they will be their basic selves. We will just need to wait and see.

Groudon, Kygore, and Rayquaza

The three legendary Pokemon from Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire are officially coming in without past or future variants. For those who haven’t seen these Pokemon in ages, this is an exciting time. Can we also get Mega Rayqauza added to the bunch?

Ho-Oh and Lugia

Those who have played Pokemon Gold and Silver will remember climbing the tower to find Ho-Oh or delving deep into the caverns to locate Lugia. This was a fan-favorite pair for a long time and they are finally making a return.

Solgaleo, Lunala, and Nekrozma

The legendary Pokemon from Pokemon Sun and Moon are appearing once more. Solgaleo is a psychic and steel type Pokemon while Lunala is a psychic and ghost type legendary. These powerful Pokemon haven’t been seen since their debut game so it will be nice to see them in the mix again. Nekrozma is also joining the pair but it is unsure if it will have its other forms or it there will be something new with it.

Zekrom, Reshiram, and Kyurem

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The three legendary dragon Pokemon that first appeared in Pokemon Black and White are finally reappearing. These powerful Pokemon are sure to make a great addition to your team with one being fire, one being electric, and the last being ice.

All Indigo Disk Pseudo-legendary Pokémon

There is only one pseudo legendary Pokémon in the Indigo Disk DLC. The Seudolegendary in the DLC is Archaludon. This powerful steel and dragon-type Pokémon is the new evolution of Duraludon from Pokémon Sword and Shield.

A powerful new Pokemon

Pseudo-legendary Pokemon are Pokémon types with a base stat power of 600. These Pokemon aren’t classified as legendary because they can be found more than once in the game.

In the Indigo Disk DLC, you are an exchange student brought to Blueberry Academy. Here, you will complete the BB League (Blueberry League) and challenge many trainers to Pokémon battles. You will eventually take on the Elite Trial and challenge the Elite Four.

Now that you know all of the legendary Pokémon in the Indigo Disk DLC, you may want to know how to start the Indigo Disk expansion. You may also be interested in how to buy the DLC. Many battles await you along with the return of Kieran of Carmine. Will the Battle Tower also be in the Indigo Disk DLC?

How many new legendary Pokémon are in the Indigo Disk DLC?

There are three new legendary Pokémon in total in each game with one being a seudolegendary.

Are there new moves in the Indigo Disk DLC?

There are multiple new moves that you can obtain such as Thunderclap, Tachyon Cutter, and Psychic Noise.