Pokémon you can transfer to Pokémon Scarlet and Violet From Pokémon Home

Pokémon you can transfer to Pokémon Scarlet and Violet From Pokémon Home
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Pokémon Home is a cloud-based storage service that allows players to transfer, store and trade their Pokémon from different games in one place. It is compatible with many of the latest Pokémon games on the Nintendo Switch, and following a recent update, it works with Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, too.

If you’re reaching the end-game, you need to know how to beat the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Elite Four. And once you’ve beaten them, check out how to get to Area Zero in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, too. For now, let’s go through which Pokémon you will be able to transfer to your game.

Pokémon you can transfer to Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

As has been the case with every other title in the franchise, players won’t be able to transfer any and every Pokémon from their Home library into Paldea.

According to the reputable Pokemon fan site Serebii, you will be able to transfer the following Pokémon from your Pokémon Home library to your collection in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet:

  • Charmander
  • Charmeleon
  • Charizard
  • Raichu (Alolan Form)
  • Diglett (Alolan Form)
  • Dugtrio (Alolan Form)
  • Meowth (Alolan Form)
    Persian (Alolan Form)
  • Growlithe (Hisuian Form)
  • Arcanine (Hisuian Form)
  • Slowpoke (Galarian Form)
  • Slowbro (Galarian Form)
  • Slowking (Galarian Form)
  • Grimer (Alolan Form)
  • Muk (Alolan Form)
  • Voltorb (Hisuian Form)
  • Electrode (Hisuian Form)
  • Tauros (Kanto Form)
  • Articuno (Kanto and Galar Forms)
  • Zapdos (Kanto and Galar Forms)
  • Moltres (Kanto and Galar Forms)
  • Mewtwo
  • Mew
  • Cyndaquil (Johto and Hisui Forms)
  • Quilava (Johto and Hisui Forms)
  • Typhlosion (Johto and Hisui Forms)
  • Qwilfish (Hisuian Form)
  • Overqwil
  • Sneasel (Hisuian Form)
  • Sneasler
  • Kyogre
  • Groudon
  • Rayquaza
  • Uxie
  • Mesprit
  • Azelf
  • Dialga
  • Palkia
  • Heatran
  • Giratina
  • Cresselia
  • Arceus
  • Oshawott
  • Dewott
  • Samurott (Unovan and Hisui Forms)
  • Lilligant (Unovan and Hisuian Forms)
  • Basculin (Unovan and Hisuian Forms)
  • Basculegion
  • Zorua (Unovan and Hisuian Forms)
  • Zoroark (Unovan and Hisuian Forms)
  • Braviary (Unovan and Hisuian Forms)
  • Tornadus
  • Thundurus
  • Landorus
  • Meloetta
  • Chespin
  • Quilladin
  • Chesnaught
  • Fennekin
  • Braixen
  • Delphox
  • Froakie
  • Frogadier
  • Greninja
  • Carbink
  • Sliggoo (Kalos and Hisuian Forms)
  • Goodra (Kalos and Hisuian Forms)
  • Avalugg (Kalos and Hisuian Forms)
  • Diancie
  • Hoopa
  • Volcanion
  • Rowlet (Alola and Hisui Forms)
  • Dartrix (Alola and Hisui Forms)
  • Decidueye (Alola and Hisui Forms)
  • Magerna
  • Grookey
  • Thwackey
  • Rillaboom
  • Scorbunny
  • Raboot
  • Cinderace
  • Sobble
  • Drizzile
  • Inteleon
  • Zacian
  • Zamazenta
  • Eternatus
  • Kubfu
  • Urshifu
  • Zarude
  • Regieleki
  • Regidrago
  • Glastrier
  • Spectrier
  • Calyrex
  • Wyrdeer
  • Kleavor
  • Ursaluna
  • Basculegion
  • Sneasler
  • Overquil
  • Enamourus

These will be transfer-only Pokémon, meaning they will not have official entries in the Paldean Pokédex but can be used if you bring them over to your game. This list also includes any original form or regional form of the Pokémon mentioned.

With the arrival of Pokemon Home to Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, you’ll finally be able to move across some of those Pokemon you’ve been itching to use in Generation 9. With plenty of Pokemon previously unavailable, it’s sure to spice up the game’s competitive scene for the next few months.

If you’re after one of Paldea’s rarest Pokemon, check out the best ways to get Gimmighoul Coins in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. And if you’re after a strong competitive team, knowing how to get Hidden Abilities and Ability Patches in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet will be key.