Pokemon Scarlet and Violet will soon receive two DLC additions that each provide new creatures and environments for players to explore, following the same post-launch pattern as Gen 8 games.The Teal Mask DLC for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is soon to arrive, and while there were many theories and puzzles about what the expansion would offer, recent datamines almost completely unveiled everything about it.
The Paldean Pokedex, along with all of the new animals brought with it, was eventually made available to gamers several days before the debut of Gen 9 games, and now it’s The Teal Mask DLC’s turn.
Those who are still on the fence regarding Gen 9 expansions can now check out what The Teal Mask has to offer before purchasing it, even if it is still unclear exactly when The Indigo Disk will arrive and the only indication is that it will happen in the winter of 2023.
As it stands, The Teal Mask DLC will add a total of 7 brand-new species of Pokemon as well as one brand-new form, but it is yet unknown if this form will be categorized as a regional form or something totally else. Let’s delve into everything there is to know about Teal Mask DLC.
Teal Mask DLC Release Date
The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero DLC and the Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s Teal Mask expansion will both be available on September 13, 2023. Part one is arriving on schedule because this is consistent with the game’s original fall 2023 release timetable. The Indigo Disk, the second installment in DLC, is planned for release some time in the winter of 2023.
Check the official tweet posted by Victory Road below which verifies the above mentioned release date.
🎭 Part 1: The Teal Mask will launch on Wed 13 Sep 2023
🔵 Part 2 – The Indigo Disk will launch on Winter 2023, still no exact date announced pic.twitter.com/u8K9PQCCxP
— Victory Road (@VGCVictoryRoad) August 8, 2023
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet’s The Teal Mask Leaks
The Teal Mask DLC offers a number of new Pokemon, all of which seem to be original in some way, with some of them being unusual takes on already existing creatures or species. On the current list are:
- Dipplin (Grass/Dragon), a cross-gen evolution of Applin
- Poltchageist (Grass/Ghost), a regional fake of Sinistea
- Sinistcha (Grass/Ghost), a regional fake of Polteageist
- Okidogi (Poison/Fighting)
- Munkidori (Poison/Psychic)
- Fezandipiti (Poison/Fairy)
- Bloodmoon Ursaluna, a different form of Ursaluna from Pokemon Legends: Arceus
Although the type of Ogerpon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet has not been confirmed, it appears that the latest reports point to it being Grass/Ghost in its Teal Mask form and then obtaining either Fire, Water, or Rock as types for its various masks.
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Current theories suggest that Bloodmoon Ursaluna is Ground/Steel, having given up Hisui’s Normal type in exchange for a new Ability and signature move. While its trademark move, Blood Moon, seems to function like other potent attacks that can’t be used twice in a row, its base power and PP are presently unknown. The ability, Mind’s Eye, allows the Pokemon to hit Ghost-types with both Normal and Fighting-type moves.
The new abilities and signature moves for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet’s Poltchageist and Sinistcha are Hospitality and Matcha Gotcha, respectively.
You can see the tweet below in which some new moves are leaked with regard to Teal Mask.
DLC LEAKS ROUND #2 – List of all new moves in The Teal Mask
– Blood Moon
The user unleashes the full brunt of its spirit from a full moon that shines as red as blood. This move can’t be used twice in a row.
– Matcha Gotcha
The user fires a blast of tea that it mixed. The user’s…
— Centro LEAKS (@CentroLeaks) August 31, 2023
The former heals allies when switched in, whereas the latter deals damage and replenishes the user’s HP. Players will be able to explore the following new locales that are part of the DLC:
- Kitakami Road
- Mossui Town
- Loyalty Plaza
- Reveler’s Road
- Kitakami Hall
- Oni Mountain
- Dreaded Den
- Oni’s Maw
- Crystal Pool
- Oni Mountain Summit
- Wistful Fields
- Mossfell Confluence
- Fellhorn Gorge
- Paradise Barrens
- Kitakami Wilds
- Timeless Woods
- Infernal Pass
- Chilling Waterhead
The most recent DLC character trailers for Gen 9 games included a photographer named Perrin who appears to be tied to Adaman from Pokemon Legends: Arceus. The Teal Mask also featured new characters for each DLC.
As she searches for a mysterious Pokemon, Bloodmoon Ursaluna, Perrin will instruct users on how to snap images in the game, strengthening the connections between Pokemon Legends: Arceus and contemporary games. Even though there is still plenty to learn about The Teal Mask, players now have a better understanding than ever before because the game is soon to launch.
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