Pokémon Scarlet and Violet: the differences and Pokémon exclusive to each version

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet: the differences and Pokémon exclusive to each version

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

As per tradition, Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet also have differences that make each of the ninth generation titles unique in its own way. The most important one is represented by the creatures exclusive to each version, such as the cover legendaries, Koraidon (Scarlet) and Miraidon (Violet). With the launch of the two games just around the corner, we've listed the differences and the currently known Pokémon exclusive to Scarlet and Violet below.

Note : We will update this article post-launch to include all the information about the exclusive Pokémon from the book Scarlet and the book Violet and other differences not yet officially revealed.

Exclusive Pokémon of Scarlet and Violet

The two Legendary Pokémon of Scarlet and Violet Koraidon (right) and Miraidon (left) in their drivable forms As explained at the beginning, Pokémon Scarlet and Violet also do not deviate from the tradition of exclusive Pokémon. We're talking about creatures that can only be captured in one version and absent in the other. For example, Larvitar and evolutions only appear in the wild in Scarlet and the only way to get them in Violet as well is through trades with other trainers.

The same goes for Koraidon and Miraidon, the two legendaries featured on the cover of the two games, which can only be obtained in Scarlet or Violet respectively. function ready(fn) { if (document.readyState != 'loading') { fn() } else { document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', fn) } } ready(function () { window.addEventListener('message', function(event) { let target_origin = 'https://aff.netaddiction.it'; if (event.origin !== target_origin) return; if (typeof event.data == "object" && event.data.hasOwnProperty( "type") && event.data.type == "embaff") { let embed_id = event.data.embed_id; if (embed_id == '1071') { document.querySelector('#_aff_embed_1071').setAttribute('height ', event.data.embed_size); } } }, false); }) Below is a list of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet-exclusive creatures known so far.

Pokémon Scarlet

Larvitar Pupitar Tyranitar Stonjourner Koraidon Aramoruge Donphan (Grandizanne)

Pokémon Violet

Bagon Shellgon Salamance Eiscue Miraidon Ceruledge Donph an (Ironfurrow)

The Scarlet Book and the Violet Book

On the left Donphan Greatfangs from the Scarlet Book and on the right Donphan Ironfurrow from the Violet Book Through one of the latest official trailers, the Book was revealed Scarlet and the Violet Book (which will appear respectively in Pokémon Scarlet or in Pokémon Violet), or texts with reports of an expedition dating back to a very long time ago.

Inside contains information on some special Pokémon discovered in an unexplored area of ​​Paldea. Two have already been revealed and they are alternate versions of Donphan that we listed in the previous section: the creature known as Greatfangs appears in the Scarlet book, while the one nicknamed Iron Furrow in the Violet book.

Basically the two books include the information on variants of Pokémon already known, as in the case of Donphan, in a prehistoric or futuristic style, therefore in line with the themes of the two ninth generation games.

Each variant will have different characteristics and type than the original counterparts. For example, Donphan is a Ground-type Pokémon in nature, while the Ironfurrow version gains the Steel-type. For the moment this is the only example of Pokémon "paradox" unveiled by The Pokémon Company but rest assured that in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet you will discover many others.

Between the past and the future

Professor Olim will guide the players of Pokémon Scarlet, while Professor Turum those of Violet In addition to the creatures exclusive to each version, Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet have some noteworthy differences. Analyzing the previous trailers, it is clear that the Scarlet version has the past as its theme, while Violet looks to the future.

Koraidon and Miraidon also represent these two themes. For example, the legendary Violetto cover has the features of a sort of cybernetic lizard. The same goes for the Scarlet and Violet books we mentioned earlier, which contain information on creatures with futuristic or prehistoric traits.

Not only that, for the first time in the history of the series, players will led by two different Pokémon Professors. In Scarlet we find Professor Olim, dressed in cave-dwelling clothes, while in Violet there is Professor Turum, wearing a futuristic suit. Among other things, their names mean "once" and "from the future" respectively.

Consequently we can also expect more or less marked plot differences, which could explore the "past" of the Paldea region or its "future" depending on the version you are playing.

Other notable differences

The Orange and Grape Academy uniforms from Pokémon Scarlet and Violet The other differences currently known for Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet are purely stylistic. What immediately catches the eye is the school in which your virtual alter ego is a soldier. In Pokémon Scarlet there is the Orange Academy while in Pokémon Violet there is the Grape Academy.

Each academy has a unique coat of arms, an orange in Scarlet and a bunch of grapes in Violet, and also the color of the uniforms of the students and of the Clavel rector is different, orange/scarlet in the Orange Academy and violet in the Grape Academy.

If you don't particularly like these two colors, don't worry, even in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet it will be possible to customize your character from head to toe, both in terms of clothing and aesthetic features such as hairstyle, hair color and eyes.

For the moment this is all we know officially about the differences and exclusive Pokémon of Scarlet and Violet. We will update this page after the release of the two Generation 9 games on November 18, 2022 exclusively for Nintendo Switch. In the meantime, we advise you to read our review of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

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