The Indigo Disk is the second half of the upcoming DLC for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. In the previous article, we discussed The Teal Mask and what adventures will await you in this new land. After taking part in the festival on the island of Kitakami, you’ll travel to the prestigious and futuristic Blueberry Academy as a transfer student. Here, trainers from all over the world will be testing their skills in heated battles. Furthermore, there seems to be activity occurring surrounding a mysterious Pokemon related to Terrastilization.
Let’s go over what we can expect from this second half of the DLC, and what surprises await us at Blueberry Academy!
Scarlet And Violet; My Future Academia:
Unlike the Naranja and Uva Acamedies in Paldea, the Blueberry Academy was founded in recent years. Founder and Academy Director Cyrano states this academy focuses heavily on Pokemon Trainer Battles. Therefore, you will be facing off against other students from this academy while visiting.
Fierce students such as Lacey looks forward to battling you once you transfer over. You’ll also reunite with Kieran and Carmine from Kitakami, as they will be challenging you to battles quite often.
Think you have what it takes to show Blueberry Academy what you’re made of?
Poketopia! Catch Everything!
In addition to the battles at Blueberry Acadamy, you’ll also get the chance to explore the Academy’s Underground Terarium. This new area is chock full of Pokemon not normally found within Paldea.
The Terarium is divided into four different sections: Snow, Mountain, Plains, and Tropics. Although underground, the structure automatically regulates temperature and lighting depending on the time of day.
As a result, the Terarium is a sort of a Safari Zone and sanctuary for non-native Pokemon. In addition, trainers will often explore these areas, so be prepared for any Pokemon battles that will occur.
Terapagos, The Terastilized Tortoise:
After exploring and attending Blueberry Academy, you’ll get word that a mysterious, glowing Pokemon was found in Area Zero. Terapagos, the Disk Pokemon is a legendary Pokemon who’s origins stem from a page from the in-game Scarlet and Violet Guidebook.
When explorers long ago explored the Great Crater, they discovered a cave with large, bright crystals. Upon further examination, the explorers encountered Terapagos, after which was was dubbed as the ‘Guardian of the Legendary Treasure’. Unable to explore further, they left with the note in hand. Given the dangerous Paradox Pokemon surrounding Area Zero, no further exploration was conducted.
With the second Scarlet and Violet DLC set to release this Winter, maybe we’ll learn more of the mysterious Terapagos, and more of the origin of Area Zero.
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Here’s to a hopefully well-executed DLC! And, as always, Stay Geeky Trainers!