All former legendaries available with Pokémon Violet and Scarlet's Indigo Disc

The Buried Treasure of the Zero Zone is a DLC that will particularly appeal to Trainers nostalgic for older generations of Pokémon. Not only will Volume 2, dubbed The Indigo Discallows you to capture many Legendarieslike Ho-Ho or Rayquaza, but it also gives you access to all former starters.

Getting Jeffry Andise's goodies

Thanks to this new DLC for Pokémon Violet and Scarlet, you'll be able to get your hands on no less than 25 Legendary Pokémon from previous versions. However, you can only meet them on one condition: have completed the main scenario volume The Indigo Disc.

Once you have completed this task, you will be able to talk to Jeffry Andise at the Institut Myrtille. This character offers you special treats. These are the Pokémon you can use to attract Sulfura, Reshiram and the other legendary Pokémon available.

Talk to Jeffry Andise in Pokémon Violet and Scarlet's Indigo Disc to meet the ancient Legendary Pokémon in Paldea.
You need to speak to Jeffry Andise...
Examples of Myrtille activities - The Indigo Disc DLC - Pokémon Violet and Scarlet
...once you've finished the Myrtille activities!

Please note that Jeffry will only supply you with treats once you have completed all Myrtille activities. These are varied, and require you to catch a specific Pokémon or take a photo of a wild Pokémon swimming. Note that to access these activities, you need to join the League Club of the Institut Myrtille.

Legendary Pokémon of the First Generation

Artikodin, Sulfura and Electhor first appeared in games called Pocket Monsters released in 1996 in Japan. Over here, these games are better known as Pokémon Blue and red. The three of them form the Legendary Birds.

artikodin - Pokémon


Sulfura Pokémon


Electhor - Pokémon


Second Generation Legendary Pokémon

The trio of Legendary curs is made up of Raikou, Entai and Suicine. Trainers had the chance to meet them for the first time in the titles Pokémon Gold and Silverfrom 1999. In these same opuses, new iconic birds appeared, Ho-Oh and Lugiaboth Birds of Legend.

Suicune - Pokémon


Entai - Pokémon


Raikou - Pokémon


Lugia - Pokémon


Ho Oh - Pokémon


Third Generation Legendary Pokémon

This DLC brings back to life several mythical Pokémon from the third Generation, initially discovered in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphirepublished in 2002. Meet the couple Latias and Latiosalso known as le Duo éonand the three Ancestral Pokémonwho are none other than Kyogre, Groudon and Rayquaza.

Kyogre - Pokémon


Rayquaza - Pokémon


Groudon - Pokémon


Latios - Pokémon


Latias - Pokémon


Fifth Generation Legendary Pokémon

There do not seem to be any representatives of the fourth generation with The Indigo Disc. On the other hand, Pokémon that form The Blades of JusticeAnd they're in. You'll be able to get your hands on Cobaltium, Viridium and Terrakiumthree of the iconic Pokémon from Black and whitepublished in 2010. What's more, this volume offers you a unique opportunity to add Reshiram, Zekrom and Kyuremthe famous Legendary dragons.

Cobaltium - Pokémon


Terrakium - Pokémon


Viridium - Pokémon


Zekrom - Pokémon


Kyurem - Pokémon


Reshiram - Pokémon


Legendary Pokémon of the Seventh Generation

There were legendary Pokémon in the titles Sun and Moon in 2016. From this seventh generation, the second volume of Buried Treasure of the Zero Zone brings back several Cosmic Pokémon. While Cosmog and Cosmovum seem to be absent, Lunala, Solgaleo and Necrozma are all there.

Lunala - Pokémon


Necrozma - Pokémon


Solgaleo - Pokémon


Legendary Pokémon of the Eighth Generation

If you have played Pokémon Sword or ShieldYou may remember the following games released in 2019 Pokémon Kung-Fu and Harvest Lord. Not all of them will appear in Paldea thanks to this DLC, but some of them will. You'll be able to add Wushours, Blizzeval and Spectreval to your team!

Wushours - Pokémon


Blizzeval - Pokémon


Spectreval - Pokémon