All trade codes for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet The Indigo Disk

In Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s latest DLC, The Indigo Disk, specific trade codes are necessary during online trades to obtain version-exclusive Pokémon that cannot be caught. This method is crucial for completing the Blueberry Pokédex if you lack both game versions.

Although finding willing trade partners might seem challenging, obtaining the required Pokémon is relatively hassle-free using the designated trade codes for The Indigo Disk.

Below, you’ll find all the trade codes for version-exclusive Pokémon. Additionally, trade codes for each particular starter are available if you’re missing any.

Pokémon SV The Indigo Disk DLC trade codes list

Here’s a comprehensive list of trade codes for Poké Portal’s Link Trades to swap version-exclusive Pokémon in Scarlet and Violet The Indigo Disk. These codes are paired conveniently by the community, simplifying the trading process. Moreover, mirror trades are included to facilitate the evolution of trade-only Pokémon.

Pokémon to tradeTrade code
Alolan Vulpix or Alolan Ninetales2155-2157
Carnidos or Rampardos2107-2109
Gouging Fire2236-2239
Raging Bolt2237-2238
Alolan Graveler or Alolan Golem2097-2097
Porygon holding Upgrade2129-2129
Porygon-2 holding Dubious Disc2130-2130
Slowking or Slowpoke holding King’s Rock2075-2075
Kingdra or Seadra holding Dragon Scale2054-2054
Scizor or Scyther holding Metal Coat2019-2019
Magmortar or Magmar holding Magmarizer2014-2014
Electivire or Electabuzz holding Electirizer2011-2011
Rhyperior or Rhydon holding Protector2006-2006

Trading in SV can be somewhat inconvenient due to random matchmaking, occasionally resulting in matching with someone offering the same Pokémon. While this can be disappointing, there’s no guaranteed method to always trade with someone owning a different game version.

If you don’t acquire the desired Pokémon, simply end the trade and search for a new partner. The speed of matching depends on how many players are using the same code. Each code can be likened to a room—if it’s crowded, you’ll match quickly; if it’s sparse, you might need to wait longer for a match.

How to use trade codes in Pokémon SV The Indigo Disk

To utilize trade codes in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Indigo Disk, ensure you have an active Nintendo Switch Online subscription and follow these steps:

  • Launch Pokémon Scarlet or Violet and press X to access the Main Menu.
  • Choose Poké Portal to initiate.
  • On the subsequent screen, select Link Trade from the left menu (the third option from the top).
  • Click on Set Link Code in the ensuing pop-up.
  • Enter the trade code for the desired Pokémon swap.
  • Tap Begin Searching to connect with another player.
  • Once paired, double-check the trade. If they possess the Pokémon you need, proceed with the trade.

This method significantly simplifies acquiring elusive version-exclusive Pokémon when you lack a trading partner!

All Starter trade codes Pokémon SV The Indigo Disk

In addition to the previous list focusing on version-exclusive and trade-evolving Pokémon, there are specific trade codes for trading Starter Pokémon since every generation’s trio is available in The Indigo Disk.

While you can obtain every Starter by upgrading the Terarium, it’s time-consuming and requires Blueberry Points (BP). Thus, trading Starters might be more efficient.

The community has established four-digit trade codes for each Starter Pokémon using their National Pokédex numbers, streamlining the search process. For instance, to trade your Bulbasaur for a Treecko, input 0001-0252 as the Link Code. Here’s a list of each Starter’s singular code, which can be paired with any other code for trading.

  • Bulbasaur: 0001
  • Charmander: 0004
  • Squirtle: 0009
  • Chikorita: 0152
  • Cyndaquil: 0155
  • Totodile: 0158
  • Treecko: 0252
  • Torchic: 0255
  • Mudkip: 0258
  • Turtwig: 0387
  • Chimchar: 0390
  • Piplup: 0393
  • Snivy: 0495
  • Tepig: 0498
  • Oshawott: 0501
  • Chespin: 650
  • Fennekin: 0653
  • Froakie: 0656
  • Rowlet: 0722
  • Litten: 0725
  • Popplio: 0728
  • Grookey: 0810
  • Scorbunny: 0813
  • Sobble: 0816
  • Sprigatito: 0906
  • Fuecoco: 0909
  • Quaxly: 0912

While Sprigatito, Fuecoco, and Quaxly aren’t obtainable in the wild, active trade codes for the latest Starter trio are available.

Now armed with the essential trade codes for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet The Indigo Disk DLC, it’s time to complete that Pokédex effortlessly!

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