Hey Pokemon pals! Ready to catch that fiery charm known as Cyndaquil in the Johto region of Pokemon Scarlet & Violet’s Indigo Disk DLC? Well, strap in, because it’s Blueberry Points (BP) time at the Terarium League Clubs!
Where to Find Cyndaquil in Indigo Disk
So, you’ve tossed 3000BP into the Polar Biome Club, right? Head to the island near the Polar-Coastal wall, swim out, and voila! Cyndaquil is waiting in a cozy cave. It’s like a secret club for fire-mice, and you’re the VIP.
How to Get Cyndaquil without Indigo Disk
Trade & Transfer
Not a fan of secret club gatherings? No worries! We’ve got the trade and transfer options. For trading, grab a Nintendo Online Membership and join the Poke Portal. Or, for a more patient approach, transfer from other Pokemon games. Cyndaquil’s a globetrotter, appearing in Pokemon GO, Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl, and Legends: Arceus.
How to Evolve Cyndaquil and Quilava into Typhlosion
What Level Does Cyndaquil Evolve?
Those Terarium Cyndaquils are born at level 58. One level up brings Quilava, and another at 36 gives you Typhlosion. Easy peasy, right?
How to Get Hisuian Typhlosion in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet
Which Typhlosion is Better?
Now, the million-dollar question: regular or Hisuian Typhlosion? Both have their charms, but the Hisuian variant is like the cool cousin with a Ghost/Fire combo. It’s got Infernal Parade – a signature move that occasionally burns foes. Plus, if they’re already feeling a bit under the weather (status ailment-wise), it’s double trouble for them.
So, which one to pick? Johto Typhlosion has a bit more HP and speed, making it a nifty speedster. Hisuian Typhlosion, on the other hand, is your go-to for special attacks with extra type coverage. It’s a tough choice, but hey, variety is the spice of Pokemon life.