Pokemon Scarlet & Violet takes players to the Paldea region where several new Pokemon await your arrival, including new Paldean forms of existing creatures like Wooper — so here are all of the regional variants you can find in Gen 9.
While exploring the vast open world of Pokemon Scarlet & Violet, trainers can discover loads of new Pokemon that call Paldea home, as well as powerful Terastallized versions of each creature.
There are also several Paldean forms to catch along the way. These regional variants change the elemental type, move pool, and appearance of existing Pokemon, giving a new twist on familiar faces.
Below, you’ll find all the Paldean forms announced so far for Pokemon Scarlet & Violet, as well as details about their typings and abilities in the game if that’s available.
Alternatively, be sure to check out all the confirmed Legendary Pokemon in Scarlet & Violet, the games’ version differences, whether Scarlet & Violet is compatible with Pokemon Home, or where to buy the games to make sure you’re ready to catch ’em all.
Paldean Wooper in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet
The very first Paldean form revealed for Pokemon Scarlet & Violet was the adorable Wooper. This Paldean variant of Wooper is a Poison/Ground-type with a brown color scheme and the abilities Poison Point and Water Absorb.
According to the Pokedex, Paldean Wooper used to live underwater, but after “losing in a struggle for territory” they began living in bogs on land. They cover their bodies in a poisonous film to stop them from drying out.
The original variant of Wooper traditionally evolves into Quagsire, so it seems safe to assume that there will either be a Paldean Quagsire or an entirely new evolution for Paldean Wooper in the Pokedex as well.
Subscribe to our newsletter for the latest updates on Esports, Gaming and more.
What are Paldean forms in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet?
Paldean forms are regional variants of Pokemon from previous generations that can only be found in the Paldea region. This is similar to the Alolan forms from Sun & Moon and the Galarian forms from Sword & Shield.
Although they show under the same Pokedex number as their original variants, Paldean forms have different types, different moves, and different appearances, which means they often feel like entirely new Pokemon.
So, there you have it, that’s everything we know about Paldean forms in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet so far.
While we wait for more information, check out some more Pokemon Scarlet & Violet guides below:Where to find Paldean Wooper and Clodsire in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet
Where to find Paldean Wooper and Clodsire in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet | All new Pokemon in Scarlet & Violet | Everything we know about Scarlet & Violet’s starter Pokemon | What is Pokemon Scarlet & Violet’s region? | Everything we know about Scarlet & Violet | What is Terastallizing in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet? | How to get Marks in Scarlet & Violet | How to unlock Rotom Phone cases | Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Tera Raids explained | Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Pokedex | Pokemon Scarlet & Violet characters | Pokemon Scarlet & Violet gym leaders so far
Please note that if you click a link on this page, we may earn a small affiliate commission.