All Pokémon Indigo Disk Trading Codes List – Scarlet and Violet

All Pokémon Indigo Disk Trading Codes List

Last Updated on 18 December, 2023

All Pokémon Indigo Disk Trading Codes List. Complete Guide to Using Pokémon Indigo Disk Trade Codes in Scarlet and Violet.

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All Pokémon Indigo Disk Trading Codes List

This detailed list covers the essential trading codes for the Pokémon Indigo Disk, facilitating player exchanges and enhancing the gaming experience. By understanding these codes, players can strategically trade and collect Pokémon in the Scarlet and Violet versions, including starter swaps and unique version exclusives.

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Starter Swap (Base)

  • Pokémon Scarlet Exclusive to Pokémon Violet Exclusive
  • Sprigatito (Trade Code: 0906 – 0909) for Fuecoco
  • Sprigatito (Trade Code: 0906 – 0912) for Quaxly
  • Fuecoco (Trade Code: 0909 – 0912) for Quaxly

Version Exclusive (Base)

  • Pokémon Scarlet Exclusive to Pokémon Violet Exclusive
  • Larvitar (Trade Code: 0246 – 0371) for Bagon
  • Drifloon (Trade Code: 0425 – 0200) for Misdreavus
  • Stunky (Trade Code: 0424 – 0316) for Gulpin
  • Deino (Trade Code: 0633 – 0885) for Dreepy
  • Clauncher (Trade Code: 0692 – 0690) for Skrelp
  • Oranguru (Trade Code: 0765 – 0766) for Passimian
  • Stonjourner (Trade Code: 0874 – 0875) for Eiscue
  • Armarouge (Trade Code: 0936 – 0937) for Ceruledge
  • Great Tusk (Trade Code: 0984 – 0990) for Iron Treads
  • Scream Tail (Trade Code: 0985 – 0991) for Iron Bundle
  • Brute Bonnet (Trade Code: 0986 – 0992) for Iron Hands
  • Flutter Mane (Trade Code: 0987 – 0993) for Iron Jugulis
  • Slither Wing (Trade Code: 0988 – 0994) for Iron Moth
  • Sandy Shocks (Trade Code: 0989 – 0995) for Iron Thorns
  • Roaring Moon (Trade Code: 1005 – 1006) for Iron Valliant
  • Koraidon (Trade Code: 1007 – 1008) for Miraidon

Indigo Disk Exclusives

  • Pokémon Scarlet Exclusive to Pokémon Violet Exclusive
  • Alolan Vulpix (Trade Code: 0027 – 0037) for Alolan Sandshrew
  • Carnidos (Trade Code: 0408 – 0410) for Shieldon
  • Gouging Fire (Trade Code: 1020 – 1022) for Iron Boulder
  • Raging Bolt (Trade Code: 1021 – 1023) for Iron Crown

Indigo Disk Trade Evos

  • Pokémon to Pokémon (Trade Codes)
  • Alolan Graveler (0075 – 0075) for Alolan Graveler
  • Rhydon (Check Protector is held) (0112 – 0112) for Rhydon
  • Seadra (Check if Dragon Scale is held) (0117 – 0117) for Seadra
  • Electabuzz (Check if Electarizer is held) (0125 – 0125) for Electabuzz
  • Magmar (Check if Magmarizer is held) (0126 – 0126) for Magmar
  • Porygon (Check if Upgrade is held) (0137 – 0137) for Porygon
  • Porygon2 (Check if Dubious Disk is held) (0233 – 0233) for Porygon2

Starter Swap (Base)

  • Pokémon to Pokémon (Trade Codes)
  • Bulbasaur (0001 – 0004) for Charmander
  • Bulbasaur (0001 – 0009) for Squirtle
  • Charmander (0004 – 0009) for Squirtle
  • Chikorita (0152 – 0155) for Cyndaquil
  • Chikorita (0152 – 0158) for Totodile
  • Cyndaquil (0155 – 0158) for Totodile
  • Treecko (0252 – 0255) for Torchic
  • Treecko (0252 – 0258) for Mudkip
  • Torchic (0255 – 0258) for Mudkip
  • Turtwig (0387 – 0390) for Chimchar
  • Turtwig (0387 – 0393) for Piplup
  • Chimchar (0390 – 0393) for Piplup
  • Snivy (0495 – 0498) for Tepig
  • Snivy (0495 – 0501) for Oshawott
  • Tepig (0498 – 0501) for Oshawott
  • Chespin (0650 – 0653) for Fennekin
  • Chespin (0650 – 0656) for Froakie
  • Fennekin (0653 – 0656) for Froakie
  • Rowlet (0722 – 0725) for Litten
  • Rowlet (0722 – 0728) for Popplio
  • Litten (0725 – 0728) for Popplio
  • Grookey (0810 – 0813) for Scorbunny
  • Grookey (0810 – 0816) for Sobble
  • Scorbunny (0813 – 0816) for Sobble

How to Use Indigo Disk Trade Codes

  • Requirements: An active Nintendo Switch Online subscription and Online Mode enabled.
  • Step-by-Step Guide:
    1. Press X to open the Main Menu and select ‘Poké Portal.’
    2. Choose Link Trade under Tera Raid Battle.
    3. Select ‘Set Link Code‘ and enter the specific trade code for the Pokémon swap you desire.
    4. Click ‘Begin Searching‘ to connect with another player.
    5. Double-Check the Trade: Ensure the other player has the Pokémon you need before proceeding with the trade.

What Are Indigo Disk Trade Codes?

  • Every Pokémon Generation Features Unique Codes: In games like Scarlet and Violet, each version has exclusive Pokémon.
  • Strategic Alternative to Owning Both Games: Instead of purchasing both games, players can use trade codes.
  • Facilitate Pokédex Completion: These codes allow players to trade for exclusive Pokémon from the opposite version, aiding in completing the Pokédex.
  • Collaborative Experience: Trading codes create a more accessible and joint effort in the Pokémon community.
  • Note on Trading: Using these codes does not immediately guarantee the desired Pokémon. If the trade doesn’t yield the Pokémon you want, you can end the trade and retry.

Other Codes Guides

Also you can check other Code List, if you play any of these games. We recommend you to add in favourites webs (clicking Ctrl + D):

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