Pokemon Scarlet and Violet’s Indigo Disk DLC offers players to catch each starter Pokemon from across the generations. One such popular Pokemon that you will be able to find and catch is Froakie. And this water-type Pokemon needs no introduction for the fans of the Pokemon series. The Kalos starter is one of the three Gen VI starter Pokemon introduced along with its counterparts Fennekin and Chespin.
The frog-like Pokemon has had quite an impressive fan base over the years and catching it to add it to your roster alongside other starters can make an interesting roster. However, like other starter Pokemon, Froakie in Indigo Disk also comes with some prerequisites that you will have to cover. So if you are looking for the Gen 6 water-type Pokemon, then here is a guide you should check out further.
Where to Find Froakie in Pokemon SV Indigo Disk (Location)
Players will be able to catch Froakie in Pokemon SV Indigo Disk in the Coastal Biome. However, players will need to first upgrade the biome by completing the Boost Biodiversity in Coastal Biome request. You will come across the request on the support board inside the league club room at the Blueberry Academy.
You will need around 3000 BP to upgrade the coastal biome in the game. Players will have to complete several BB quests, trainer battles, etc to earn those many battle points. While it won’t be very easy earning the points, the reward would be worth it in the end. Not to mention, completing the BB quest might allow you to catch different legendaries in Indigo Disk.
After you have funded and upgraded the Coastal Biome request, you will be able to catch Froakie inside the biome. The most common areas where the water type pokemon might spawn are the water bodies near the northern mountains in the coastal biome.
You can fast travel to Coastal Plaza Fly Point to get closer to the mountains. After which it will all depend on luck as you might find Froakie to be quite rare in the game. With that being said, they are equally easier to spot, making them an easy catch.
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