Catching legendaries has always been tough but that’s not the case in the new Pokemon titles. In Scarlet and Violet, you get the cover Legendary Pokemon Koraidon or Miraidon early, and you can even catch second ones. The ones you get initially cannot be used in a battle. Although they are very useful for traveling across Paldea as a mount. Since they are box Pokemon, you cannot get both in the same title. So many players are trading one for another. And since you cannot trade your mounts, this guide will tell you where to find another Koraidon or Miraidon in this game.
How to Get a Second Koraidon or Miraidon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet
Unlike the previous Pokemon games, these new titles have three main storylines and loads of post-game content as well. To catch Koraidon or Miraidon again, you must complete all of the questlines and open the Zero Gate. Here’s how to complete every Scarlet and Violet questline:
- Victory Road: Defeat all Gym Leaders, the Elite 4, and the Champion
- Path of Legends: Beat all five Titan Pokemon
- Starfall Street: Defeat all Team Star Leaders and boss Cassiopeia
Once you complete all the quests, you can enter the Great Crater of Paldea, which is Area Zero. After heading to Lab Zero and beating the final boss, you will face either Koraidon or Miraidon labeled as the Guardian of Paradise. To beat it, your own cover legendary will enter the battle for the first time. Once you defeat it, you will see a short cutscene where you will be transported outside Area Zero.
Head back to Area Zero and go to the bottom through Research Station 4. Exit the station and glide down to the bridge by a huge crystal, and you will find the second Koraidon or Miraidon there.
This cover legendary will be at Level 72 so assemble your best team to battle it. However, you can also use your Master Ball to catch it easily. If you choose to battle it, make sure you carry a lot of Ultra and Timer Balls since the battle can go on for a while. Moreover, it has a low catch rate so use Sandwiches and Effect Condition moves to weaken it. If you accidentally deplete its health, it will flee and respawn at the same place after 10 to 60 minutes.