In our Teal Mask Kitakami Pokedex Completion Rewards guide, we are going to show you a list of all the rewards you can get for filling out the new Pokedex added in the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet DLC. We’ll also let you know how to collect all the goodies you’ve earned with your hard work, plus the extra two rewards that you have to put in a little extra effort for. Let’s begin!
All Teal Mask Kitakami Pokedex Rewards
In the list below, we are going to show you all the Kitakami Pokedex rewards in the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Teal Mask DLC and how many Pokemon you have to register for each of them. Two things we need to mention before that, though. You access the Bloodmoon Ursaluna side quest from Perrin, the goth with the camera in Kitakami. As for the Glimmering Charm, you can pick it up from Jacq, right outside the east entrance into Mossui Town.
- Register 90 Pokemon – 1 PP Up
- Register 100 Pokemon – 1 Bottle Cap
- Register 110 Pokemon – 1 Razor Cap
- Register 120 Pokemon – 1 Love Ball
- Register 130 Pokemon – 5 Star Pieces
- Register 140 Pokemon – 1 Prism Scale
- Register 150 Pokemon – 3 Comet Shards, Bloodmoon Ursaluna side quest
- Register 160 Pokemon – 1 Friend Ball
- Register 170 Pokemon – 1 Reaper Cloth
- Register 180 Pokemon – 1 Heavy Ball
- Register 190 Pokemon – 1 PP Max
- Register 200 Pokemon – 1 Moon Ball, 1 Glimmering Charm
How to Claim Kitakami Pokedex Completion Rewards
To claim the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Teal Mask Kitakami Pokedex completion rewards, you have to go through a few simple steps. First off, press the – button to access your Pokedex, then press the right button on the d-pad to highlight the Kitakami Pokedex. Press A to select it, then X to open the rewards tab. You will automatically get all the rewards you’ve unlocked up to that point. As soon as you reach the next checkpoint, you’ll get a notification telling you that there are new rewards to nab. Just repeat the same steps we’ve outlined each time. The only exceptions are the Bloodmoon Ursaluna side quest and the Glimmering Charm, as we’ve mentioned up top.