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Pokémon Scarlet and Purple: what happens to the alpha Pokémon of Pokémon Legends: Arceus?

The connection between Pokémon Home and Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Purple is now available and with it to be able to have Pokémon from other generations.

Surely you will remember that in Pokémon Legends Arceus there are Alpha Pokémon and that one of the fundamental characteristics in its physical appearance is its size. Well, what happens when you bring them from Hisui to Paldea?

Umm…. Victoria the lucario used to be an alpha in PLA
by u/mich_choi0719 in PokemonScarletViolet

As you can see in the images posted in this Reddit thread, this trainer’s Alpha Lucario looks a bit different than it does on Hisui… Basically this is because in the Ninth Generation there are no Alpha Pokémon and therefore their appearance will vary once they are sent to Paldea.

Other players have joined the comments adding that they agree that the appearance varies since there are no Alpha Pokémon, but that it would be nice if these Alphas at least had a medal or some type of badge to differentiate them from the rest.

Nintendo, what do you think?

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