All Pokémon The Teal Mask side quests

There’s still more to do!

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Pokémon Scarlet & Violet: The Teal Mask DLC is here, and due to the nature of it being smaller and more condensed than the base game, many players have already completed the story. But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing left to accomplish. Like with Scarlet & Violet, The Teal Mask has several additional side quest-like challenges to accept, especially if you like to call yourself a completionist.

So, let’s take a tour through Pokémon Scarlet & Violet: The Teal Mask side quest and side content, all of which are found upon completion of the main story.

All Pokémon The Teal Mask side quests

It’s hard to call the side-content in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet: The Teal Mask ‘quests’ because they aren’t really quests in the traditional sense. But, there are still some post-game tasks that feel more like side quests than others — The Six Wonders of Kitakami, Finding the Sinnoh Egg, the Kitakami Ogre Clan hunt, etc. — so these are going to be our prime focus with this guide.

The Six Wonders of Kitakami

There are six locations you’ll come across as you explore the Kitakami region that are referred to as the Six Wonders of Kitakami. As you uncover these locations, they’ll turn into fast travel points that can make getting around a lot easier. You may have found all six by the time you’re ready to embark on Teal Mask‘s side quests, but if you haven’t, this is probably the easiest task to complete before anything else.

You can find the Six Wonders at the following locations. They manifest as wooden signs, and you don’t even need to read the signs. Just approach them, and they’ll automatically turn into fast travel points. 

  • Near the Crystal Pool at the top of Oni Mountain.
  • In-between the Paradise Barrens (top left of the map) and the Kitakami Wilds (Gracious Stones)
  • In Fellhorn Gorge — when looking at the map, it’s located directly above the name of the area.
  • In the Mossfell Confluence — on the edge of the river. 
  • West of Oni’s Maw — it might be easier to fast travel to the Crystal Pool and jump off in the direction of Oni’s Maw. You should see a large mountain path, and you should see the Wonder.
  • In Wistful Fields — the Wonder is located on the edge of the pond in the southwest corner of the map, where you fought Munkidori. 

Finding (and Hatching) the Sinnoh Egg

If you haven’t found Jacq yet — the teacher who was supposed to supervise your trip to Kitakami but wasn’t able to for some reason or another — he randomly shows up to the east of Mossui Town and will give you a pokémon egg containing one of the starters from the Sinnoh region — Turtwig, Chimchar, or Piplup. You’ll have to hatch it by adding it to your party and walking/riding on Miraidon or Koraidon until it decides to hatch. If you want a specific ‘mon, you should save before receiving the egg.

Hunt for the Kitakami Ogre Clan

Scattered throughout the Kitakami region are a group of trainers who call themselves the Kitakami Ogre Clan. They’re all wearing Ogerpon masks, which makes them easy to differentiate from normal trainers. If you can defeat all eight, you’ll earn a wealth of items and poké dollars. Here’s where to find them:

  • Munechika can be found atop Oni Mountain.
  • Kotetsu can be found at the bottom of the Crystal Pool cave.
  • Raikiri can be found in a cave north of Mossui Town, to the left of the waterfall/river.
  • Kanemitsu can be found in the Paradise Barrens.
  • Kunitsuna can be found next to a small lake to the left of the Infernal Pass.
  • Hasebe can be found near the Fellhorn Gorge Wonder (see above).
  • Masamune can be found, when looking at the map, to the right of Kitakami Hall, in a bamboo thicket.
  • And finally, only once you’ve defeated the previous seven trainers the eighth can be found at Kitakami Hall — you can return to him after defeating each trainer to receive items, including a Focus Sash, 5 Exp. Candies XL, an Assault Vest, 10 Rare Candies, a pair of Choice Specs, 3 Ability Capsules, and a Choice Band, or you can go talk to him for the first time after you’ve defeated them all, and you’ll be able to battle him as the chief of the Kitakami Ogre Clan, Muramasa. 

The Lovey-Dovey Couple of Mossui Town

In Mossui Town, you’ll find a pair of NPCs who just can’t resist involving everyone else in their love life. They will ask you to show them a ‘mon that is “Lovey Dovey,” and it’ll be up to you to figure out what they mean. If you have a completed Paldean Pokédex, this might not be difficult to figure out, but you can show them a Tandemaus, and you’ll complete this side-mission. In exchange, they’ll teach you the Heart (Right) and Heart (Left) emotes. 

Keeping the Kitakami Capitalism Machine Cranking

If you go to Kitakami Hall and speak with the Caretaker, he’ll inform you that he’s collecting funds to rebuild the Loyal Three Monument, despite the Loyal Three turning out to be kind of scummy. You can either donate 10,000 poké dollars at a time or 100,000 poké dollars at a time. If you can donate a total of 1,000,000 poké dollars, the monument will be rebuilt, and Kitakami’s tourism will be saved! Oh, and the Caretaker will give you the Festival Jinbei (Flashy). 

Billy and O’Nare’s Excellent Adventure

If you speak with an NPC in Mossui Town who seems panicked about someone named Billy and someone named O’Nare, that’s in reference to a new Teal Mask side quest where you can find these two gaudy billionaires as they travel across both Paldea and Kitakami. To learn more about this quest, check out our guide

Bloodmoon Ursaluna Hunt

As soon as you’ve captured at least 150 of the 200 pokémon in the Kitakami Pokédex, find an NPC with a camera in Mossui Town. They will invite you on a hunt for a Bloodmoon Ursaluna. Before you are able to catch it, however, you’ll be tasked with taking pictures of ten pokémon in the Timeless Woods. As soon as you do, you’ll be able to battle and capture the Bloodmoon Ursaluna. 

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