Scarlet and Violet's Treasure Hunt: What is it? The Scarlet and Violet story is explained

Scarlet and Violet's Treasure Hunt: What is it? The Scarlet and Violet story is explained ...

In several Pokemon series entries, Game Freak has experimented with sub-stories playing out alongside the main narrative, but it hasnt been done in the same direction Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is looking to pull off.

Due to the open-world nature of SV, players will embark on what is known in Paldea as a Treasure Hunt. The specifics of what this task really is are still unanswered, but we do know that three individual sections will be woven into it.

Each journey will see the player confront a unique task, whether it be as well-known as challenging a regions Gym Leaders or something different like helping another student gather mystic ingredients guarded by Titan Pokemon. This should make these segmented stories feel more fleshed out and distinct.

Scarlet and Violets Treasure Hunt includes new elements, an open world, and an expansive narrative that the Pokemon franchise has never attempted before.

In Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, here are all of the information about Starfall Street, Victory Road, and the Path of Legends story paths.

During their stay in Paldea, Victory Road, Path of Legends, and Starfall Street are three different paths players will take. Each has its own cast of characters, its own focus, and what are sure to be difficulties you will likely encounter more frequently.

Before the game opens up and everyone departs on the Treasure Hunt, you should enroll in a local school and learn more about the region as a kind of course. From there, you may hop on Koraidon or Miraidon and explore to your heart's content. But what are you getting into if you choose one of the paths?

This is all intended as players will eventually need to complete the Paldean equivalent of Victory Road once they complete the regions Gym Challenge.

In this mode, the term Champion Rank is used, suggesting that there may be some distinct differences between the Paldeas Gym Challenge and those of other regions. There may also be a glitch where the Pokemon League is not managed in a way fans are familiar with.

Nemona will serve you as a recurring character in this story journey, along with the usual encounters with Gym Leaders and other important figures from across the region.

Delinquent students from across Paldea are causing a stir and affecting the Treasure Hunt. The reasons are still unknown, but players will get involved in Team Star's activities and will have to deal with their biker gang-style lifestyle.

Team Star is unlikely to be the games evil team, but rather a platform of sorts to guide players through a story and build up to an eventual reveal, much like how the previous two Pokemon generations used Team Skull and Team Yell to conceal the true villains.

In a trailer, we saw Fire Crew manager Mela leading the charge on a motorized stage, but that name implies that there are many crews scattered across Paldea. And if that is the case, they are likely to each embody a different type of troublemaking.

We can only speculate for the time being. Hopefully, this story will go beyond just chasing down the bad guys and discovering their motives.

Path of Legends will have players pairing up with an upperclassman named Arven and traveling the region to collect rare ingredients known as Herba Mystica, the most treasure hunty of the Treasure Hunts story paths.

Although it isn't exactly treasure digging in the traditional sense, Paldea's history and customs should be the most prominent in this section. Even if it isn't, you will still encounter the Titans.

Titan Pokemon haven't received the full media breakdown yet, but from what was shown, they are far larger versions of existing Pokemon that are known to inhabit certain areas of Paldea.

With players encountering these Titans as a sort of test or roadblock along the path to gather Herba Mystica, this seems to take a page from the Totem Pokemon mechanic from Sun and Moon.

The easiest assumption to make is that all three stories will reinterpret their own unique voice in some future Game Freak.

It is quite probable that the game will push you to go and do the others you haven't completed yet. This might just be a way to keep the end game hidden from the rest of the content, but also a chance to really deepen the SVs lore by giving players an actual narrative reason to complete each path throughout the game.

Koraidon and Miraidon will certainly be the focal point of whatever the game's real conclusion will be, as getting them early on as partners to ride around has to tie in some way.

At first glance, Game Freak seems to be combining many of the Legendary Pokemon-centric storytelling methods it has been using since Black and White together to give greater emotional impact to the Pokemon and characters in the region.

This should culminate in a Sun and Moons-style climax, but we will have to wait and see when the games will be released.