Go Team Star!

6 new characters and Pokémon from the latest Scarlet and Violet trailer

Team Star heats up Paldea in the latest trailer.

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Ahead of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s November launch, Nintendo shared a new trailer showing off one of Paldea’s annual school activities: the Treasure Hunt!

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While no one can replace rad snowboarder Grusha in our hearts, the trailer also features trainers you’ll battle in Paldea and the ‘mons you’ll meet along the way.

Here’s every Pokémon and Trainer revealed in the new trailer!

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First off

we meet Team Star, a group of teenage delinquents you just know are going to be instant fan favorites.

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Team Star has multiple antagonists — we get a look at Fire Crew leader Mela atop a tricked-out muscle car that gives even Fury Road’s rides a run for their money.

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Mela’s personality looks as fiery as her Pokémon, and she has some of the sickest boots in series history.

Next we head to the Path of Legends

where Trainer Arven is looking to score some dank Herba Mystica, a health-restoring plant guarded by powerful Titan Pokémon...

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...like the Titan Klawf! This massive but adorable crab could pinch you in half without a second thought.

On Victory Road we meet Pokémon League chairwoman Geeta and her enviable outfit.

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet adds some new twists to your journey, like mini-game Gym Tests. We see one that involves seeking out Sunflora.

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Grass-type Gym Leader Brassius makes an appearance using the new Terastallized forms...

...but it’s his skill with the whip that’s sure to turn heads.

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The trailer ends with a blazing fast pokémontage showing off two version-specific Fire-type Pokémon: Armarouge and Ceruledge.

Scarlet gets Armarouge, a Fire/Psychic Pokémon sporting a Mega Man-like blaster and impressive pauldrons.

Pokémon Violet includes Ceruledge, a sleeker, stabbier Fire/Ghost-type that trainers could probably use as a can opener in a pinch.

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

will shake up the series in some major ways, so more surprises may be in store before their November 18 release on Switch.

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