Raikou, Entei, and Suicune locations in The Indigo Disk

Raikou, Entei, and Suicune locations Pokemon Scarlet Violet

Those curious about the locations for Raikou, Entei, and Suicune in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet can find out where to find each of them with our guide.

These Legendary Beasts – or Legendary Dogs – are available after clearing The Indigo Disk’s main story. As with all Legendary Pokemon, these are available via a character named Snacksworth who appears at the entrance of Blueberry Academy. Every time you clear 10 BP quests (accessed by clicking right on the D-pad), he will give you a snack for a random Legendary Pokemon. We’ve listed all of their locations right here, plus images of where they are on the map. 

Raikou, Entei, and Suicune locations


We’ll start off with Raikou’s location first in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. As shown in the map above, it’s just north of a small circular pool in West Province Area 1. It’s up on a ledge, so finding it from a distance might be a little tricky! Raikou can set rain and attack with Electric- and Psychic-type moves, so make sure you come prepared.


Next is the location for Entei in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. This Legendary Pokemon is located northeast of Levincia in East Province Area 3. More specifically, it’s standing on a cliff overlooking the east Paldean ocean. It’s important to note that all of the Legendary Beasts have a rather low catch rate, so make sure to bring a Pokemon who can put opponents to sleep – something like Breloom with Spore or Gallade with Hypnosis will go a long way here.


Finally, we have location for Suicune in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, which is a small island in the middle of Paldea’s Casseroya Lake. As shown above, you’ll need to head to the middle-west end of the lake to find the island in question. Suicune is standing at the island’s east edge, so you can initiate your battle from there.

Some of these Legendary Pokemon are tricky to track down – the hints you get can be kind of vague – so we’ll be reporting on many more of these in the future. Remember to check out our list of Indigo Disk guides if you’re still trying to track down the rest of them.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are available now for Nintendo Switch, and you can visit the official site here.