Trainer classes are an interesting feature that adds a bit of character to would-be bland battles. Without them, every Trainer would be indistinguishable from another, appearing as a fellow Gym challenger in different clothes.
Luckily, Pokemon’s worldbuilding is robust, including different vocations for the people you’re battling. These include toddlers, construction workers, psychics, and gang members.
Indigo Disc seems to be all about battles, which is why this DLC is a ripe opportunity for some Trainer classes that haven’t been used in a while to make a comeback. Since the Teal Mask DLC introduced Trainer classes that weren’t initially used in the main game, history tells us that some fresh Trainer classes will also appear in this installment. Below, we have our top picks for Trainer classes that would totally make sense to appear in Scarlet and Violet: The Indigo Disc.
The Hex Maniac is a popular Trainer class that first appeared in Ruby and was more popularized with the transition to 3D with X and Y. The last time we saw her was in the remakes of her debut title, which is why she is one of the best choices for a Trainer class comeback in Indigo Disc. Given that the entire DLC is about battling, the Hex Maniac would be a great choice for an eccentric Trainer you must face on your way to the top of the ranks.
While she isn’t as rarely seen as Hex Maniac, the Parasol Lady first debuted in Ruby and Sapphire, reappearing most recently in remakes exclusively. In a DLC full of battle-ready Trainers, the Parasol Lady would be a welcome switch up, being a relative fan favorite ever since her original debut. Given her presence in games like Black and White, which had facilities like the BattleRead more on gamepur.com