Pokemon Go Ditto Disguises March 2023 – Where is our favorite little blob hiding this month? A Complete Guide

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Ditto disguises March 2023

As we all know, Ditto is probably one of the most iconic Pokemon. Introduced in Generation I, this purple blob disguises itself into any Pokemon or object using the move Transform and is thus called the Transform Pokemon on the Pokedex. 

While you almost always initially see this Pokemon in its purple blob state in a lot of Pokemon games, Pokemon Go makes it a little harder for you to know that you’re actually meeting a Ditto as the Pokemon doesn’t appear in its original state in the wild.

Instead, Ditto takes the form of other Pokemon and will only reveal itself after being caught. If you’re trying to complete the ever-expanding Pokedex, you should definitely catch Ditto. But as you won’t see this Pokemon as it is in the wild, which Pokemon should you keep an eye on? Let’s take a look below as we explore the Ditto disguises March 2023.

Ditto disguises March 2023

Ditto Disguises March  2023
Credit: Niantic

There’s no way of knowing you are about to encounter a Ditto, it is purely based on luck! However, every month the chance of catching Ditto changes with specific Pokemon.

The Ditto Disguises March 2023, are due to be increased in the following Pokemon:

  • Ekans
  • Gastly
  • Dwebble
  • Natu
  • Lillipup
  • Finneon
  • Surskit
  • Spinarak*
  • Numel*
  • Bidoof*

*Reports indicate these Pokemon may not be available, however, there is no official confirmation at present.

READ MORE: Pokemon Go: A complete Eevee Evolution Guide

Ditto disguises March 2023 – A shiny encounter

Ditto disguises March 2023
Credit Niantic

There is a chance for you to catch a shiny Ditto in Pokemon Go. While the non-shiny Ditto looks like a purple blob, you’ll know you’ve seen a shiny one when, after catching any of the Pokemon in the previous list, the Pokemon transforms into a blue blob instead.

However, it is important to note that a non-shiny purple Ditto can fool you and disguise itself as a shiny Pokemon, and a shiny blue Ditto can conceal itself as a non-shiny one. 


This means that if you encounter a shiny Ekans in the wild, for example, there’s a chance that a non-shiny Ditto is only playing with your eyes. 

If you catch a non-shiny Pokemon that then turns out to be a blue Ditto, then consider it your lucky day!

Pokemon Go is available to download now on Apple and Android Mobile devices