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Indigo the Lycanroc is a character appearing in The Legend of Fox the Brave. She is a rude, snide, and overall antagonistic Dusk Lycanroc originally apart of the Angel Island Pack before she turned on them with her mate Mars the Lycanroc in favor of Dr. Finitevus during the Rise of Darkness.
Like Crystal the Lycanroc, Indigo is a female Shiny Dusk Lycanroc. She greatly resembles a Midday Lycanroc, but with a longer and thicker mane that droops over her face, bluish-green eyes, and deep blue fur. Her white paws, tail, face, and brown claws, nose, and rock-spikes remain the same.
Though less upfront than Mars, Indigo is just as snide, rude, and arrogant as he is. She acts very similarly to Fiona Fox to everyone else, though her favorite target seems to be Crystal because of her own disbelief in a Dusk Lycanroc's power of foresight(possibly because Crystal has it and she doesn't, and she viewed Hooper as basically a crazy old man). Despite having two sons, Flint and Spire, Indigo doesn't care for them.
Crystal's history is unknown, as is how she came to be a Dusk Lycanroc. However, she decided to go with Hooper when he left for the Four Worlds to form a pack of his own on Angel Island. In Crystal's flashbacks in Return of an Enemy, it was shown that because of her belief in the Dusk Lycanroc's power of foresight, Crystal was bullied and mocked relentlessly by Indigo, who didn't believe in it. She was also heartless and insensitive when Hooper passed away, implying she believed he was simply a crazy old man for supposedly having visions. In Rise of Darkness, when Scourge, Fiona, and Lycus-having been forced to stay to help with the mess they caused-ditched the warriors, Mars and Indigo went with them, though Indigo expressed doubts about Finitevus.
Indigo's moveset is unknown
Like other Dusk Lycanroc, Indigo's Ability is Tough Claws, which boosts the power of attacks that make contact
Being a Rock-Type, Indigo is weak to Water, Ground, Fighting, and Steel-Type Pokemon
Indigo is the first-known Pokemon to be named after a color, specifically her own color, as the color indigo is a dark shade of blue
Indigo is the only true antagonistic Dusk Lycanroc, as Crunch redeemed himself and became a warrior and later a doting father