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Trevenant (pokémon).

Trevenant ( Japanese : オーロット Ohrot ) is a dual-type Ghost / Grass Pokémon introduced in Generation VI .

It evolves from Phantump when traded .

  • 1.1 Evolution
  • 2.1.1 Major appearances
  • 2.1.2 Minor appearances
  • 2.1.3 Pokédex entries
  • 2.2 Pokémon: Twilight Wings
  • 3.1 Movie adaptations
  • 3.2 Pokémon Adventures
  • 4 In the TCG
  • 5.1 Pokémon UNITE
  • 6.1 Pokédex entries
  • 6.2.1 In side games
  • 6.3.1 Base stats
  • 6.4 Type effectiveness
  • 6.5.1 By leveling up
  • 6.5.2 By TM
  • 6.5.3 By breeding
  • 6.5.4 By a prior evolution
  • 6.5.5 Special moves
  • 6.6 Side game data
  • 6.7 Evolution data
  • 6.8 Sprites
  • 7.1.1 Name origin
  • 8 In other languages
  • 9 Related articles
  • 10 References
  • 11 External links

Trevenant is a ghostly Pokémon resembling a slender brown tree. Its shadowy black body is visible through gaps in the tree, and a single, red eye is visible through a hole near the top. There is a wavy, horn-like branch on either side of its head, both dotted with small, green leaves, and a smaller branch on its forehead. On top of its head is a cluster of green leaves. It has two arms with gnarled branches similar to its horns on the elbows. Around its wrists are cuffs of green leaves and it has three claw-like fingers on each hand. Instead of legs, it has six roots similar to a spider's legs.

Trevenant can control other trees by using its roots as a nervous system. It uses this ability to trap people who harm its forest and will curse people who cut down trees. However, it is very kind to forest-dwelling creatures and Pokémon that reside in its body. Trevenant hates Fire-type Pokémon, so lumberjacks usually bring them to repel it. It is even believed that Trevenant has consumed people, although it is unclear whether this is fact or rumor.

Trevenant and its pre-evolved form Phantump are the only known Pokémon capable of learning the move Forest's Curse .

Trevenant evolves from Phantump .

(For specifics on this Pokémon's evolution in the games, refer to Game data→Evolution data .)

In the anime

Main series.

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Major appearances

Trevenant made its main series debut in Forging Forest Friendships! , where it kidnapped Ash . It wasn't malicious, though: it only wanted help rescuing its friends Bonsly and Sudowoodo , who had been trapped by Team Rocket .

A Trevenant appeared in Pikachu and the Pokémon Music Squad . It noticed the fight between Meowth , Chespin , and a Torchic over a Pecha Berry .

Three Trevenant appeared in A Timeless Encounter! , with two of them being normal and the third being a Totem Pokémon nicknamed Elder. Elder kept sneezing after getting a flock of Cutiefly stuck in its leaves. Ash and a young Professor Kukui freed the Cutiefly and used their Torracat and Litten , respectively, to warm up some of the Cutiefly. Afterwards, Elder rewarded Ash with a Firium Z . When Ash returned to the present , Elder was revealed to have passed away. It reappeared in a flashback in Pikachu's Exciting Adventure! .

Minor appearances

Trevenant debuted in Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction .

A Trevenant appeared as an image in A Performance Pop Quiz! .

A Trevenant appeared in The Winding Path to Greatness! , attacking Ash, Goh , and Allister for disturbing its home forest.

Pokédex entries

Pokémon: twilight wings.

A Trevenant appeared in Moonlight .

In the manga

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Movie adaptations

Two Trevenant appeared in ICYR2 .

Pokémon Adventures

Trevenant debuted in Trevenant Pokes , under the ownership of Essentia . It was first used to stop Korrina and Gurkinn from escaping the Tower of Mastery . Later, it constricted X , Y , Shauna , Tierno , and Trevor to prevent them from opposing Team Flare 's operation to move a dormant Xerneas back to their base .

Other appearances

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Pokémon UNITE

Trevenant is playable through obtaining a Unite License. It is a melee defender that starts as Phantump, which evolves into Trevenant at level 5.

Game locations

In side games, type effectiveness, by leveling up.

  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Trevenant
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Trevenant
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see level-up moves from other generations
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution or an alternate form of Trevenant
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see TM moves from other generations

By breeding

  • Moves marked with an asterisk (*) must be chain bred onto Trevenant
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see Egg moves from other generations

By a prior evolution

Special moves.

  • A superscript level indicates that Trevenant can learn this move normally in Generation IX
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see moves from other generations

Side game data

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Evolution data

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  • No other Pokémon have the same Egg Group combination as Trevenant and its pre-evolution .
  • Of all the Pokémon that evolve via trading (including with held items), Trevenant is the only one who can also be directly caught in the wild in the same generation in which it was introduced.
  • Trevenant and its pre-evolution were designed by James Turner . [1]

Trevenant is possibly based on a kodama , the spirits of trees that sometimes inhabit old-aged trees. Its stripe-like indentation on its body is very similar to shimenawa , used to mark spiritual habitation, who are often seen tied around kodama. It is also similar to other types of tree and nature spirits and deities, such as dryads . Trevenant's fierce protection of forests may be a reference to hamadryad , or could perhaps be a nod to the concept of protected sacred groves . Its single eye may possibly be a reference to cyclopes or the mountain-dwelling yamawarawa . Its general body shape may have been based on the shape of the kanji 木, meaning wood or tree. Trevenant may also be inspired by the treelike Ents from the fiction of J. R. R. Tolkien . Its Shiny coloration is based on the birch tree, known for its gray-and-white bark, with its leaves representing a tree in the autumn.

Name origin

Trevenant may be a combination of tree , revenant , and possibly treant .

Ohrot may be a combination of 大 ō (big) and ロット rot (as in a root rot ).

Related articles

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  • ↑ Tweet by James Turner (@JamesTurner_42). Posted on October 14, 2020.

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Trevenant

Small roots that extend from the tips of this Pokémon’s feet can tie into the trees of the forest and give Trevenant control over them.

People fear it due to a belief that it devours any who try to cut down trees in its forest, but to the Pokémon it shares its woods with, it’s kind.

  • Height 4' 11"
  • Weight 156.5 lbs
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The Pokémon’s status conditions are cured when it switches out.

When it enters a battle, the Pokémon can check an opposing Pokémon’s held item.

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Biology [ ]

Physiology [ ].

Trevenant resembles a tree, with bushes around its wrists and on its head. Its body is inside broken parts of wood, and it has two branches on its head. It has a giant red eye, which resembles Dusclops '. It walks on its roots, which look like many legs.

When a Trevenant dies or passes away, it becomes a normal tree.

Behavior [ ]

Because of its terrifying appearance, Trevenant has often been given the reputation as "the Ghost of the forest". Lumberjacks bring Fire types with them which Trevenant dislikes when entering forests.

Trevenant has been known to devour anyone who destroys its home, but it is kind to other Pokémon or Humans which inhabit the forest. Legend says that a curse will be inflicted onto those who cut down the trees or harm forests where Trevenant lives.

Special Abilities [ ]

Trevenant is able to manipulate and control all forms of trees through the use of its nervous system.

Evolution [ ]

Trevenant is the evolved form of Phantump . It evolves when traded .

Game data [ ]

Game locations [ ], pokédex entries [ ].

It can control trees at will. It will trap people who harm the forest, so they can never leave.

Using its roots as a nervous system, it controls the trees in the forest. It's kind to the Pokémon that reside in its body.

This Pokémon is said to devour anyone daring to ravage the forest. To the creatures dwelling in the forest, it offers great kindness.

Through its roots, it exerts control over other trees. A deadly curse falls upon anyone cutting down trees in forests where Trevenant dwell.

It’s feared as a ghost of the forest. Lumberjacks bring along Fire types, which Trevenant hates, when they enter the forest.

This Pokémon controls trees via roots stretching from its feet, and it will attack anyone that dares to ravage the forest.

People fear it due to a belief that it devours any who try to cut down trees in its forest, but to the Pokémon it shares its woods with, it's kind.

Small roots that extend from the tips of this Pokémon's feet can tie into the trees of the forest and give Trevenant control over them.

Using its roots, Trevenant connects itself to trees and monitors every corner of its forest. It uses curses to drive intruders away.

Trevenant is very kind to Pokémon living in the forest. It doesn't even care if these Pokémon take up residence in the greenery on its head.

Learnset [ ]

Leveling [ ].

  • Generation VII
  • Generation VI

Breeding [ ]

Tutoring [ ], 3d models [ ].

  • Generation VIII
  • Generation IX

Appearances [ ]

  • Trevenant (XY037)
  • Trevenant (PK028)

Trevenant is mostly based on a deadwood tree, a tree that has partially died and takes a twisty appearance, similarly to Trevenant's horns, legs, and claws. It is also likely based on a Kodama, a spirit in Japanese mythology that takes the form of a tree. Trevenant's acts of protecting it's forest home are also similar to the Kodama, as if a human were to cut down a tree a Kodama possesses, they would become cursed. It also shares similarities to a hamadryads, tree nymphs tied to their home trees by life, and would punish mortals who would kill trees. Its shape is also similar to the kanji for "tree" (木, boku). Its Shiny coloration is based on a birch tree with autumn leaves, but may also be based on the white coloration of ghosts in most media.

Etymology [ ]

Trevanant comes from tree , treant (another name for the Ent, a mythical creature that takes on the appearance of an anthropomorphic tree) and revenant (a person supposedly risen from the dead).

Gallery [ ]

709Trevenant XY anime

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Best moveset for Trevenant

The best moves for Trevenant are Shadow Claw and Shadow Ball when attacking Pokémon in Gyms. This move combination has the highest total DPS and is also the best moveset for PVP battles.

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Pokémon type

There are currently a total of 2 Pokémon in the Phantump family. Trevenant evolves from Phantump which costs 200 Candy.

Phantump

Standard game images

Trevenant - Male & Female

There is a very low chance that you can get a shiny Trevenant, which has the following appearance:

Trevenant Shiny - Male & Female

Trevenant is a Ghost & Grass Pokémon which evolves from Phantump. It is vulnerable to Flying, Ghost, Fire, Ice and Dark moves. Trevenant's strongest moveset is Shadow Claw & Shadow Ball and it has a Max CP of 2,559.

"It can control trees at will. It will trap people who harm the forest, so they can never leave."

Max CP with weather boost

The moves highlighted in green benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus , and deal 20% more damage.

What counters Trevenant?

Trevenant is a Ghost/Grass type Pokémon, which makes it weak against Flying , Ghost , Fire , Ice and Dark moves.

The 5 strongest Pokémon you can use to beat Trevenant are:

  • Darmanitan (Galarian Zen),
  • Calyrex (Shadow Rider),
  • Chandelure,
  • Darmanitan (Standard).

These moves are calculated using type advantages / disadvantages, and including STAB. Click here for more info »

Most vulnerable to Trevenant

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  • 3 Evolution family
  • 4 Availability
  • 5.1 Stickers
  • 6 External links

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Possible attacks [ ], fast attacks [ ].

Icon Ghost

Charged attacks [ ]

Icon Grass

Evolution family [ ]

Trevenant is part of a two-member family .

Availability [ ]

  • Trevenant was released at the start of Halloween 2021 Part 2 on October 22 nd , 2021 .

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Gallery [ ]

Stickers [ ].

List of Stickers

External links [ ]

  • Trevenant page, on the official Pokédex website
  • Trevenant article, on Bulbapedia
  • Trevenant article, on the Pokémon Wiki

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Trevenant is a dual-type Ghost / Grass -type Pokémon.

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  • 1 Pokédex entries
  • 2 Game locations
  • 3 Held items
  • 5 Type effectiveness
  • 6.1 By leveling up
  • 6.2 By TM/HM
  • 6.3 By breeding
  • 6.4 By tutoring
  • 7 Evolution

Pokédex entries [ ]

Game locations [ ], held items [ ].

  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Type effectiveness [ ]

Learnset [ ], by leveling up [ ].

  • A level of "Start" indicates a move that will be known by a Trevenant obtained at level 1
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Trevenant
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Trevenant

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By breeding [ ].

  • Moves marked with an asterisk (*) must be chain bred onto Trevenant
  • These moves can always be taught to Trevenant via the Virtual Move Tutor .

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Evolution [ ], sprites [ ].

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Learnt by levelling up

Learnt on evolution, learnt from a pre-evolution, learnt from tms/tmxs, learnt from move tutors, encounter rates, appearances in trainer teams.

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  • Forest's Curse (32 PP)
  • Earthquake (16 PP)
  • Phantom Force (16 PP)
  • Horn Leech (16 PP)
  • Power Whip (16 PP)
  • Rock Slide (16 PP)
  • Shadow Claw (24 PP)
  • Synthesis (8 PP)
  • Protect (16 PP)
  • Nature Power (32 PP)
  • Wood Hammer (24 PP)
  • Wood Hammer (15 PP)
  • Horn Leech (10 PP)
  • Bulldoze (20 PP)
  • Shadow Claw (15 PP)
  • Nature Power (20 PP)
  • Drain Punch (10 PP)
  • Rock Slide (10 PP)

Appearances in battle facilities

  • Wood Hammer
  • Shadow Claw
  • Power-Up Punch
  • Drain Punch
  • Phantom Force

Rarity Tier

   Unhuntable   

  60/255 (7.84%)  

Base Experience

  166  

Gender Ratio

     50%     50%     

  1.5m  

  71kg  

Trevenant is a Ghost and Grass type Pokémon.

Having evolved from Phantump when traded.

  • 1 Obtainability
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Obtainability

The only way to obtain a Trevenant is by evolving a Phantump .

On-Evolution Moves

Tms and hms, type effectiveness.

  • All darkened weakness types have a 4x weakness due to the multiplicative damage-modifiers of both of the Pokémon's type weaknesses.
  • All darkened resistance types have a 1⁄4x resistance due to the multiplicative damage-modifiers of both of the Pokémon's type resistances.

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Shiny Trevenant

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How to get Phantump and Trevenant in Pokémon Go: Catch guide, evolution method, Shiny odds, more

The spooky tree duo are finally here.

trevenant pokémon evolution

Phantump and Trevenant have finally debuted in Pokémon Go as a part of the Ghoulish Pals slice of the Halloween Mischief event.

Finding, catching, and evolving them is straightforward, and with a dash of luck, you could stumble upon a Shiny version, but the odds are quite slim.

How to catch Phantump and Trevenant in Pokémon Go

There are three ways to find and catch Phantump in Pokémon Go during the Halloween Mischief event:

  • First, you can encounter it in the wild
  • Second, you can catch it after defeating it in a one-star raid battle
  • Third, you can hatch it from a 7km Egg

However, when it comes to Trevenant, the only way to get one is by evolving it from Phantump. It cannot be found and caught in the wild or after a raid, and it cannot be hatched from an Egg.

How to evolve Phantump into Trevenant in Pokémon Go

Evolving Phantump into Trevenant in Pokémon Go can be done in two ways.

  • First, you can trade Phantump with a friend in person. Once they receive it, it will evolve into Trevenant. If you both have a Phantump, trade at the same time and you both get a Trevenant.
  • Second, you can collect 200 Phantump Candy and use it to evolve Phantump into Trevenant. Boost your Phantump Candy by using Pinap Berries when catching Phantump, then make it your Buddy Pokémon and take it for a stroll. It’s a bit of a grind though, so trading might be a more convenient route.

Can Phantump or Trevenant be Shiny in Pokémon Go ?

Yes, both Phantump and Trevenant have Shiny versions in Pokémon Go . Like with all Shiny Pokémon , the odds of finding one are slim, roughly one in 500 .

If you’ve found a Shiny Phantump, you can evolve it into Trevenant. Just remember, you’ll need 200 Phantump Candy for the evolution if you want to keep it since trading it to a friend for evolution means you won’t get it back.

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Trevenant is a dual-type Ghost / Grass Pokémon.

It evolves from Phantump when traded.

  • 2 Pokedex entry
  • 3 Game locations
  • 4 Base stats
  • 5 Type effectiveness
  • 7 Evolution

Biology [ ]

Trevenant is a ghostly Pokémon resembling a slender brown tree. Its shadowy black body is visible through gaps in the tree, and a single, red eye is visible through a hole near the top. There is a wavy, horn-like branch on either side of its head, both dotted with small, green leaves, and a smaller branch on its forehead. On top of its head is a cluster of green leaves. It has two arms with gnarled branches similar to its horns on the elbows. Around its wrists are cuffs of green leaves and it has three claw-like fingers on each hand. Instead of legs, it has six roots similar to a spider's legs.

Trevenant can control other trees by using its roots as a nervous system. It uses this ability to trap people who harm its forest and will curse people who cut down trees. However, it is very kind to forest-dwelling creatures and Pokémon that reside in its body. Trevenant hates Fire-type Pokémon, so lumberjacks usually bring them to repel it. Along with its pre-evolved form Phantump , Trevenant is the only known Pokémon capable of learning Forest's Curse.

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Game locations [ ], base stats [ ].

  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Type effectiveness [ ]

  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by this Pokemon
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of this Pokemon

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Trevenant Pokémon: Weaknesses, Evolution & Name in Japanese

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  • People fear it due to a belief that it devours any who try to cut down trees in its forest, but to the Pokémon it shares its woods with, it’s kind.
  • Small roots that extend from the tips of this Pokémon’s feet can tie into the trees of the forest and give Trevenant control over them.

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Ultimate Guide to Pokémon Go's Rowlet Community Day: Shiny Hunts, Moves & Strategies

Posted: January 8, 2024 | Last updated: January 7, 2024

Celebrating Rowlet: A Verdant Feast

Pokémon Go enthusiasts are in for a treat with the upcoming Rowlet Community Day event. Set for January 6, from 2-5 p.m. local time, the game will feature Rowlet in all its glory. As Community Days are known for, players can anticipate a deluge of Rowlet, each with a heightened chance of being a shiny variant. But the excitement doesn’t stop there. This event is filled with bonuses and additional perks designed to make your Pokémon journey even more thrilling.

Shiny Hunting Strategies: How to Catch a Shiny Rowlet

“Shiny rates on Community Days are about 1 in 24,” as previously reported by The Silph Road. To maximize your chances of encountering a shiny Rowlet, it’s recommended to play throughout the entire three-hour window. For those pressed for time or low on Poké Balls, utilizing an Incense can streamline the process. Tap each Rowlet to check for shininess, and keep an eye out for the ones turning their faces towards you — a sign they’ve been checked. Remember, the shiny variations are distinct: Rowlet becomes mint green, Dartrix turns teal, and Decidueye sports a darker green with black and red accents.

Mastery of Moves: Understanding Rowlet’s Evolution

Timing is everything: evolving dartrix into decidueye.

If you evolve Dartrix into Decidueye between 2 p.m. and 10 p.m. on the event day, it will learn the powerful charged move Frenzy Plant. Missed the window? You might get another shot during a December Community Day weekend event or alternatively, use an Elite TM to obtain Frenzy Plant anytime.

Assessing Decidueye’s Role in the Meta

A competitive contender: decidueye’s strengths and weaknesses.

In terms of PvE (Player versus Environment), Decidueye equipped with Frenzy Plant proves to be a formidable attacker, though it doesn’t quite top charts with picks like Kartana and Roserade. If you’re lacking a team of top-tier Shadow grass-types or Kartana, Decidueye can be a valuable asset. As for PvP (Player versus Player), while it might not replace the likes of Trevenant for grass and ghost typing, Decidueye remains a viable option with its unique moveset of Spirit Shackle and Frenzy Plant.

Seizing the Day: Making the Most of Rowlet Community Day

Bonuses and strategies to enhance your experience.

The event is more than just catching Pokémon; it’s about leveraging the available bonuses to enhance your collection and experience. Here are the bonuses you’ll enjoy:

  • Tripled Stardust for catching Pokémon
  • Doubled candy for catching Pokémon
  • Doubled chance for level 31+ trainers to get XL candy from catching Pokémon
  • Incense and Lure Modules lasting three hours
  • Special photobombs by Rowlet in snapshots
  • Reduced Stardust cost for trading

To make the most of these, consider using a Star Piece and an Incense to amplify your rewards, especially if you’re after the potent and elusive shiny Rowlet. And don’t forget about the upcoming Hisuian Decidueye. Save some Rowlet Candy for this future powerhouse.

Additional Opportunities: Raids and Mega Evolutions

Beyond the community day hours.

Post Community Day hours, from 5-10 p.m., special four-star raids featuring Dartrix will occur. Successfully defeating Dartrix will cause Rowlet to spawn in the surrounding area for 30 minutes. These raids, not available remotely, offer a second wind to trainers looking for more Rowlet captures. Moreover, if you have the ability to Mega Evolve certain Pokémon like Venusaur or Charizard, you’ll receive an additional Rowlet Candy per catch, further maximizing your gains.

In summary, the Rowlet Community Day is not just an event; it’s an opportunity filled with strategy, excitement, and shiny prospects. Dive into the verdant world of Rowlet, embrace the bonuses, and evolve your gameplay . With a little preparation and strategy, this event can be a cornerstone in building a formidable Pokémon team. Don’t miss out on the chance to make this Community Day your most rewarding one yet!

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The Weirdest Pokemon Evolution Methods in the Scarlet and Violet DLC

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Listen, there are some weird Pokemon evolutions out there, and Pokemon Scarlet and Violet have them in spades. Sometimes the cute little guy you first caught will evolve into an absolute monstrosity, or just something a little bit... off. But who doesn't love a good motley crew?

The Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Teal Mask DLC introduced some new and classic Pokemon to the game, but evolving them isn't always a straightforward process. Here are some of the most sought-after Pokemon evolution methods in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet The Teal Mask DLC and the Pokemon Indigo Disk DLC.

How to Evolve Nosepass in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

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  • Expose to Thunder Stone
  • Defeat in 5-Star or 6-Star Tera Raid Battle

This adorable little Moai (or Easter Island head) of a Pokemon makes a return in the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet DLC, but evolving Nosepass is different this time around.

Once you've found Nosepass in the northwestern corner of Kitakami (we recommend looking in Paradise Barrens) you will need to expose Nosepass to a Thunder Stone in order to evolve it into its next strange form, Probopass. Alternatively, if you don't want to evolve Nosepass, you can sometimes find and defeat Probopass in either a 5-Star or 6-Star Tera Raid.

How to Evolve Aipom in Pokemon Scarlet/Violet

trevenant pokémon evolution

  • Teach Aipom the Double Hit move
  • Defeat in Tera Raid Battle

It's always been just a little disconcerting that Aipom evolves from a cute little monkey with a hand on its tail to a cute little monkey with... they kind of look like udders, okay? If you want Aipom's evolution, Ambipom, however, you can evolve your Aipom using this trick.

First, you will want to teach your Aipom the move Double Hit. Aipom should learn the Double Hit move naturally at Level 32. Once Aipom knows Double Hit, you only need to level it up once more and it evolves into Ambipom!

How to Evolve Lampent in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

trevenant pokémon evolution

  • Expose to Dusk Stone
  • Defeat in 5-Star or 6-Star Tera Raid Battles

Yep, a chandelier Pokemon. Starting out as the precious candle Pokemon, Litwick, you can take its second evolution Lampent another level and get yourself your very own Chandelure.

To evolve Lampent into Chandelure, you will need to expose your Lampent to Dusk Stone . There is a guaranteed drop of Dusk Stone behind the Montenevera Gym, if you're having trouble finding some. Otherwise, you can skip evolving Lampent altogether and capture a Chandelure after defeating one in a 5-Star or 6-Star Tera Raid Battle.

How to Evolve Weepinbell in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

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  • Expose to Leaf Stone
  • Defeat in high-level Tera Raid Battle

It has to be said. Weepinbell goes from looking very much like a mouth to evolving into a mouth with sharp teeth. If this cursed creature is your cup of tea though, you can catch Weepinbell and evolve it into your very own Victreebel!

To evolve Weepinbell, you'll need to expose your Weepinbell to a Leaf Stone. We recommend looking for Leaf Stone in Tagtree Thicket, or you can just buy one. You can also just capture a Victreebel by defeating it in a higher-level Tera Raid Battle.

How to Evolve Dusclops in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

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  • Trade while holding Reaper Cloth

This strange Ghost-type Pokemon Dusclops can only be evolved into a Dusknoir by trading it at Level 37. However, there's a catch! The Dusclops must be holding a Reaper Cloth when traded. To find one, head to the Timeless Woods in Kitakami, and look around the ground in the center of it, to the south, for a Poke Ball on the ground containing one. Dusclops is one of several Pokemon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet that can only evolve when traded.

The only other way to snag yourself the sinister Dusknoir Pokemon is to defeat one in a high-level Tera Raid in Kitakami.

How to Evolve Poliwhirl in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

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  • Trade while holding King's Rock
  • Defeat Politoed high-level Tera Raid Battle

Okay, so Poliwhirl really isn't that "weird" for a Pokemon, at least when you compare it to others. What's strange about Poliwhirl is that it's one of the few Pokemon that has a "branching" evolution. Not only that, but its Politoed evolution circumvents the usual standard in which an adorable Pokemon evolves into a "tougher" looking Pokemon.

If you want to evolve your Poliwhirl into a cute Politoed instead of Poliwrath, you will need to trade it while it's holding a King's Rock at Level 25 . You can get King's Rock from Delibird Presents. The only other way you'll encounter a Politoed in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is in a high-level Tera Raid Battle in Kitakami.

How to Evolve Feebas in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

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  • Trade while holding a Prism Scale
  • Defeat Milotic in 5-Star or 6-Star Tera Raid Battles

This very decased-looking fish Pokemon, Feebas, is tough to locate in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. If you need help tracking Feebas down, try using our Where to Find Feebas in The Teal Mask DLC guide .

Originally, Feebas would only evolve into Milotic once it was as beautiful as it could be, but since that old Pokemon Contest mechanic is missing from Scarlet and Violet, you'll have to follow a different method. Once you've caught Feebas, the next step is to give it a Prism Scale and trade it . Once traded, it will evolve into a Milotic! If you're up for the challenge, alternatively you can defeat Milotic in a 5-Star or 6-Star Tera Raid Battle found in the Kitakami region.

How to Evolve Applin in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

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  • Expose to a Syrupy Apple
  • Defeat Dipplin in 4-Star Tera Raid Battle

Dipplin is a new, strange candied apple Pokemon introduced in The Teal Mask DLC. To get it, you'll first need to find an Applin. These are easier to find in Kitakami, specifically the Apple Hills. Applin already had two different evolutions depending on the type of apple you expose it to, and Dipplin is now the third. Once you have acquired an Applin, simply expose it to the new Syrupy Apple ! You can also find Dipplin in 6-Star Tera Raid Battles in Blueberry Academy's Terarium.

How to Evolve Dipplin in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

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  • Teach it Dragon Cheer and level it up once

Hydrapple is really just a collection of six "syrpents" who live in an apple made of syrup. Really. It's the new second stage evolution of the Applin line introduced in The Indigo Disk DLC, and to get it, you'll need to evolve the more subdued Dipplin. Dipplin will need to learn Dragon Cheer via TM before it can level up and evolve. To get the Dragon Cheer TM, defeat a certain BB League Elite Four member in the Polar Biome.

How to Evolve Hisuian Qwilfish in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

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  • Teach it Barb Barrage and level it up
  • Defeat Overqwil in 6-Star Tera Raid Battles in Blueberry Academy's Terarium

Hisuian Qwilfish and Overqwil aren't too strange, considering they're kind of inspired by real-life sea creatures, but the method to evolve Hisuian Qwilfish is a fairly unique one. It needs to know Barb Barrage first and then level up to evolve into Overqwil. You can also encounter the angry Overqwil in 6-Star Tera Raid Battles in Blueberry Academy's Terarium.

How to Evolve Inkay in Pokemon Scarlet/Violet

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  • Level up Inkay to Lv. 30 or up while the Switch is upside down
  • Defeat Malamar in 5- or 6-Star Tera Raid Battles in Blueberry Academy's Terarium

Inkay is a cute 'lil squid friend that evolves into Malamar, a curious Dark- and Psychic type Pokemon that can hypnotize its victim. The evolution method for Inkay has been stumping players since its inception, and the method hasn't changed for its reintroduction in The Indigo Disk DLC. Level Inkay up to at least Level 30 while the console - yes, the entire Nintendo Switch - is upside down.

How to Evolve Milcery in Pokemon Scarlet/Violet

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  • Give Milcery a Sweet to hold and spin

Milcery's a cute cream Pokemon first introduced in Pokemon Sword and Shield with a completely unique method of evolution that is... quite specific and strange. First, you must let it hold a Sweet. Then, exit the menu and twirl the control stick so your trainer spins--Milcery should evolve into Alcremie! A pile of whipped cream and strawberries. Well, its adornments will change based on the Sweet you gave it! Yum.

All Trade Evolution Pokemon in Scarlet/Violet

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There are some Pokemon in Scarlet and Violet that require you to trade them before they'll evolve. These Pokemon are Trade Evolutions .

Here is the list of all trade evolutions in Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet (and the DLC) as a quick reference:

  • Trade while it's holding a Metal Coat
  • Trade while it's holding a King's Rock (for Slowking)
  • Trade at Level 25 or higher
  • Trade while it's holding a Protector
  • Trade while it's holding an Electirizer
  • Trade while it's holding a Magmarizer
  • Traide while it's holding a King's Rock (for Politoed)
  • Trade while it's holding a Dragon Scale
  • Trade while it's holding a Reaper Cloth
  • Trade while it's holding a Prism Scale
  • Trade while it's holding an Upgrade
  • Trade while it's holding a Dubious Disk

All of these evolutions can also be caught after defeating them in Tera Raid Battles if you've got what it takes, too.

Are there some Pokemon who you are hoping to evolve that weren't on this list? You can find every Pokemon and their evolution items over on our How to Evolve Every Pokemon guide for Scarlet and Violet! On the flip side, if you are looking for more Teal Mask DLC help, check out our walkthrough or How to Catch the Loyal Three guides !

Shailyn Cotten is a Freelance Writer for IGN. When she's not writing guides, you can find her gobbling up Legend of Zelda lore, writing cozy fantasy novels, or live-streaming on Twitch . You can find her on Twitter at @ShaiCotten .

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