Planning on picking the fiery starter in the next mainline Pokemon games? You'll end up wondering what level does Fuecoco evolve in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet while you're on your adventure. It's bound to be one of your strongest creatures, and the gruelling wait for it to evolve can sometimes be a surprise you want to ruin.
Each new generation of Pokemon offers a choice of three starters; a Water-type, a Fire-type, and a Grass-type. Scarlet and Violet are to be no different. Sprigatito, Fuecoco and Quaxly were introduced to us a while ago, and since then they've been seen in trailers. Now, we're sifting through leaks as to their evolutions and what moves they have for us to use in battle.
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What level does Fuecoco evolve in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet?
Every time we select a starter in Pokemon, we can be sure that it won't need an item or a specific situation to evolve - all we need to do is bring them into battle, and eventually, it will evolve to its next form.
What level does Fuecoco evolve into Crocalor?
It has been confirmed that Fuecoco will evolve into Crocalor at level 16.
It can sometimes be worthwhile holding off on their first evolution to make levelling up for the second a little easier. They'll just be weaker for a bit longer, which you can offset by training other Pokemon to a similar level.
What level does Fuecoco evolve into Skeleridge?
Once you've got your Fuecoco evolution, you'll likely need to wait for Crocalor to evolve into Skeleridge. Going off new leaks, it is safe to assume that Crocalor will evolve again at level 36.
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet release on November 18, and we suggest brushing up on your knowledge before delving into it. Here's what we know about the new Gym Leaders in the Paldea region, and what the newly added Tera Raids are.