Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Starter Final Evolutions Explained

Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Starter Final Evolutions Explained
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Written by 

Tarran Stockton

Posted 

24th Jan 2023 16:00

The Pokemon Scarlet and Violet starter final evolutions can be very powerful, and it's satisfying to watch the small creature you start the game with grow into a beast with powerful combat capabilities. 

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet takes the series to a region based on the Iberian Peninsula, and introduces a bunch of new Pokemon at the same time. If you like your little starter guy and want to know what they'll end up looking like after a few evolutions, take a look at our breakdown of the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet starter final evolutions. 

Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Starter Final Evolutions Explained: Fuecoco

Fuecoco is the fire-type starter that resembles a cute little baby crocodile, but its evolutions start to make them look a lot nastier. 

Fuecoco

Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Starter Final Evolutions Explained: Fuecoco
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  • HP - 67
  • Attack - 45
  • Defence - 59
  • Special Attack - 63
  • Special Defence - 40
  • Speed - 36
  • Total - 310

Crocalor (Level 16)

Crocalor
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  • HP - 81
  • Attack - 55
  • Defence - 78
  • Special Attack - 90
  • Special Defence - 58
  • Speed - 49
  • Total - 411

Skeledirge (Level 36)

Skeledirge
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  • HP - 104
  • Attack - 75
  • Defence - 100
  • Special Attack - 110
  • Special Defence - 75
  • Speed - 66
  • Total - 530

 

Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Starter Final Evolutions Explained: Sprigatito

Sprigatito is the grass-type Pokemon you can begin the game with, a cat-like creature that becomes more human/cat hybrid as it evolves. 

Sprigatito

Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Starter Final Evolutions Explained: Sprigatito
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  • HP - 40
  • Attack - 61
  • Defence - 54
  • Special Attack - 45
  • Special Defence - 45
  • Speed - 65
  • Total - 310

Floragato (Level 16)

Floragato
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  • HP - 61
  • Attack - 80
  • Defence - 63
  • Special Attack - 60
  • Special Defence - 63
  • Speed - 83
  • Total - 410

Meowscarada (Level 36)

Meowscarada
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  • HP - 76
  • Attack - 110
  • Defence - 70
  • Special Attack - 81
  • Special Defence - 70
  • Speed - 123
  • Total - 530

Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Starter Final Evolutions Explained: Quaxly

Quaxly is the final starter, a water-type Pokemon that resembles a duck with a little hat/quiff combo. Every evolution also makes it look like a different bird.

Quaxly

Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Starter Final Evolutions Explained: Quaxly
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  • HP - 55
  • Attack - 65
  • Defence - 45
  • Special Attack - 50
  • Special Defence - 45
  • Speed - 50
  • Total - 310

Quaxwell (Level 16)

Quaxwell
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  • HP - 70
  • Attack - 85
  • Defence - 65
  • Special Attack - 65
  • Special Defence - 60
  • Speed - 65
  • Total - 410

Quaquaval (Level 36)

Quaquaval
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  • HP - 85
  • Attack - 120
  • Defence - 80
  • Special Attack - 85
  • Special Defence - 75
  • Speed - 85
  • Total - 530

That's all for our explainer of the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet starter final evolutions, and now you know the stats of the evolved versions of the little guy you select at the start of the game.

You may also want to know about the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet DLC, so check out what we know so far.

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