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Pokemon Quest how to evolve your Pokemon like Pikachu (the evolution guide)

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As in the main series, by playing the Pokemon Quest spin-off on your Nintendo Switch or Android / iOS mobile, you can evolve the wild Pokemon you capture / host in your camp. The difference is that most Pokemon evolution has been simplified in this game. You won’t need to get elementary stones to make your creatures evolve. 

However, the Pokemon Quest evolution system has some features to know, for example for the three Eevee evolutions. If you’re looking for how to evolve your starter like Pikachu, Charmander or understand how Pokemon Quest’s special evolutions work, just consult our guide below or you’ll get all the answers to your questions.

How to evolve your Pokemon in the Pokemon Quest game :

Know that most of your creatures will evolve simply by increasing their level. You only need to complete expeditions and gain experience for a Pokemon to reach a level where it can evolve. For example, Pikachu will evolve after passing level 22 and not using a thunder stone. See below the evolution list of Pokemon by level, you will find after this list the evolution method for Eevee that differs from the others !

  • Abra it evolves at the level Level 16 in Kadabra and it evolves at the level Level 36 in Alakazam
  • Bellsprout it evolves at the level Level 21 in Weepinbell and it evolves at the level Level 36 in Victreebell
  • Bulbasaur it evolves at the level Level 16 in Ivysaur and it evolves at the level Level 32 in Venusaur
  • Caterpie it evolves at the level Level 7 in Metapod and it evolves at the level Level 10 in Butterfree
  • Charmander it evolves at the level Level 16 in Charmeleon and it evolves at the level Level 36 in Charizard
  • Cubone it evolves at the level Level 28 in Marowak
  • Diglett it evolves at the level Level 26 in Dugtrio
  • Doduo it evolves at the level Level 31 in Dodrio
  • Dratini it evolves at the level Level 30 in Dragonair and  it evolves at the level Level 55 in Dragonite
  • Drowzee it evolves at the level Level 26 in Hypno
  • Eevee it evolves at the level Level 36 in Vaporeon / Jolteon / Flareon (see Eevee Evolutions below this article)
  • Ekans it evolves at the level Level 22 in Arbok
  • Gastly it evolves at the level Level 25 in Haunter and it evolves at the level Level ?? in Gengar
  • Geodude it evolves at the level Level 25 in Graveler and it evolves at the level Level ?? in Golem
  • Goldeen it evolves at the level Level 33 in Seaking
  • Grimer it evolves at the level Level 38 in Muk
  • Growlithe evolves Level 36 in Arcanine
  • Horsea it evolves at the level Level 32 in Seadra
  • Kabuto it evolves at the level Level 40 in Kabutops
  • Koffing it evolves at the level Level 35 in Weezing
  • Krabby it evolves at the level Level 28 in Kingler
  • Machop it evolves at the level Level 28 in Machoke and it evolves at the level Level 36 in Machamp
  • Magnemite it evolves at the level Level 30 in Magneton
  • Magikarp it evolves at the level Level 20 in Gyarados
  • Mankey it evolves at the level Level 28 in Primeape
  • Meowth it evolves at the level Level 28 in Persian
  • Nidoran it evolves at the level Level 16 in Nidorina or Nidorino and it evolves at the level Level 36 in Nidoqueen or Nidoking
  • Oddish it evolves at the level Level 21 in Gloom and it evolves at the level Level 36 in Vileplume
  • Omanyte it evolves at the level Level 40 in Omastar
  • Paras it evolves at the level Level 24 in Parasect
  • Pidgey it evolves at the level Level 18 in Pidgeotto and it evolves at the level Level 36 in Pidgeot
  • Pikachu it evolves at the level Level 22 in Raichu
  • Poliwag evolves at the Level 25 in Poliwhirl and it evolves at the level Level 36 in Poliwrath
  • Ponyta it evolves at the level Level 40 in Rapidash
  • Psyduck it evolves at the level Level 33 in Golduck
  • Rattata it evolves at the level Level 20 in Raticate
  • Rhyhorn it evolves at the level Level 42 in Rhydon
  • Sandshrew it evolves at the level Level 22 in Sandslash
  • Seel it evolves at the level Level 34 in Dewgong
  • Shellder evolves at the Level 36 in Cloyster
  • Slowpoke it evolves at the level Level 37 in Slowbro
  • Squirtle it evolves at the level Level 16 in Wartortle and it evolves at the level Level 36 in Blastoise
  • Spearow it evolves at the level Level 20 in Fearow
  • Staryu evolves at the Level 36 in Starmie
  • Tentacool it evolves at the level Level 30 in Tentacruel
  • Tyrogue it evolves at the level Level 20 in Hitmonchan or Hitmonlee
  • Venonat it evolves at the level Level 31 in Venomoth
  • Voltorb it evolves at the level Level 30 in Electrode
  • Vulpix evolves at the Level 36 in Ninetails
  • Weedle it evolves at the level Level 7 in Kakuna and it evolves at the level Level 10 in Beedrill
  • Zubat it evolves at the level Level 22 in Golbat

How to make Eevee evolve in Pokemon Quest, explanation :

As you certainly know if you are familiar with the Pokemon license, Evoli has the ability to evolve Vaporeon / Jolteon / Flareon in the first generation, know that there is a method to manipulate the evolution of Eevee in Pokemon Quest. You will notice that your Pokemon team has colors below them in the “team” menu of the game, you just have to put Eevee on a specific color to determine how it will evolve by reaching level 36.

  • If Eevee is placed on the red color in the team then he will play Flareon.
  • If Eevee is placed on the blue color in the team then he will play in Vaporeon.
  • If Eevee is placed on the green color in the team then he will play Jolteon.

This is all you need to know about Pokemon Quest evolutions, don’t forget that if you own Eevee, you need to place it on the right color from level 35 to manipulate its transformation to level 36. Evolutions are fixed, which means that Eevee will always evolve at level 36 just as Pikachu will evolve at level 22. Again, in Pokemon Quest you don’t need a specific item to evolve your Pokemon. 

Remember that you can prevent one of your creatures from evolving by holding a ‘everstone’, it is simply an icon to activate in your Pokemon menu, you do not need to search for a stasis stone to block an evolution. Feel free to check this list as often as possible if you are in doubt about the evolution of a Pokemon. If an error has crept into the list, do not hesitate to notify us in the comments or by email.

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