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Gaming Quiz / Three Stage Evolution Pokemon (Split Evolutions Count)

Evolve LevelPokemon
16,32
16,36
16,36
7,10
7,10
18,36
 
16
16
 
 
22
16
28
21
25
37
30
25
42
 
32
30
30
 
30, 55
16,32
14,36
18,30
 
15,30
Evolve LevelPokemon
18
18,27
33
30,55
16,36
16,36
16,36
14
14
18,36
20
20,40
32,42
 
35,45
37
42
32,44
 
30,50
20,45
18,32
14,36
16,36
14,34
15,30
20
24,48
17,36
17,36
17,36
Evolve LevelPokemon
16,32
21,32
25
25
25
20
22,30
29,40
32,41
32,41
35,47
38,49
39
41
38,48
50,64
16,36
16,36
16,36
17,35
9,12
19
35
40,50
17,34
17,34
17,34
14,28
20
18
35,45
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15 Pokémon Who Are Better In Their Unevolved Stage

One perk of training and raising a Pokémon is the amount of satisfaction its trainer feels when it evolves. In most cases, evolution will not only change a Pokémon's appearance but also make it significantly stronger overall. An extreme example is how a harmless and unsuspecting Magikarp somehow evolves into a mighty dragon-like serpent, Gyarados.

RELATED: Pokémon: Every Pokémon Ash Caught In Alola, Ranked

However, there are also cases in which a Pokémon becomes worse off after evolving. Whether it's due to a change in appearance, nature, or viability in battle, some unevolved Pokémon know how to shine over their respective evolved form. Here are ten Pokémon who should forgo evolution.

Updated July 19th, 2020 by Meg Pelliccio: Pokémon Sword and Shield recently received its first downloadable content, the Isle of Armor, prompting many players to return to the Galar region to discover what new mysteries await. The DLC added a whole new area, characters, storyline, and, of course, more Pokémon.

One of the joys of playing Pokémon is "catching 'em all" and this also means evolving them all too to ensure you fill up your Pokédex. However, it's massively disappointing when you excitedly watch your favorite Pokémon evolve, only for it to turn into something worse... check out these Pokémon who are better left in their pre-evolved forms.

15 Chansey

When it comes to leaving Pokémon in their unevolved forms, Chansey is a firm favorite, especially when combined with the Eviolite item. Eviolite is an item that you can give to a Pokémon to hold, which then boosts their Defense and Special Defense as long as they are not fully evolved.

Chansey was one of the original 151 Kanto Pokémon and it initially didn't have an evolution, however, with the release of generation two, it was given the evolved form of Blissey, as well as pre-evolved baby form in generation four with Happiny.

14 Snorunt

Snorunt is one of those Pokémon that certainly gets better stats and moves when it evolves into Glalie, or Frolass if it is female, but it definitely loses a lot of its charm. Snorunt is an absolutely adorable Pokémon and neither of its evolutions can compare in visual aesthetic.

While Froslass isn't the worst looking, Glalie is almost nightmare-inducing with its rather creepy face, which only gets worse with its Mega Evolution. If you want to ensure your Pokémon team looks cute, Snorunt is a keeper.

13 Doublade

Doublade is another popular choice for using with the Eviolite item. It evolves from Honedge starting at level 35 and can evolve into Aegislash when given a Dusk Stone, but arguably you should leave it as it is.

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Its physical defense is actually the same as its Aegislash's Shield Form, so boosting Doublade with an Eviolite could really give you an edge in battle (no pun intended). Additionally, Doublade looks rather cooler than its final evolution, which is an additional bonus.

12 Duskull

There are a lot of Pokémon players who have a soft spot for Ghost-type Pokémon, yet for some reason, this particular type is largely underrepresented in the game when compared to other types. Despite their darker origins and sometimes creepy Pokédex entries, there are quite a few cute Ghost-type Pokémon out there and Duskull is one of them.

However, if you want to keep it cute, don't evolve it. Its next two evolutions of Dusclops and Dusknoir are definitely not easy on the eyes. If you really want to evolve it, stop at Dusclops and use the Eviolite item for a more powerful setup.

11 Golbat

Golbat is another popular choice for partnering up with an Eviolite item. When it was first introduced in generation one, Golbat evolved from Zubat but didn't have any further evolutions. However, with the release of generation two, Crobat was added, with Golbat being able to evolve into Crobat with high friendship with the player.

Golbat has a good range of stats already, making it a prime option for an Eviolite item, which arguably makes it even better than Crobat is stat-wise. Additionally, as it has some decent support moves, it makes for a good defensive Pokémon.

10 Cosmog

Unlike any other legendary Pokémon so far, Cosmog has the ability to evolve. It evolves first into Cosmoem, and then either Solgaleo or Lunala, the legendary mascots of the Pokémon Sun & Moon series.

RELATED: Pokémon: Every Pokémon Ash Caught In Hoenn, Ranked

In contrast to Solgaleo and Lunala who are very powerful, Cosmoem and Cosmog aren't much help in battle. And while it does seem like an obvious choice to evolve Cosmog until it becomes its strongest final form, there's a good reason to leave it unevolved. Cosmog itself is a very lively Pokémon with a peppy personality, but it becomes boring and completely inactive in a deep slumber as soon as it evolves into Cosmoem.

9 Stufful

Stufful and its evolution, Bewear, are pink teddy-like Pokémon who are often described as adorable with their big innocent eyes. But despite their soft appearances, Stufful and Bewear possess terrifying strength and are considered the most dangerous Pokémon of the Alola Region.

Luckily Stufful, the lesser of two evils, is friendly enough to keep as a pet. It only tends to become violent and dangerous if touched or angered. This is still a much better alternative to Bewear, who has a really bad habit of killing humans with its hugs.

8 Wynaut

Wynaut is the happy baby Pokémon of its evolution, Wobbuffet. What makes Wynaut and Wobbuffet unique from other Pokémon is their limited move set. They do not have any attacking moves of their own and instead rely on using their opponent's attacks against them.

Because of this, Wynaut and Wobbuffet can be extremely frustrating and annoying to deal with in a battle. That being said, Wynaut is the better Pokémon because it requires less patience as an unevolved Pokémon and will surely give you less of a headache than Wobbuffet. Jessie of Team Rocket knows this firsthand with a headache-inducing Wobbuffet of her own.

7 Glameow

Glameow is one of many cat Pokémon, similar to Meowth, Skitty, and Purrloin. But unlike the other cats who become more chic and sophisticated after evolving, Glameow becomes "ugly".

RELATED: Pokémon: Every Pokémon Ash Caught In Johto, Ranked

For an unevolved Pokémon, Glameow is rather classy and glamorous as its name suggests. It has a sleek body, to begin with, and has a habit of showing off its curly ribbon-like tail when it's happy. But once it evolves into Purugly, it loses its glamorous appeal and gains an ugly personality. It is said that Purugly purposely makes itself look larger by wrapping its tails around its body to intimidate other Pokémon and steal their homes. It's even listed as a Pokémon that no one should ever catch!

6 Remoraid

One of the big aspects of evolution is how Pokémon change in appearance. Even if a Pokémon goes from being something underwhelming like a floppy Magikarp to a ferocious Gyarados, they tend to keep key physical features and an overall resemblance.

Remoraid and its evolution, Octillery, actually share zero physical resemblances to one another. While Remoraid is a small bluefish, Octillery is a bright red octopus. If you didn't know any better, you'd never guess that the two water Pokémon were related in any way. Ironically, Remoraid is more commonly associated with Mantine, whose unique evolution requires it to have a Remoraid buddy. If you ever wanted to evolve your Mantyke into Mantine, don't evolve your Remoraid!

5 Nosepass

Introduced in the third generation of Pokémon, Nosepass has always been an oddball. It is relatively weak amongst other rock Pokémon, has a strong emphasis on its nose, and initially could not evolve. Then, one generation later, Nosepass got an evolution no one asked for Probopass.

Probopass has not only a stronger resemblance to Mr. Potato Head than to Nosepass but also three "Mini-Noses" on its body in addition to its main red nose. But aside from its peculiar appearance, Probopass's rock-steel dual typing is also what makes it worse than Nosepass. While Probopass is severely weak to any ground-type, Nosepass can endure a ground-type hit better thanks to its lack of steel-typing.

4 Rhydon

Similar to Nosepass, Rhydon also acquired another evolution in the fourth generation ofPokémon. But the circumstances were very different. Introduced as one of the original 150 Pokémon, Rhydon is appreciated out of nostalgia and its powerful rhinoceros-dinosaur design.

RELATED: Pokémon Sword & Shield: The Best And Worst Member Of Each Rival's Team

With only one pre-evolution in Rhyhorn, Rhydon was strong but had the potential to become even better with a new evolution. When the fourth generation came around, Rhydon's highly anticipated new evolution, Rhyperior, fell short of expectation in design and viability in battle. Rather than evolving their Rhydon, many trainers will opt to let it hold the Eviolite.

3 Vigoroth

Vigoroth is a Pokemon caught in a tough place between the two laziest Pokémon: Slakoth, its pre-evolution, and Slaking its fully evolved form. While Slakoth and Slaking exhibit the natural lazy behavior of sloths, Vigoroth is just the opposite.

Despite being in the same sloth family as Slakoth and Slaking, Vigoroth is an extremely high-energy Pokémon who cannot sit still or relax due to its rapid heartbeat. Instead, it goes wild. Still, having an energetic Pokémon seems a lot more useful than a lazy Pokémon in battle. Slakoth and Slaking are so lazy that they will often ignore their trainer and refuse to attack, but Vigoroth will never let you down.

2 Ampharos

Ampharos is technically a fully evolved Pokémon, but it also has special access to Mega Evolution with its Ampharosite. Rather than a permanent evolution, Mega Evolution is more like a temporary boost in power that occasionally changes a Pokémon's typing.

In Ampharos's case, its Mega form becomes stronger in offense but weaker in its defensive capabilities due to its new typing. A normal Ampharos is a pure electric-type with only one defensive weakness. Mega Ampharos, on the other hand, is electric and dragon-type, which adds three big additional weaknesses. To make things worse, Mega Ampharos looks nothing like a dragon and gets access to only one dragon-type attack, so it can't even take advantage of its dragon typing. For that reason, it's better to leave Ampharos un-Mega Evolved in many battle scenarios.

1 Pikachu

As the poster child of the entire Pokémon franchise, Pikachu pretty much outshines every other Pokémon, including its evolution, Raichu. Pikachu's popularity over Raichu can mostly be attributed to its loyal companionship with Ash Ketchum.

In his struggles against Lieutenant Surge, Ash starts to question whether or not Pikachu should evolve to stand a chance against the gym leader and his Raichu. But after reevaluating their friendship, Ash decides to trust in his partner's abilities as a Pikachu to defeat its supposedly stronger evolution. 22 years later, Pikachu is still not a Raichu, and Ash is still 10 years old. Some things never change.

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Top 15 Best Middle Evolution Pokémon (Ranked)

One of the most exciting moments of any Pokémon campaign is getting to see your trusted allies evolve.

We get to see this a lot because most Pokémon are part of 3-stage evolutionary lines.

But while we remember the first form and the final form, that middle spot seems to be forgotten.

So this list is for all of those Pokémon who got to go through an awkward teenage phase and wore it beautifully.

Some are on here because of their design. Others are here because they’re just that good competitively.

Either way, these are the best middle evolution Pokémon out there.

Note: I am not including any Pokémon that received an evolution in a later generation. Apologies to fans of Rhydon, Porygon2, and Magneton.

 

15. Swadloon

Swadloon Pokemon in the anime

Most people don’t think about the Leavanny line much – and I don’t blame them.

Sewaddle is another forgettable caterpillar, and Leavanny itself is a mediocre praying mantis-type Pokémon.

Better looking than Kricketune, but not quite Scyther.

But then there’s Swadloon and it’s easily amongst my favorite Bug Pokémon.

It’s called Swadloon because it is literally swaddled in a cocoon. And with its little frown, Swadloon looks like an angsty teen wrapped up in its hoodie.

Because of this, I think Swadloon is the perfect place to start with this list.

 

14. Dewott

Dewott Pokemon anime screenshot

When I first played Pokemon Black, I chose Oshawott because I thought it was easily the cutest of the three starters.

Then I saw Dewott and got excited for what the final form would be!

Unfortunately, I was greeted by Samurott.

Now I don’t think Samurott is a bad Pokémon. I just think it’s bad for this evolution line.

Dewott looked so cool!

The way it stands and holds its arms makes it look like it could unsheathe its shell at any time, like a samurai sword.

Dewott looked like it could turn into a cool warrior, but instead we got a big sea lion with a ton of facial hair.

I will never be happy with Samurott. However, I will always love Dewott and the potential that it showed.

 

13. Grovyle

Grovyle from Pokemon anime

Another final evolution that disappointed me was Sceptile, albeit not as much as Samurott.

Treeko was a small gecko and Sceptile is a big gecko.

But Grovyle just has so much more personality!

All of its sprites look like they’re in the middle of attacking – which is made even more intense with that intimidating glare in its eyes.

The leaf blades on its arms are perfection, and the long leaf off the top of its head is so cool. All of these design choices just scream “speed”!

All of this is lost with Sceptile always standing tall with its big Christmas tree tail hanging on the ground.

And even though the mega evolution does look better, I still think Grovyle is the best looking of the entire evolution line.

 

12. Quilava

Quilava Pokemon in the anime

Cyndaquil is a cute Fire starter that shoots flames out of its back whenever it uses a Fire-type move.

Typhlosion does the same thing, but has a mane out of its neck.

However, Quilava is the one who nails this look perfectly.

Quilava has two spots where fire erupts from its skin.

The first is its butt.

Weird, but who can’t relate to that?

The second spot is its head. And it comes out as a freaking mohawk.

That’s right, Quilava has a literal mohawk made out of fire. You couldn’t think of something cooler if you tried.

We would get more punk rock looking Pokémon in Sword and Shield, but I’ll never forget that Quilava was the first Pokémon to rock a hairstyle that really shook the establishment.

 

11. Galarian Mr. Mime

Galarian Mr. Mime in Pokémon SWSH

I have to admit, this is an odd choice.

But what can I say?

The first moment I saw this thing tap dancing its way towards me on Route 10 in Sword and Shield, I couldn’t help but smile.

Not only that, but Galarian Mr. Mime is also pretty good in battle!

If you give it an Eviolite to hold, its Defense and Special Defense will be boosted higher than that of its evolution Mr. Rime, bringing them to a 98 and 125 respectively.

It’s also faster than Mr. Rime, with only 10 less Special Attack.

Combine this with Rapid Spin and the Ability Screen Cleaner and you have a decent support Pokémon.

Well done, Galar! You made Mr. Mime likable again!

 

10. Wartortle

Wartortle from Pokemon anime

Wartortle is an interesting choice for me, because I actually don’t like its design very much.

It just looks like an angrier Squirtle with fluffy ears and a tail.

However, Wartortle more than makes up for this with its capabilities in battle.

Wartortle can serve two roles quite effectively:

It’s an awesome sweeper with Shell Smash, Hydro Pump, and Ice Beam. But it can be an even better utility Pokémon with moves like Rapid Spin, Toxic, Scald, and Flip Turn.

This is once again because of Eviolite, which boosts both of Wartortle’s defensive stats to 120.

Essentially, Wartortle is just another example of what Eviolite can do. Just give that to any Pokémon you like that isn’t fully evolved and watch it become an unbreakable wall.

 

9. Bayleef

Bayleef Pokemon in the anime

Bayleef is another example of a Pokémon that gets 120 in both defensive stats with an Eviolite.

However, this doesn’t help Bayleef, as the entire Chikorita line is terrible in battle.

But dang, doesn’t Bayleef look great!

This is easily my favorite middle evolution starter when it comes to design.

The combination of the vine collar, adorable face, and cool leaf on its head make for a Pokémon that’s equally cute and cool.

Bayleef may not be the most useful Pokémon. But it easily gets the most style points in this entire list.

 

8. Vigoroth

Vigoroth from Pokemon anime

While I have always had a soft spot for Slakoth and Slaking, I have to admit that the Truant ability ruins them for battles.

Not being able to attack every other turn is a huge handicap, and makes competitive play almost impossible.

Fortunately, their middle evolution Vigoroth doesn’t have this issue!

Instead, you get a decent physical attacker with good Speed and awesome defensive stats when equipped with an Eviolite.

All of this is great, especially in-game.

Imagine the sheer joy you’d feel after training a Slakoth all the way to level 18 in Ruby or Sapphire.

It serves as the perfect break before you get to the massive strength (and massive frustration) of using Slaking.

 

7. Charjabug

Charjabug Pokemon anime screenshot

On the opposite end of the cute and cool scale is Charjabug.

It’s a huge caterpillar-type creature that looks like a 9-Volt battery.

While neither of these are usually appealing, I think that Charjabug looks great.

And surprisingly, it’s also useful in battle!

Here we have another case of Eviolite making a Pokémon awesome. This time, it raises Charjabug’s Special Defense to 113 and its Defense all the way to 138!

This makes it the bulkiest Sticky Web user next to Shuckle.

Combine this with Toxic, Thunder Wave, and Skitter Smack, and you have an incredible support Pokémon.

Seriously, I dare you to use one of these against an opponent just so you can beat them with a literal battery.

 

6. Braixen

Braixen from Pokemon anime

Braixen has always had a fun design.

It’s super cute and gives off a fun witchy feel.

I also like how it keeps its stick in its tail like a witch’s magic wand. Braixen just has a great design concept that I wish got improved when it evolved.

But what makes Braixen really stand out is its viability in Pokken Tournament, the Pokémon fighting game.

Using Braixen there is a ton of fun – especially since it has the ability to fight up close or from a distance.

As far as I can tell, this is the only middle evolution that’s featured as a lone character in a side game.

And for that reason alone, it deserves a spot on this list.

 

5. Gurdurr

Gurdurr Pokemon in the anime

Gurdurr looks goofy as all get out with the fluffy hair, clown nose, and pink veins all over its arms.

But you may also notice the giant steel beam that it carries with it.

This is the perfect symbol for how strong this thing can be.

Gurdurr may have been created as a counterpart to Machoke, but it’s better in just about every way.

It’s just a little bit stronger and a little bit bulkier.

This gives it even more time to hit you with that awesome 105 attack stat.

Combine that with Guts and Flame Orb and you have a physical beast on your hands.

Also, it can learn Defog.

While I can’t tell you why, I can tell you that extra utility is never a bad thing.

 

4. Kadabra

Kadabra from Pokemon anime

Through every version of the first generation of Pokémon, Alakazam has remained the best Psychic-type.

The bad news is you can only get it via trade evolution with Kadabra.

The good news is you cannot interact with anyone and have the second best Psychic-type Pokémon in the game.

Kadabra is really just that good.

Its 120 Special Attack and 105 Speed are nothing to scoff at. Plus, you can give it a Life Orb so that it can deal even more damage without hurting itself due to its Magic Guard ability.

Yes, Kadabra is not nearly as good as Alakazam.

But it’s still much better than a majority of the Psychic Pokémon in the game, even today.

Either way, you won’t be disappointed.

 

3. Haunter

Haunter Pokemon in the anime

Gengar is easily one of the most popular Pokémon of all time.

It has a cool, spooky design, and it is incredibly powerful.

But for some reason, I have always thought that Haunter just looked better.

First of all, it looks way scarier. It’s a giant head with floating hands and its tongue sticking out! That’s creepy as hell.

Second, it’s actually bigger than Gengar, “standing” at 5’ 3″, even though it’s just a head with floating hands.

Third, it was the main character in my favorite episode of the original cartoon.

Haunter actually made me less afraid of death! How many Pokémon have done that?

Finally, it’s also just as useful for a playthrough as its evolved form – without all the hassle of trading with a friend.

I’ll always love Haunter, and I’ll never understand why it wasn’t the final form.

 

2. Duosion

Duosion from Pokemon anime

Now for the entry that surprised me the most on this list.

The Solosis line often gets looked past because it’s not the Abra line, and they’re weird amoeba people.

But if players sleep on these Pokémon, they’re going to miss out on some of the best Psychic-types in the game.

This is especially true for Duosion.

Even though it’s supposed to be weaker than its evolution Reuniclus, Duosion has the exact same Special Attack at a whopping 125.

That’s huge for a middle stage Pokémon!

And if you give it an Eviolite, its defenses will be even higher than Reuniclus.

Combine this with the moves Acid Armor, Calm Mind, Stored Power, and Recover, and you’ll have a Pokémon that is never going to die!

Also, it’s freaking adorable.

If you ever have a chance to use any of these Pokémon, I highly recommend it.

 

1. Doublade

Doublade Pokemon in the anime

I feel like Doublade always gets left in the shadow of Aegislash.

Aegislash has a cool design and a unique gimmick that’s incredibly good.

But do you know who also is incredibly good and has a cool design? Doublade.

Doublade has an awesome 110 Attack stat and an incredible 150 Defense. And Eviolite makes it even better, raising it all the way up to 225.

That’s higher than Stakataka.

Plus, its Ghost/Steel-typing allows it to hit all Pokémon for neutral damage.

Give it a fighting move like Sacred Sword or Close Combat and you’re hitting half the Pokedex super effectively.

I always knew that Doublade was going to be #1 on this list, because it isn’t just a good middle evolution.

It’s a great Pokémon in its own right.

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Pokemon Sword and Shield Wiki Guide

#PokemonType Evolutions and How to Evolve It 1 GrookeyGrass 2 ThwackeyGrass 3 RillaboomGrass 4 ScorbunnyFire
  • Evolves into Raboot at Lvl. 16
5 RabootFire 6 CinderaceFire N/A (Final Evolution) 7 SobbleWater 8 DrizzileWater 9 InteleonWater 10 Blipbug Bug 11 Dottler Bug

Psychic

12 Orbeetle Bug

Psychic

N/A (Final Evolution)

13 Caterpie Bug 14 Metapod Bug 15 Butterfree Bug

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution)

16 Grubbin Bug 17 Charjabug Bug

Electric

  • Evolves into Vikavolt
  • Needs a Thunderstone to evolve
18 Vikavolt Bug

Electric

N/A (Final Evolution) 19 HoothootNormal

Flying

20 NoctowlNormal

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution) 21 RookideeFlying 22 CorvisquireFlying 23 CorviknightFlying

Steel

N/A (Final Evolution) 24 Skowvet Normal
  • Evolves into Greedunt at Lvl. 24
25 Greedunt NormalN/A (Final Evolution) 26 PidoveNormal

Flying

27 TranquillNormal

Flying

28 UnfezantNormal

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution) 29 NickitDark 30 ThievulDarkN/A (Final Evolution) 31 Galarian ZigzagoonDark

Normal

32 Galarian LinooneDark

Normal

33 ObstagoonDark

Normal

N/A (Final Evolution) 34 WoolooNormal 35 DubwoolNormalN/A (Final Evolution) 36 LotadWater

Grass

  • Evolves into Lombre at Lvl. 37
37 LombreWater

Grass

38 LudicoloWater

Grass

N/A (Final Evolution) 39 SeedotGrass
  • Evolves into Nuzlead at Lvl. 14
40 NuzleafGrass

Dark

  • Evolves into Shiftry
  • Needs a Leaf Stone to evolve
41 ShiftryGrass

Dark

N/A (Final Evolution) 42 ChewtleWater 43 DrednawWater

Rock

N/A (Final Evolution) 44 PurrloinDark 45 LiepardDarkN/A (Final Evolution) 46 YamperElectric 47 BoltundElectricN/A (Final Evolution) 48 BunnelbyNormal 49 DiggersbyNormal

Ground

N/A (Final Evolution) 50 MinccinoNormal
  • Evolves into Cinccino
  • Needs a Shiny Stone to evolve
51 CinccinoNormalN/A (Final Evolution) 52 BounsweetGrass 53 SteeneeGrass
  • Evolves into Tsareena
  • Evolves while leaving up while knowing Stomp
54 TsareenaGrassN/A (Final Evolution) 55 OddishGrass

Poison

  • Evolves into Gloom at Lvl. 21
56 GloomGrass

Poison

57 VileplumeGrass

Poison

N/A (Final Evolution) 58 BellossomGrassN/A (Final Evolution) 59 BudewGrass

Poison

  • Evolves into Rosella
  • Needs a high Friendship level and only involves during the day

Check our Friendship vs Affection guide for how to check and increase Friendship.

60 RoseliaGrass

Poison

  • Evolves into Roserade
  • Needs a Shiny Stone
61 RoseradeGrass

Poison

N/A (Final Evolution) 62 WingullWater

Flying

63 PelipperWater

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution) 64 Joltik Bug

Electric

65 Galvantula Bug

Electric

N/A (Final Evolution) 66 ElectrikeElectric 67 ManectricElectricN/A (Final Evolution) 68 VulpixFire 69 NinetalesFireN/A (Final Evolution) 70 GrowlitheFire 71 ArcanineFireN/A (Final Evolution) 72 Vanillite Ice 73 Vanillish Ice 74 Vanilluxe Ice N/A (Final Evolution) 75 Swinub Ice

Ground

76 Piloswine Ice

Ground

77 Mamoswine Ice

Ground

N/A (Final Evolution) 78 Delibird Ice

Flying

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 79 Snorunt Ice
  • Evolves into Glalie at Lvl. 42 OR
  • Evolves into Froslass with Dawn Stone IF it's female
80 Glalie Ice N/A (Final Evolution) 81 Froslass Ice

Ghost

N/A (Final Evolution) 82 BaltoyGround

Psychic

83 ClaydolGround

Psychic

N/A (Final Evolution) 84 MudbrayGround 85 MudsdaleGroundN/A (Final Evolution) 86 Dwebble Bug

Rock

87 Crustle Bug

Rock

N/A (Final Evolution) 88 GolettGround

Ghost

  • Evolves into Golurk at Lvl. 43
89 GolurkGround

Ghost

N/A (Final Evolution) 90 MunnaPsychic 91 MusharnaPsychicN/A (Final Evolution) 92 NatuPsychic

Flying

  • Evolves into Xatu at Lvl. 25
93 XatuPsychic

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution) 94 StuffulNormal

Fighting

  • Evolves into Bewear at Lvl. 27
95 BewearNormal

Fighting

N/A (Final Evolution) 96 SnoverGrass

Ice

97 AbomasnowGrass

Ice

N/A (Final Evolution) 98 KrabbyWater 99 KinglerWaterN/A (Final Evolution) 100 WooperWater

Ground

101 QuagsireWater

Ground

N/A (Final Evolution) 102 CorphishWater 103 CrawdauntWater

Dark

N/A (Final Evolution) 104 Nincada Bug

Ground

  • Evolves into Ninjask at Lvl. 20 OR
  • Evolves into Shedinja if the player has an extra Poke Ball and an empty party slot then Shendinja will appear in the player's party when Nincada evolves.
105 Ninjask Bug

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution) 106 Shedinja Bug

Ghost

N/A (Final Evolution) 107 TyrogueFighting 108 HitmonleeFightingN/A (Final Evolution) 109 HitmonchanFightingN/A (Final Evolution) 110 HitmontopFightingN/A (Final Evolution) 111 PanchamFighting
  • Evolves into Pangoro at Lvl. 32
  • You ALSO need a Dark Type Pokemon in your party to make this evolution happen
112 PangoroFighting

Dark

N/A (Final Evolution) 113 KlinkSteel
  • Evolves into Klang at Lvl. 38
114 KlangSteel 115 KlinklangSteelN/A (Final Evolution) 116 Combee Bug

Flying

117 Vespiquen Bug

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution) 118 BronzorSteel

Psychic

119 BronzongSteel

Psychic

N/A (Final Evolution) 120 RaltsPsychic

Fairy

  • Evolves into Kirlia at Lvl. 20
121 KirliaPsychic

Fairy

122 GardevoirPsychic

Fairy

N/A (Final Evolution) 123 GalladePsychic

Fighting

N/A (Final Evolution) 124 DrifloonGhost

Flying

125 DrifblimGhost

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution) 126 GossifleurGrass 127 EldegossGrassN/A (Final Evolution) 128 CherubiGrass 129 CherrimGrassN/A (Final Evolution) 130 StunkyPoison

Dark

131 SkuntankPoison

Dark

N/A (Final Evolution) 132 TympoleWater 133 PalpitoadWater

Ground

134 SeismitoadWater

Ground

N/A (Final Evolution) 135 DuskullGhost 136 DusclopsGhost 137 DusknoirGhostN/A (Final Evolution) 138 MachopFighting 139 MachokeFighting 140 MachampFightingN/A (Final Evolution) 141 GastlyGhost

Poison

142 HaunterGhost

Poison

143 GengarGhost

Poison

N/A (Final Evolution) 144 MagikarpWater
  • Evolves into Gyrados at Lvl. 20
145 Gyrados Water

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution) 146 GoldeenWater 147 SeakingWaterN/A (Final Evolution) 148 RemoraidWater 149 OctilleryWaterN/A (Final Evolution) 150 ShellderWater 151 CloysterWater

Ice

N/A (Final Evolution) 152 FeebasWater 153 MiloticWaterN/A (Final Evolution) 154 BasculinWaterN/A (Does Not Evolve)

Note: The Red Stripe Basculin is exclusive to Sword and the Blue Stripe Basculin is exclusive to Shield.

155 WishiwashiWaterN/A (Does Not Evolve)

Note: Wishiwashi changes to its School Form when it is Level 20+ and has over 25% of its Hit Points remaining. When its Hit Points drop below 25%, it changes form to Solo Form. Should it be healed back over 25%, it will change form again.

156 PyukumukuWaterN/A (Does Not Evolve) 157 TrubbishPoison 158 GarbodorPoisonN/A (Final Evolution) 159 SizzlipedeFire

Bug

160 CentiskorchFire

Bug

N/A (Final Evolution) 161 RolycolyRock
  • Evolves into Carkol at Lvl. 18
162 CarkolRock

Fire

163 CoalossalRock

Fire

N/A (Final Evolution) 164 DiglettGround
  • Evolves into Dugtro at Lvl. 26
165 DugtrioGroundN/A (Final Evolution) 166 DrilburGround 167 ExcadrillGround

Steel

N/A (Final Evolution) 168 RoggenrolaRock 169 BoldoreRock 170 GigalithRockN/A (Final Evolution) 171 TimburrFighting 172 GurdurrFighting 173 ConkeldurrFightingN/A (Final Evolution) 174 WoobatPsychic

Flying

175 Swoobat Psychic

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution) 176 NoibatFlying

Dragon

177 NoivernFlying

Dragon

N/A (Final Evolution) 178 OnixRock

Ground

  • Evolves into Steelix when holding the Metal Coat item while being traded.
  • Remember, you can always trade with someone and then have them trade the Pokemon back to you. For more, check out our guide on how to trade.
179 SteelixSteel

Ground

N/A (Final Evolution) 180 ArrokudaWater 181 BarraskewdaWaterN/A (Final Evolution) 182 Galarian MeowthSteel 183 PerrserkerSteelN/A (Final Evolution) 184 PersianNormalN/A (Final Evolution) 185 MilceryFairy
  • Milcery evolves into Alcremie by giving it a Sweet (Held Item) and doing a secret dance by spining the left stick.
  • For detailed instructions check out our How to Catch and Evolve Milcery page.
186 AlcremieFairyN/A (Final Evolution) 187 Cutiefly Bug

Fairy

188 Ribombee Bug

Fairy

N/A (Final Evolution) 189 FerroseedGrass

Steel

190 FerrothornGrass

Steel

N/A (Final Evolution) 191 PumpkabooGhost

Grass

192 GourgeistGhost

Grass

N/A (Final Evolution) 193 PichuElectric 194 PikachuElectric
  • Evolves into Raichu with the Thunder Stone.
195 RaichuElectricN/A (Final Evolution) 196 EeveeNormal 197 VaporeonWaterN/A (Final Evolution) 198 JolteonElectricN/A (Final Evolution) 199 FlareonFireN/A (Final Evolution) 200 EspeonPsychicN/A (Final Evolution) 201 UmbreonDarkN/A (Final Evolution) 202 LeafeonGrassN/A (Final Evolution) 203 Glaceon Ice N/A (Final Evolution) 204 SylveonFairyN/A (Final Evolution) 205 ApplinGrass

Dragon

206 FlappleGrass

Dragon

N/A (Final Evolution) 207 AppletunGrass

Dragon

N/A (Final Evolution) 208 EspurrPsychic 209 MeowsticPsychicN/A (Final Evolution) 210 SwirlixFairy
  • Evolves into Slurpuff when traded while holding Whipped Dream.
211 SlurpuffFairyN/A (Final Evolution) 212 SpritzeeFairy
  • Evolves into Aromatisse when traded while holding Sachet.
213 AromatisseFairyN/A (Final Evolution) 214 Dewpider Water

Bug

  • Evolves into Araquanid at Lvl. 22
215 Araquanid Water

Bug

N/A (Final Evolution) 216 WynautPsychic 217 WobbuffetPsychicN/A (Final Evolution) 218 Galarian Farfetch’dFighting 219 Sirfetch’dFightingN/A (Final Evolution) 220 ChinchouWater

Electric

221 LanturnWater

Electric

N/A (Final Evolution) 222 CroagunkPoison

Fighting

223 ToxicroakPoison

Fighting

N/A (Final Evolution) 224 ScraggyDark

Fighting

225 ScraftyDark

Fighting

N/A (Final Evolution) 226 Galarian StunfiskGround

Steel

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 227 Shuckle Bug

Rock

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 228 BarboachWater

Ground

229 WhiscashWater

Ground

N/A (Final Evolution) 230 ShellosWater 231 GastrodonWater

Ground

N/A (Final Evolution) 232 Wimpod Bug

Water

233 Golisopod Bug

Water

N/A (Final Evolution) 234 BinacleRock

Water

235 BarbaracleRock

Water

N/A (Final Evolution) 236 Galarian CorsolaGhost 237 CursolaGhostN/A (Final Evolution) 238 ImpidimpDark

Fairy

239 MorgremDark

Fairy

240 GrimmsnarlDark

Fairy

N/A (Final Evolution) 241 HatennaPsychic 242 HattremPsychic 243 HatterenePsychic

Fairy

N/A (Final Evolution) 244 SalanditPoison

Fire

245 SalazzlePoison

Fire

N/A (Final Evolution) 246 PawniardDark

Steel

  • Pawnlard evolves into Bisharp at lvl. 52
247 BisharpDark

Steel

N/A (Final Evolution) 248 ThorhFightingN/A (Does Not Evolve) 249 SawkFightingN/A (Does Not Evolve) 250 KoffingPoison 251 Galarian WeezingPoison

Fairy

N/A (Final Evolution) 252 BonslyRock
  • Evolves into Sudowoodo while leveling up while knowing Mimic.
253 SudowoodoRockN/A (Final Evolution) 254 CleffaFairy 255 ClefairyFairy
  • Evolves into Clefable with the Moon Stone.
256 ClefableFairyN/A (Final Evolution) 257 TogepiFairy 258 TogeticFairy

Flying

  • Evolves into Togekiss with a Moon Stone.
259 TogekissFairy

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution) 260 MunchlaxNormal 261 SnorlaxNormalN/A (Final Evolution) 262 CottoneeGrass

Fairy

263 WhimsicottGrass

Fairy

N/A (Final Evolution) 264 RhyhornGround

Rock

  • Evolves into Rhydon at Lvl. 42
265 RhydonGround

Rock

266 RhyperiorGround

Rock

N/A (Final Evolution) 267 GothitaPsychic 268 GothoritaPsychic 269 GothitellePsychicN/A (Final Evolution) 270 SolosisPsychic 271 DuosionPsychic 272 ReuniclusPsychicN/A (Final Evolution) 273 Karrablast Bug 274 Escavalier Bug

Steel

N/A (Final Evolution) 275 Shelmet Bug 276 Accelgor Bug N/A (Final Evolution) 277 ElgyemPsychic 278 BeheeyemPsychicN/A (Final Evolution) 279 Cubchoo Ice 280 Beartic Ice N/A (Final Evolution) 281 RuffletNormal

Flying

282 BraviaryNormal

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution) 283 VullabyDark

Flying

284 MandibuzzDark

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution) 285 SkorupiPoison

Bug

286 DrapionPoison

Dark

N/A (Final Evolution) 287 LitwickGhost

Fire

288 LampentGhost

Fire

289 ChandelureGhost

Fire

N/A (Final Evolution) 290 InkayDark

Psychic

  • Evolves into Malamar when it is at least Lvl. 30
  • To evolve it flip your Switch upside down while in handheld mode when Inkay is leveling up during a battle.
291 MalamarDark

Psychic

N/A (Final Evolution) 292 SneaselDark

Ice

  • Evolves into Weavile while leveling up at night while holding a Razor Claw.
293 WeavileDark

Ice

N/A (Final Evolution) 294 SableyeDark

Ghost

N/A (Final Evolution) 295 MawileSteel

Fairy

N/A (Final Evolution) 296 MaractusGrassN/A (Does Not Evolve) 297 SigilyphPsychic

Flying

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 298 RioluFighting 299 LucarioFighting

Steel

N/A (Final Evolution) 300 TorkoalFireN/A (Final Evolution) 301 MimikyuGhost

Fairy

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 302 CufantSteel 303 CopperajahSteelN/A (Final Evolution) 304 QwilfishWater

Poison

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 305 FrillishWater

Ghost

306 JellicentWater

Ghost

N/A (Final Evolution) 307 MareaniePoison

Water

308 ToxapexPoison

Water

N/A (Final Evolution) 309 CramorantFlying

Water

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 310 ToxelElectric

Poison

  • Evolves into Toxtricity at Lvl. 30
  • To get Toxtricity Amped Form, Toxel must have one of the following natures: Adamant, Brave, Docile, Hardy, Hasty, Impish, Jolly, Lax, Naive, Naughty, Rash, Quirky, Sassy Nature
  • To get Toxtricity Low Key Form: Bashful, Bold, Calm, Careful, Gentle, Lonely, Mild, Modest, Quiet, Relaxed, Serious, Timid Nature
  • For more on Natures be sure to check our our Natures guide which includes how to change a Pokemon's nature.
311 ToxtricityElectric

Poison

N/A (Final Evolution) 312 SilicobraGround 313 SandacondaGroundN/A (Final Evolution) 314 HippopotasGround 315 HippowdonGroundN/A (Final Evolution) 316 Durant Bug

Steel

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 317 HeatmorFireN/A (Does Not Evolve) 318 HelioptileElectric

Normal

319 HelioliskElectric

Normal

N/A (Final Evolution) 320 HawluchaFighting

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution) 321 TrapinchGround 322 VibravaGround

Dragon

  • Evolves into Flygon at Lvl. 45
323 FlygonGround

Dragon

N/A (Final Evolution) 324 AxewDragon 325 FraxureDragon 326 HaxorusDragonN/A (Final Evolution) 327 Galarian YamaskGround

Ghost

328 RunerigusGround

Ghost

N/A (Final Evolution) 329 CofagrigusGhostN/A (Final Evolution) 330 HonedgeSteel

Ghost

331 DoubladeSteel

Ghost

332 AegislashSteel

Ghost

N/A (Final Evolution) 333 Galarian PonytaPsychic 334 Galarian RapidashPsychic

Fairy

N/A (Final Evolution) 335 SinisteaGhost 336 PolteageistGhostN/A (Final Evolution) 337 IndeedeePsychic

Normal

Note: Male Indeedee is exclusive to Sword. Female Indeedee is exclusive to Shield. 338 PhantumpGhost

Grass

339 TrevenantGhost

Grass

N/A (Final Evolution) 340 MorelullGrass

Fairy

341 ShiinoticGrass

Fairy

N/A (Final Evolution) 342 OranguruNormal

Psychic

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 343 PassimianFightingN/A (Does Not Evolve) 344 Morepeko Electric

Dark

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 345 FalinksFightingN/A (Does Not Evolve) 346 DrampaNormal

Dragon

Togedemaru 347 TurtonatorFire

Dragon

Turtonator 348 TogedemaruElectric

Steel

Togedemaru 349 Snom Ice

Bug

350 Frosmoth Ice

Bug

N/A (Final Evolution) 351 ClobbopusFighting
  • Evolves into Grapploct when leveling up while knowing Taunt.
352 GrapploctFightingN/A (Final Evolution) 353 Pinchurchin ElectricN/A (Does Not Evolve) 354 MantykeWater

Flying

355 MantineWater

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution) 356 WailmerWater 357 WailordWaterN/A (Final Evolution) 358 Bergmite Ice 359 Avalugg Ice N/A (Final Evolution) 360 DhelmiseGhost

Grass

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 361 LaprasWater

Ice

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 362 LunatoneRock

Psychic

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 363 SolrockRock

Psychic

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 364 Mime Jr.Psychic

Fairy

365 Galarian Mr. Mime Ice

Psychic

366 Mr. Rime Ice

Psychic

N/A (Final Evolution) 367 Galarian Darumaka Ice 368 Galarian Darmanitan Ice N/A (Final Evolution) 369 StonejournerRockN/A (Does Not Evolve) 370 Eiscue Ice N/A (Does Not Evolve) 371 DuraludonSteel

Dragon

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 372 RotomElectric

Ghost

N/A (Does Not Evolve) 373 DittoNormalN/A (Does Not Evolve) 374 DracozoltElectric

Dragon

Note: These Pokemon do not evolve but they can only be "made" by combining Fossils. For how to do it, check out our fossils guide and combination results page. 375 Arctozolt Electric

Ice

376 DracovishWater

Dragon

377 ArctovishWater

Ice

378 CharmanderFire 379 CharmeleonFire 380 CharizardFire

Flying

N/A (Final Evolution) 381 Type: NullNormal 382 SilvallyNormal

Ground

N/A (Final Evolution) 383 LarvitarRock

Ground

384 PupitarRock

Ground

385 TyranitarRock

Dark

N/A (Final Evolution) 386 DeinoDark

Dragon

387 ZweilousDark

Dragon

  • Evolves into Hydreigion at Lvl. 64
388 HydreigonDark

Dragon

N/A (Final Evolution) 389 GoomyDragon 390 SliggooDragon
  • Evolves into Goodra at Lvl. 50 while it's Raining.
391 GoodraDragonN/A (Final Evolution) 392 Jangmo-oDragon 393 Hakamo-oDragon

Fighting

394 Kommo-oDragon

Fighting

N/A (Final Evolution) 395 DreepyDragon

Ghost

396 DrakloakDragon

Ghost

397 DragapultDragon

Ghost

N/A (Final Evolution) 398 ZacianFairyN/A (Does Not Evolve) 399 ZamazentaFightingN/A (Does Not Evolve) 400 Eternatus Posion

Dragon

N/A (Does Not Evolve)
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Pokemon 3 stage

3 stage evolution pokemon vs 2 stage evolution pokemon

Short Answer

On average, the final evolution of a 3 stage Pokemon is stronger than the final evolution of a 2 stage Pokemon.

Explanation

Average Base Stat Total of Fully Evolved Pokemon, by Stage

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I pulled data from bulbapedia here, which lists the stats of all fully evolved Pokemon, and threw it into a spreadsheet. This gives me the base stat totals of all fully evolved Pokemon.

I cross-referenced with another page showing the length of evolution lines. For Pokemon with a recognized "Baby" stage on Bulbapedia I do not count the baby for determining the number of stages in their evolution. This means that for example, Blissey counts as a 2 stage evolution, not a 3 stage. I then calculate the average base stat total for Pokemon with the same number of stages.

I omit Mega and Primal Evolutions (which are not permanent/true evolutions), and only count the first entry for Pokemon with multiple forms (So Rotom, for example, will only be counted once, not 6 times)

As a side not, 1 stage Pokemon are the strongest, likely due to legendaries dominating this category.

answered Mar 8 '17 at 20:05

AngzurilAngzuril

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