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Pokémon Scarlet and Violet are finally here and for the first time in recent memory, The Pokémon Company has been pretty quiet about the starters and their evolutions. Lucky for you, we’ve compiled a full list of starter details below for you to review before you start your journey. Whether you pick Sprigatito, Fuecoco, or Quaxly, you really can’t go wrong with any of the amazing evolutions that you can get!

DANGER! SPOILERS AHEAD! If you do not want to see the evolutions of the starter Pokémon, click away now!





Pokémon Appearance PokémonTypePokéDex EntryEvolution
1Sprigatito GrassIts fluffy fur is similar in composition to plants. This Pokémon frequently washes its face to keep it from drying out.Evolves into Floragato at Level 16
2FloragatoGrassFloragato deftly wields the vine hidden beneath its long fur, slamming the hard flower bud against its opponents.Evolves into Meowscarada at Level 36
3Meowscarada Grass/DarkThis Pokémon uses the reflective fur lining its cape to camouflage the stem of its flower, creating the illusion that the flower is floating.




Pokémon Appearance PokémonTypePokéDex EntryEvolution
4FuecocoFireIt lies on warm rocks and uses the heat absorbed by its square-shaped scales to create fire energy.Evolves into Crocalor at Level 16
5CrocalorFireThe combination of Crocalor’s fire energy and overflowing vitality has caused an egg-shaped fireball to appear on the Pokémon’s head.Evolves into Skeledirge at Level 36
6SkeledirgeFire/GhostThe fiery bird changes shape when Skeledirge sings. Rumor has it that the bird was born when the fireball on Skeledirge’s head gained a soul.




Pokémon Appearance PokémonTypePokéDex EntryEvolution
7QuaxlyWaterThis Pokémon migrated to Paldea from distant lands long ago. The gel secreted by its feathers repels water and grime.Evolves into Quaxwell at Level 16
8QuaxwellWaterThese Pokémon constantly run through shallow waters to train their legs, then compete with each other to see which of them kicks most gracefully.Evolves into Quaquaval at Level 36
9QuaquavalWater/FightingA single kick from a Quaquaval can send a truck rolling. This Pokémon uses its powerful legs to perform striking dances from far-off lands.


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