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Evolution Guide - How To Evolve

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Learn about Pokemon evolution in Pokemon Unite (Pokemon MOBA), the new team-battle game. Learn how to evolve Pokemon, & list of Pokemon that evolve!

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Evolution Overview

1Raise level to evolve
2Unlock new moves upon leveling up
3Stats increase as they evolve

Raise Level To Evolve

Just like in the core Pokemon games, the way to evolve in Pokemon Unite is by raising their levels. Note that the actual level required to evolve will vary for each Pokemon.

Start At Lv 1 For Each Battle

All players will be at level 1 at the start of the match. They will then need to defeat both wild and enemy Pokemon to gain EXP to level up and evolve.

Required Level For Evolution

1st Evo.Evolves at Lv 4-6
2nd Evo.Evolves at Lv 7-9
How To Level Up Fast - EXP Farming

Earn EXP To Level Up


Defeat wild Pokemon to gain EXP & level up. Check out our article below on how to earn EXP & level up quickly.

Learn How To Level Up Fast

Unlock New Moves Upon Leveling Up

new moves

At certain levels, Pokemon will learn new moves to replace the default ones they get at the start of the match. These moves form a different build per Pokemon, creating a unique gameplay for each of them.

All Pokemon Moves List

Stats Increase As They Evolve

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As Pokemon level up and evolve, their health and stats also increase. An example of this is how Bulbasaur gained more HP as it evolved to Ivysaur as seen in the image above.

Pokemon Will Gain Temporary Immunity When They Evolve

During evolution, your Pokemon will be granted a 1-2 second immunity that will ignore any damage against them. Avoid using abilities or attacking your opponent's Pokemon when they are about to evolve! Memorizing the level that each Pokemon evolves will also help you in landing perfect timing attacks/skills against your opponents.

How To Evolve Your Pokemon

1Deal the last hit
2Get partial exp from assists
3Exp gains from Drednaw
4Passive exp gain with Exp. Share

Deal The Last Hit

One of the fastest ways to get exp is to deal the last hit before a Pokemon is KO'd. Doing so will reward you with the most exp among all the teammates who have assisted in the battle.

Partial Exp Gain Through Team KO's

You'll often find yourself aiding teammates in defeating both opponents and wild Pokemon. Note that in doing so, the experience will be partial as it was a team effort. However, as mentioned above, you'll get majority of the gain if you deal the last hit.

Exp Gains From Drednaw

Also Provides EXP
EXP GainedA full level (TBD)
Points Gained20

Dreadnaw can be a good source of EXP as it provides a chunk of it when it's defeated. We're not sure the exact amount given, but it does seem like defeating it will almost always give your team an entire level's worth of experience. This can be huge in getting your team their Unite moves before the enemy!

Drednaw Guide - Spawn Location & Strategy

Passive EXP Gain With Exp. Share

If you find that defeating enemy Pokemon by yourself or dealing the last hit is quite difficult, you may opt to bring Exp. Share with you in battle. Exp. Share is a Held Item that grants 2 exp every second to the Pokemon with the least exp in the team. This item is particularly useful for Supporters and Defenders.

Exp. ShareExp. ShareWhen you have the least exp of all Pokemon on your team, gain 2 exp every second. However, you'll no longer get exp from assisting a teammate when they defeat a Wild Pokemon.・HP +16
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List Of Pokemon That Evolve (Evolution)

Not All Pokemon Can Evolve


Not all Pokemon have evolutions in Pokemon Unite and will stay the way they are throughout a match. There are also Pokemon whose evolutions have been removed, like Snorlax & Pikachu.

List Of Pokemon That Evolve

PokemonEvolution Flow
VenusaurVenusaurBulbasaur → Ivysaur → Venusaur
CharizardCharizardCharmander → Charmeleon → Charizard
BlastoiseBlastoiseSquirtle → Wartortle → Blastoise
MachampMachampMachop → Machoke → Machamp
GengarGengarGastly → Haunter → Gengar
TalonflameTalonflameFletchling → Fletchinder → Talonflame
Alolan NinetalesAlolan NinetalesAlolan Vulpix → Alolan Ninetales
GardevoirGardevoirRalts → Kirlia → Gardevoir
GarchompGarchompGible → Gabite → Garchomp
CrustleCrustleDwebble → Crustle
CinderaceCinderaceScorbunny → Raboot → Cinderace
EldegossEldegossGossifleur → Eldegoss
GreninjaGreninjaFroakie → Frogadier → Greninja
SlowbroSlowbroSlowpoke → Slowbro
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