Evolving Girafarig into Farigiraf should be a top priority for players who want to see every new Pokemon in Scarlet and Violet. Fortunately, it’s easy to do.

Farigiraf is a brand-new Pokemon in Scarlet and Violet and evolves from the iconic Generation 2 Pokemon Girafarig.

Like a handful of other Pokemon in Scarlet and Violet, evolving Girafarig involves more than just reaching a certain level. But don’t panic; we’ve got the exact steps you need to take to get a Farigiraf.

Of course, if you’re interested in seeing what other Pokemon have interesting evolution methods, you should check out how to evolve Finizen into Palafin in Scarlet and Violet.

How Do You Evolve Girafarig Into Farigiraf?

To evolve Girafarig into Farigiraf you need to get it to level 32 and teach it the move Twin Beam. Girafarig learns Twin Beam at level 32, so don’t worry, you won’t need to find a TM.

However, if you catch a Girafarig over level 32, you can make it remember Twin Beam, at which point it will evolve.

To be able to do that, you’ll need to know how to make Pokemon remember moves in Scarlet and Violet.

Farigiraf in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet with text saying it has evolved

Where to Find Girafarig in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet?

Girafarigs can be found just beneath Casseroya Lake to the West. You’ll find them roaming around West Province (Area Two), Porto Marinada, and just before West Province (Area Three).

You’ll also find them in Area Zero, Pokemon Scarlet, and Violet’s endgame location. However, if you want to get one early, Porto Marinada is your best bet.

Pokemon Scarlet & Violet map showing locations where Girafarig can be caught

Where to Find Farigiraf in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet?

Farigiraf can only be found in the final area of Pokemon Scarlet & Violet: Area Zero. You will find it roaming grassy areas there with Girafarigs.

However, to be able to access Area Zero, you’ll need to complete all three story paths and then start The Way Home path.

It might help to figure out which story path you should do first in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet if you want to catch a Farigiraf as soon as possible.

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