All of the evolutions of Scarlet and Violet’s starter Pokemon, Quaxly, Sprigatito, and Fuecoco, have been revealed!
It’s fair to say that all three of the new starter Pokemon in Scarlet and Violet have fun designs and are loved by fans already. However, which ones become iconic Pokemon probably depends on what their evolutions look like.
Now that the game is finally out, we finally know the evolved forms of Quaxly, Sprigatito, and Fuecoco!
All Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Mid & Final Starter Evolutions
The mid and final evolutions for all 3 of the new starter Pokemon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are finally here for everyone to see.
Quaxly evolves into Quaxwell and Quaquaval, Sprigatito evolves into Floragato and Meowscarada, and Fuecoco evolves into Crocalor and Skeledirge.
The duck-like, Water-type starter in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, Quaxly’s two evolutions are called Quaxwell and Quaquaval.
The mid-evolution is Quaxwell while Quaquaval is this Pokemon’s final evolution. As it evolves, it becomes taller and darker blue.
Quaxwell is taller than Quaxly its secondary color is a darker blue than the light blue of Quaxly.
Additionally, it has yellow feet and much larger hair. Quaxwell is much more human-like than Quaxly, which is sure to be divisive amongst Pokemon fans.
Quaxly Final Evolution – Quaquaval
Quaxly’s final evolution is Quaquaval. Once again, it is taller than Quaxwell and it has a slightly different color palette. It is royal blue with light blue, red, and yellow accents.
Despite resembling a human more, it still has very bird-like features such as its feet, legs, and feathers.
Also, find out how to evolve Quaxly into Quaxwell and Quaquaval to save you some time!
Sprigatito, the feline Grass-type starter in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, evolves into Floragato and Meowscarada.
The mid-evolution is Floragato and Meowscarada is the final evolution of Sprigatito, with each of them adding some more flair and magic to the design!
Floragato is the mid-evolution of Sprigatito. Unlike Sprigatito, it stands on two legs rather than four and adds a few more details.
It has darker green patches of fur on its body and its Pokedex entry describes how it wields a vine with a flower bud on the end in battles.
Sprigatito Final Evolution – Meowscarada
Meowscarada is Sprigatitio’s final evolution and it is much more flamboyant than the previous two forms.
The game describes Meowscarada as the ‘Magician Pokemon’ and its appearance certainly reflects that. The marking on its face becomes a mask, it has a pronounced collar and cape, and its design also makes it look like it has puffy sleeves as some magicians or sorcerers would.
Fuecoco, the pepper-meets-dinosaur Fire-type starter in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, evolves into Crocalor and Skeledirge.
Crocalor is the mid-evolution and Skeledirge is Fuecoco’s final evolution – and a pretty drastic departure from the first two forms as it becomes much more like a crocodile!
If you thought Fuecoco was cool, wait until you see its mid-evolution Crocalor, which adds a very cool element to the design that fans already love.
It basically just looks like Fuecoco but with a glowing sombrero, although this isn’t any ordinary hat – it’s a nest with an egg inside. The addition is very simple, but oh-so-effective!
Fuecoco Final Evolution – Skeledirge
Fuecoco’s final evolution is Skeledirge, the ‘Singer Pokemon’. Despite its description, it doesn’t look like it would be very good at singing.
Skeledirge is a red crocodile with white, purple, and orange markings on its body. What’s more, it has a fiery bird on its head!
If you want to get this final evolution, find out how to evolve Fuecoco into Crocalor & Skeledirge!
Now that you’ve had a good look at all of the evolved forms of the starter Pokemon, you might be able to choose which one to go with. However, if you’re still undecided, here’s the best starter Pokemon to choose in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet!
There are plenty more new Pokemon coming to Scarlet and Violet too. Here’s every new Gen 9 Pokemon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet!