Larvesta was introduced for the first time in Pokemon Black and White and has been featured in every game since then, with the exception of generation 7. They have made a comeback in the forms of Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. This guide will walk you through the process of evolving your Larvesta.
Larvesta is a very special Pokémon due to the fact that it possesses both the bug and fire types, in addition to a high Special Attack.
This particular Pokemon evolves into Volcarona, which is also a very powerful Pokemon once it has reached its final stage of development.
In Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, let’s get started by discussing the evolution of Larvesta into Volcarona.
Where to Look for Larvesta
The desert is where Larvesta likes to relax. Thankfully, there is a nice area that meets all of the requirements in the western part of Paldea.
On the map that follows, you’ll be able to pinpoint the exact location in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet where Larvesta will spawn:
The Methods Required to Evolve Larvesta
To evolve Larvesta, all that is required of you is to bring this particular Pokemon’s level up to at least
Due to the fact that your Pokemon will need a significant amount of experience points in order to complete this evolution, it is possible that it will take a little bit more time to complete than some of the other level-up evolutions. On the other hand, if you have rare candies and XP candies in your inventory from looting in the Overworld or from completing Tera Raids, you can use those candies instead.
The standard method of gaining levels is through engagement in combat; this new method will raise their levels much more quickly. However, if you would rather proceed in this manner, you are free to do so. Auto-battle is a brand new type of competition that has been added to both Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet. You have the option of sending your Pokemon out into the Overworld to fend for themselves and engage in battle with other Pokemon they come across. If you decide to go with this approach, be sure to keep a close eye on the condition of your Pokemon.
They will evolve into Volcarona once they have gained 59 levels and reached that level cap.
Volcarona, much like a large number of the other Pokemon in Scarlet and Violet, does not appear naturally in the wild. On the other hand, if you are playing Pokemon Violet, you will be able to locate its Paradox form in the Great Crater of Paldea once the game’s three primary storylines have been completed.
Volcarona has very high special attack stats and is a powerful Pokemon to battle with if you choose to experiment with them or put them on your team. If you do either of these things, you should expect to win a lot of battles. If not, then they will be another Pokemon crossed off the list in the Pokedex!