Fidough Evolution into Dachsbun Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

In our Fidough Evolution into Dachsbun Pokemon Scarlet and Violet guide, we are going to show you how to evolve Fidough into Dachsbun. There’s nothing much to it, but it’s a new Pokemon. You might need a bit of help to figure out how the system works. Well, that’s exactly what this guide is for, so let’s dive straight in!

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fidough evolution into dachsbun pokemon scarlet and violet
Fidough Evolution into Dachsbun Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

How to Evolve Fidough Into Dachsbun in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

To evolve Fidough into Dachsbun in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, which is the only step in its evolution, the adorable bread-dog needs to reach level 26. That’s all it requires. No special items, it doesn’t have to be any specific time of day, you don’t need to use any move a certain amount of times, none of that. Just keep leveling the doughy puppy until it gets to 26. It’s actually a pretty decent Fairy-type Pokemon to have, especially that early in the game. You can even have it run along you and do Auto Battles. Just remember that it won’t evolve until you engage in a battle yourself, as we’ve pointed out in our Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Pokemon Not Evolving Explained guide.

So, that’s all there is to it, that’s all you need to trigger the evolution of Fidough into Dachsbun in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. Again, it’s not the strongest Fairy-type you’ll come across, but you can catch it very early. So, it’ll be a good friend to have in the opening hours as you explore Paldea and run into something that’s weak against Fairy attacks. And, let’s be honest, it’s beyond adorable. It’s a dog made of dough. And Dachsbun is its baked version, with a lovely brown crust. I absolutely love the little thing, and nobody can convince me otherwise. Oh, don’t forget that you can use a Rare Candy or Lucky Egg to speed up the leveling process.

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