Fuecoco Evolution into Crocalor & Skeledirge Pokemon Scarlet

In our Fuecoco Evolution into Crocalor & Skeledirge Pokemon Scarlet and Violet guide, we are going to explain how to evolve this starter Pokemon. It’s actually pretty simple, but since it’s a brand new game, there’s no way you’d know how it works. With that said, here’s what you need to do.

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fuecoco evolution into crocalor & skeledirge pokemon scarlet
Fuecoco Evolution into Crocalor & Skeledirge Pokemon Scarlet

How to Evolve Fuecoco Into Crocalor in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

To evolve Fuecoco unto Crocalor in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, which is the first step to the evolution of Skeledirge, you just need to get it to Level 16. That’s the only requirement. You don’t need any special evolution item or anything. This is true for every starter evolution in Scarlet and Violet, by the way. Much like Fuecoco, Crocalor is also a Fire-type Pokemon. It looks adorably silly, with a sombrero-looking thing on its head. It also has the same abilities as Fuecoco, Blaze and Unaware. The only real difference is that all of its stats are significantly higher. And that’s basically all there is to it.

Crocalor Evolution Into Skeledirge Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Time to explain the evolution of Crocalor into Skeledirge in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, now that we know how to evolve Fuecoco into Crocalor. Here’s how it works: you need to get the Pokemon to level 36. Once again, this goes for each starter evolution. All you have to do is level Crocalor up, and when the number hits 36, it will evolve into Skeledirge. Unlike the previous evolutions, the last one actually looks kinda scary. It looks like a fire-breathing, armored crocodile. While it has the same abilities as Crocalor and Fuecoco, it’s actually a dual-type Pokemon, Fire and Ghost. Its stats are pretty dang good, too. So, it’s worth your while to keep this starter on the front line.

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