Primeape Evolution Into Annihilape Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

The Primeape evolution into Annihilape in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is a mystery for many Trainers. Makes sense, considering that the awesome-looking ape is a brand new Pokemon. There’s no way to even guess how its evolution works. That’s why, in this guide, we are going to show you how to evolve Primeape into Annihilape in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

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Primeape Evolution Into Annihilape Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

How to Evolve Primeape Into Annihilape in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

To evolve Primeape into Annihilape in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet and complete the evolution chain, you first need to keep leveling it up until it learns the move called Rage Fist. That should happen around level 35. We’re not sure whether or not that’s fixed, or whether some Primeapes get the Rage Fist earlier than others. Whatever the case may be, once your Pokemon learns this specific move, it’s time for the next step. You need to use Rage Fist twenty times. They don’t have to be in the same battle, nor do they need to be in consecutive fights. As far as we can tell, the counter never resets. The easiest way to do this is go an punch some Lachonks around the Lighthouse, because they’re immune to Rage Fist.

And there you have it, that’s how the evolution of Primeape into Annihilape in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet works and how to evolve the Fighting / Ghost Pokemon. Yes, you heard me right, it becomes a dual type. My head canon is that the Primeape just croaks out of exhaustion from all that punching and emerges a more powerful creature through the sheer power of rage. That’s pretty metal, you have to admit. Oh, by the way, Mankey evolves into Primeape at level 28. That’s a long way to go, but it’s ultimately well worth the trouble. You can also catch a wild Primeape around the Medali Poke Mart. They are level 30 out there, so be careful.

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