Tarountula Evolution into Spidops Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

The Tarountula evolution into Spidops in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet doesn’t have any special requirements; in fact, there’s not much to it at all. However, it is a new Pokemon, so Trainers can’t realistically know what to do with it. That’s why, in this guide, we are going to explain how to evolve Tarountula into Spidops, as well as what special abilities it has and what its base stats are.

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tarountula evolution into spidops pokemon scarlet and violet
Tarountula Evolution into Spidops Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

How to Evolve Tarountula into Spidops in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

To evolve Tarountula into Spidops in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, all you need to do is to keep earning XP with it until it hits level 15, which is when the evolution triggers. It will then automatically evolve into Spidops after the battle is over. There are no other requirements. By that, I mean you don’t need any special items, it doesn’t have to be a set time of day, none of that. The only thing that might throw a wrench in is if you’re using Auto Battles to grind out XP for Tarountula. In that scenario, it won’t evolve until you either give it a Candy or manually engage in a battle. Using just battles is not enough, no matter the level you hit. We discuss this in detail in our Scarlet and Violet Pokemon Not Evolving Explained guide.

And there you go, that’s how the evolution of Tarountula into Spidops in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet works. Needless to say, neither of these two is going to be your Bug Pokemon of choice for long. Spidops’s base stats are 60 HP, 79 ATK, 92 DEF, 52 SP ATK, 86 SP DEF, and 35 Speed. Really not much to write home about, but decent enough for the beginning stages, which is when you’re most likely to encounter Tarountula. That said, the abilities it has are pretty great. Insomnia makes it immune to sleep effects, which is neat. Even cooler is the Stakeout ability. When the enemy trainer switches out a Pokemon, the new Pokemon will take twice the damage.

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