Pokémon on Pokéheroes evolve when they reach a specific level. To find out what level a certain Pokemon evolves at, you should always use Bulbapedia or any other Pokémon encyclopedia.
This guide is about evolving Pokemon who need specific requirements to evolve.
To evolve a Pokémon with an Evolution Item, you will need to go to your Item Bag which can be accessed by hovering over 'Home'. You will then need to click the 'Evo. Stones' tab and then click "Use" next to the required Item. Then choose the right Pokémon from your Party/Storage Boxes and it will evolve (as long as the item fits for this Pokémon).
- Dusk Stone
- Ice Stone
- Leaf Stone
- Moon Stone
- Oval Stone
- Happiny → Chansey (don't use the item but give it to Happiny and level it up during the day!)
- Shiny Stone
- Sun Stone
- Gloom → Bellossom
- Sunkern → Sunflora
- Cottonee → Whimsicott
- Petilil → Lilligant
- Helioptile → Heliolisk
- Water Stone
- Poliwhirl → Poliwrath
- Shellder → Cloyster
- Staryu → Starmie
- Lombre → Ludicolo
- Panpour → Simipour
- Weather Balloon
- Castform → different forms depending on the weather.
To evolve a Pokémon that normally evolves with a high Happiness stat, you need to use a Soothe Bell . It's sometimes available at the Item Shop for 2000 .
If your Trainerlevel is 11 or higher, you can give your Pokémon Acupuncture at the Salon for 4000 to raise its Happiness and evolve it after 15 minutes.
- Golbat → Crobat
- Chansey → Blissey
- Pichu → Pikachu
- Satichu → Satochu
- Cleffa → Clefairy
- Clawfa → Clawfairy
- Igglybuff → Jigglypuff
- Togepi → Togetic
- Azurill → Marill
- Budew → Roselia
- Buneary → Lopunny
- Easter Buneary → Easter Lopunny
- Chingling → Chimecho
- Munchlax → Snorlax
- Sugar Shock → Candy Belly
- Riolu → Lucario
- Rokkyu → Lucario-sensei
- Woobat → Swoobat
- Swadloon → Leavanny
- Meowth (Alolan) → Persian (Alolan)
- Type: Null → Silvally
Since Pokémon can't learn any moves on PokéHeroes, the Pokémon that would normally evolve by learning a specific move have to be evolved differently here. The Pokémon evolves when reaching the level on which it would learn this move in the original game series or are set to a specific level if a different action in the game is required:
- Tangela at Level 36
- Lickitung at Level 33
- Mime Jr. at Level 18
- Piloswine at Level 50
- Inkay at Level 30
- Steenee at Level 29
- Poipole at Level 40
Just like in the original games, Pokémon listed below need to be traded with another user to make them evolve. (Please note that buying Pokémon at an auction also counts as trading! So unless the Pokémon is holding an Everstone, it will evolve once being transferred to your account.)
- Kadabra → Alakazam
- Autumn Kadabra → Autumn Alakazam
- Machoke → Machamp
- Graveler → Golem
- Haunter → Gengar
- Boldore → Gigalith
- Gurrdurr → Conkeldurr
- Phantump → Trevenant
- Pumpkaboo → Gourgeist
- Graveler (Alolan) → Golem (Alolan)
Item Trade Evolution
Just like in the original games except for some evolutions, Pokémon listed below need to be traded with another user to make them evolve while holding their respective items. (Please note that buying Pokémon at an auction also counts as trading! So unless the Pokémon isn't holding it's respective trade evolution item, it will evolve once being transferred to your account.)
- King's Rock
- Rhydon evolves into Rhyperior when holding a Protector via trade
- Seadra evolves into Kingdra when holding a Dragon Scale via trade
- Electabuzz evolves into Electivire when holding an Electirizer via trade
- Magmar evolves into Magmortar when holding a Magmarizer via trade
- Porygon evolves into Porygon2 when holding a Up-Grade via trade
- Porygon2 evolves into Porygon-Z when holding a Dubious Disc via trade
- Feebas evolves into Milotic when holding a Prism Scale via trade
- Dusclops evolves into Dusknoir when holding a Reaper Cloth via trade
- Clamperl evolves into Gorebyss when holding a DeepSeaScale via trade
- Clamperl evolves into Huntail when holding a DeepSeaTooth via trade
- Spritzee evolves into Aromatisse when holding a Sachet via trade
- Swirlix evolves into Slurpuff when holding a Whipped Dream via trade
- Eevee evolves into Flareon using a Fire Stone
- Eevee evolves into Vaporeon using a Water Stone
- Eevee evolves into Jolteon using a Thunder Stone
- Eevee evolves into Espeon when holding a Soothe Bell and using a Sun Stone
- Eevee evolves into Umbreon when holding a Soothe Bell and using a Moon Stone
- Eevee evolves into Leafeon through Rumbling in the Mossy Forest
- Eevee evolves into Glaceon through Rumbling in the Icy Mountains
- Eevee evolves into Sylveon through Rumbling in the Playground
Day & Night Evolution
Just like in the original games, some Pokémon can only evolve during the daytime, or nighttime.
- Gligar evolves into Gliscor when leveling up during the nighttime while holding a Razor Fang
- Sneasel evolves into Weavile when leveling up during the nighttime while holding a Razor Claw
- Rockruff evolves into Lycanroc (Midday) starting at level 25 during the daytime
- Rockruff evolves into Lycanroc (Midnight) starting at level 25 during the nighttime
- Cosmoem evolves into Solgaleo starting at level 53 during the daytime
- Cosmoem evolves into Lunala starting at level 53 during the nighttime
Karrablast & Shelmet
As you may know, Karrablast and Shelmet would usually evolve by trading one for the other. However, it works slightly different on PokéHeroes. In order to make those two evolve, you have to trade one whilst the other is in the recipent's party (i.e trading a Karrablast to somebody who has Shelmet in their party).
- Magneton evolves into Magnezone through Rumbling in the Lightstone Cave.
- Nosepass evolves into Probopass through Rumbling in the Lightstone Cave.
- Charjabug evolves into Vikavolt through Rumbling in the Lightstone Cave.
- Crabrawler evolves into Crabominable through Rumbling in the Snowy Mountains.
- Pancham evolves into Pangoro starting at level 32 if there is another Dark-type Pokémon in the user's party.
- Mantyke evolves into Mantine if it levels up whilst having a Remoraid in the user's party.
- Sliggoo evolves into Goodra starting at level 50 if the Weather is Rainy.
In generation 6 Mega Pokémon have been introduced. To mega evolve your Pokémon on PokéHeroes you need to give them a Mega Stone and level them up to Level 50. For more information, check this article.