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Revision as of 15:50, 21 September 2022

Pokémon Evolution on PokéFarm Q is similar to the type of evolution seen in the canon games. Following this concept, Pokémon on PokéFarm Q are able to permanently evolve into new and different species if specific requirements and conditions are met.

Mechanics

The PokéDex displaying a Pokémon's Evolutionary Data.

Evolution is a permanent, irreversible, process in which a Pokémon transforms and becomes a new Pokémon. Most Pokémon, excluding Legendary (Cosmog, Type: Null, Poipole, and Kubfu are exceptions) and Single Stage Pokémon, are able to evolve into higher Stages (forms) of themselves. Evolving a Pokémon changes its species, and therefore also changes any attributes that it could have previously held, these attributes may include: type, egg group, field tolerance, colour, and physical appearance. Remember, evolution is permanent and cannot be undone.

Note: Pokémon will retain the shiny, albino, or melanistic status after evolving.


Evolution Criteria

All Pokémon that are capable of evolution have unique and specific requirements that must be met before they are able to evolve. Specific evolutionary information and criteria can be found on the user's PokéDex, provided they have the desired Pokémon's Dex Entry. Listed below, are the most common evolution requirements. More than one criteria may be required for certain evolutions.

Note: PFQ's unique game structure requires that many Pokémon's evolution criteria diverge from the canon games' criteria.

Level

Most Pokémon become able to evolve once they reach a certain level. A Pokémon does not have to be at this exact level to evolve, but must have at least reached this level to do so, i.e., Pokémon are able to evolve at any level after they met their evolutionary requirement.

An example of an evolution prompt shown on a Pokémon's summary.

Items

Some Items are capable of triggering evolution for certain Pokémon. The most commonly used evolutionary items are: Evolution Items, Evolution Stones, and Special Evolution Items, but other items may be used as well. A Pokémon that requires an item to evolve must be holding the item it needs before evolution is possible. An item that is needed for evolution is consumed and disappears from the Pokémon's Summary Page after evolution occurs.

Happiness

Certain Pokémon must reach a high level of happiness before they are able to evolve. Pokémon which evolve by this method must have a Happiness Level of 220 or greater. A Pokémon's happiness can be raised by placing it in a preferred field or by feeding it Consumables.

There are currently 2 Pokémon that evolve from having 0 Happiness (also known as Unhappiness). Due to rounding, the Happiness percentage may show 0% even when the Pokémon has more Happiness.

Trading

Similar to how some Pokémon in canon games needed to be traded in order to evolve, Pokémon on PFQ must also be traded to evolve. Many Pokémon do not require further conditions to be met (they can evolve simply by being traded), but others must be holding specific items to trigger evolution. Gifting counts as trading and is able to trigger evolution.

Further Requirements

A selected few Pokémon must meet even more specific requirements to evolve. These further requirements often include: being of a certain gender, the time of day being either day or night, specific party or field arrangements, or other specific conditions that are unique to a species. These requirements are often paired with other evolutionary requirements, in which case, both requirements must be met to induce evolution.

Special Conditions

Inkay's Evolving via rotated upside-down using Dress Up at Level 30.

Some Pokémon evolve through very specific conditions. They evolve through PokéFarm mechanics in ways that mirror the way they evolve in the official games.

When a Pokémon is required to be near X Pokémon, the X Pokémon has to be in its base form and not in any other form.

Example of a Pikachu near a Tapu Koko.
What it looks like having Max Beauty. The word Max should be below the word Beauty.
Example of a Milcery being spun in the Dress Up Page.
Dex No. Pokémon Sprite Evolution (Main Game) Evolution (PFQ)
027 Alolan Raichu Alolan Raichu.png Evolves via Thunderstone in Alola Evolves via Thunderstone near Tapu Koko
 Either in a user's party or the same field.
111 Alolan Exeggutor Alolan Exeggutor.png Evolves via Leaf Stone in Alola Evolves via Leaf Stone near Tapu Bulu
 Either in a user's party or the same field.
113 Alolan Marowak Alolan Marowak.png Evolves via Level 28 in Alola Evolves via Level 28 near Tapu Fini
 Either in a user's party or the same field.
117 Galarian Weezing Galarian Weezing.png Evolves via Level 35 in Galar Evolves via Level 35 near Eternatus
 Either in a user's party or the same field.
132 Galarian Mr. Mime Galarian Mr. Mime.png Evolves when levelled up while knowing Mimic in Galar Evolves via Mimic Orb near Glastrier
 Either in a user's party or the same field.
151 Sylveon Sylveon.png Evolves via 2 Heart Affection + Fairy-type Move Evolves via maximum Affection
 Happiness overrides the affection requirement and will prevent the evolution of Sylveon.
172 Hisuian Typhlosion Hisuian Typhlosion.png Evolves via Level 36 in the Hisui region Evolves via Level 36 while holding a Time Flower
307 Shedinja Shedinja.png Created when evolving Nincada with an extra Pokéball and extra space in the party Created when evolving Nincada with an empty space in the party
 Shedinja will retain the shiny, albino, or melanistic status of Nincada after evolving.
364 Milotic Milotic.png Evolves via Max Beauty or Trade w/ Prism Scale Evolves via maximum Beauty
 Using higher levelled Pokéblocks is the best option for Max Beauty.
473 Mantine Mantine.png Evolves with a Remoraid in the Party Evolves near Remoraid
 Either in a user's party or in the same field.
503 Hisuian Samurott Hisuian Samurott.png Evolves via Level 36 in the Hisui region Evolves via Level 36 while holding a Time Flower
549 Hisuian Lilligant Hisuian Lilligant.png Evolves via Sun Stone in the Hisui region Evolves via Sun Stone near Dialga
 Either in a user's party or in the same field. Dialga must not be in its Primal Forme.
687 Malamar Malamar.png Evolves via Level 30, Upside-Down 3DS Evolves via Level 30 with Upside-Down Portrait
704 Hisuian Sliggoo Hisuian Sliggoo.png Evolves via Level 40 in Hisui Evolves via Level 40 near Palkia
 Either in a user's party or in the same field. Palkia must not be in its Primal Forme.
723 Hisuian Decidueye Hisuian Decidueye.png Evolves via Level 36 in the Hisui region Evolves via Level 34 while holding a Time Flower
744 Dusk Lycanroc Dusk Lycanroc.png A Rockruff with the ability Own Tempo evolves into Dusk Form Lycanroc when levelled up from 7 PM to 7:59 PM in real-time (Generation VIII) or 5 PM to 5:59 PM in in-game time (Generation VII). Evolves via Level 25 during Dusk with high Affection
 Hover over the sun icon next to the server time to find out when Dusk (aka Sunset) starts.
808 Melmetal Melmetal.png Pokémon GO: Turn in 400 Meltan for Candy to evolve just one.

Pokédex: A group of Meltan live together until the strongest absorbs the group and becomes Melmetal.

Obtain 40 Scrap Metal, visit Colress' Shack, and he will fuse the Scrap Metal into a user's Meltan to get Melmetal.
864 Sirfetch'd Sirfetch'd.png Evolves after landing three critical hits in a single battle. Evolves via Level 30 while holding a Leek.
866 Runerigus Runerigus.png Evolves when the player travels under the stone bridge in Dusty Bowl after Galarian Yamask has lost at least 49 HP and did not faint in the same battle or since Evolves via Sticky Barb in Ground-type Field
868 Alcremie Alcremie.png Evolves while holding a Sweet when its Trainer spins and strikes a pose Evolves while holding a Sweet then spun in the Dress Up page
 Alcremie's evolution methods can be found below.
890 Urshifu Single Strike Urshifu.pngRapid Strike Urshifu.png Evolves into Single Strike Urshifu when trained in the Tower of Darkness

Evolves into Rapid Strike Urshifu when trained in the Tower of Waters

Evolves into Single Strike Urshifu via Level 50 holding Dusk Stone

Evolves into Rapid Strike Urshifu via Level 50 holding Water Stone

898 Wyrdeer Wyrdeer.png Evolves after using Psyshield Bash in agile style at least 20 times. Evolves via Level 31 while holding a Psyshield Bash Orb.
899 Kleavor Kleavor.png Evolves when exposed to a Black Augurite. Trade while holding Black Augurite.
900 Ursaluna Ursaluna.png Evolves via a Peat Block during a full moon. Evolves via a Peat Block during Nighttime.
901 Basculegion Basculegion.png Evolves from a White-Striped Basculin after losing at least 294 HP from recoil damage without fainting. Evolves from a White-Striped Basculin via a Sticky Barb.
903 Overqwil Overqwil.png Evolves after using Barb Barrage in strong style at least 20 times. Evolves via Level 25 holding Barb Barrage Orb.

Special Formes

There are Pokémon whose evolutions have multiple formes. For these Pokémon, a specific set of conditions must be met to achieve a specific forme. Some of these conditions cannot be changed.

Pokémon with Forme-Changing Evolutions

Burmy

A female Burmy will evolve into a Wormadam of the same cloak. Burmy's cloak can be changed by sending it on a Scour Mission: the Forest Area will yield a Plant Cloak, the Desert will yield a Sandy Cloak, and the City will yield a Trash Cloak. Once evolved, Wormadam's cloak is permanent.

Note: Male Burmy always evolves into Mothim.

Tyrogue/Caprikid

Tyrogue's and Caprikid's evolutions are based on its Battle Stats.

Note: The final stats are used to determine the evolution of these Pokémon.

Vivillon

The wing pattern that Vivillon will have when it evolves from Spewpa depends on the particular user that hatches it. Each user is randomly assigned a Vivillon pattern that cannot be changed.

Note: This means that every Spewpa that a user evolves will have the same pattern as the person who hatched it. Parents of the Scatterbug Egg have no influence on the Vivillon pattern.


Solgaleo/Lunala

Cosmoem evolves into Solgaleo or Lunala depending on its gender and time of day. For Solgaleo, it has to be a male and Daytime. For Lunala, it has to be a female and Nighttime. This information can also be found in the PokéDex.

Note: The time of day is based on Server Time.

Toxel

Toxel will evolve into a Toxtricity forme that is based on its nature:

  • Amped: Adamant, Brave, Docile, Hardy, Hasty, Impish, Jolly, Lax, Naive, Naughty, Rash, Quirky, Sassy Nature
  • Low Key: Bashful, Bold, Calm, Careful, Gentle, Lonely, Mild, Modest, Quiet, Relaxed, Serious, Timid Nature

Alcremie

Alcremie's evolution method follows the Consumable Sweet Item given to it and the direction a user spins it using the Dress Up on the Pokémon's Summary page. Any Sweet + Directional guide below results in the proper Alcremie.

Direction Day Night
Clockwise Vanilla Cream Matcha Cream
Clockwise (5 spins) Caramel Swirl Lemon Cream
Anti-Clockwise Ruby Cream Salted Cream
Anti-Clockwise (5 spins) Ruby Swirl Mint Cream
Dusk Anti-Clockwise (10 spins) Rainbow Swirl

Everstone

Everstone.png The Everstone is an item directly related to the concept of Evolution. Once being held by a Pokémon, it stops a Pokémon's ability to evolve even if all its evolutionary requirements have been met. It is not necessary to use an Everstone to prevent evolution, as Pokémon do not evolve automatically on PokéFarm. However, using an Everstone can reduce the chance of a user accidentally evolving their own Pokémon, and also removes the Pokémon from the list of Pokémon ready to evolve on the Farm page.

An Everstone can be purchased in the Advanced Upgrades section of the Daycare for Cr small.png 500 each.

References