Pokemon Let’s Go Evolution Chart Guide

Want to sate your hunger to catch 'em all register 'em in your Pokedex? Fear not! Our Pokemon Let's Go Evolution Chart is here to help you evolve them all.

Been too long since you last played Pokemon? Having an unusual urge to reminisce one of the first Pocket Monsters with an Evolution Chart? Or do you wish to be the very best, again? Our Pokemon Let’s Go Evolution Chart is here to make you meet your demands.

Pokemon Let’s Go Evolution Chart

Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee features most of the original Gen-1 Pokemon: there should be around 80 Normal Pokemon if you do not count the Alolan versions.

If you have played any of the original Pokemon games by GameFreak, you should know that to evolve a Pokemon, you need to follow and fulfill a specific requirement.

These requirements can either be using one of the compatible Evolution Stones on them or the traditional leveling up method.

Some of the Pokemon may also require you trading them with another player and the Pokemon will evolve during the trade. And yes, the Pokemon Let’s Go game also follows the Mega Evolution tradition.

I have never really liked Mega Evolution, but sure! Let us cover the Mega Evolutions too.

Pokemon Evolution Chart


Pokemon Requirement to Evolve Stage 2 Evolution Requirement to Evolve Stage 3 Evolution Mega Stone Name Mega Evolution
Bulbasaur Level 16 Ivysaur Level 32 Venusaur Venusaurite Mega Venusaur
Charmander Level 16 Charmeleon Level 36 Charizard Charizardite X Mega Charizard X
Charmander Level 16 Charmeleon Level 36 Charizard Charizardite Y Mega Charizard Y
Squirtle Level 16 Wartortle Level 36 Blastoise Blastoisinite Mega Blastoise
Caterpie Level 7 Metapod Level 10 Butterfree
Weedle Level 7 Kakuna Level 10 Beedrill Beedrillite Mega Beedrill
Pidgey Level 18 Pidgeotto Level 36 Pidgeot Pidgeotite Mega Pidgeot
Rattata Level 20 Raticate
Spearow Level 20 Fearow
Ekans Level 22 Arbok
Pikachu Thunder Stone Raichu
Sandshrew Level 22 Sandslash
Nidoran (Female) Level 16 Nidorina (Female) Moon Stone Nidoqueen
Nidoran (Male) Level 16 Nidorina (Male) Moon Stone Nidoking
Clefairy Moonstone Clefable
Vuplix Fire Stone Ninetales
Jigglypuff Moonstone Wigglytuff
Zubat Level 22 Golbat Can’t Crobatgon
Oddish Level 21 Gloom Leaf Stone Vileplume
Paras Level 24 Parasect
Veonat Level 31 Venomoth
Diglett Level 26 Dugtrio
Meowth Level 28 Persian
Psyduck Level 33 Golduck
Mankey Level 28 Primeape
Growlithe Fire Stone Arcanine
Poliwag Level 25 Poliwhirl Water Stone Poliwrath
Abra Level 16 Kadabra Via Trading Alakazam Alakazite Mega Alakazam
Machop Level 28 Machoke Via Trading Machamp
Bellsprout Level 21 Weebinbell Leaf Stone Victreebel
Tentacool Level 30 Tentacruel
Geodude Level 25 Graveler Via Trading Golem
Ponyta Level 40 Rapidash
Slowpoke nil Slowbro Can’t Slowkingn’t Slowbronite Mega Slowbro
Magnemite Level 30 Magneton
Doduo Level 31 Dodrio
Seel Level 34 Dewgong
Grimer Level 38 Muk
Shellder Water Stone Cloyster
Gastly Level 25 Haunter Via Trading Gengar Gengarite Mega Gengar
Drowzee Level 26 Hypno
Krabby Level 28 Kingler
Voltorb Level 30 Electrode
Exeggcute Leaf Stone Exeggutor
Cubone nil Marowak
Koffing Level 35 Weezing
Rhyhorn Level 42 Rhydon
Kangaskhan Kangaskhanite Mega Kangaskhan
Horsea Level 32 Seadra
Goldeen Level 33 Seaking
Staryu Water Stone Starmie Can’t No Staraptor lmao
Mr. Mime
Pinsir Pinsirite Mega Pinsir
Magikarp Level 20 Gyarados Gyaradosite Mega Gyarados
Eevee Water Stone Vapreon
Eevee Electric Stone Jolteon
Eevee Fire Stone Flareon
Kabuto Level 40 Kabutops
Aerodactyl Aerodactylite Mega Aerodactyl
Dratini Level 40 Dragonair Level 58 Dragonite
Mewtwo Mewtwonite X Mega Mewtwo X
Mewtwo Mewtwonite Y Mega Mewtwo Y
Meltan nil Melmetal


Note: where it says ‘Nil’, it means that you cannot evolve them. You need to find an evolved version through either Pokemon Go or through other NPCs.

Alolans Evolution Chart


Pokemon Requirement to Evolve Stage 2 Evolution Requirement to Evolve Stage 3 Evolution
Pikachu Trade through an NPC Alolan Raichu
Alolan Sandshrew Ice Stone OR Level 22 Alolan Sandshrew
Alolan Vulpix Ice Stone Alolan Ninetales
Alolan Diglett 26 Alolan Dugtrio
Alolan Meowth 28 Alolan Persian
Alolan Geodude 25 Alolan Graveler Trade through an NPC Alolan Golem
Alolan Grimer 38 Alolan Muk
Exeggcute Trade through an NPC Alolan Exeggutor
Alolan Rattata 20 Alolan Raticate
Cubone Trade through an NPC Alolan Marowak



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You can find out more information on Moltress in our Legendaries Guide.


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More information on Zapdos can be found in our Legendaries Guide.


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Red used Articuno once too, remember? You can find out more information on Articuno in our Legendaries Guide.


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