How to evolve Wurmple on Pokemon Go – The Irish Sun

BUG-type Pokémon Wurmple first appeared in 2002 in Generation 3 of the Gameboy Advance games.

It has appeared in most versions of the game, including the mobile version of Pokémon Go, evolving into two different Pokémon.

How to evolve a Wurple on Pokemon Go

Wurmple is an early catch in most Pokémon games since it spawns at low level and evolves at level seven.

Players don’t know if they will get a Cascoon or Silcoon in evolution as it depends on a hidden personality trait.

Each second level evolution then evolves into a final level 10 evolution – either Dustox by Cascoon or Beautifly by Silcoon.

To evolve your Wurmple in Pokémon Go, you must collect 12 Wurmple Candy.

Wurmple has two evolution trees and can eventually become a Dustox or a Beautifly.


Wurmple has two evolution trees and can eventually become a Dustox or a Beautifly.

After collecting 50 more Wurmple Candy, players can get the final evolution.

Your Wurmpel’s sex has no bearing on its development, and neither does the time of day.

Does a Wurmple evolve like an Eevee?

In Pokémon Go, Eevee’s evolution into Flareon, Jolteon, or Vaporeon can be determined by giving your Eevee the appropriate nickname.

Where other Eveelutions are not so easy to get.

You have even less control over your Wurmple, as nicknames have no effect.

At the moment it seems that Wurmples evolve randomly in Pokémon Go, similar to the original games.

That said, to get either Dustox or Beautifly you need luck and keep catching them until you get the desired result.

What Pokémon are available in Pokémon Go?

There are currently over 905 Pokémon that can be found in the various regions of the core games.

Not all of these are available in the mobile app version of the game, although they’re regularly updated to add new Pokémon.

All first and second generation Pokémon are in play, and a large number of third and fourth generation Pokémon.

Popular or iconic Pokémon from later games are also included in the app.

Fifty Pokemon were added in the update that Wurmple added to the game, including Treecko, Torchic, and Mudkip.

Here is the full list of Pokemon available in the Wurmple update, with their Pokédex number:

  • 252. Treecko (Starter)
  • 253. Grovyle
  • 254. Sceptile
  • 255. Torch (Starter)
  • 256. Combusken
  • 257. Blaziken
  • 258. Mudkip (Starter)
  • 259. Marching tower
  • 260. Flooded
  • 261. Poochyena
  • 262. Mighty
  • 263. Zigzag
  • 264. Linon
  • 265. Wumple
  • 266. Silicone
  • 277. Beautiful
  • 268. Cascoon
  • 269. Storage box
  • 273. Seedot
  • 274. Nut Leaf
  • 275. Busy
  • 280. Rats
  • 281. Kirlia
  • 282. Gardevoir
  • 285. Fungal
  • 286. Breloom
  • 287. Slakoth
  • 288. Vigoroth
  • 289. Delete
  • 296. Makuhita
  • 297. Hariyama
  • 298. Azurill
  • 300. Skitty
  • 301. Delcatty
  • 303. Mawile
  • 307. Meditation
  • 308. Medicham
  • 309. Electric shock
  • 310. Manectic
  • 311. Plusle (regional exclusive)
  • 312. Minun (regional exclusive)
  • 316. Gulpin
  • 317. Swalot
  • 325. Speak
  • 326. Grumpy
  • 335. Zangoose (regional exclusive)
  • 336. Seviper (regional exclusive)
  • 359. Absolutely
  • 360. Wynaut

The update also makes the game reflect real weather patterns wherever you are.

Similar to the main games, the weather changes what types of Pokémon you will see. For example, if it’s raining, you’re more likely to see a Mudkip.

A daily incense feature in a new update has also made it easier to catch rare Pokemon. How to evolve Wurmple on Pokemon Go – The Irish Sun

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