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! colspan="3" | Leveling up
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| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{grass color light}}" | [[File:152Chikorita.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Chikorita|{{grass color dark}}}}
| {{bag|Rare Candy}}<br>→<br>Level 16+
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! colspan="3" | Friendship
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| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{fairy color light}}" | [[File:175Togepi.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Togepi|{{fairy color dark}}}}
| {{bag|Rare Candy}} + {{bag|Soothe Bell}}<br> →<br>Level up<br><small>while friendship is high
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! colspan="3" | Knowing a move
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| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{ground color light}}" | [[File:221Piloswine.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Piloswine|{{ground color dark}}}}
| {{bag|Rare Candy}} + {{bag|TM Rock}}<br>→<br>Level up<br><small>knowing {{mcolor|Ancient Power|000}}</small>
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! colspan="3" | In a certain location
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| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{rock color light}}" | [[File:299Nosepass.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Nosepass|{{rock color dark}}}}
|{{bag|Rare Candy}} + {{bag|Town Map}}<br>→<br>Level up<br><small>in a {{color2|000|special magnetic field}}</small>
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! colspan="3" | In a certain region
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| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{poison color light}}" rowspan="2" | [[File:109Koffing.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Koffing|{{poison color dark}}}}
| {{bag|Rare Candy}}<br>→<br>Level 35+
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! colspan="3" | At certain times
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| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{dragon color light}}" | [[File:696Tyrunt.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Tyrunt|{{dragon color dark}}}}
|{{bag|Rare Candy}} + [[File:Day Icon.png|24px]]<br> →<br>Level 39+<br><small>(day)</small>
====While holding an item====
:''See also: [[:Category:Pokémon that evolve by leveling up with a held item]]''
Some Pokémon evolve when they are leveled up while holding a specific [[evolution-inducing held item]]. If a Pokémon evolves this way, the item disappears upon completion of the evolution; the item is not consumed if the evolution is cancelled. This evolutionary requirement was introduced in [[Generation IV]].
 
All Pokémon that evolve this way also require that they be leveled up at a specific time of day to be evolved.
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! colspan="3" | Holding an item
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| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{ice color light}}" | [[File:215Sneasel.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Sneasel|{{ice color dark}}}}
| {{bag|Rare Candy}} + {{bag|Razor Claw}} + [[File:Night Icon.png|24px]]<br> →<br>Level up<br><small>holding {{color2|000|Razor Claw}}<br>(night)</small>
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! colspan="3" | Gender
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| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{flying color light}}" | [[File:415Combee.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Combee|{{flying color dark}}}}
| {{bag|Rare Candy}} + ♀<br> →<br>Level 21+<br><small>if {{color2|000|Gender|female}}</small>
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! colspan="3" | In a certain game
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| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{psychic color light}}" rowspan="2" | [[File:790Cosmoem.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Cosmoem|{{psychic color dark}}}}
| {{bag|Rare Candy}} + {{gameabbrev7|S}}{{gameabbrev7|US}}<br> →<br>Level 53+<br><small>in {{color2|000|Pokémon Sun and Moon|Sun}} or {{color2|000|Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon|Ultra Sun}}
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! colspan="3" | Using an item
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| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{dragon color light}}" rowspan="2" | [[File:840Applin.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Applin|{{dragon color dark}}}}
|{{bag|Tart Apple}}<br> → <br> {{color2|000|Tart Apple}}
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! colspan="3" | Using a stone
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| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{fire color light}}" | [[File:058Growlithe.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Growlithe|{{fire color dark}}}}
|{{bag|Fire Stone}}<br> → <br> {{color2|000|Fire Stone}}
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{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy}} border: 2px solid #{{fighting color}}; background: #{{psychic color}};"
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| rowspan="2" style="{{roundy}} background: #{{fairy color light}}" | [[File:281Kirlia.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Kirlia|{{fairy color dark}}}}<br><small>{{color|{{fairy color dark}}|(male)}}</small>
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| {{bag|Dawn Stone}}<br> → <br> {{color2|000|Dawn Stone}}
| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{fighting color light}}" | [[File:475Gallade.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Gallade|{{fighting color dark}}}}
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{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy}} border: 2px solid #{{ghost color}}; background: #{{ice color}};"
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| rowspan="2" style="{{roundy}} background: #{{ice color light}}" | [[File:361Snorunt.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Snorunt|{{ice color dark}}}}<br><small>{{color|{{ice color dark}}|(female)}}</small>
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| {{bag|Dawn Stone}}<br>→ <br> {{color2|000|Dawn Stone}}
| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{ghost color light}}" | [[File:478Froslass.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Froslass|{{ghost color dark}}}}
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! colspan="3" | In a certain region
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| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{psychic color light}}" rowspan="2" | [[File:102Exeggcute.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Exeggcute|{{psychic color dark}}}}
| {{bag|Leaf Stone}}<br>→<br>Leaf Stone
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy}} border: 2px solid #{{poison color}}; background: #{{ghost color}};"
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! colspan="3" | Trade
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| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{poison color light}}" | [[File:093Haunter.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Haunter|{{poison color dark}}}}
| {{bag|Pal Pad}}<br>→ <br> Trade
 
====Holding a certain item====
:''Main article: [[Evolution-inducing held item]]''
:''See also: [[:Category:Pokémon that evolve by trading with a held item]]''
Some Pokémon evolve when traded while holding a specific [[evolution-inducing held item]]. If a Pokémon evolves this way, the item disappears upon completion of the evolution. This method of evolution was introduced in [[Generation II]] (the same generation that introduced held items in general).
 
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy}} border: 2px solid #{{electric color dark}}; background: #{{electric color}};"
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! colspan="3" | Trade while holding an item
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| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{electric color light}}" | [[File:125Electabuzz.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Electabuzz|{{electric color dark}}}}
| {{bag|Pal Pad}} + {{bag|Electirizer}}<br> → <br> Trade<br><small>Holding an {{color2|000|Electirizer}}</small>
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! colspan="3" | Trade for certain Pokémon
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| style="{{roundy|10px}} background:#{{bug color light}}" | [[File:616Shelmet.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Shelmet|{{bug color dark}}}}
| {{bag|Pal Pad}} <small>for</small>{{MS|588}}<br>→ <br/> Trade<br/><small>For a {{color2|000|Karrablast (Pokémon)|Karrablast}}</small>
| style="{{roundy|10px}} background: #{{bug color light}}" | [[File:617Accelgor.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Accelgor|{{bug color dark}}}}
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| style="{{roundy|10px}} background:#{{bug color light}}" | [[File:588Karrablast.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Karrablast|{{bug color dark}}}}
| {{bag|Pal Pad}} <small>for</small>{{MS|616}}<br>→ <br/> Trade<br/><small>For a {{color2|000|Shelmet (Pokémon)|Shelmet}}</small>
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! colspan="3" | Candy in Pokémon GO
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| style="{{roundy}} background: #{{steel color light}}" | [[File:808Meltan.png|96px]]<br>{{pcolor|Meltan|{{steel color dark}}}}
| {{candy|Meltan}}400<br>{{color2|000|Candy|Meltan Candy}}<br><small>in {{color2|000|Pokémon GO}}</small>
In [[Pokémon GO]], the only way to evolve Pokémon is to press the "Evolve" button on that Pokémon's profile page. All Pokémon require the player spend a specific amount of their own Candy to evolve them, but some have additional requirements.
 
Some evolutions require an item in addition to the Candy cost. All evolutions that require an [[evolution-inducing held item]] (except {{p|Feebas}} and {{p|Clamperl}}) or [[Sun Stone]] to evolve in the core series require an item to be spent in Pokémon GO. For evolutions introduced in Generation II, the item required is the same as in the core series. All [[cross-generational evolution]]s introduced in [[Generation IV]] require a [[Sinnoh Stone]] to evolve. All evolutions introduced in Generation V that require an evolutionary stone in the core series (except a Sun Stone) require a [[Unova Stone]] in Pokémon GO; Generation V evolutions that require a Sun Stone in the core series also require it in Pokémon GO.
 
{{p|Feebas}} cannot be evolved until the player has walked with it as the [[Buddy Pokémon]] for 20&nbsp;km. This requirement is noted under the "Evolve" button.
===Pokémon Pinball series===
{{main|Evolution Item (Pinball)}}
In [[Pokémon Pinball]] and [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], once the Evolution Mode or Evo Mode starts and the player chooses a Pokémon to evolve, then three instances of the same [[Evolution Item (Pinball)|Evolution Item]] appear somewhere on the table, one at a time. The player is required to get the three repeated Evolution Items before the time runs up in order to evolve the chosen Pokémon. For instance, if the player attempts to evolve a {{p|Vulpix}} into {{p|Ninetales}}, they will be required to find three [[Fire Stone|Fire Stones]]s on the table. Most available Pokémon evolve by [[experience]], which requires getting three "Ex" Evolution Items. If the Pokémon evolves by [[trade]] in the core series, then the player needs to get three [[Game Link Cable|Link Cable]] Evolution Items.
 
==In the TCG==
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