In Generation VII, Pokémon fans were introduced to two new monsters that are both Poison- and Fire-type, Salandite and Salazzle. Salandit can evolve into Salazzle, a fast-paced Pokémon that has access to a variety of different powerful moves. However, developing a Salandite is not as easy as it sounds. That’s because there’s a quirk you need to be aware of, so make sure you know that before you go looking for a Salandite in the wild in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.
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How to evolve Salandit into Salazzle
It’s not too difficult to get Salandit to evolve into Salazzle, at least at first glance. This is because Salandit evolves similarly to other monsters. However, we should note that it is a bit complicated compared to other Pokemon since gender matters.
See, only female Salandits can evolve into Salazzle in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. Female Salandites evolve at Lv. 33, so make sure you start training these Salandite and make them stronger. Male Salandits, on the other hand, cannot evolve in the world of Pokémon. Apparently, if you’ve captured a male Salandite and are hoping to evolve it, you’re out of luck.
Salazzle isn’t the only female-only development in the world of Pokémon. The fourth generation of Pokémon introduced Combee and Vespique. Vespiquen is a powerful Beetle-type monster, but it can only be obtained by evolving a Female Combee. Similar to Salandit, male combees cannot evolve.
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