How to get Froakie, Fennekin, and Chespin in Pokemon SV

Published Categorized as Games, Pokemon Scarlet and Violet
Pokemon SV Froakie Fennekin Chespin

Pokemon SV Froakie Fennekin Chespin

According to leaks, you can catch Froakie, Fennekin, and Chespin early on in Pokemon SV. Here’s how to go about it.

How to get Froakie, Fennekin, and Chespin in Pokemon SV

While Game Freak has yet to confirm these adorable starters, recent leaks indicate you’ll be able to add them to your roster soon.

These Pokemon are likely to be caught in the wild, as they will likely roam around grassy areas, ready to battle your trainer. As a result, the catching process should be the same as most Pokemon players are used to.

Raids are the only other possible way to obtain Froakie, Fennekin, and Chespin. The Raid Boss Pokémon returns in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, following the success of Pokemon Sword and Shield. As a result, these Pokemon may appear as one-star bosses to ease you into the mechanic.

Charizard appears in the game’s first Black Crystal tera raid battle event, so it’s possible that the three Kalos starters’ final evolutions will appear in future ones as well. To get Froakie, Fennekin, and Chespin, you’ll need to catch them and then breed them.

How to evolve Froakie, Fennekin, and Chespin?

  • Froakie
    • Frogadier (at level 16)
    • Greninja (at level 36)
  • Fennekin
    • Braixen (at level 16)
    • Delphox (at level 36)
  • Chespin
    • Quilladin (at level 16)
    • Chesnaught (at level 36)

Fennekin, Froakie, and Chespin are also likely to evolve. All you have to do is reach the required levels by earning XP in battles, and the evolutions listed above will appear in your roster. There is no other way to finish your Pokédex unless you trade for each evolution.

That concludes our guide of how to obtain and evolve Froakie, Fennekin, and Chespin in Pokemon SV.

About Pokémon Scarlet & Violet

Pokémon Scarlet & Violet
Developer(s) Game Freak
Director(s) Shigeru Ohmori
  • Akira Kinashi
  • Toyokazu Nonaka
  • Takanori Sowa
  • Kenji Endo
Designer(s) Hiroyuki Tani
Artist(s) Mana Ibe
Mari Shimazaki
James Turner
Writer(s) Ryota Muranaka
  • Minako Adachi
  • Junichi Masuda
  • Go Ichinose
  • Hiromitsu Maeba
  • Teruo Taniguchi
  • Hitomi Sato
  • Toby Fox[a]
Series Pokémon
Platform(s) Nintendo Switch
Release 18 November 2022
Genre(s) Role-playing
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer