Dreepy evolution – how to get Drakloak and Dragapult

Dreepy’s evolution into Drakloak who then ascends into Dragapult is a formidable evolution line, and we’re here to tell you how to get to the top of the chain.

Dreepy evolution - Dreepy just chilling in front of a map of Paldea

The Dreepy evolution line is honestly one of the best in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, but you have to put in some serious work. As a dragon- and ghost-type hybrid, these ‘mon can cause hefty damage, so it’s only natural that you have to hit some pretty high levels before you progress up the chain.

Still, before we tell you how to evolve Dreepy and, subsequently, how to evolve Drakloak, you might want to know more about Rockruff’s evolution, Applin’s evolution, Salandit’s evolution, and Rellor’s evolution. Or, if you prefer, we can tell you how to evolve Pawmo, how to evolve Primeape, how to evolve Finizen, and how to evolve Sneasel.

Anyway, allow us to tell you all you need to know about Dreepy’s evolution.

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How do I evolve Dreepy?

To evolve Dreepy, you need to get it to level 50. Yes, it’s that simple. No steps or stones are involved. Though, having said that, reaching level 50 just to evolve a stage one Pokémon might seem a bit excessive.

How do I evolve Drakloak?

Once you get Drakloak at level 50, you then need to reach level 60 to evolve into Dragapult. Again, it’s on the higher side for a second-stage evolution, though some do require you to get into the 40s and 50s.

Where can I find Dreepy in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet?

You can find Dreepy in numerous places: the South Province, the Glaseado Mountains, and the rivers in the East Province.

There you have it, how to evolve Dreepy and how to evolve Drakloak. If you want to know how to beat this evolution line, our dragon Pokémon weakness and ghost Pokémon weakness guides.