Pokemon Scarlet Violet: Pokemon Black and White introduced the Bug/Fire-type Larvesta and Volcarona, which trainers could obtain by hatching an Egg.
The ability to capture wild Larvesta increased with each new generation of Pokemon, making it possible in Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet.
Unlike most Bug-type Pokemon, like Caterpie, Larvesta is known for having the latest evolution level of all Bug types.
Some Scarlet and Violet players may have an easier time than they would have had in previous generations leveling up and evolving Bug/Fire-type Pokemon.
Where to Find Larvesta in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet
You can find Larvesta all over the Asado Desert, which is close to Cascarrafa and Port Marinada. Players can spot these creatures crawling along the sand and perched atop the mesas.
After obtaining the final Herba Mystica with Arven, Koraidon/Miraidon will gain the ability to climb walls, allowing them to access these Larvesta. Scarlet and Violet players should aim for level 26 when searching for Larvesta.
It is recommended that trainers have two or three gym badges to help in capturing Larvesta. Larvesta, being a Bug/Fire type, is susceptible to many forms of damage.
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Use a Quick Ball on the first turn of battle or attacks that exploit its weaknesses (Ice, Bug, etc.) to wear down its health bar until it turns yellow or red. If players are at the right skill level, it shouldn’t be too challenging to catch.
Tera Raids that require three stars also have Larvesta. The Tera Typing of a Terastallized Larvesta may be distinct from its Bug Typing and Secondary Typing (Fire).
If this is a problem, Scarlet and Violet‘s trainers should stick to capturing Larvestas in the Asado Desert. Remember that, for the low price of 50 Tera Shards, you can change your Pokemon’s Tera Type at the Treasure Eatery in Medali.
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How to Evolve Larvesta into Volcarona
The transition from Larvesta to Volcarona is the next level of evolution. At level 59, Larvesta will undergo an evolution. For rapid leveling, Exp. Candies, especially Exp. Candy L or Exp. Candy M is the best bet. Those who are successful in 4-Star Tera Raids can farm these.
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