Bug-type Pokémon aren't the most popular and sought-after Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. Most of them have several flaws and weak stats to begin with, making them unsuitable for hunting and training.
Scatterbug is a small moth or caterpillar, and, like other Bug Pokémon, they are a relatively new flavor. However, when trained properly and matured to its full potential, Scatterbug transforms into a powerful Pokémon that can compete well with other Pokémon, despite its weak stats and disadvantages in the beginning.
Where can you find Scatterbug in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet?
Scatterbugs are fairly straightforward to spot, but you need to be aware that they only exist in a couple of areas within the South Province, including Area One and Area Five.
- HP: 38
- Attack: 35
- Defense: 40
- Special Attack: 27
- Special Defense: 25
- Speed: 35
- Total Combat Points: 200
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Bug-type Pokémon are typically fairly inexpensive to train and evolve early on, unlike other Pokémon. Scatterbug evolves into Spewpa at level nine. You will need 25 Scatterbug Candy to evolve Scatterbug into Spewpa. You may also discover Wild Spewpa in the Southern Province if you wish to catch one.
How do you transform Spewpa into Vivillon?
Spewpa becomes Vivillon at level 12 when taught more. But instead of the Southern Province, you need to look around the East Paldean Sea and the North Province areas.
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What are the statistics of all Scatterbug evolutions?
When you see a Scatterbug out in the wild, you'll notice that Scatterbug starts with a meagre stat total of 200. There's also little growth in stats when it evolves into Spewpa.
Scatterbug should be developed to its fullest potential, which is Vivillon. This is when it almost doubles its stats and learns new deadly moves that are useful for an offense like the Quiver Dance. Speed and Special Attacks are also Vivillon's best areas.