How do you evolve a Pokémon past its evolution?
A Pokémon that meets its level-up evolution requirements will always attempt to evolve when it is leveled up in battle or by using a Rare Candy, regardless of whether it had previously been prevented from evolving. If a Pokémon levels up in battle, it will not evolve until the battle is over.
Why would you stop a Pokémon from evolving?
The only reason you would want to stop your Pokémon from evolving is if it learns a move that its evolution doesn’t learn (for example, Growlithe learns Flare Blitz but Arcanine doesn’t, so you may not want to use a Fire Stone on it right when you acquire one).
Can you still evolve a level 100 Pokémon?
When a Pokémon has reached level 100, it cannot gain any more experience or level up. Due to this, previous to Generation VIII, level 100 Pokémon cannot evolve in any way which requires leveling up. From Generation VIII onwards, using a Rare Candy on a level 100 Pokémon is able to trigger these types of evolutions.
What happens if you don’t let a Pokémon evolve?
One benefit of delaying evolution is that unevolved Pokémon often learn powerful attacks earlier than their subsequent evolutions. Some evolved Pokémon also lose the ability to learn certain attacks. See our Pokédex for information on the Levels at which Pokémon learn their attacks.
Can a level 100 Eevee evolve?
It is simple. Eevee can’t evolve into Glaceon at level 100. It needs to be level 99 and below in order to do this.
Should I stop Charmander from evolving?
However, if you keep your Charmander from evolving, it will learn the move Flamethrower at level 31! In the long run however, in the long run I suggest that you do not keep your Pokemon from evolving because they are generally stronger when they evolve.
Is it worth not evolving Pokemon?
This is not to say that you should never evolve your Pokémon, as the majority of final evolutions are still worth the hassle. There are some Pokémon who gain incredible new abilities and stat boosts from evolution, to the point where you would be foolish to keep them in their earlier forms.
Should you hold off on evolving Pokemon?
Advantages of Stopping Evolution
The advantage of stopping an evolution is that Pokemon can learn moves at a lower level than when evolved. After evolving, Pokemon will often learn the same move at a higher level, or in some cases, they will lose the potential to learn the move at all.