Pokemon Scarlet & Violet players have a wealth of new species to choose from. Those wanting to find Smoliv and evolve it into Dolliv and Arboliva will find everything they need to know in this guide.
Pokemon Scarlet & Violet fans have their work cut out for them as they travel through Gen 9’s Paldea region. Both new and returning species speckle the landscapes of the vast, open-world game, offering a slew of potential teammates to capture and train up.
Those looking for a strong Grass-type will likely be interested in the new species Smoliv. Seen early in the game’s trailers and teaser updates, the Grass/Normal-type is known for its anxious expression and endearing little body that is shaped like an olive bud.
In the guide below, fans will find everything they need to know about Smoliv’s locations and evolutions.
Pokemon trainers on the hunt for the adorable olive Pokemon will find Smoliv South Province (Area Two).
Pokemon trainers looking for Dolliv can find it in several small areas around Paldea. The locations include:
Pokemon fans who have captured a Smoliv will see it evolve at level 25.
Dolliv looks very different from the timid Smoliv, with an appearance that resembles Ralts. It sports two green olives as hair pieces on its head, and a soft swirl of leaves as a tiny skirt. Longer leaves make up a pair of arm-like structures that it can use as hands.
Pokemon Scarlet & Violet players will see their Dolliv evolve into Arboliva at level 35.
The Third Stage evolution now looks like a cross between a doll and a tree. Its arms spread wide like tree branches, which are heavy with mature black olives. Its feet have also matured into a brown trunk that it uses to balance.
And that’s it! Those looking to find out more about Pokemon Scarlet & Violet can check out our other guides below:
All new Pokemon in Scarlet & Violet | Starter Pokemon details | Scarlet & Violet Pokedex | What is Pokemon Scarlet & Violet’s region? | Everything we know about Scarlet & Violet so far | What is Terastallizing? | All Paldean forms | All new characters
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