Pokémon Sun and Moon contain loads of Pokémon, old and new. Along with this there naturally comes brand new ways for them to evolve. So, here are all the important evolution methods you need to know about in your playthrough of Pokémon Sun and Moon.
How to Evolve Munchlax
First off, if you grabbed the Munchlax with the Snorlium Z; it will evolve when it’s happiness is at maximum. Want to get this done quicker? A trainer on the far right of Route 3 will give you a soothe bell. Give this to Muchlax, keep it in your team and it will evolve in no time.
How to Evolve Alolan Rattata
How to Evolve Yungoos and Rockruff
Yungoos at level 20 and Rockruff at level 25 (in Pokémon Sun) will only evolve during the day.
How to Evolve Salandit
Salandit can only evolve if it is a female and reaches level 33.
How to Evolve Steenee
Steenee can only evolve if it knows the move “Stomp”.
How to Evolve Pichu
Pichu, like Munchlax, also evolves after its happiness reaches maximum. When it does, use a Thunder Stone to evolve your new Pikachu.
How to Evolve Alolan Sandshrew and Alolan Vulpix.
How to Evolve Magneton, Nosepass and Charjabug
Magneton, Nosepass and Charjabug can only evolve if they are in Vast Poni Canyon.
How to Evolve Crabrawler
Crabrawler only evolves while atop Mt. Lankila.
How to Evolve Eevee into Leafeon
Eevee can evolve into Leafeon if you level up while near the moss rock in the Lush Jungle area and Glaceon near the icy rock in Mt. Lanakila.
Hopefully, this will help you all fill out your Pokédex a little bit more by knowing how you can evolve some of the newer Pokemon in Sun and Moon, and possibly give you the means to add a new partner to your team, competitive or otherwise. Hope you continue to enjoy Pokémon Sun and Moon as much as we are and let us know if this little bit of information helped you out.