Gible, Gabite, and Garchomp first appeared in Pokemon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum. They have since appeared in every game since their release, and are now in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. This guide will explain how to evolve Gible and Gabite.

This particular trio of Pokemon are very strong Dragon Ground dual-types. They have powerful attacks, with high HP.

To evolve Gible and Gabite into the fabled Garchomp is very easy to do.

Let’s get into the guide on how to evolve Gible and Gabite in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

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How To Evolve Gible

To evolve the adorable land shark Pokemon Gible, all you have to do is level Gible up to level 24. You can do this in a number of ways, depending on your preference. For example, you can use rare candies and XP candies that you have looted from the Overworld or earned in Tera Raids, should you have them to hand.

If you prefer to battle, you can do the traditional Pokemon battles and get chunks of XP that way. You can also use the newest method where you send Gible out to auto-battle. Make sure to keep an eye on their health and don’t stray too far from your Pokemon! This doesn’t grant as much XP as traditional battling but is still a viable method.

Once Gible is level 24, they will evolve into Gabite.

If you don’t want to expend any energy evolving Gible, you can find Gabite in a variety of locations around Paldea.

Below is a map of every location that it spawns:

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How To Evolve Gabite

Equally, evolving Gabite is super simple. You have to get them to level 48 for them to evolve into Garchomp. As stated above, you have three ways you can do this. Candies, or using two of the battling forms, depending on which you prefer.

Once you have gotten Gabite to level 48, they will then evolve into their final evolution, Garchomp.

There you have it. That’s how you evolve Gible and Gabite, and now you have a very powerful Dragon Ground-type Pokemon. Happy Pokemon hunting!

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