Pokémon Scarlet and Violet are here and there and many of you are wondering about the many species that hang around the huge map of Paldea. Going on a quest to complete its Pokédex, you will have to recover more than 400 species thanks to your precious Poké Balls. On this sheet we will see a species already well known to players, since it is the little Axoloto, ground and poison type Pokémon.
Introducing Wooper and where to find it
In his Paldea form, Wooper has completely changed color and face : from a gray blue, he goes to brown and his needle-shaped "ears" now look like bones.
- Paldea's Pokédex Number : 53
- National Pokédex number : 194
- Type : Poison and Soil
You will be able to find your first Wooper very quickly in the game, since they hang around in South Zone No. 1, South Zone No. 4, South Zone No. 5, lake biomes, swamp biomes and are also available in 1 star teracrystal raids.
How to evolve Wooper?
Wooper evolves into Clodsire at level 20 quite simply. Take him on your team so he can gain experience points and evolve on his own.
Wooper shiny: what does it look like?
It is very important to know what the Shiny forms of the Pokémon look like in these versions since no clues will be left on the screen: no little stars or shrill sound warning you like in Pokémon Legends Arceus. Of course, the color difference will probably jump out at you, but it's sometimes tricky in the case of Pokémon with light (hello Pikachu) or unknown chromatic forms.
- Instead of being brown, Wooper shiny is gray in color.
The chance of finding a shiny is 1/4096 in the game. You can optimize this chance with the Chroma Charm (which is obtained once the entire Pokédex is completed) or the Taste Auras of the dishes you eat.
If you are looking for the location of items or specific creatures like Eevee or Théffroi in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, you can use an interactive map. It also allows you to indicate the position of upgrades and other useful objects in the game.