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How to Evolve Togepi

Updated on March 27, 2012

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How to Evolve Togepi?

Want to know how to evolve Togepi? Not a surprise, Togepi is one of the most popular Pokémon within the game, and has also starred in the anime where it had Misty as a trainer. When you also add in that Togekiss, the eventual evolution of Togepi, is a very powerful competitive battler, you realise just why so many people want to learn how to Togepi!

The good news that it is not hard to learn how to evolve Togepi, in fact it just involves a basic understanding of a few concepts within Pokémon. Which is far easier than something like a Tyrogue evolution, which gets very complex indeed!

Togepi Evolution Family

Togepi, Togetic and Togekiss - the Togepi evolution family!
Togepi, Togetic and Togekiss - the Togepi evolution family!

The Basics of Evolving Togepi into Togetic

The next stage of evolution for Togepi is Togetic. This is not achieved in the traditional 'evolves at level 20' or whatever that you might find with a Poochyena evolution (it evolves into Mightyena at level 20), but by another method.

The system used for this style of evolution is the 'happiness' evolution, and it is a game mechanic within Pokémon that measures how happy they would consider a Pokémon. Once Togepi reaches 220 in happiness then it evolves upon reaching the next level (done in the traditional way of gaining exp points).

How to Increase a Pokemon's Happiness

So with that in mind, we need to go about increasing the happiness of our Togepi so that it evolves into Togetic. How do we do this?

There are a number of ways, such as gaining a level, or using an item. Beware though, there are ways of lowering the happiness of a Pokémon too! Take a look at the table below for a better explanation.

How to Change Happiness in Pokémon Black and Pokemon White

Event
Change with Base Happiness < 100
Change with Base Happiness > 100 < 200
Change with Base Happiness > 200
Walking 256 Steps
+1
?
?
Lady on Castelia Street
+3
+3
+3
Using Vitamins
+5
+3
+2
Level Up
+5
+3
+2
Fainting
-1
-1
-1
Using Energy Powder / Heal Powder
-5
-5
-5
Using Energy Root
-10
-10
-10
Using Revival Herb
-15
-15
-15

What This Means for Evolving Togepi

So what does the above table mean for evolving Togepi? Put simply to get it to reach the happiness level for evolving you need to spend time with it

  • Walking with Togepi in your party
  • Battling other Pokémon so that it levels up
  • Using items on it

All of which will help to boost the happiness of Togepi so that it evolves into Togetic. It's not a complex equation when you look at it like that!

Evolving Togetic into Togekiss

so that covers how to evolve Togepi into Togetic, but what if you want to evolve Togetic into Togekiss, the final stage evolution?

That's even easier, all you need is a shiny stone. Use the shiny stone on Togetic and it will evolve into Togekiss straight away.

Where do you find a shiny stone in Pokémon Black or Pokémon White?

Good question! There are a number of places you can find a shiny stone in Pokémon Black and White

  • Buy it from Black City (Pokémon Black Only)
  • Find it on the floor on route 6 and the Dragon Spiral Tower
  • Find it in dust clouds in the various caves, Victory road etc.

Simply grab the shiny stone you need then use it to evolve Togetic into togekiss!

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      Curious. 

      5 years ago

      I just want to make sure, but it says that using Energy Powder lowers it's happiness by 5, does this also happen with Potions or no? I just want to be safe about it

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