Toxel Evolution Guide: Stats, Moves, Type, And Location

Toxel Evolution Guide: Stats, Moves, Type, And Location

Toxel, otherwise known as “Baby Pokémon,” is a well-balanced Pokémon with a specific strategy when it comes to evolving this creature. In this article, CheatCC will teach its readers all there is to know about the base statistics, moves, and locations where Toxel can be found in the Pokémon franchise.

“It stores poison in an internal poison sac and secretes that poison through its skin. If you touch this Pokémon, a tingling sensation follows.”

– Pokedex Entry #0848

Base Statistics

  • HP: 40
  • Attack: 38
  • Defense: 35
  • Special Attack: 54
  • Special Defense: 35
  • Speed: 40

Remember, Toxel, otherwise known as “Baby Pokémon,” is a well-balanced Pokémon when it comes to statistics. Toxel is resistant to a variety of attacks. They are resistant to Fighting, Flying, Poison, Bug, Steel, Grass, Electric and Fairy-type moves. While they are only weak to Ground and Psychic Pokémon , they are normally damaged by Rock, Normal, Ghost, Fire, Water, Ice, Dragon and Dark attacks. As of the publication of this article, Toxel does not have a specific immunity against a particular type of Pokémon, but they are very well-rounded in terms of statistics.  

List of Moves

Moves Learnt by Leveling Up

The following is a list of moves that Toxel can learn by leveling up. They are eligible to learn moves that are either Poison, Normal, Electric and (or) Physical-type.

  • Acid (Poison and Special)
  • Belch (Poison and Special)
  • Flail (Normal and Physical)
  • Growl (Normal)
  • Nuzzle (Electric and Physical)
  • Tearful Look (Normal)

Moves Learned as an Egg

Through breeding and as an egg, Toxels can learn two moves: one is a Normal-type, while the other is a Steel-type move.

  • Endeavour (Normal and Physical)
  • Metal Sound (Steel)

Moves Learned By Breeding

  • Endeavour (Normal and Physical)
  • Metal Sound (Steel)

Moves Toxel Learns via Teaching

Toxels are able to learn a variety of moves from their trainers. Most of these moves are from several different types including Fairy, Normal, Physical and Psychic-type movesets.

  • Charm (Fairy)
  • Protect (Normal)
  • Facade (Normal and Physical)
  • Endure (Normal)
  • Sleep Talk (Normal)
  • Rest (Psychic)
  • Substitute (Normal)
  • Encore (Normal)
  • Tera Blast (Normal and Special)

Where to Find Toxel

It is worth noting that at the time of this writing, Toxel can not be found in any title prior to Generation VIII. The Baby Pokemon can be found in a variety of places in Generation VIII and onwards, however. Some of th eplaces that Toxels can be found are the following:

  • In Pokémon Sword and Shield, Toxel can be found in Pokémon Nursery located within Route 5.
  • In the same game, Toxels can be encountered in the nurseries that are inside Route 7.
  • Hammerlocke Hills is a location known for housing Toxels.
  • Giant’s Cap is another location where players have reported finding Toxel specimens.
  • Stony Wilderness is another biome that is the home of the Baby Pokémon . It is worth noting that during a Thunderstorm, at 40%, Stony Wilderness is the location with the highest possibility of Toxels spawning. Make sure to check the weather forecast to find Toxels in the Stony Wilderness!
  • Bridge Field has been another location where Pokémon trainers have reported Toxel sightings. If you do not find a Toxel, do not worry, as they have one of the lowest chances of spawning at only 5% in Bridge Field, specifically during the Normal Weather or when there is Thunder.
  • Motostoke Riverbank is a body of water that is also home to these Electric-type creatures.
  • East Lake Axewell’s known for its Toxel population, and is regarded by players as a place where the Toxels can easily be found.
  • North Lake Miloch is yet another body of water known for hosting the population of Toxels.
  • In Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, Pokémon trainers have reported seeing Toxels inhabit Area One, Area Two, Area Four and Area Six of the South Province.
  • Toxels can be obtained in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet by going into the Terra Raid Battles.

How to Evolve Toxel

Pokémon trainers must remember that Mints do not affect the evolution of a Toxel. Toxel, an Electric and Poison type can evolve into two possibilities. One of them is Toxtricity, also known as the Amped Form, which is also an Electric and Poison Pokémon. The Amped Form is described by the player base with the following adjectives: “Hardy, Brave, Adamant, Naughty, Docile, Impish, Lax,
Hasty, Jolly, Naive, Rash, Sassy, or Quirky.”

Toxtricity, the Low Key Form, has a different personality. Again, it is worth noting that the Mints will not affect whether the evolution will be the Low Key Form or the Amped Form. The Low Key Form is described as, ” Lonely, Bold, Relaxed, Timid, Serious, Modest, Mild, Quiet, Bashful, Calm, Gentle, or Careful.”

That’s all the information we have regarding how to evolve Toxel, we hope you enjoy reading this article.

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