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Spewpa is the evolved form of Scatterbug and the pre-evolved form of Vivillon. It was first introduced in Generation VI.

Biology

Physiology

Spewpa has a small cotton on its body, which can emit sprinkles.

Abilities

Spewpa gains a stiff carapace once it evolves from Scatterbug, so less forceful attacks will hardly make a scratch.

Behavior

Evolution

Spewpa evolves from a Scatterbug at level 9 and it evolves into Vivillon at level 12.

Game data

Game locations

Locations
Version(s) Area(s) Rarity
X and Y Evolve Scatterbug None


Pokedex Entries

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Learnset

LevelingGeneration VI
Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type Category Contest Category Appeal Jam
1 Harden - -% 30 Normal Status
9 Protect - -% 10 Normal Status
Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

3D Models

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Trivia

  • Spewpa is the first cocoon Pokémon that is retains the same height as its pre-evolution, Scatterbug.
  • Spewpa, along with its revolutionary relatives, are the only Bug-Type Pokémons introduced in Generation VI.
  • Spewpa is the first pupa/cocoon type Pokémon in the recurring theme of "caterpillar, pupa then butterfly/moth" (like Metapod and Silcoon) Pokémon that took the least number of levels to became its final form (Vivillon), having only needing 3 level-ups (level 9 to 12) instead of 4 (level 6 to 10).
    • Spewpa is the first of the cocoon theme to be able to learn Protect instead of solely Harden if caught in the wild.
    • Despite having a similar theme, Spewpa may actually look more like a bagworm, a type of caterpillar which undergoes a non-sessile pupal stage. Simply put, Spewpa looks like a fully mobile pupa which still can proceed to its imago stage.

Etymology

Spewpa is most likely derived from the word "spew" and "pupa". The "spew" references the "spewing" of insects, and "pupa" because it is in a shell-like form, as well as being evolved from Scatterbug and the pre-evolution of Vivillon.

Gallery

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