Since the advent of Pokémon Go, a significant proportion of trainers have been leveraging tools such as the Pokémon Go Evolution Calculator. Also referred to as the CP or Evolve calculator, this handy device assists players in making strategic decisions within the game, primarily by determining the Combat Power (CP) each Pokémon will achieve post-evolution.

Upon evaluating numerous data points and spreadsheets (1, 2, 3, 4), we’ve engineered an exceptionally speedy and user-friendly Pokémon Go Evolution CP Calculator. Located conveniently at the top of this page, the calculator comes with a succinct user guide. Additionally, you will find a table displaying Minimum, Maximum, and Average CP Multipliers, as well as the quantity of Candies required for evolution.

**Pokémon Go Evolution CP Calculator**

## Pokémon Go Evolution CP Calculator

**Navigating the Pokémon Go Evolution Calculator**

While we’ve designed our Pokémon Go Evolution Calculator to be as intuitive as possible, we’re also committed to providing clear instructions for its use. Here’s a brief walkthrough:

- Select the desired Pokémon from the dropdown menu.
- Enter the current Combat Power (CP).
- Click on the ‘Evolve’ button to display the results.

**How does the Pokémon Go evolution calculator work?**

The Pokémon Go Evolution Calculator operates on a straightforward principle: you begin by selecting the Pokémon you intend to evolve, input the Pokémon’s current CP, and then hit ‘Evolve.’ Following this, the calculator displays the evolved form of the Pokémon, complete with the minimum, average, and maximum CP for that particular evolution. But why is all this information crucial?

Primarily, this tool helps you make informed decisions on whether it’s beneficial to evolve your current Pokémon or hold out for a better CP equivalent. This strategy allows you to conserve precious Pokémon candies – items you’ve likely spent significant time gathering – for stronger evolutions, consequently resulting in more powerful Pokémon that can secure victories in Pokégyms with ease.

Moreover, it’s critical to concentrate your evolution efforts on your most robust Pokémon. Avoid squandering candies on Pokémon Go evolutions that will result in a weaker final form compared to your top battling Pokémon. This is crucial as you may stumble upon a stronger Pokémon the next day, and you would have prematurely expended the 25 or 50 candies necessary for evolution. Hence, the Pokémon Evolution Calculator becomes an invaluable tool, enabling you to anticipate the final CP of your prospective evolved Pokémon and assess if it’s worthwhile to use the Pokémon candies.

To illustrate, let’s take an Eevee evolution as an example. Suppose your Eevee has a CP of 600. By utilizing the PokEvolver’s Pokémon Go Evolution Calculator, we obtain the following results:

Post-evolution, Eevee can transform into one of three different Pokémon: Vaporeon, Jolteon, and Flareon. Out of the trio, Vaporeon emerges as the most formidable, while Jolteon trails as the least powerful. The average CP for Vaporeon stands at 1611, Jolteon at 1230, and Flareon at 1488. With some luck, you might end up with a Vaporeon, with its potency also contingent on its move set. For many Pokémon Go players, owning a formidable Vaporeon is a much-coveted achievement.

**A Closer Look at the CP Multiplier Table**

Eager to ascertain the precise quantity of Candies needed for your Pokémon’s evolution? Or perhaps you’re interested in understanding the specific Combat Power (CP) multiplier per evolution? This information, along with the Minimum, Maximum, and Average CP Multipliers, can be found neatly organized in the table below.

No. | Pokémon | Candies Needed | Min CP Multiplier | Max CP Multiplier | Avg CP Multiplier |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

1 | Bulbasaur | 25 | 1.53x | 1.58x | 1.555x |

2 | Ivysaur | 100 | 1.2x | 1.61x | 1.405x |

4 | Charmander | 25 | 1.64x | 1.7x | 1.67x |

5 | Charmeleon | 100 | 1.71x | 1.73x | 1.72x |

7 | Squirtle | 25 | 1.63x | 1.66x | 1.645x |

8 | Wartortle | 100 | 1.4x | 1.65x | 1.525x |

10 | Caterpie | 12 | 1.04x | 1.08x | 1.06x |

11 | Metapod | 50 | 3.52x | 3.79x | 3.655x |

13 | Weedle | 12 | 1.06x | 1.1x | 1.08x |

14 | Kakuna | 50 | 3.3x | 3.42x | 3.36x |

16 | Pidgey | 12 | 1.82x | 1.95x | 1.885x |

17 | Pidgeotto | 50 | 1.73x | 1.78x | 1.755x |

19 | Rattata | 25 | 2.61x | 2.73x | 2.67x |

21 | Spearow | 50 | 2.58x | 2.81x | 2.695x |

23 | Ekans | 50 | 2.2x | 2.33x | 2.265x |

25 | Pikachu | 50 | 2.33x | 2.38x | 2.355x |

27 | Sandshrew | 50 | 2.35x | 2.76x | 2.555x |

29 | Nidoran | 25 | 1.62x | 1.66x | 1.64x |

30 | Nidorina | 100 | 1.8x | 2.04x | 1.92x |

32 | Nidoran | 25 | 1.65x | 1.7x | 1.675x |

33 | Nidorino | 100 | 1.64x | 1.86x | 1.75x |

35 | Clefairy | 50 | 2.02x | 2.2x | 2.11x |

37 | Vulpix | 50 | 2.68x | 2.74x | 2.71x |

39 | Jigglypuff | 50 | 2.41x | 2.47x | 2.44x |

41 | Zubat | 50 | 2.9x | 3.33x | 3.115x |

43 | Oddish | 25 | 1.48x | 1.51x | 1.495x |

44 | Gloom | 100 | 1.48x | 1.53x | 1.505x |

46 | Paras | 50 | 1.92x | 2.02x | 1.97x |

48 | Venonat | 50 | 1.85x | 1.9x | 1.875x |

50 | Diglett | 50 | 2.68x | 2.77x | 2.725x |

52 | Meowth | 50 | 1.98x | 2.24x | 2.11x |

54 | Psyduck | 50 | 2.22x | 2.29x | 2.255x |

56 | Mankey | 50 | 2.15x | 2.28x | 2.215x |

58 | Growlithe | 50 | 2.25x | 2.36x | 2.305x |

60 | Poliwag | 25 | 1.72x | 1.89x | 1.805x |

61 | Poliwhirl | 100 | 1.9x | 1.96x | 1.93x |

63 | Abra | 25 | 1.36x | 2x | 1.68x |

64 | Kadabra | 100 | 1.41x | 1.65x | 1.53x |

66 | Machop | 25 | 1.62x | 1.67x | 1.645x |

67 | Machoke | 100 | 1.48x | 1.7x | 1.59x |

69 | Bellsprout | 25 | 1.54x | 1.6x | 1.57x |

70 | Weepinbell | 100 | 1.47x | 1.52x | 1.495x |

72 | Tentacool | 50 | 2.47x | 2.6x | 2.535x |

74 | Geodude | 25 | 1.71x | 1.76x | 1.735x |

75 | Graveler | 100 | 1.63x | 1.72x | 1.675x |

77 | Ponyta | 50 | 1.47x | 1.6x | 1.535x |

79 | Slowpoke | 50 | 2.19x | 2.21x | 2.2x |

81 | Magnemite | 50 | 2.16x | 2.2x | 2.18x |

84 | Doduo | 50 | 2.11x | 2.24x | 2.175x |

86 | Seel | 50 | 1.96x | 2.03x | 1.995x |

88 | Grimer | 50 | 2.03x | 2.17x | 2.1x |

90 | Shellder | 50 | 2.62x | 2.65x | 2.635x |

92 | Gastly | 25 | 1.75x | 1.83x | 1.79x |

93 | Haunter | 100 | 1.53x | 1.8x | 1.665x |

96 | Drowzee | 50 | 2.05x | 2.11x | 2.08x |

98 | Krabby | 50 | 2.35x | 2.4x | 2.375x |

100 | Voltorb | 50 | 2.01x | 2.03x | 2.02x |

102 | Exeggcute | 50 | 2.7x | 3.18x | 2.94x |

104 | Cubone | 50 | 1.65x | 1.67x | 1.66x |

109 | Koffing | 50 | 1.95x | 2.1x | 2.025x |

111 | Rhyhorn | 50 | 1.9x | 1.91x | 1.905x |

116 | Horsea | 50 | 2.19x | 2.23x | 2.21x |

118 | Goldeen | 50 | 2.14x | 2.24x | 2.19x |

120 | Staryu | 50 | 2.35x | 2.44x | 2.395x |

129 | Magikarp | 400 | 10.1x | 11.96x | 11.03x |

134 | Vaporeon | – | 2.62x | 2.67x | 2.645x |

135 | Jolteon | – | 2.01x | 2.09x | 2.05x |

136 | Flareon | – | 2.46x | 2.64x | 2.55x |

138 | Omanyte | 50 | 1.99x | 2.12x | 2.055x |

140 | Kabuto | 50 | 1.97x | 2.37x | 2.17x |

147 | Dratini | 25 | 1.8x | 1.85x | 1.825x |

148 | Dragonair | 100 | 2.03x | 2.08x | 2.055x |

The process is as straightforward as that. If you find yourself with additional queries regarding Pokémon Evolution or CP Calculation, feel free to drop your questions in the comments section below.

**Addressing Common Inquiries**

*How many Candies are needed for each Pokémon Evolution?*

The required quantity varies depending on the specific Pokémon you’re looking to evolve. The exact number can be found in the CP Multipliers table.

*Does the player’s level impact the Combat Power (CP) multipliers?*

The player’s level in Pokémon Go does not influence the CP multipliers.

*Do a Pokémon’s weight or height affect the Combat Power (CP) multipliers?*

The Pokémon’s weight or height does not influence the CP multipliers.

*Should I max out my Pokémon’s power before evolving it?*

We recommend powering up your Pokémon post-evolution.