Hitmonchan and Hitmonlee have a new sibling in Pokémon Go Gen 2. While it's not named after a famous martial art star like Bruce Lee or Jackie Chan, Hitmontop can still fight with the best of them. And while you can catch it in the wild now, you can also evolve it from the new base-form all Hitmon now share — Tyrogue.
So, how does Tyrogue evolution work?
How do you evolve Tyrogue into Hitmontop?
Hitmonchan and Hitmonlee from Gen 1 have a new base form in Pokémon Go Gen 2. It's named Tyrogue and, if you had Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan before, their Candy has now been merged into a combined Tyrogue Candy. Catch or hatch Tyrogue and have 25 of those Candy, and you can evolve into Hitmontop... or Hitmonlee or Hitmonchan.
Yeah, it's a split evolution and it's complicated. Well, it's not as complicated as evolving Eevee in Umbreon or Espeon but it does have a difficulty level all it's own: It totally depends on the stats of the Tyrogue you want to evolve. Whichever stat is highest determines the Hitmon you get:
- Hitmonlee when Attack is the highest stat.
- Himonchan when Defense is the highest stat.
- Hitmontops when HP is the highest stat.
If two or even all three stats are equally high, sadly, it becomes random.
Your Tyrogue to Hitmontop results?
Before you evolve, evaluate your Tyrogue. If HP is the stat that gets called out, you should be good to go for a Hitmontop. But, like any good theory, it's only as solid as its last set of tests. So, if you get a Tyrogue and you evolve, let me know what you get!
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