Full Evolution Tree of Scorbunny Revealed – Pokemon Sword and Shield

Amidst the continuous stream of Pokemon leaks, we’ve found another interesting information today. The full evolution tree of one of the starter Pokemons has been released earlier today.

The full evolution tree of Scorbunny, the fire-type starter Pokemon in Sword and Shield, has recently surfaced online. If you’ve been able to read our previous articles, a blurry picture of this Pokemon’s final evolution has already been leaked a few days ago. However, just earlier today, its intermediate evolution, including a much clearer picture of its final evolution, have been finally available for us to see.

So first of all, this is our beloved Scorbunny. I know all of us have been able to see this cute and energetic little bunny for quite some time now. I know most of us are curious of what its evolution forms would look like. Make sure to scroll down only if you’re ready to be spoiled with this Pokemon’s possible evolution forms.

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Intermediate Evolution

“Raboot” is the name of this Pokemon’s intermediate evolution. I don’t know why, but this Pokemon looks like some kind of a ninja to me. Since both its pre-evolution and final evolution are pure-fire types, it may be safe to assume that this Pokemon would be a pure fire as well.

raboot pokemon sword and shield

Final Evolution of Scorbunny

The final evolution of Scorbunny is named “Cinderace”. I guess most of us knows it by now as it’s been all over the internet for quite some time. Compared to the final evolutions of the other starter Pokemons, I think Scorbunny’s is the one with the best design. Well of course that is if these leaks are real. I guess we’ll find out once the games are officially released :).

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Cinderace

Pokémon Sword and Shield will come out exclusively for Nintendo Switch on November 15. Both games will include a new set of Pokémon and lots of added features. The game’s file size is approximately 9.5 GB according to Nintendo’s website. So if you’re going digital, make sure to free up some space on your Nintendo Switch. If you prefer having a physical copy though, you can purchase them below:

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