If you didn’t get Piplup as a starter, a Budew is essential to beat Hall Manager Roark. But is it worth keeping Budew afterwards? The answer is yes.
The good news is that there is no minimum development level for Budew. Instead, you must ensure that you have a high level of friendship with Budew and only try to develop it during the day.
You can find and catch Budew in West Lake Axewell with a 5% chance in cloudy weather. Budew’s Max IV Stats are 40 HP, 30 Attack, 50 SP Attack, 35 Defense, 70 SP Defense, and 55 Speed.
Budew (Japanese: スボミー Subomie) is a dual-type Grass/Poisonous Baby Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. It evolves into Roselia when leveled with high Amity during the day, which evolves into Roserade when exposed to a Shiny Stone.
Roselia was – and still is – not good at combat other than on a normal playthrough. Its base 100 Special Attack could take out Pokemon well, but its base 65 Speed makes it pretty slow, and its Defense isn’t all that great either, especially considering its HP is pretty terrible.
Roselia (Japanese: ロゼリア Roselia) is a dual-type Grass/Poisonous-type Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It evolves from Budew when leveled up with high Amity during the day, and evolves into Roserade when exposed to a Shining Stone.
With Razor Leaf + Grass Knot, Roserade is one of the best weed specialists. Roserade is an Elite Poison Attacker with Poison Jab + Sludge Bomb. Bullet Seed is a downgrade in PvE attack. Solar Beam and Leaf Storm are directly inferior to Grass Knot, a fantastic Grass-type attack.
Budew does not evolve by simply leveling it up. Instead, you must: Increase Budew’s friendship (two hearts in the Poketch Friendship Checker app) Level up during the day.
In order to evolve your Budew into a Roselia in both Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Pokémon Shining Pearl, players must first raise Budew’s friendship level to 2 hearts. After that, all you have to do is level them up during the day, which will automatically evolve them into a Roselia.
What’s your favorite Roserade nickname? Funny nicknames like Stemingway and TinyDancer are interesting references, while creative names like Nightshade and Oleander tend to play off Roserade’s poisonous abilities, while original nicknames like Thorn and Spore are also good choices.
They have an awesome special attack and with the added speed boost Roselia and Roserade can be a dangerous special sweep. The combination of their high Special Attack and utility make these Pokémon a great addition to any team.
Budew must have a high friendship level to evolve into Roselia. In addition, for this evolution to happen in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, it must level up during the day. You can use the Friendship Checker app on your Poketch at any time to see your progress.
Roserade is one of the most powerful Grass-type Pokémon a trainer can get in Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl. Not only is it a powerful grass-type, but it also has secondary typing. Poison typing increases the damage Roserade can do to opposing Pokémon in battle.
While Roserade is typically considered a Toxic Spikes user, it can also be used as an exceptionally offensive Pokemon. It has access to two powerful STAB moves in Leaf Storm and Sludge Bomb, allowing it to successfully perform either a Life Orb or a Choice Scarf set.
In Pokemon Sword and Shield, you need to make sure your Budew has 220 Happiness and is leveling up throughout the day.
Once players have successfully caught a Roselia in the wild or have evolved their Budew into Roselia, they need a Shiny Stone to evolve it into Roserade. One of the easier in-game methods to find this evolutionary item is to find one from Tumblestone Ores in Pokémon Legends: Arceus.
Turn the bud into a flower! Budew is a Grass and Poison type Pokemon that is pretty easy to get after a few hours of playing Pokemon Legends: Arceus and can evolve into Roselia and then Roserade.