Tarountula Stats

Tarountula highest IV stat is Def (45) and the lowest being Speed (20).

Rank Value Stat
F
35
HP
F
41
Atk
F
45
Def
F
29
Sp.Atk
F
40
Sp.Def
F
20
Speed
F
210
Total

Tarountula Guide

Tarountula has a 1 Defense EV Yield, which means the best nature to have with Tarountula is a Relaxed nature due to the highest IV stat being Defense.

Tarountula Detail
Wild Held ItemNone
Wild Material Drops
Best Nature
Relaxed
+10% Defense
-10% Speed
Weak To
2x
2x
2x
Resistance To
1/2
1/2
1/2
Catch Rate255
EV Yield1 Defense

How To Evolve Tarountula in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet

Tarountula Regular Evolution requires Level 15 to evolve into Spidops.

    Tarountula Regular Evolution
  1. New
    #012
    Tarountula
  2. Evolves at level 15
  3. New
    #013
    Spidops

The Tarountula Regular Evolution biggest stat increase will be the Def stat.

Evolutions Total HP Atk Def Sp.Atk Sp.Def Speed
Tarountula
210
35
41
45
29
40
20
Stat Increase
+194
+25
+38
+47
+23
+46
+15
Spidops
404
60
79
92
52
86
35
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Where To Find Tarountula Locations in Pokemon SV

Tarountula has 2 spawn locations in pokemon scarlet and violet. You can find the evolved form Spidops appearing at level 20 - 55, within the South Province (Area One), The Pokemon League, South Province (Area Five), West Province (Area Two), West Province (Area Three), Tagtree Thicket, East Province (Area One), East Province (Area Two), Casseroya Lake, North Province (Area Two) location.

Tarountula Locations

Location How To Catch Pokemon Spawns
Very Common
70%
Grass (50%) Biome
Forest (50%) Biome
Tarountula
Lv. 2 - 18
Common
40%
Forest (30%) Biome
Bamboo (30%) Biome
Spidops
Lv. 20 - 55

Pokemon SV Tarountula Weakness

Tarountula is a Bug Type pokemon. This will cause Tarountula to take More Damage from Flying, Rock, Fire type moves, and Less Damage from Fighting, Ground, Grass type moves.

Tarountula Type Weakness Chart
Damage Taken Types
+400%
Damage From
+200%
Damage From
Flying
2x
Rock
2x
Fire
2x
-50%
Less Damage From
Fighting
1/2
Ground
1/2
Grass
1/2
-75%
Less Damage From
Immune
to Damage From

What pokemon is Tarountula Weak Against?
Increased Damage
Tier Pokemon Damage Taken Based on Move Type
S
+200%
S
+200%
S
+200%
S
+200%
S
+200%
S
+200%
S
+200%
S
+200%

What pokemon is Tarountula Resistant Against?
Reduced Damage
Tier Pokemon Damage Taken Based on Move Type
S
-50%
S
-50%
S
-50%
S
-50%
S
-50%
S
-50%
S
-50%
S
-50%
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Best Moves for Tarountula in Scarlet and Violet

Tarountula Best Moves to use when choosing a Moveset, includes leveling moves such as Struggle Bug and TM Moves like X-Scissor, and Body Slam.

Unlock Move Description
Bug Buzz
Bug
Tier:
C Tier
Power:
90
Acc:
100
PP:
10
Special
Effect:
The user vibrates to generate a damaging sound wave. This may also lower the target's Sp. Def stat.
Leech Life
Bug
Tier:
C Tier
Power:
80
Acc:
100
PP:
10
Physical
Effect:
The user drains the target's blood. The user's HP is restored by up to half the damage taken by the target.
X-Scissor
Bug
Tier:
C Tier
Power:
80
Acc:
100
PP:
15
Physical
Effect:
The user slashes at the target by crossing its scythes, claws, or the like as if they were a pair of scissors.
Egg
First Impression
Bug
Tier:
C Tier
Power:
90
Acc:
100
PP:
10
Physical
Effect:
Although this move has great power, it works only on the first turn each time the user enters battle.
Egg
Lunge
Bug
Tier:
C Tier
Power:
80
Acc:
100
PP:
15
Physical
Effect:
The user makes a lunge at the target, attacking with full force. This also lowers the target's Attack stat.

List of Tarountula Moves in

Tarountula can learn 13 Moves from Leveling Up and 23 TM Moves. Moves like Throat Chop which, Tarountula will learn by reaching level 40. You can also learn TM tutor moves such as X-Scissor, Body Slam and Facade.

Tarountula Level Up Moves

List of the 13 Moves Tarountula can learn from leveling up.

Lv Move Description
Lv.1
String Shot
Bug
Tier:
? Tier
Power:
0
Acc:
95
PP:
40
Status
Effect:
The user blows silk from its mouth that binds opposing Pokemon and harshly lowers their Speed stats.
Lv.1
Tackle
Normal
Tier:
E Tier
Power:
40
Acc:
100
PP:
35
Physical
Effect:
A physical attack in which the user charges and slams into the target with its whole body.
Lv.5
Struggle Bug
Bug
Tier:
D Tier
Power:
50
Acc:
100
PP:
20
Special
Effect:
The user attacks by struggling against opposing Pokemon. This also lowers their Sp. Atk stats.
Lv.8
Assurance
Dark
Tier:
E Tier
Power:
60
Acc:
100
PP:
10
Physical
Effect:
This move's power is doubled if the target has already taken some damage in the same turn.
Lv.11
Feint
Normal
Tier:
E Tier
Power:
30
Acc:
100
PP:
10
Physical
Effect:
This attack can hit a target using a move such as Protect or Detect. This also lifts the effects of those moves.
Lv.14
Bug Bite
Bug
Tier:
D Tier
Power:
60
Acc:
100
PP:
20
Physical
Effect:
The user attacks by biting the target. If the target is holding a Berry, the user eats it and gains its effect.
Lv.18
Block
Normal
Tier:
F Tier
Power:
0
Acc:
101
PP:
5
Status
Effect:
The user blocks the target's way with arms spread wide to prevent the target from fleeing.
Lv.22
Counter
Fighting
Tier:
F Tier
Power:
1
Acc:
100
PP:
20
Physical
Effect:
A retaliatory attack that counters any physical move, inflicting double the damage taken.
Lv.25
Headbutt
Normal
Tier:
D Tier
Power:
70
Acc:
100
PP:
15
Physical
Effect:
The user sticks out its head and attacks by charging straight into the target. This may also make the target flinch.
Lv.29
Sticky Web
Bug
Tier:
? Tier
Power:
0
Acc:
101
PP:
20
Status
Effect:
The user weaves a sticky net around the opposing team, which lowers their Speed stats upon switching into battle.
Lv.33
Gastro Acid
Poison
Tier:
F Tier
Power:
0
Acc:
100
PP:
10
Status
Effect:
The user hurls up its stomach acids on the target. The fluid eliminates the effect of the target's Ability.
Lv.36
Circle Throw
Fighting
Tier:
E Tier
Power:
60
Acc:
90
PP:
10
Physical
Effect:
The target is thrown, and a different Pokemon is dragged out. In the wild, this ends a battle against a single Pokemon.
Lv.40
Throat Chop
Dark
Tier:
D Tier
Power:
80
Acc:
100
PP:
15
Physical
Effect:
The user attacks the target's throat, and the resultant suffering prevents the target from using sound-based moves for two turns.