Temtem is the latest game to take the world by storm, and introduces a more complex monster combat game than other Pokémon role-playing games. A massively multiplayer online (MMO) inspired by the creature-collection craze that Pokémon started, players capture, train, and battle with a variety of monsters, most of which can evolve into better, stronger versions of themselves.
As players begin to head out and hunt down their favorite Temtem, we've compiled a list of them all, complete with their evolutionary tree (as of now) for those looking to get started.
Note: Temtem is currently still in early access, meaning these designs/evolutions are subject to change. Not all Temtem have been found yet, either, so some of the evolutionary lines may not be completed.
All Temtem and their evolutions
Oree goes from a tiny, android-like Temtem to a much larger one, but remain as friendly-looking as ever.
Oree (Digital) --> Zaobian (Digital)
How to evolve: Evolving Oree into Zaobian is currently done via an unknown method.
Platypet starts out as a friendly-looking platypus, but its demeanor quickly changes as it grows, ending up as a fierce Platimous.
Platypet (Water/Toxic) --> Platox (Water/Toxic) --> Platimous (Water/Toxic)
How to evolve: Platypet evolves into Platox after leveling up 20 times, and evolves into Platimous after leveling up 20 additional times.
Swali appears mostly wrapped in a cocoon, with nothing but its eyes popping out. When it evolves into Loali, however, it's revealed to be a tiny ball, and its cocoon opens up to be its wings.
Swali (Nature) --> Loali (Nature/Wind)
How to evolve: Swali evolves into Loali after leveling up eight times.
Tateru does not evolve into or from anything, and looks like an incredible hybrid of teddy bears and rabbits.
Paharo starts out as a tiny bird but very quickly grows into a majestic, soaring Granpah, with the leaves on its face growing to accommodate its new size.
Paharo (Wind) --> Paharac (Wind) -->Granpah (Wind)
How to evolve: Paharo evolves into Paharac after seven levels, and Paharac evolves into Granpah after leveling up 16 times.
Ampling is currently unreleased, so you can't encounter it in-game, but its look seems to be heavily inspired by a deer, as Amphatyr has a narrow face with a wider tail.
Ampling (Electric) --> Amphatyr (Electric/Nature)
How to evolve: This method is currently unknown.
Much like its name suggests, Bunbun is a rabbit-like Temtem, and when it evolves into Mudrid, it takes on even more bunny-like features, including a bigger patch of fur around its body.
Bunbun (Earth/Crystal) --> Mudrid (Earth/Crystal)
How to evolve: Bunbun evolves into Mudrid after leveling up 20 times.
Hidody itself looks similar to a larva, with a small leaf adorned around its head. Taifu, on the other hand, wears this leaf as a cape, and has fully figured out how to stand.
Hidody (Nature) --> Taifu (Nature)
How to evolve: Hidody evolves into Taifu after leveling up 15 times.
Fomu starts out as a cute, tiny little thing, but ends up evolving into Wiplump, a flying unicorn that's somehow even cuter.
Fomu (Water) --> Wiplump (Water/Wind)
How to evolve: Level up Fomu 20 times and it will evolve into Wiplump.
A mix between what looks like a rat and squirrel, Skail and Skunch go from mean to meaner as Skunch's appearance makes him look ready for any fight.
Skail (Neutral) --> Skunch (Neutral/Melee)
How to evolve: Leveling up Skail 17 times will evolve it into Skunch.
Houchic always has a smirk on its face, and as it grows more tentacles and evolves into Tental, that smirk remains.
Houchi (Mental) --> Tental (Mental) --> Unknown
How to evolve: Houchi needs to be leveled up 29 times to evolve into Tental, and the method for evolving Tental is currently unknown.
An ancient serpent, Orphyll starts out life lonely, but when it evolves into a Nidrasil, it gains companions in the form of two other heads.
Orphyll (Nature/Toxic) --> Nidrasil (Nature/Toxic)
How to evolve: Oraphyll has to level up 22 times before evolving into Nidrasil.
A goat-like Temtem, Banapi seems to be covered in extremely soft fur, with Capyre growing even bigger and fluffier.
Banapi (Fire) --> Capyre (Fire)
How to evolve: Evolving Banapi into Capyre involves leveling up Banapi 17 times.
Lapinite starts off as a cute, tiny creature with crystals growing on its head, but evolve into the fierce Zenoreth, who stands much taller with many more crystals adorning its body.
Lapinite (Crystal) --> Azuroc (Crystal) --> Zenoreth (Crystal)
How to evolve: Lapinite evolves into Azuroc after leveling up 25 times, and Azuroc evolves into Zenoreth after leveling up an additional 25 times.
Bigu and Babawa always have a happy look on their faces, and always have a set of leaves growing from around their head.
Bigu (Nature) --> Babawa (Nature/Water)
How to evolve: Bigu evolves into Babawa after leveling up 18 times.
Kaku and Saku have quickly grown to be two of the fan-favorite Temtems in the game, and it makes sense. These two are super colorful, and with their umbrella-like flora growing above them, they're very distinct in your party.
Kaku (Nature) --> Saku (Nature/Wind)
How to evolve: Level Kaku up 11 times and it will evolve into Saku.
Valash doesn't involve into or from anything, and uses its sharp, crystalized hands to deal some damage.
Barnshe is another Temtem that has no evolutionary line. It's an incredibly stunning looking bird, with large, fuschia wings to compliment it.
Gyalis also doesn't evolve into anything, and appears extremely menacing, as it owns a pair of sharp scythes for hands.
Upon first glance, Occlura looks pretty terrifying. However, the crystals around its face aren't teeth, and when it evolves into Myx, those instead grow to encompass more of its face.
Occlura (Crystal) --> Myx (Crystal/Mental)
How to evolve: Level Occlura up 18 times.
Raiber starts out as a cute little fire cub, but by the time it evolves into Raize and Raican, it will have transformed into large, menacing lion.
Raiber (Fire) --> Raize (Fire) --> Raican (Fire)
How to evolve: Level Raiber up 25 times to evolve it into Raize. Level Raize up 25 times to evolve it into Raican.
Despite likely scaring off some other Temtem, Pewki sports a happy go lucky look, which doesn't go away as it gets bigger and evolves into Piraniant.
Pewki (Water) --> Piraniant (Water)
How to evolve: Level Pewki up 13 times.
Saipat doesn't evolve into or from anything, but don't let that sway your judgment, as the platypus comes battle-ready, with a clamshell fastened to its head.
Like it's name implies, Crystle sports a large crystal on its back in the form of a shell, and its second evolution, Sherald, only sports a bigger one.
Crystle (Crystal) --> Sherald (Crystal) --> Unknown
How to evolve: Level Crystle up 30 times. Its third evolution is currently unknown.
Hocus and Pocus sport two of the more clever names in Temtem, and their appearance matches the name, as they have floating orbs surrounding them at all times.
Hocus (Mental) --> Pocus (Mental)
How to evolve: Level Hocus up 17 times.
Sparzay is currently unavailable in the wilds of Temtem, and while it does evolve into something, it's unknown exactly what that is yet.
Sparzy (Electric) --> Unknown
How to evolve: Sparzy is the mid-form of three Temtem, but it's unknown what it evolves from and how to do it yet.
Two Temtem that take after some heavy inspiration from fungi, Mushi and Mushook both sport large mushrooms as hats, and possibly protection.
Mushi (Toxic) --> Mushook (Toxic/Melee)
How to evolve: Level Mushi up 20 times.
Magmis seems heavily inspired by the concept of land sharks, as it sports two small fins and fin above its head. Mastione, on the other hand, is much more fearsome, with its fins protruding out to be wing-like attachments.
Magmis (Fire) --> Mastione (Fire)
How to evolve: Level Magmis up 16 times.
Umishi heavily resembles a sea slug, with nothing but a head and body to sport. Its final form, Ukama, grows legs, and a sharp tail to deal some damage.
Umishi (Water) --> Ukama (Water)
How to evolve: Level Umishi up 14 times.
Raignet is currently not in Temtem, and is also reported to evolve from another Temtem, that of which is currently unknown.
Smazee is a fluffy, orange monkey Temtem that evolves into even fluffier versions of itself, although its final form is unknown as of now.
Smazee (Melee) --> Baboong (Melee)
How to evolve: Smazee evolves into Baboong after leveling up 29 times, and Baboong evolves into as of yet unknown Temtem.
Zizare is another Temtem that is currently unavailable in the game, but will be making its appearance soon.
A bushy, sprout-like Temtem, Spriole's next two evolution forms take on deer-like appearances, with Cerneaf looking almost exactly like one.
Spriole (Nature) --> Deendre (Nature) --> Cerneaf (Nature)
How to evolve: Spriole evolves into Deendre after leveling up 12 times. After leveling up Deendre 25 times, it will evolve into Cerneaf.
A fun play on the word axolotl, Toxolotl doesn't resemble its namesake too much, instead almost looking like a dog.
Toxolotl (Toxic) --> Noxolotl (Toxic)
How to evolve: Level Toxolotl up 30 times.
Blooze and Goolder are permanently making dopey faces, but the two toxic blobs are still ready to battle.
Blooze (Toxic) --> Goolder (Toxic)
How to evolve: Level Blooze up 25 times.
Zepyruff doesn't look like it's ready for much fun, keeping a serious scowl on its face even as it grows into a Volarend.
Zephyruff (Toxic/Wind) --> Volarend (Toxic/Wind)
How to evolve: Level Zephyruff up 22 time after being captured.
Both Ganki and Gazuma sport two gigantic horns protruding from their heads, but Gazuma's sport extra wings to perhaps complement its age.
Ganki (Electric/Wind) --> Gazuma (Electric/Wind)
How to evolve: Level Ganki up 27 times.
Oceara is currently not known to evolve to or from anything and resembles a horse and deer hybrid.
Shuine's evolutionary line is also unknown, and is extremely inspired by a snake, with a split tail at the end of its body.
Nessla has no other evolutionary forms, and is another serpent-like Temtem, with fins growing out of its head, tail, and arms.
Valiar is another Temtem that is yet to be released into the game, meaning players won't be able to capture this deer-like Temtem yet.
Kalazu looks almost identical to a squid, although it sports many thorns around its body. Kalabyss doesn't have as many thorns, but has much larger tentacles.
Kalazu (Water) --> Kalabyss (Water/Toxic)
How to evolve: Level Kalazu up 18 times.
Adoroboros doesn't evolve to or from anything and appears to be partially made of gas, as its wings aren't connected to its body.
A toucan-like Temtem, Tuwai sports a large tuft on its head to go along with a split tail, while Tuvine has an entirely crystalline body. Currently, players are only able to turn it into a Tuvine by taking it to the Crystal Shine, but it will have other evolutions in the future.
Tuwai (Wind) --> Tuvine (Wind/Crystal)
How to evolve: Take Tuwai to the Crystal Shine and select it. This can only be completed after beating the "Cultist Hunt" side-quest. Tuwai will be able to evolve into different species, but only Tuvine is known as of this writing.
Kinu's evolutionary line is currently unknown, but it is one of the rarest Temtem to find, so it's unlikely it turns into anything else.
Vulvir starts out as a tiny little dinosaur with a large rock on its head acting as a helmet, and throughout its evolution, it grows bigger, but retains the helmet-like headpiece.
Vulvir (Fire/Earth) --> Vulor (Fire/Earth) --> Vulcrane (Fire/Earth)
How to evolve: Vulvir evolves into Vulor after leveling up 14 times. Vulor evolves into Vulcrane after leveling up an additional 28 times.
Pigepic does not evolve into or from any other Temtem, and is perhaps the most iconic of them, as it is literally a flying pig.
Anahir is a giant compared to most Temtems, and can only be found by playing through the game's Adventure in the Myrisles quest line.
A growing list
It's important to remember that while we've gathered a list of all Temtem and their evolutions, Temtem is still a growing game. Thanks to it still being in early access, many evolutionary forms have yet to be discovered, with some Temtem not even available to capture in the game now. However, we'll be sure to keep updating the list, so don't forget to keep checking in as you continue your adventures on the Airbone Archipelago!
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