When does the Seadra evolve into Kingdra in Pokemon?

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Seadra evolves into Kingdra when the player trades it while holding the Dragon Scale. The Dragon Scale item was introduced in Generation II along with Kingdra.

Seadra is actually the evolved form of Horsea when it reaches level 32. As a water-type Pokemon, Seadra resembles a seahorse with a long snout. Its head, sides and back are covered with spikes, while its torso is covered with cream-colored scales. It can poison its enemy using its spikes and pectoral fins with the Poison Point special ability, and it is the only non-poison type Pokemon that can use this move.

Evolving Seadra requires the Dragon Scale, which is a type of item that cannot be bought. The player can look for this item at Mt. Mortar in the Johto region games and at the Pokeathlon Dome in the HeartGold and SoulSilver game versions.

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Seadra evolves once you trade it to another player's game while it's holding a Dragon Scale.
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Seadra is a Water-type Pokémon. It evolves from Horsea starting at level 32, and evolves
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Seadra can only evolve into Kingdra with a Dragon's Scale, then trade it. You can find Dragon Scales on wild Horseas and Bagons, though it's a slim chance.
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you have to make seadra hold the dragon scale then trade him and he evolves during the tradin process.
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