What is Dodging? Dodging – The act of changing ones position, sometimes to avoid being hit by someone or something. In Pokémon Go, it means furiously swiping your finger to the left or the right, usually in the vain hope that you somehow manage to avoid that Kyogre’s Hydro Pump for the seventh time this […]
Ditto is a -type Pokémon which has the ability to change its form to mimic other Pokémon species. In Pokémon GO, it cannot be directly seen in the overworld map but it is still obtainable by catching. Due to its unique ability, it was not released in the game until November of 2016. Max CP […]
The Buddy System in Pokémon Go allows you to walk Pokémon in order to gain chosen Pokémon’s candy. In some case, walking a certain Pokémon a certain distance allows you to evolve your buddy! Let’s go over each purpose of using the Buddy System. Necessary for Evolution –> Evolving Feebas can be a struggle. This tiny […]
One of the ways that Pokémon GO encourages Trainers to play daily are the rewards for your first catch and Pokéstop spin of the day. If nothing else, we highly recommend catching at least 1 Pokémon and spinning at least 1 Pokéstop daily, as maintaining your streak for 7 consecutive days will award a handsome […]
A lot of our readers are wondering what is the chance to encounter a shiny Pokemon during the Community Day events. The chance is roughly 1 in every 25 spawns, or around 4%. The chance was observed to be the same during Pikachu and Dratini Community day events. Full credits for these numbers go to […]
Defender Decay is the loss of motivation a Pokémon faces when they are defending a gym over time. There are ways that can hasten or lengthen the rate of defender decay, so let’s take a closer look at the inner workings of what keeps or kicks a Pokémon in or out of a gym. Defender […]
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As previously reported in January 2018, Niantic has announced that starting on February 28 2018, Pokémon GO will not run on several older iOS devices: iPhone 5C iPhone 5 iPad (Gen III and IV) iPad mini (Gen I) iPad 2 The following table was provided by Niantic to help players identify if their device is affected […]
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In Pokémon Go, the term “Movesets” refers to the available attacks each monster can learn. These movesets directly impact how useful that Pokémon will be in the meta game. The goal of a moveset is to optimize a Pokémon’s Damage per Second (DPS) for its dedicated purpose, be it attacking rival gyms, defending gyms for […]
The Pokéball. The staple of the all Pokémon games and your ticket to obtaining that ??? CP Snorlax you happened to stumble upon on your way home from work. There are several types of ball available currently in Pokémon Go and this article aims to explain each one, their catch multipliers (more on that later) […]
Egg hatching plays a big part in Pokemon Go. From the exclusive “baby” Pokemon that can only be obtained in eggs to those ever elusive 10Km eggs. You can pick them up randomly from any Pokestop in the game (providing you have space for them.) The below chart outlines the different types of eggs and […]