How to Find Rare Pokemon on Pokemon Go

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Pokemon GO is the result of a collaboration between the Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, Inc., so there is no surprise that we have received the best. We are playing Pokemon Go and I bet that you want to learn more about how to play better. I have personally been playing the game since the beta and today I want to help you understand one of its mysteries.

Are you doing your best to fins and catch some rare Pokemon, but with no success? Some of you might already know that there are two types of rare Pokemon: Legendary and Rare. The Legendary ones are the rarest creatures that you can ever find and only a few have seen them. The code in the game prove that they are real, but it seems that it’s all about a game strategy and the game’s developer is withholding them for some sort of an in-game event.

Thing are not that easy when it comes to the other type. Pokemon that are rare might only be rare in your area, but they might be common Pokemon in another region. Still, there seems to be some Pokemon, including evolved ones, which are really hard to find and the list includes: Alakazam, Weepinbell, Dragonair, Machamp, Muk, Ditto, Ivysaur, Omastar, Blastoise, Charmeleon, Nidoking, Vileplume, Poliwrath, as well as Vaporeon.

You are not doing anything wrong, but you must only raise your trainer level. This Pokemon type is related to your trainer level and CP stat (how well a Pokemon could attack), so don’t hesitate to check your trainer level in the lower left-hand corner of your screen. To raise your trainer level, you need to get experience. That means you must grab all those PokeStops, fight in gyms, hatch eggs and so on.

After about 10 levels (more or less), you will start to see these rare beasts. You know that the Nearby menu in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen shows how close a Pokemon is to you.

When hunting the rare ones, you’ll want to track the creatures that appear greyed-out behind a silhouette. These are Pokemon you haven’t caught up to now and the ones that you are craving for. In such a case, don’t hesitate to keep the Nearby menu open and circle the Pokemon you want to capture by clicking on it.

And besides these, don’t forget that the point of Pokémon Go is to travel around and explore different geographic areas to find appropriate Pokémon. In a small town, it’s normal to find a lot of normal type, but whenever you leave your comfort zone, expect to get the best.

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Mike Blass