34 Essential Tips For Pokemon Go That Many People Don’t Know Yet. Wow!

    1. If your Poke Ball misses the target and falls to the ground nearby – you can pick them back up by tapping on them to recover the Poke Ball and avoid wasting tons of Poke Balls on one pokemon!
    2. If you walk away from the first three starting Pokemon at the beginning of the game you will have the opportunity to catch a Pikachu.

    1. If you lock your screen, the game stops, so if you decide to go for a run and log some distance toward hatching an egg, you have to leave the app open and your screen unlocked. Unless…
    2. If you have the Pokemon GO Plus device it WILL stay active and allow you to catch Pokemon, use Pokestops, etc. without unlocking your phone if you have the extra cash to spend on such things and don’t mind walking around with a weird bracelet. For the rest of us, in order for the game to work you have to have it open and in front of you.

    1. There IS a Battery Saver option that will help with this issue. What Battery Saver does is turn your screen off but keep the app open when you turn your phone upside down, as in the top of your phone where your ear goes towards the floor. Pokemon GO will drain your battery like no one’s business so this is a neat feature to keep your game going while you walk around and hopefully feel the notification vibration that a Pokemon is near through your pocket.
    2. The footprints show you how far away a Pokemon is. Every footprint denotes 50 meters of distance. A pokemon with one footprint underneath is is between 50 and 100 meters away from you. Three footprints show that the pokemon is less than 200 meters away. The grayed out Pokemon are ones that are not in your Pokedex yet.

    1. If you select any Pokemon via the “Nearby” screen, you will target it and have a better chance of catching that species specifically.
    2. If you see a Pokemon with no footprints on the “Nearby” list, you can summon it by tapping your screen, and it should pop up nearby within a few seconds.
    3. The teams are based off the three legendary birds found in the first game: Instinct (Zapdos) focuses on hatching eggs. Mystic (Articuno) focuses on evolving Pokemon. Valor (Moltres) focuses on battles.
    1. Unlike the old games, battles are NOT turn-based. Instead, you swipe left and right to dodge and can tap on your opponent to do as much damage as fast as possible. The only ‘tactic’ outside of evasion is keeping an eye on your special meter. When the bar or bars are full, you can use the special move your pokemon has to inflict additional damage.
    2. Ownership of a gym depends on a “prestige” meter, which decreases as you defeat their pokemon in battle. If you defeat one of the defending pokemon, you remove 1000 prestige, and you remove another 500 bonus prestige for beating every pokemon without losing in one match. So if you don’t have a pokemon strong enough to beat all of the pokemon in a gym, you can still seriously diminish this gyms defense.
  1. Also, don’t forget that you have 6 pokemon to beat the gym with. 6 mediocre pokemon can beat 1 strong pokemon, so you can easily peck away at a gym, even if your pokemon are weaker than theirs.
  2. Clicking the pencil next to a Pokemon’s name allows it to be renamed and apparently there’s no language filter as far as we can tell. Use all the naughty, potty-language words you’d like.
  3. Evolution revives and heals knocked out Pokemon. Don’t waste your revives and potions if you don’t have to!
  4. It is better to power up your Pokemon after they’re fully evolved as it gives you more Combat Power, or CP.
  5. You can get a daily bonus (in the form of XP) by assigning your pokemon to a gym. The more Pokemon you have assigned to gyms, the higher this daily bonus will be, and will grant you extra Stardust and Coins. To claim your prize, go to the Shop and click the blue shield icon. Check back every 20~ hours (so long as your Pokemon have not been dethroned) to receive more (the amount may vary depending on how many Pokemon you have in the gym, or their Combat Points).
  6. Due to how every item and element of progress is synced with Niantic’s servers, when you visit a pokestop, you can simply hit the ‘X’ quit button and any requisite items will automatically be added to your inventory, meaning you don’t have to wait for the animation to stop. People have used this as a means to perform ‘drive-by PokéStops’, as it’s especially useful in traffic. Please only use this as a passenger in a car. Don’t Pokemon Go and drive.
  7. That rustling grass animation on your map shows areas where Pokémon are likely to be spawn. It definitely does not mean there WILL be pokemon there, but usually something will pop up if you hang out in that area long enough.
  8. The ‘game world’ is layered over our own, so fields are fields, rivers are rivers, and so on so if you’re looking for something specific try to go for where you think you would find it in real life.
  9. Some Pokémon only come out at night.
  10. Some pokemon can only be found in certain areas of the world. In order to truly “catch ‘em all” you’ll have to literally travel the world. (Unless the heavily rumored but unconfirmed trading feature is introduced in the future).
  11. Lots of poeple have been struggling with server issues and app crashes. If you experience a glitch, don’t just minimize the app. If you can close it completely, the app prompts a fresh connection to the server (rather like turning a modem off and back on) and this should get the app working again.
  12. You may experience a glitch that forces you to close and re-launch the app while in a gym battle. When you go to re-start the battle, you keep getting kicked out before it even begins. This is because, on the server side, the timer for your glitched battle hasn’t stopped yet, and the app won’t let you enter a second battle simultaneously. If you wait just a few minutes, you should be able to re-start the battle.
  13. To start, you’ll often encounter basic pokemon (Zubats, Pidgeys, Drowzees, etc) but as you gain in level, there will be a better chance of finding both Pokemon with higher Combat Points, and rare Pokemon in general.
  14. Tougher and rarer Pokemon will often be harder to catch – a green ring means an easy catch, yellow harder, and then orange and red. Difficult Pokemon may often break out of a Pokeball, or even run away. You can buy or find items like berries to help with this.
  15. When trying to incubate a Pokemon Egg, you’ll have to travel a distance of several kilometers (usually 2 to 5). While you might be tempted to simply drive the distance, there’s more to it than distance traveled. Pokemon Go uses both your phone’s pedometer as well as the GPS to calculate how far you’ve actually walked, and appears to limit your distance traveled if it clocks you going at high speeds. Distance traveled is still counted fairly accurately if done on a skateboard, bike, or jogging, as long as you don’t go too fast.
  16. The colored rings dictate how easy or hard the creature is to capture, so if all you see is a green ring, wait until it’s at its smallest before throwing and you’ll always catch your prey. You can alter the size by holding your finger over the Pokémon to shrink the ring when it appears, which if you do so before tossing your ball out, will almost always connect.
  17. Orange and red rings mean you have to calm the Pokémon a little first, otherwise they’ll break back out, and you’ll just waste items along the way. Purchasing or finding Great or Master Pokéballs give a greater chance of catching these higher-ranked monsters without doing so, but you can also purchase/find Berries, that will turn their threat rings back to green, allowing you to snap them up with ease.
  18. Pokemon with ??? as “combat points” will not recognize you as a trainer, giving it a high escape risk. Definitely use items if you have them.
  19. Catches have 4 ratings, blank/good/nice/excellent, which give you 0/10/50/100 bonus XP on top of the XP you get for a catch. Also try to land the ball in the middle of the target circle. You will get extra points.
  20. Whether you’re on a bus, in a car, taking a train, or whatever — you’ll find that you can still play Pokemon Go on the go and your avatar will faithfully run down the streets to keep up. This can be both a blessing and a curse, because you’ll often pass through several potential PokeStops or Pokemon.It’s important to note that when interacting with PokeStops, if you leave the area, you won’t be able to finish interacting with it — and interaction is often best saved when you’re slowing down or stopped in a moving vehicle.
  21. However, any Pokemon that is encountered and successfully engaged while moving quickly will stay with you, letting you catch them at your leisure (so long as they don’t flee).
  22. To throw a curveball (which are worth more XP, but you risk burning through Pokéballs to do so), simply hold on the Pokéball and make a rotating motion until it sparkles. Once this has happened, let it fly – and most likely miss – but eventually you’ll get the hang of it.
  23. Technically, you should encounter more pokemon while moving around. However, because of the load time and server catch-up, it sometimes takes a few minutes for an area to load completely. The best way to play is walking a good 100 metres or so, then taking five minutes and letting that part of the world ‘load in.’ (See the spinning Pokéball in the top left corner?) Chances are, a Pokémon will pop up at random intervals, so always take breaks in between bouts of adventuring around your local landscape to see what’s hiding.

Source of information: http://www.pref.com/

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