10 Things About Pokémon GO Every Player Should Know

10 Things About Pokémon GO Every Player Should Know

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You need to be wary of certain choices, risks, and expenditures that you might make while playing Pokémon GO that will stop you making a massive mistake and slowing your own progress. I've started with some more basic techniques and slowly rolled into the more advanced techniques, this is to make the guide have some sort of order. Time to catch em' all and show people that "Today I Learned" these 25 things about Pokémon GO.

10- Save Your Stardust Until At Least Level 20

 

Save Your Stardust Until At Least Level 20

One thing to consider at all times is to conserve your stardust. Players use stardust to level up their Pokémon. However, there's numerous applications and systems we can monitor our Pokémon with. It's massively important to conserve your stardust well at least level 20. Most players would say the game begins at level 20, so try to hold off powering up Pokémon well at least then. The level cap is 40 and as you grind through the levels more powerful Pokémon appear.


9- The Four Best Pokémon: Slaking, Chansey, Blissey, And Snorlax

The Four Best Pokémon: Slaking, Chansey, Blissey, And Snorlax

Defending a gym can be hard work, keeping everyone alive and well, including your own Pokémon. To try and stay at the Gym for longer, try and use some of these key tank Pokémon who can take the pounding and don't have too many weaknesses. These four Pokémon are the cornerstone of any good defense strategy: Slaking, Chansey, Blissey and Snorlax. Their strict normal elemental type means they don't have too many weaknesses.


8- Don't Use 'Recommended' In Raids

 

Don't Use 'Recommended' In Raids

The Raid feature in Pokémon Go is one of the new features added to the game that presents the player a chance to bag some of the rarest Pokémon for yourself. You're guaranteed one raid pass a day from spinning Pokéstops. To make sure you get the most out of your raid experience you should try and counter the raid boss with Pokémon types that are going to counter it. You should also try to coordinate your strikes with other players through social media to try and take down tougher raids. Be wary of auto-select, it may indicate the Pokémon's move sets.


7- Learn Where The Pokémon Nests Are

  

Learn Where The Pokémon Nests Are

Alternatively, you can always use an application that shows the nests of Pokémon so you can pinpoint the Pokémon you want. Some applications even reveal specific pokemon locations. These applications come with a timer, showing how long the Pokémon has left before it flees. Using Pokémon pinpointers and nesting guides is often frowned upon in the community. However, if your time is precious, then these applications should be something you consider.


6- 7 Day Streaks Provide Items For Evolutions


7 Day Streaks Provide Items For Evolutions

One of the most basic features you need to grasp. Be sure to grab your first catch and pokéstop of the day, every day, for seven days. This will give you a massive bonus to your inventory with a frenzy of free items. Taking advantage of this feature will ensure you always have the items you need. Since March 2018 the game has received a patch that gives the player a rare evolutionary item, allowing you to evolve certain Pokémon. The first pokéstops and the first catches of the day provide you with XP and Stardust bonuses, and as the days go on, this reward becomes larger.


5- Spend Your Coin On Incubators (And Use Them Together)

 

Spend Your Coin On Incubators (And Use Them Together)

Every good trainer knows how to get the most out of their eggs. The egg feature allows players to hatch Pokémon from eggs by walking a certain amount of distance. Whatever you think you need to spend your coins on in the store, believe me, at least three egg incubators need the coins more. Stack up multiple eggs of the same distance at the same time, so all your eggs hatch together, then repeat. This ensures you constantly have two or three eggs cooking.


4- Play With The Battery Saving Options

 

Play With The Battery Saving Options

Battery Saver is one of the key features in Pokémon Go that you should try come to grips with as soon as possible. Access it through the settings menu. Saving your battery when your miles away from home could be the difference between that next level up. As a player, there's more you can do to preserve your battery life on your mobile device. You can Turn off sound, dim the screen, lower all volumes, close background apps and turn off services you don't need to run Pokémon Go.


3- Turn Off AR Mode For Easier Catches

Turn Off AR Mode For Easier Catches

Using the AR Feature in Pokémon Go is a nice feature to show off to friends, take pictures with Pokémon in the real world and just generally, it's something to have fun with. The problem with AR mode is that it doesn't really make cathing Pokémon an easy task. If it works for you, then keep doing what you're doing. If not, then it's highly recommended that you turn this feature off. The increase in Pokémon catches is something we can all smile about!


2- Your Buddy Should Always Be Something You Want To Evolve Or Power Up

Your Buddy Should Always Be Something You Want To Evolve Or Power Up

 buddy feature in Pokémon Go is something that should be grabbed with both hands and strategically shaken like a candy machine. The buddy system allows the player to take a specific Pokémon with them on their journey. As you progressively tick up the miles, your new buddy will generate candy of its type for you. There's a trick to it. The first step to mastering the buddy system is to let your sentiments go, don't pick a buddy because it's your favourite Pokémon. Secondly, you want to familiarize yourself with the Pokémon you have and the Pokémon you need. Finally, make a choice. Choose a Pokémon that you want to power-up or evolve.


1- Back-Up Defenders: Steelix, Vaporeon, Dragonite, And Azumeril

Back-Up Defenders: Steelix, Vaporeon, Dragonite, And Azumeril

If your gym is already backed by the tanking Pokémon above, you can throw in some nice counter Pokémon to help add some sting. These four Pokémon are recommended with the above tanks to deal extra damage to the tank counters. Be sure to wedge these four between the tanks: Steelix, Vaporeon, Dragonite, Azumeril. Teamwork is a massive help here! But if you're a Lonewolf just think twice before you back up your team.

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