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Pokémon Go: The ultimate guide, tips,tricks and best secrets for finding Poké

 

Pokémon Go

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Contents

Pokémon Go 1

The ultimate guide, tips,tricks and best secrets for finding Pokémon 1

Introduction 4

Chapter 1 – All About Pokémon Go 6

Chapter 2 – The Adventure Begins 9

Chapter 3 – Catching More Pokémon 11

Chapter 4 – Training and Evolving Pokémon 15

Conclusion 24

Introduction

I want to thank you and congratulate you for downloading the book, “Pokémon Go”.

This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to excel in Pokémon Go.

Do you want to become the strongest trainer in your town? Do you think you have what it takes to conquer a gym for your team and defend it?

If you want to be the very best, this book is for you. This book tells you how you can catch, train and assess the strength of Pokémon. It shows you the process from the start of your journey until you start venturing out in the real world.

By following the tips in this book, you will know the process of choosing the best Pokémon. 90% of trainers in your area probably do not know about these tricks. Together with hard work in catching Pokémon, the tricks in this book will teach how to be beat all trainers in your area.

Start reading and become the star trainer of your team.

Thanks again for downloading this book, I hope you enjoy it!

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Chapter 1 – All About Pokémon Go

Pokémon Go is the newest gaming phenomenon to hit mobile devices. The Pokémon brand is over two decades old, but this is the first time that the 90s Nintendo sensation was introduced to smartphone users.

It is available for both Android and iPhone users. It uses both internet connection (through Wi-Fi or mobile data) and your device’s GPS.

Can your device run Pokémon GO?

Before you download Pokémon Go, you should first check whether it could support your device. Android devices running Android 4.4 and higher can run the app. All iPhones from iPhone 5 and higher can run the game as long as they use iOS 8 or higher. Generally, smartphones bought in the last two years can run the game.

As stated earlier, your smartphone should have at least 3G internet connection to play the game effectively. You can play using Wi-Fi, however, you will not get very far into the game because of the limited location of your internet connection. 4G connection is recommended.

Your phone should also have GPS. Generally, if your phone can use Google Maps, it can probably run Pokémon Go.

Rooted Android devices can still run the game. However, jailbroken iPhone will not be able to run it.

The game also recommends a screen size of 720 × 1280 pixels. It is played in the portrait position of your phone and the game is not optimized to transition to tablet sized screens.

The initial installation size, as of the writing of this book is 60.13 MB. However, as with most games, you should expect the game to grow as you use it and add more Pokémon to your collection.

Downloading the game

To download the game, you only need to go to you preferred app market. It is free to download and it will take just a couple of minutes with a stable internet connection.

Logging into the Game

When you first log in, the game will ask for your birth date and your login information. For your login information, you can use your Google, Apple accounts or you can register to the Pokémon trainer club.

If you choose to use your Google or Apple accounts, the game will use the information of your phone.

If you have successfully logged in, the game will tell you if your internet connection or your GPS option is turned off. You should turn them on if you want to start playing.

Meeting Professor Willow

Your game experience will start with Professor Willow. He will be your guide in this game. He will introduce you to the features of the game and he will tell you how to play it.

After his monologue, he will let you choose between playing as a boy or a girl. Tap on the gender of your choice and tap the check button at the bottom right part of the screen.

After that, you will be given the chance to change your appearance. You should experiment on the different skin, hair, eye, cap, clothing, pants, shoes and bag colors. If you mess up, do not worry, you can still change your appearance later on.

If you are satisfied with the way you look, you should tap the check sign to move on.

Lastly, you will be asked for your name. You should take your time in choosing this one because it is difficult to change your name later on. Try to avoid using your real name or any other personal information.

Meeting the starter Pokémon

After arranging your name and your appearance, Professor Willow will show you the three starter Pokémon – Bulbasaur, Squirtle and Charmander. You need to make sure that your GPS is turned on before this point so that you can tap on one of the three starter Pokémon. Professor Willow will give your Pokéballs to throw to one of these starters.

Troubleshoot:

Some players complain that they cannot tap on the starter Pokémon. This happens when your GPS is not turned on when the starters appear. If this happens to you, you can just force stop the game, turn your GPS on and turn the game on again. The next time you log in, the starters should be ready for tapping.

As mentioned above, you can choose between Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle. You can choose any one of them by tapping on them. After you tap on your chosen monster, the Pokémon catch mode will activate.

The game may ask you to turn on the back camera on so that you can catch the Pokémon you have chosen with the real-world view in the background. If you choose not to turn on the camera, the game will create an artificial grass background for the Pokémon.

Tip: With the back camera on, you will transition to the Augmented Reality View (AR). Though it can be a lot of fun to see the Pokémon inside your house, the AR view makes catching a lot more difficult. You can improve your chances of catching Pokémon by turning AR view off. It also lessens the battery consumption of the game.

Catching your first Pokémon

In the Pokémon catch view, the Pokémon is always located in the middle of the screen. You should see a Pokéball at the bottom of your screen. Your goal is to flick the Pokéball so that it will hit the Pokémon. The Pokémon can defend itself with its skills. If they do, you may miss.

Tip: To increase the chances of success, you should practice using two hands when throwing Poke balls. You should also practice throwing curve balls to avoid the Pokémon’s defense. You can do this by holding the Pokéball for a few seconds and making circles with your finger before letting it go.

To increase your chances of catching the Pokémon, you should also aim to hit the Pokémon when the green circle appears. The Pokémon will surely be caught if the poke ball hits the green circle.

Professor Willow’s final instructions

After catching your first Pokémon, Professor Willow will teach you about Pokéstops. Pokestops are special places in your map and they are usually located in real life landmarks in your town or city.

If you walk with your mobile data and GPS on towards these Pokéstops, you can gain items from them. Just tap on a Pokéstop near you and swipe on the circle.

In his final instructions, Willow will also tell you that you can see more Pokémon by walking around. You need to have your GPS and your internet connection activated to see more Pokémon. You can then catch them using the same technique you used in catching the starter Pokémon.

Chapter 2 – The Adventure Begins

Your adventure starts with the goal of catching the most number of Pokémon. Just like real animals, there are common types and there are rare types. Many factors come into play when hunting Pokémon. If you are near a large body of water for example, you should expect to see many water type Pokémon.

The user interface

Every time you turn the game app on, you will see your avatar standing in a plane of green. If the GPS is functioning well, the plane should transform into a map that corresponds to real world places. If you move, your avatar will also move in the same direction in the map.

As you may have already guessed, the accuracy of the movements is dependent on the quality of the GPS feature of your smartphone. If your smartphone GPS is faulty, you should expect your map to also be moving all over the place even if you are just walking in a straight line. Your location will determine the types of Pokémon that you can find.

The internet connection on the other hand, is necessary to refresh the types of Pokémon that can be found in your area. Your internet connection allows the game to take the location of different types of Pokémon from the database. This means that you need internet to make sure that you will see Pokémon as you walk.

In your user interface, you will also see a circle that expands from your avatar’s position. If there is a Pokémon inside this circle, you will see it pop out and you can tap on it to catch it.

In the bottom right side of your screen, you will see the box of Pokémon around you. If you click on the box, you will see Pokémon silhouette or the Pokémon itself. If you only see the silhouette, it means that you have not encountered that type of Pokémon before. Pokémon that you have already met will be shown in color.

In the middle of the bottom of your screen, you will see a Pokéball icon. If you tap on it, you will see four options, Pokémon, Shop, Items, and Pokédex.

The Pokédex contains the list of all Pokémon. However, the game will not show you all of them from the beginning. Instead, it will only show you the Pokémon you have seen so far, arranged in the original Pokémon numbering system. The Pokémon you have not seen yet will be represented by their numbers.

The Pokémon option shows the list of the Pokémon that you have caught so far. If you tap on any of them, you will see their appearance and other information about them. In the bottom, you will see the option to power up or evolve the Pokémon. You will also see the number of candies you have for that Pokémon and the total amount of stardust you have.

The shop shows you the items available in the Pokéstore. You can exchange real money for Pokécoins in this area of the game. You can then buy items using your Pokécoins.

Lastly, at the bottom left side of your screen, you will see the face of your avatar and your level. If you tap on it, you will see the full appearance of your avatar. You can also see your level, the number of pokecoins you have and your team (More on that later).

If you scroll downwards, you will see the objectives that you have completed so far. You can complete these objectives by just playing the game.

Chapter 3 – Catching More Pokémon

If you want to see more Pokémon, you need to walk with your phone and the Pokémon Go app on. As you move, the reach of your avatar (the expanding circle) also moves with you. Your goal is to get a Pokémon within that circle to be able to catch it. You will notice that you only encounter low level Pokémon in the beginning. The level of Pokémon you meet depends on the level of your character. As you level up, the level of the Pokémon you meet also increases.

Factors that affect the Pokémon you see

If you want to catch all the Pokémon in the list, you should consider hunting in different situations. Here are some of the factors that may affect the types of Pokémon that you will see while hunting:

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Type of geography

The GPS tells the game the type of location you are in. You should take the chance to hunt new types of Pokémon on your travels. If you get a chance to go to the beach for example, you should consider walking around to look for Pokémon. There are also Pokémon that only appear in specific countries.

If you are looking for a specific type of Pokémon, you should hang out in areas where it is more likely to show up. If you are looking for a Gyrados, for example, you should consider going to areas near the sea.

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Time of the day

Just like in the Nintendo games, Pokémon are also classified as either nocturnal or daytime Pokémon. While ghost Pokémon may appear in the daytime, they are more likely to come out at night. You may also see Clefairy at this time.

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Items activated

Incense is an item that you get for leveling up, completing quests or by purchasing it in the shop. When you activate it, Pokémon from around your area will be attracted to your spot for 30 minutes.

When using incense, you should also walk in a straight line. If you just stay in place, a Pokémon will pop up every 5 minutes. However, if you walk around, a Pokémon will show up every 200 meters. If you can use your bike to travel 200 meters every 2-3 minutes, you can increase the number of Pokémon you will see with each incense you activate.

Aside from incense, you can also buy lure modules from the shop. While incense only affects your personal account, lure modules affects multiple players at the same time. Lure modules are attached to a Pokéstop. When they are activated, you will see pink petal-like images floating around the Pokéstop. Pokémon are also attracted to these lure modules. This allows multiple trainers to catch many types of Pokémon without the need to walk around.

The rewards of catching Pokémon

When you catch a Pokémon, you get two items with them, stardust and Pokémon candy. The type of Pokémon candy that you get depends on the type of Pokémon you caught. If you caught a Pidgey for example, you can expect to get three Pidgey candies.

These items are important in training and evolving your Pokémon. If you check the starter Pokémon you caught, you will see how much stardust and candy they need to level up. You will also see how much candy they need to evolve.

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Stardust – Used with candies for Pokémon power ups

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Pokémon Candy – Used for power ups and evolutions

Because you only meet low level Pokémon in the beginning of the game, you should save the candies and stardust you get for now. You should only use them if you have a goal in the game and a strategy for achieving that goal.

Pokémon finding tips

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Hunt in safe public places

Pokémon tend to show up in public places like parks and malls. If you are in the mood for hunting Pokémon, you should start looking in these areas.

You should also make sure that you do not trespass or go to places that may cause harm. People have been arrested because of activities like these when looking for Pokémon.

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Walk in a straight line

When the Pokémon Go app measures the distance you have travelled, it does not consider the turns you made. Instead, it only measures the distance between your last recorded spot to your current spot. To cover more ground and to log in more distance in your phone, you should choose to walk in areas where you can walk in a straight line. If you are on hunting mode, you can signal the app that you are traveling a greater distance if you walk in a straight line. This also increases the potency of your incense because the phone will assume that you have covered more distance.

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Set a night hunting party

If you are serious with catching all types of Pokémon, you should consider scheduling a nighttime hunt. However, you should make sure that you are prepared for the weather and you hunt only in safe places.

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Hunt with friends

You should also hunt in groups to increase the ground that you may cover. There is no shortage of Pokémon when you hunt with other people. If there is a Charmander in the area for example, both you and your friend will spot it as soon as you get it within your radar. The Pokémon will not vanish from your sightings list even if your friend already caught one.

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Look for rustling leaves

While hunting for Pokémon, you should look at the map for rustling leaves. This is common in areas with many Pokéstops. The rustling of leaves in the map signals that a Pokémon spawned in that area.

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Use the in-game tracking tools

Niantic, the Pokémon Go Company, is still looking for the best in-game Pokémon tracking tool. When the game was first introduced, the game used the ‘footprint’ tracking system. The Pokémon in your sightings list come with one to three footprints. The Pokémon farthest from you gets three footprints. The Pokémon nearest to you gets one footprint.

Using this system, users were able to track their target Pokémon. However, Niantic removed this feature in future updates.

A recent update introduced the nearby and sightings tracking tool. You can view these parts of the game in the box in the lower right area of your screen. The nearby Pokémon represent Pokémon that are within walking distance from your current location. If you tap any Pokémon in the nearby list, the map will transition and show you the general area where the Pokémon is located.

The sightings list on the other hand, represents the Pokémon in your current map view. If you walk away from the direction of the Pokémon you are tracking, the Pokémon may disappear in your sightings list but will remain in your nearby list.

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Check for new Pokémon every 15-30 seconds

The app checks the database for Pokémon near you every 15-30 seconds, depending if you use the power saver option. When hunting, you should check the sightings and nearby list for new Pokémon.

Chapter 4 – Training and Evolving Pokémon

Aside from catching Pokémon, the game also encourages players to battle them. You can only battle other Pokémon trainers in Gyms. Each location has a nearby gym. They can be located in the park or a local mall.

To participate in gym battles, you need to be at least level five. Willow will prevent you from inspecting the gyms in your area until you reach this level.

You can level up by catching Pokémon. If you catch a Pokémon you have not seen before, you get 500 experience points (XP). Every time you catch a Pokémon that it already in your Pokedex, you get 100 XP.

Aside from catching Pokémon, you can also level up by evolving the Pokémon you already caught. To do this, you will need a sufficient amount of the Pokémon candy. You can obtain more candy by catching the same type of Pokémon.

If you want to make your Pidgey evolve into a Pidgeotto for example, the game states that you will need 12 Pidgey candies. You can get more Pidgey candies by catching more Pidgeys. The same type of candy is needed if you want to make Pidgeotto evolve into a Pidgeot.

Because of this, you will notice that it is easier to level up common types of Pokémon. You will see fewer of the rarer types, so you will have a harder time collecting candies.

Because your level affects the level of Pokémon you see in the wild, you should spend the first few days playing with the goal to increase your level. By the time you reach level five, you will have a variety of Pokémon to include in your team.

Choosing your team

At level five, you can start the battle feature of the game by tapping on a gym near you. When you tap one of the gyms, Professor Willow will have a brief introduction about the gyms and Pokémon battles. He will then tell you to choose a team. You should think carefully when choosing a team because you cannot change teams after this point.

There are three teams in Pokémon Go, Team Instinct, Team Mystic and Team Valor. Team descriptions are available in the introductions. If you have other friends active in Pokémon Go, you should ask them which teams they chose. You can join your other friends so that you can fight other teams together.

After choosing a team, you should start looking for target gyms. The gym should belong to other teams and it should be accessible to you and your team members. The gym will be protected by Pokémon left behind by other team members. Your goal is to beat these guards through battle.

After beating them, the gym will belong to your team. You should leave your Pokémon in the gyms to defend it. If you are planning to battle other gyms, you may not want to leave your strongest Pokémon in the gym you conquer. Once you conquer the other team’s gym, you should tell other players who are in the same team as you. They should also leave their Pokémon in the same gym to improve its defense.

Pokémon Battle Basics

To start battling, you need to approach gyms. If the gym is too far from you, you will not be able to do battle. However, you can check the types of Pokémon defending it. When checking, you should pay attention to the combat power or CP. The CP gives you an idea of the power of a Pokémon when in a battle. A Pokémon with higher CP is stronger.

You should also check the types of Pokémon defending the gyms. You should match the defending Pokémon with an opposing Pokémon type. If the opponents are mostly using water Pokémon for example, you may want to use electric types against it.

Creating your team

If you have some Pokémon that can hold their own against the defending team’s lineup, you can form a team that will battle against Pokémon gyms.

You can do this by tapping on the Pokéball icon below your avatar. Select Pokémon to show the list of Pokémon that you have caught. Choose the Pokémon you wish to include in the team tap on it to show its individual stats. In the Pokémon’s individual screen, you will see a star icon in the upper right corner of the page. This will set the Pokémon as one of your favorites. You should do this to all of the Pokémon that you want to include in your team. All the favorited Pokémon will be arranged based on their CP. This group of Pokémon will be included in your team that will fight against other teams.

Fighting commands

After creating your team, you can now start challenging other teams by tapping on the ‘Fight’ icon at the right side of the bottom of the Gym screen. You will be led directly to the fighting screen. You can dodge enemy attacks by tapping on the right or left side of the screen. You can tap on attack to fight back.

In the process of battling other Pokémon, some of your Pokémon will become damaged or some will faint. You can heal damaged Pokémon after the fight with potions. For fainted Pokémon, you can use revive to make them fit for fighting again. You can get potions as rewards when leveling up. You can also get them in shops and sometimes in Pokéstops.

Leveling up Pokémon

Before you go to gyms however, you should first make sure that your Pokémon are strong enough to beat the other team’s lineup. To do this, you need to choose your strongest Pokémon and maximize their evolution and their CP.

You need to actually go out and start looking for Pokémon. It is not enough that you catch just one of each type of Pokémon. If you want a Charizard for example, you need to catch more Charmanders to gain more Charmander candies. Only when you have enough Charmander candies can you make your Pokémon evolve.

After evolving your preferred Pokémon to their final form, you will need stardust and candy to max out the CP of your Pokémon. You will see the CP of the Pokémon you own when you tap on it in the Pokémon view screen. The CP is represented by a half circle behind the Pokémon image.

To become the strongest trainer, you need to make sure that you put your resources on the Pokémon with the highest maximum CP.

CP is an umbrella stat that represents three stats, attack, defense and stamina. A higher attack relates to higher damage when battling. Defense decreases the damage dealt by opponents. Higher stamina means higher health.

You don’t need to overthink these three stats. All you have to remember is that the Pokémon with the higher CP has higher stats.

However, if the CP was the only stat, the game would be too simple. Players will just choose to level up Pokémon like Dragonite with naturally higher CP.

The hidden stat

Aside from the CP, you should also consider another stat within your Pokémon, the Individual Value or the IV. CPs are considered base stats and they are the same in all Pokémon of the same species. A Dragonite for example, has naturally higher base attacks. This is true for all Dragonites. Gyrados has a higher base defense. Clefairy has naturally higher stamina.

IVs, on the other hand, are unique for each Pokémon. They have additional attacks, defense or stamina. Let’s say you and your friend have a Pikachu each and both their CPs have been maxed out. One Pikachu may be better than the other one based on IV. Your Pikachu may have additional stamina because of its IV.

Learning about your Pokémon’s IV

As of the writing of this book, the appraisal system of Pokémon Go is not yet available worldwide. However, it may arrive in the next update in your area. To check if you already have the appraise feature ready, you should tap on the Pokéball at the bottom of the screen and tap on the settings icon (the gear icon) on the upper right side of the screen. Near the bottom, you will see the version of your app. Only versions 0.35 in Android and 1.5.0 in iOS can access this feature.

To check the IV of your Pokémon, you should first reach level five. If you are already in this level, you should go to the Pokémon list page and tap the button in the lower right corner of the screen (button with three horizontal lines). In this button, you will have three options, Favorite, Appraise and Transfer. Tap on the appraise option to get an appraisal from your gym leader.

The statements of the gym leader will give you clues on the IV of your Pokémon. Each gym leader will use different words. Here are the statements used by the each gym leader for each team and what they mean in relation to the Pokémon’s IV:

Possible First statements:

The first statement relates to the overall IV percentage. If the Pokémon has a 15 IV for all three stats, it will get a 100% rating. If the average of the three stats is below 7, then it will be rated below 50%

Team Valor (Candela)

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Statement |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Meaning | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Overall, your Pokémon simply amazes me! It can accomplish anything! |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. IV is 81% - 100% | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Overall, your Pokémon is a strong Pokémon. You should be proud! |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. IV is 66% - 80% | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Overall, your Pokémon is a decent Pokémon.

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. IV is 51% - 65%
<>.

Team Mystic (Blanche)

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Statement |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Meaning | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Overall, your Pokémon is a wonder! What a breathtaking Pokémon! |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. IV is 81% - 100% | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Overall, your Pokémon has certainly caught my attention.

|<>. p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. IV is 66% - 80% | <>. |<>. p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Overall, your Pokémon is above average. |<>. p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. IV is 51% - 65% | <>. |<>. p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Overall, your Pokémon is not likely to make much headway in battle.
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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. IV is 0% - 50%

Team Instinct (Spark)

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Statement |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Meaning | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Overall, your Pokémon looks like it can really battle with the best of them! |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. IV is 81% - 100% | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Overall, your Pokémon is really strong! |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. IV is 66% - 80% | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Overall, your Pokémon is pretty decent! |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. IV is 51% - 65% | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Overall, your Pokémon has room for improvement as far as battling goes.

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. IV is 0% - 50%

After the first statement, your trainer will tell you the stats that have the highest value. They may tell you more than one stat. The next statement will give you a clue on the range of values of those stats.

Team Valor (Candela)

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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Statement |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Meaning | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. I’m blown away by its stats. WOW! |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. The mentioned stat’s value are 15 (Maximum) | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. It’s got excellent stats. How exciting! |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. The mentioned stat’s value are 13-14 | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Its stats indicate that in battle, it’ll get the job done.

|<>. p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. The mentioned stat’s value are 8-12 | <>. |<>. p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. It’s stats don’t point to greatness in battle.
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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. The mentioned stat’s value are 0-7

Team Mystic (Blanche)

table<>. <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Statement |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Meaning | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Its stats exceed calculations. It is incredible! |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. The top stat’s value are 15 (Maximum) | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. I’m certainly impressed by the stats, I must say.

|<>. p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. The mentioned stat’s value are 13-14 | <>. |<>. p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Its stats are noticeably trending to the positive.
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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. The mentioned stat’s value are 8-12
<>.

Team Instinct (Spark)

table<>. <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Statement |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Meaning | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Its stats are the best. I’ve ever seen! No doubt about it! |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. The mentioned stat’s value are 15 (Maximum) | <>. |<>.
p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. It’s stats are really strong! Impressive.

|<>. p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. The mentioned stat’s value are 13-14 | <>. |<>. p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. It’s definitely got some good stats. Definitely! |<>. p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. The mentioned stat’s value are 8-12 | <>. |<>. p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. Its stats are all right, but kinda’ basic, as far as I can see.
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p<>{color:#1C1C1C;background:transparent;}. The mentioned stat’s value are 0-7

Decoding the gym leader’s statements

Let’s say you caught a Nidoran and you are in team Valor. Candela used these statements in her appraisal:

“Overall, your Pokémon is a strong Pokémon. You should be proud!”

“It’s top stat is Attack”

“It’s got excellent stats. How exciting!”

Interpretation:

The first statement indicates that your Nidoran has a 66%-80% stat average. This gives you an idea of the overall stats of your Nidoran. If all its stats are distributed evenly, its attack, defense and stamina have a 10-12 value.

The second statement tells you which stat is highest. In this case, the attack has the highest value of the three. You will know its range of values in the third statement.

Using the table for team valor, we learn that the third statement means that his attack has a value of 13-14. Because the value of the top stat is not far from the other stats, we can assume that the other two stats (defense and stamina) are within the 8-11 range.

Overall, you have a decent Nidoran. You should not transfer it to turn it into candy.

When choosing between Pokémon of the same type for training, you should choose the one with higher IV.

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Conclusion

Thank you again for downloading this book!

Now that you know the tricks to becoming a strong Pokémon trainer, it’s time to start playing

The next step is to catch as many Pokémon as you can. You may want to schedule your hunts to make sure you can manage your time between working and playing. You should also communicate with other active trainers around your area, especially trainers from the same team. Be a part of the community and become stronger.

Thank you and good luck!

 


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