After you complete the intro to your Pokémon Go game, you will probably either decide that the game is horrible and delete it, or decide you like it and waste your whole life on it, or something in between. If you are anything other than the first option, you will be out hunting for more Pokémon. However, this isn’t all that easy. This Pokémon spawn guide will hopefully help you to find more Pokémon, and you might not be hospitalized in the process if you’re careful. In the initial release, there are 151 Pokémon that you can catch.
These common Pokémon can be found anywhere, but especially in schools, stores, libraries, sports stadiums, roads, and around urban areas in general, which is why a bunch of idiots are getting hit by cars while playing this game.
These Pokémon prefer urban zones, especially parking lots, shopping centers, quarries, and at the bottom of cliffs. Many people have suffered severe injuries after falling great heights searching for these Pokémon.
Grass- and Bug-Type Pokémon:
Obviously, these Pokémon like to hide in large fields and forests (woods), along with snakes and ticks and enjoy the outdoors in general. Watch out for landmines and bear traps while looking for these Pokémon.
These Pokémon like large open areas like parks, fields, and farms. They are more common in the countryside.
These are very common in dense urban zones and near railroad tracks. You will more likely get hit by a car or train looking for these Pokémon than while hunting for Flying-Type Pokémon.
These are found in cold areas and near water. Watch out for avalanches and don’t freeze to death.
These are found near bodies of water including beaches, rivers, streams, lakes, and harbors.
These are found near water, in urban zones, and near swamps, marshes, and wetlands.
Obviously, these are found on the ground, and if you didn’t see that coming, I don’t know what’s wrong with you.
These Pokémon, like Pikachu, are found in residential zones, power plants, and during thunderstorms. You may be arrested for trespassing at power plants, and be careful not to be struck by lightning. My sisters basically cried when Pikachu evaded them yesterday.
These are found at gyms and arenas and don’t often leave urban areas.
These Pokémon are found at beaches and hospitals, and can sometimes be found wandering around cities and towns.
These are more common at night and can be found at cemeteries, cinemas, and memorials.
Ghost Type Pokemon:
These are more common in the evening and found in graveyards, parking lots, and places where previous players were run over with cars because they were playing a game instead of following the warning on the startup screen. So if you want to know if ghost Pokémon spawn in graveyards, they sure do, but they also spawn in other places.
I only play the game because my mom and sisters made me. We've been playing for a bit now, but many of the concepts are similar to other video games, so if you are a gamer, it shouldn't be too hard to catch on.
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