After you’ve played the game for a while, you’ll start to realize there’s more to Pokémon Go than seen so far. One of the biggest reasons people continue to play worthless games like Pokémon Go is because they want to get everything in the game, or “Gotta Catch ‘em all.” Games are addicting. If that is the case with you, this page will help you accomplish just that. Below is a list of the rare Pokémon in Pokémon Go, and below that are some tips to help you find rare Pokémon monsters.
The rare Pokémon discovered in Pokémon Go so far are, in order from most common to rarest:
- Vaporeon (he's actually the most powerful one in our Podédex right now)
- Blastoise (he evaded my mom)
- Weepinbell (we have him)
- Tauros (he was hanging out in our backyard)
Because of the way Pokémon Go is created, there is no way to guarantee that you will actually discover a rare Pokémon that you don’t already have. However, there are some things you can do to help yourself find new Pokémon. There are the tips to help you find and capture rare Pokémon.
There are some places that frequently contain rare Pokémon, called nests. The locations of these nests are being shared on web pages, but there is not currently one master list of these nests and their locations. The best way to find rare Pokémon is to continue exploring places where rare Pokémon have been seen before. Use the radar available on the right side of your screen to see if there are any unrecognized creatures nearby. Those unrecognized creatures will show as an outline, meaning they have not yet been categorized in your Pokédex. Lure Modules and Incense can boost the number of Pokémon you encounter at parks and PokéStops.
Also, the amount of rare Pokémon you encounter is based on your level, so level up to find better Pokémon. So how many rare Pokémon do you have?
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