Pokémon Go: When Should You Evolve?


There are lots of hobbies to choose from like wanting to spend your spare time playing Pokémon Go. This involves activities of running around in your neighbourhood to catch virtual Pokémon’s that pop-up as if in real life on your phone.

Pokémon Go is the current international mobile app sensation that derives from Pokémon video game series. It was fun to explore the incredible imaginary world “to catch ‘em all.” And today, it’s even more incredible to be able to explore the real world while doing the same thing.

And with this game evolution has always been a vital component. To get your virtual Pokémon character of a Pidgey to a Pidgeotto then a Pidgeot requires work and a whole lot of candy. As when you start Pokémon Go, most of the Pokémon you catch have a low value. This relates to their combat power (CP) and health, which make up how a Pokémon will perform in a battle.

Powering up a Pokémon is how you raise its CP and health and raise its effectiveness when in battle. Evolving only needs Candy, and lots of it. But it’s a fine line as evolving Pokémon in the early stages of the game won’t make sense. The evolution is much more rewarding when you have a more powerful trainer.

And if trying to “catch ’em all while also trying to obtain some of the more powerful Pokémon that rarely appear in the wild evolution is key. Evolution also delivers a substantial one-time boost to the CP of your Pokémon, and this in turn is a huge benefit to anyone who does any serious battling in gyms.

As one of the biggest reasons to evolve a Pokémon is because you get a new Pokémon and you want your Pokedex to be fully stuffed with every character. Also evolve when you come across a Lucky Egg. As it doubles all experience points (XP) for the half-hour after you consume it and evolving a Pokémon gives you a standard 500 XP.


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