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  • Pokémon Go has been released and plenty of players are already enjoying it, including

  • us. But the game doesn’t do a whole lot to teach you about its basics, mechanics,

  • and other aspects. So were here to break it down and go over some tips so that you

  • can enjoy your Pokémon Go experience right away or when it’s available.

  • Pokémon Go is a free augmented reality mobile game on iOS and Android where the main goal

  • is to catch Pokémon in your neighborhood. For now, only the Pokémon from Generation

  • 1 are available to catch. However, what’s available for players to catch is dependent

  • upon their location. While catching Pokémon is the main focus, there are other goals as

  • well, such as visiting Poké Stops and Gyms, strengthening and evolving your Pokémon,

  • and hatching eggs.

  • Pokémon can be found in a variety of places, as long as the Pokémon Go app is open. Pokémon

  • will appear on the game’s GPS map and your phone will buzz to indicate when a new one

  • is nearby. If you want to catch it, simply tap the Pokémon to initiate the capture phase.

  • It is also possible to use the item Incense to temporarily increase the chances of a Pokémon

  • appearing while walking, or alternatively, you can install a Lure Module at a Poké Stop

  • by tapping the blank area above the landmark emblem. This will temporarily lure Pokémon

  • to that Poké Stop--and not just for you, but other Pokémon Trainers too! As for finding

  • new Pokémon outside your immediate area--well, youre going to have to get out there and

  • explore!

  • Aye, that’s a tough one! So as weve already mentioned, the types of Pokemon you can find

  • change depending on the region. But if youre looking for a specific Pokémon in your area,

  • there is a “Nearby Pokémonicon in the bottom-right corner of the map that will show

  • up to nine Pokémon that are close, along with footstep symbols, which display how close

  • you are to that Pokémon. Three steps means it’s within a kilometer, two steps a hundred

  • meters, one step means it’s within just ten meters, and no steps means you will encounter

  • it soon.

  • If you want to find a specific Pokémon, tap its icon to highlight it. This will change

  • the Nearby Pokémon icon to that particular Pokémon and its footsteps, making it slightly

  • easier to pinpoint as you roam around. The map will also show shaking grass at times

  • which indicates a Pokémon should be around that area though it’s not always a guarantee.

  • Unlike traditional Pokémon battles, you don’t actually fight the wild Pokemon in Go. Instead,

  • you just throw Pokéballs until one actually hits the Pokemon and captures it--but it only

  • counts if it hits the Pokémon first before it touches the ground. Now during battle,

  • a circle will appear around the Pokémon that comes in three colors; green, orange, and

  • red, which respectively represent easy, medium, and hard catches. This dictates how likely

  • a Pokémon is to break out of a Pokeball--and if a more difficult Pokémon escapes several

  • balls in a row, it might run away. Fortunately, there are several items that can help better

  • the odds of a successful capture, such Great and Ultra Balls, as well as Razz Berries that

  • can be fed to the Pokémon to make the next Pokéball thrown have a higher chance of capture.

  • The colored circles serve another purpose though; it's not just capturing the Pokemon

  • that matters--but how well you time the throw. So normally, each capture nets you 100 XP

  • by default, though youll get a 500 XP bonus if it’s a new Pokemon. But you can increase

  • that XP count even more the closer that colored circle is to the center of the stationary

  • white one at the time of capture: So youll receive a “Nicebonus of 10 XP if it’s

  • close, a “Greatbonus of 50 XP, if it’s even closer, and anExcellentbonus

  • of 100 XP if its dead center. And if that’s not enough, you can net another minor bonus

  • of 10 XP if you catch the Pokemon with a curveball--which you can do by shaking the Pokéball until

  • it sparkles and then immediately flicking it. You can also double the XP you receive

  • if a Lucky Egg item is used and in effect.

  • Well, you can evolve them to start! Besides experience points, catching a Pokémon will

  • always net the player 100 Stardust and 3 Candies for that specific Pokémon’s evolutionary

  • chain. These items are required to make your Pokémon stronger, increase HP, and eventually

  • evolve, both of which increase their Combat Power, or CP for short, and the higher the

  • CP, the stronger the Pokémon. But there is a bit more to it, namely in relation to the

  • Stardust.

  • When you look at your Pokémon’s CP, you will see an arc that a white line is filling

  • in. This is the Pokémon’s potential and it is broken up by percentages. Every 20%

  • the amount of Stardust needed to increase the Pokémon’s power will increase as well.

  • The first 20% is 200 Stardust, 21 to 40% is 400 Stardust, and so on until the maximum

  • of 1000 Stardust. However, even if you have the right amount of Stardust, you won’t

  • be able to increase your Pokémon’s CP past a certain percentage until your trainer level

  • is high enough. The higher the level, the farther you can push its power on the scale.

  • While 1 piece of Candy is used for each power increase, the Candies are mainly used to evolve

  • Pokémon. Different Pokémon require different amounts of Candy to evolve, but it’s usually

  • either 12, 25, 50, or 100. The lone exception is Magicarp which requires 400 of its Candies

  • to evolve. Evolution will increase the Pokémon’s CP but it will not affect the CP scale percentage.

  • Whatever it was at before evolution is where itll stay afterward. CP is used exclusively

  • at Gyms which is the only place battles can occur.

  • While Pokémon gain CP, Trainers gain Levels. Those levels mark when certain things become

  • available. The best example is how Gyms cannot be claimed until the player has reached level

  • 5. But this level also marks when new items become available such as Potions and Revives,

  • both of which are necessary now that battles can take place. Each level will give the player

  • more of these items as well as allow you to further increase the power of your Pokémon.

  • In short, Pokémon Gyms are essentially control points for players to claim on behalf of their

  • team by assigning it a Pokemon. It’s here that battles take place and currency can be

  • earned. However, Gyms can’t be accessed until you reach Level 5. And once you access

  • one for the first time, youll be prompted to pick one of three Teams: Team Valor, Mystic,

  • or Instinct aka Teams Red, Blue, and Yellow. Each has a leader and are represented by one

  • of the Legendary Birds though it mainly serves as a way for players to divide themselves

  • into groups. Each group can attempt to claim a Gym as their own which will net them Poké

  • Coins for use in the Shop. The coins are earned based on the number of gyms under your control

  • though, and unfortunately, you only earn 10 coins per Gym with a max of 10. This makes

  • earning Poké Coins rather tricky since it’s the only way to obtain them in-game. The other

  • option is to purchase them with real-world money in the form of microtransactions. The

  • Shop holds all the items weve mentioned before along with Egg Incubators, an upgrade

  • to your Bag to hold more items, and a Pokémon Storage Upgrade to hold more Pokémon.

  • Gyms that are unclaimed are shown as Silver, but if it’s any other color, it’s controlled

  • by that Team. To claim an empty Gym, simply tap the icon on the left side of the screen

  • to pick one of your Pokémon. That Pokémon will then defend the Gym, but you will be

  • unable to interact with it unless it’s been defeated so there’s no way to further evolve

  • it or increase its CP. Now when under a Team’s control, the Gym can gain levels in the form

  • of Prestige, which is earned when the controlling Team wins battles against challengers. Obtaining

  • Prestige will increase the Gym’s Level and allow for more players from your Team to place

  • their Pokémon in the Gym in an effort to better defend it.

  • On the other hand, if you challenge a Gym, youre able to choose up to six Pokémon

  • from your collection. Battles are incredibly simple, mainly consisting of the player tapping

  • the screen to have their Pokémon attack, and swiping left or right to dodge enemy moves.

  • Yeah, it may be simple, but dodging could really save your Pokémon! Now every Pokémon

  • has two attacks; their primary move and a Special Move that’s charged during battle,

  • which is automatically used as your next attack when ready. A Pokémon’s special attack

  • can be different even within the same species. One Pidgey could have Aerial Ace while another

  • has Air Cutter.

  • However, winning a battle does not automatically make the Gym yours--instead, itll lower

  • its Prestige Points--and itll remain in their possession until their Prestige reaches

  • zero. Now it is possible to challenge a Gym again right away in order to quickly accomplish

  • this although your Pokémon’s damage does not recover. The only way to currently heal

  • your Pokémon is by using Potions or Revives, which are obtained through Poké Stops and

  • leveling up your Trainer. It’s also possible to battle against your own Gym in order to

  • test the defenses, raise its Prestige, and earn XP. Of course, the higher your Pokémon’s

  • CP, the better chance it has in battle.

  • Poké Stops are places of interest near you where you can get free stuff! Who doesn't

  • like free stuff?! They can be buildings like churches, small local monuments or historical

  • signs, and even public art projects. They are marked by a blue landmark emblem that

  • enlarges once you are within range. By tapping on it, you can see what the point of interest

  • is and sometimes even get information about it. Swiping across the marker causes it to

  • spin and drop random items like Pokéballs, Pokémon Eggs, Potions, and Revives, as well

  • as a small amount of experience points. After using a Poké Stop, its color will change

  • to purple to show that it’s already been used. However, it only takes a few minutes

  • for it to refresh, allowing you to continually get new items if you so choose.

  • When you receive a Pokémon Egg, you can look at it in the Pokémon screen under the Egg

  • tab. From here you can place it in your incubator which begins the process of hatching it, and

  • is powered by you walking. The distance is different for each egg, and weve seen them

  • range from two kilometers to ten so far. Once you begin Pokémon Go, you will have an incubator

  • right away that can be used an infinite number of times. It is possible to find or buy more

  • but they have a limit of three uses. Finally, eggs will only hatch if the player is walking.

  • Thanks to the GPS, Pokémon Go is able to determine your speed so trying to cheat by

  • riding in a car, train, or plane will not be counted toward the required distance. In

  • addition, the app must be open while walking or it will not be counted.

  • Medals are the achievements of Pokémon Go. They track how far youve walked, how many

  • Pokémon youve caught and their types, how many Gym Battles youve won, and various

  • other aspects. Each medal has a bronze, silver, and gold requirement that gradually increases

  • the number needed to earn that achievement. Upon earning a medal, you will also obtain

  • some XP.

  • And that covers the basics of Pokémon Go. It’s not too difficult to learn once youve

  • got the hang of it and can be addicting in its own way. Let us know if you have any tips

  • of your own in the comments. Thanks for watching and be sure to subscribe to GameXplain for

  • more on Pokémon and other things gaming!

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