Pokémon GO began releasing Pokémon from the Unova Region on January 10, 2020. Here is a look at the ones I have caught (so far). This blog post will be updated whenever I catch a Unova Region Pokémon that is new to me.Continue Reading “My Pokédex – Unova Region”
On August 3, 2019, Pokémon GO held a Community Day featuring Ralts. I was able to participate in this event, in a very limited way. By the time it was done I felt like I had accomplished something.
The entire reason why I decided to try this Community Day was because a friend mentioned it to me. I was sleeping when my friend sent me a direct message about it. All I could understand, while still asleep, was the friend’s name and something about Pokémon GO. Then, I fell back asleep.Continue Reading “Pokémon GO: Ralts Community Day”
There are a lot of medals that players can earn in Pokémon GO. It is possible to earn all of them simply by playing the game as you typically would.
There are three versions of each medal: Bronze, Silver, and Gold. Some medals offer special bonuses to players, or unlock in-game items.
Here are the medals that I have earned all three versions of in Pokémon GO (so far). This blog post will be updated when I earn more.Continue Reading “Pokémon GO: Medals”
Pokémon GO added Pokémon from the Sinnoh region in January of 2019. The goal of this game is: “Gotta catch ’em all!”. I’ve started working on that, but have a whole lot more Pokémon to collect.
I will update this blog post if/when I catch more Sinnoh region Pokémon.Continue Reading “My Pokédex – Sinnoh Region”
Pokémon from the Hoenn Region were added to Pokémon GO game in January of 2019.
The goal of Pokémon GO is: “Gotta catch ’em all!” I haven’t caught all of the ones from the Hoenn Region yet. I’m working on it.
This blog will be updated if/when I catch Hoenn Region Pokémon that are new to me.Continue Reading “My Pokédex – Hoenn Region”
In February of 2017, Pokémon from the Johto Region in the Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver video games were added to Pokémon GO.
The main goal of Pokémon GO is: “Gotta catch ’em all!” I’m working on it. In this blog post, I have screenshots of all the Pokémon that I have obtained from the Johto Region.Continue Reading “My Pokédex – Johto Region”
Pokémon GO has one main goal: “Gotta catch ’em all!” I’ve been playing the game since shortly after it launched.
In this blog, I have a screenshot of all the Pokémon I’ve caught that are from the Kanto Region. I have not caught them all yet, but I’m working on it. There are a total of 151 Pokémon in the Kanto Region.Continue Reading “My Pokédex – Kanto Region”
The 2018 Valentine’s Day celebration in Pokémon GO was minimalistic. It featured a newly introduced Pokémon called Luvdisc. This one is pink and shaped like a heart, so it made sense to include it in a Valentine’s Day event.
Pokémon GO held a Halloween event that began on October 20, 2017, and ended on November 2, 2017. I tend to enjoy Halloween events in video games, and this one was fun.
Like last year’s Halloween event, there were some Pokémon available that had not been in the game before. This year’s also includes some that had previously been introduced to the game, and that were more prevalent now for Halloween.
Pokémon GO announced Adventure Week – a celebration that started on May 18, 2017, and will end on May 25, 2017. The big thing about this event is that players will see more Rock Pokémon than usual. The announcement specifically named Omanyte, Kabuto, (and their evolutions) and Aerodactyl.
Players could obtain a free Expedition Hat from the wardrobe while Adventure Week was taking place. In addition, Buddy Pokémon will find Candy four times as fast, and PokéStops will provide more items.