Everything we know on the elusive region-locked Pokémon for each released generation.
Pokémon Go region exclusives tie a handful of the first three Generations to specific locations around the globe.
Gen 1's Tauros, Kangaskhan, Mr. Mime and Farfetch'd, Gen 2's Heracross and Corsola, and Gen 3's Zangoose, Seviper, Lunatone, Solrock, Illumise, Volbeat, Tropius and Relicanth are creatures in question, which are all region-locked to specific locations, making them among the rarest in Pokémon Go.
Over a year after release and, by and large, the creatures have remained locked to their specific regions, except in a handful of special events. So unless you travel a lot, if you're patient you might have the chance to catch something you'll never find on your shores.
What you didn't know about catching Pokémon out in the real world, including details of December 2017's Gen 3 update.
Pokémon Go, the location-based free-to-play game that has taken the iOS and Android app stores by storm, allows players to use the original 151 Pokémon in real-world locations, as Google Maps data turns parks, shops and churches into places where you can capture, train and battle creatures.
Every source of Ghost-type Pokémon so you can grind out that Research.
Ghost-type Pokémon are one of the hardest types to find in Pokémon Go, but if you're working your way through the various Research quests for tracking down Mew, you're going to need to find them in bulk.
How to find out the best, most powerful Gen 1, 2, and 3 moveset for your Pokémon.
Pokémon moves have been an integral part of the franchise since its inception, from the damage counters of the Trading Card Game through to the bombastic Z-Moves of Pokémon Sun and Moon. Pokémon Go moves, of course, continue the trend, and whilst battling is still basic compared to the main games, much of the playerbase are now at the point where there's an interest in maximising CP for the strongest team, along with catching the best Pokémon in Pokémon Go and, of course, figuring out their strongest moves.
Everything we know about the upcoming Pokémon Go Kanto Week event.
Pokémon Go's Kanto event, also known as Kanto Week, was announced somewhat under the radar at first, with it getting just a few lines of detail in a Pokémon Go newsletter before the last minute announce ahead of launch.
All the details surrounding Pokémon Go's Easter event, from bonus Candy to new 2km Egg Pokémon.
Pokémon Go's Easter Eggstravaganza event starts a little earlier this year, and ends at the start of April, bringing with it the expected new Egg list changes but also a slightly different bonus to Stardust and Candy.
The best ways to gather Stardust, from Eggs to Gyms, and what Star Pieces do.
Stardust is an oft-neglected resource in Pokémon Go, what with all that delicious, definitely-not-made-from-Pokémon Candy to busy yourself with - we've lined up some tips for how to get Candy, if you're looking for more on that - but it actually plays an extremely central role, and the decisions you make on how you use it will likely be the difference between an average player and the very best.
All the details surrounding this year's Pokémon Go's hound-themed Lunar New Year update.
The Pokémon Go Lunar New Year event has arrived, coming hot on the heels of the Valentine's Day event, bringing with it more boosts, increased spawns of dog (or dog-like) Pokémon, and another shiny version, too.
Here's what items and rewards you unlock as you collect XP, and when.
As you play Pokémon Go, you quickly realise increasing your Trainer Level allows you to encounter Pokémon at higher CP levels - helpful for raising a powerful squad to take on Gyms - and that it increases your chances of discovering rarer Pokémon out in the wild.
Calculate the damage for any matchup with our Type Chart.
Pokémon Go, just like any other Pokémon game, revolves around a system of Pokémon Types, where one Type is either strong or weak - super effective or not very effective - against another, dealing additional or reduced damage as a result.
What new water and ice Pokémon you'll encounter and other benefits this holiday.
Pokémon Go's Christmas event follows the lead of the Halloween event earlier this year, introducing a wave of new Gen 3 creatures themed around the holiday in question - in this instance, water and ice - for players to catch.
New update! Plus: how to win the current Gym Battles and earn their spoils.
Pokémon Go Gyms are towering, spinning monuments found out in the wild, which can be captured from other Teams with gym battles, and defended by adding your own Pokémon to their roster. You'll need to join a Team to take part - you can join a team once your Trainer level hits 5 - and when you next interact with a Gym, Professor Willow invites you to join one of the game's three teams - Team Instinct, Team Mystic, or Team Valor.
The differences between the teams are purely cosmetic, but it's worth siding with the same team as a friend, allowing you to tackle Gyms easier. Once you have joined a team, you can help defend or challenge Gyms at your leisure.
Things have changed since Gyms first launched though; gone is the Prestige system and the 10 Pokémon limit, and in comes a new system focused on Motivation, some new items, and even some Gym Medals, too.
New items, Evolution and Power Up mechanics explained with a flowchart.
Once you've started collecting enough Pokémon, you'll want to turn your attention to evolving and Powering Up to discover new creatures and make them strong enough to defend and capture Gyms. It's a surprisingly complicated decision to make, now that we know more about how complex Pokémon Go can be, so we'll start at the beginning by explaining how the evolution process works and what you should be paying attention to, before talking about when you should evolve and when you should Power Up those Pokémon.
What's more elusive - Abra, Charmander or Dratini?
There's more than one objective to Pokémon Go, but one of the most obvious is of course collecting rare Pokémon. As with much of Pokémon go however, Pokémon rarity is an inexact science, with much of it down to a combination of anecdote and community-sourced findings.
Special events and their unique spawns happening this summer.
Pokémon Go Fest Chicago marked the first anniversary of Pokémon Go this summer, with plans to kick off a series of mystery challenges and rewards for Pokémon Go players worldwide.
Unfortunately things didn't exactly go to plan, with major connection issues undermining players' ability to take part.
The event is the first official gathering of players, and was set to debut one of the most anticipated features - the arrival of Legendary Pokémon - but instead of the planned mass Legendary raiding, those Legendaries and the various in-game bonus rewards were unlocked for free instead.
All the details on the first in-game event since Pokémon Go's anniversary.
The Pokémon Go Equinox event takes place at the end of September, and is set to introduce new, special Eggs containing rare Pokémon, new Super Incubators for hatching Eggs faster, and bonuses to Stardust and XP from certain activities, too.
When and where to make use of the set of encounter-ready Berries.
Pokémon Go Berries are one of many types of items you can collect as you roam around the real-world, and one of the few you can employ as you encounter wild creatures, changing the way Pokémon behave, making them easier to catch or giving you bonuses.
Everything you need to know about the Pokémon Go Anniversary and Pikachu's latest cool hat.
As if this summer hasn't already been exciting enough for Pokémon Go, the latest announcement means we can soon expect the arrival of Ash Hat Pikachu to celebrate the one-year Pokémon Go anniversary event this July 6th.
Is there a benefit to choosing one team over the others?
Pokémon Go is, by and large, a peaceful game; one which brings people together, gets kids out of the house, and infuriates cynics across the land. But that could all be about to change, thanks to the Pokémon Go Teams.
We delve into the new Appraisal feature, as well as telling you how what CP, HP, IVs are and how they work.
Much like the main Pokémon games, alongside the standard combat modifiers like Type advantages and weaknesses, it turns out Pokémon Go has a whole secret layer of stats for every creature in the game, with hidden values for a Pokémon's Attack, Defence, and Stamina that's linked to their CP. And like the main Pokémon games, it's possible to expose these values and maximise them to make your Pokémon as strong as possible.
How to get the most out of the November seasonal event.
It looks like Niantic is planning regular seasonal events, with a Pokémon Go Thanksgiving event following on from a Halloween-themed event in October.
In short, the event doubles the amount of Stardust and XP you'll receive for the duration, and as an extra treat, has ushered in the arrival of one of the game's more elusive Pokémon - Ditto - into the wild.
If you're smart, you can make a lot of gains with your Trainer level and growing your team over the next week.
Here's how much XP and Stardust you get for playing Pokémon Go each day.
For those still playing Pokémon Go after its colossal summer debut, developer Niantic is rewarding players who regularly check in with a series of Pokémon Go Daily Bonuses, which could be the perfect incentive to go outdoors in these cold winter months.
Every Medal listed that will increase your capture rates.
When you first start playing Pokémon Go, you'll notice you'll be occasionally interrupted by full-screen prompts telling you about a Medal you've just unlocked - not unlike the full-screen prompts you get when you increase a Trainer level.
How to start with Ash's favourite Pokémon over Bulbasaur, Charmander or Squirtle.
When you start your journey in Pokémon Go, after creating a Trainer and setting a username - don't worry, you can change name and appearance later - Professor Willow will offer you one of three Pokemon to choose from.
There's various ways to help your Poké adventure last longer on your phone.
Alongside on-going issues with servers, error messages and crashes in Pokémon Go, users have been vocal about the battery drain has on phone batteries, likely due to the fact the GPS and data-using app needs to be open at all times during use.
How you can swap the look and nickname of your Trainer.
While Pokémon Go is at its core a very sociable game, it lacks the usual connected features - such as friends lists or leaderboards - you come to expect from a mobile game. There is, however, one way to show your Trainer to others, as depositing your Pokémon at a Gym displays nickname and Trainer's appearance for everyone nearby to see.
How to trap Pokémon effectively inside those valuable Pokéballs.
Once you have found your Pokémon - whether it was by finding the Pokémon Type by location, or from using the in-game radar or a tracker like Pokevision - you then have to then catch it inside a Pokéball.
Pokémon Go isn't the most reliable game right now, so here's now to navigate its various errors.
Thanks to its immense popularity and the app still rolling out in new regions worldwide, Pokémon Go has had its share of server issues and server stability. Waves of new users can take its toll on the online-only game, seeing occasional bouts of server downtime and instability that presents users with error messages and crashes.
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