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Pokémon Go Strategy:How to catch pokemon in pokemon go?(3)

8/10/16

Pokémon Go has taken the world by storm, with more and more countries joining the fray every week. People everywhere are seemingly running around at random, looking at their phones for one express purpose: to catch 'em all.

I've been playing non-stop since Pokémon Go's debut in the U.S., and I've collected a pretty good list of tips and tricks to help you excel in mobile games Pokémon Go.

Need to know how to start playing? Check out our beginner's guide

11. Play during off-hours

As much fun as it is to play at lunchtime, the afternoon hours are often some of the busiest times for the game. If you can play later in the evening or early in the morning, you'll have a much more enjoyable time exploring the world.

12. Use Ingress to find PokéStops

Niantic used many of the maps within its previous game, Ingress, to populate PokéStops and Gyms in the Pokémon Go world. As such, you can use Ingress's map system to figure out where, exactly, you should target your hunting efforts. (If you see Portals on Ingress's map, those translate to PokéStops.)

13. Drop lures at bars or shops if you don't want to hunt

If it's lazy Pokémon-catching tips you seek, you can find quite a few Pokémon by attaching Lures to your local coffee shop or bar and just sitting back and waiting. You'll usually get a new Pokémon spawning inside the Lure every 3-5 minutes, with a chance of a rare Pokémon appearing. You can stack this with Incense, as well, but Incense will spawn many more Pokémon if you're actually walking through the world (up to 1 a minute) as opposed to staying stationary (more like one every 5 minutes).

14. Be picky with your Stardust and Candy

When you first start Pokémon Go, it's tempting to want to boost and evolve your first Pokémon, but I'd encourage waiting: As you level up, you'll find lots of higher-level creatures — which will often become much more powerful when evolved.

15. When evolving creatures, choose the higher-level creatures

When power boosting your Pokémon, you'll see a level ring around their portrait: The amount filled in the ring indicates their level in comparison to your own max level (the far right side of the ring). If they're close to your level to begin with, the result will be a much-higher evolved creature.

About Rio Summer Games and League of Angels II

The Rio Summer Games is in full swing and the world has been enjoying the great competition while cheering for their favorite athletes. Even League of Angels II has sent a special team to participate in the Summer Games, with Penn determined to win the Gold Medal in Archery and Lucas showing off his spectral horse riding! Players can feel the Olympic fever too as the Summer Games sweeps over Sapphire.

Check LoA2’s Summer Games events below:

A Guide to Enjoying the Summer Games in LoA!

A New Angel Descends to LoA

Stay Cool in League of Angels II this Summer with Bold New Fashion!

The Summer Games Continues In League of Angels II!