collected by :Molly Tony
as informed in
For Pokémon hunters in Somerset, there still seems to be plenty of hotspots and nest that are worth checking out.
So, for all of you that missed hordes of Pokémon fanatics roaming around parks, you will be happy again.
For those people in the Yeovil area, it seems that near Burger King in the Borough is almost guaranteed to have Pokémon action.
Not only that though, it is believed that legendary Pokémon will be released too.
It was one of the biggest crazes of last year until the joy of Pokémon Go started to wane, almost as quickly as it appeared.
As it stated in
It’s unclear when any of these new features — and others, like shiny Pokémon and Pokémon genders, both of which turned up in datamine — will make it into the base game.
Dataminers have pored through the files for Pokémon Go’s latest version update, and they’ve found numerous signs of even bigger updates to come.
There are five items that appear by name in the datamined game code, which will be familiar to longtime fans of the handheld Pokémon adventures.
For now, Pokémon Go players can continue trying to hatch all of those second-gen baby Pokémon.
Instead, these odd Pokémon come in several different forms, taking on the alphabet as well as a pair of punctuation.
As it stated in
‘Pokémon Go’ Update: The definitive guide to gender politics in the new Pokémon universe
The idea that Pokémon have gender at all is something I’ve never considered (except for Nidoran, I guess).
Source: BulbapediaAnd, while most Pokémon can be male or female, there are some mono-gendered Pokémon, which is a whole other matter.
For example, male mallards have bright, green heads, whereas female mallards are speckled and brown all over.
For example, female Glooms have one large spot per bud, whereas male Glooms have multiple spots per bud.
If you haven’t heard the news, Pokémon Go players are reporting that they’re starting to find differently gendered Pokémon, where previously, they were only finding Pokémon of a single gender.
collected by :Syrena Smith