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Pokémon Go’s latest hard-to-find creature is 26 times

As it stated in Unown in the Pokémon anime The Pokémon Company / Screenshot via YouTubeForget the hunt for Ditto – Pokémon Go’s latest hard-to-find creature is 26 times harder to find.
ADVERTISEMENTAmongst the 80 new Pokémon recently added to the mobile game is Unown, referred to as the ‘Symbol Pokémon’.
The one caught knew the moves Hidden Power and Struggle, and if placed as your Trainer’s buddy Pokémon, Unown will generate one Candy for every 5km walked.
If there’s a trick to finding or catching all Unown in Pokémon Go, it’s currently, well, unknown.
ADVERTISEMENTThe American player, who posted screens of his capture, also provided a bit of information on how Unown functions in Pokémon Go.

Pokémon Go’s Best Remaining Trackers

As it stated in Pokemon GoAhead of Pokémon Go’s big February update, which added 80 new monsters, Niantic and the Pokémon Company did a big sweep of third-party Pokémon trackers.
There’s a reason why so many popped up in the first place: Pokémon Go’s native tracker was widely considered garbage.
Third-party apps cut out the wandering and exploring that Pokémon Go’s tracker encourages by directing players to specific locations for specific Pokemon.
AdvertisementWaves of cease-and-desist letters brought down over a dozen third-party trackers since the mobile game’s explosive July, 2016 release.
And in case you’re still unsatisfied with Pokémon Go’s in-game tracker, we’ve compiled them for you.

On the hunt for Pokémon Go's 80-plus new monsters
On the hunt for Pokémon Go’s 80-plus new monsters

As it stated in These 80-plus new monsters are all second-generation Pokémon from the Johto region, which means they first debuted in Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver for the Game Boy Color in 2000.
All of the monsters released in the initial incarnation of Pokémon Go, meanwhile, were from the original Game Boy games, Pokémon Blue and Red.
Those charming beasts, from 2002’s Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire, will hopefully pop up sometime later this year.
It finally happened: more than 80 new monsters have been added to Pokémon Go in the app’s latest update.
Still, given that you probably won’t stumble upon those special Pokémon on the map, these new evolution items add another wrinkle to the chase.

collected by :Syrena Smith

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