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The Second Part Of How to power up a Pokemon Go

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There is also another set of hidden stats called “individual values” that affect the CP-earning potential for each individual Pokémon, including how much CP it earns each time it is powered up and its maximum power level. These values, which are randomized and range from zero to 15, act as a multiplier that affect how much each of a Pokémon’s base stats (strength, defense, and stamina) increase when you power up. Individual values differ, from Pokémon to Pokémon, even among creatures of the same species. If you catch a Pokémon with a CP, but a lower potential (level), it probably has a higher individual value for at least one base stat.cheap pokemon go account for sale

Since launch, developer Niantic Labs has taken a step towards letting competitive players check the stats for their Pokémon. If you want to get a general sense of a Pokémon’s individual values before giving it away, you can use the “appraise” feature to get a vague sense of its strengths. Keep reading for a detailed guide for using and decoding their messages.  There is a handy user-made breakdown of all the equations for stats and CP available here, for those so inclined.

If this all sounds complicated, that’s because it is. Bear in mind that a Pokemon’s stat values are randomized, which makes creating the most powerful possible team a bit of a toss up. It becomes even more of a toss up when you factor in that move-sets for Pokémon are also random, and are randomly re-selected every time they evolve.

As a general rule of thumb, try to hold off on powering up your Pokémon too much before they’re fully-evolved, as evolving is a better use of your candies. You are also more likely to find Pokémon with higher stats as your trainer level rises, So powering them up doesn’t add too much value in the early stages of the game. Plus, it’s better to power up a fully evolved Pokémon with moves you’re happy with, rather than pumping up a weaker Pokémon only to have it lose its moves when it evolves and be ineffective.

Until game developers introduce trading, the only other way to collect Pokémon besides catching and evolving them is by hatching Pokémon eggs. You collect Pokémon eggs as rewards for leveling up, and randomly at Pokéstops. Eggs do require a couple things in order to hatch, however.There is also a hidden fourth starter, Pikachu. You have to follow some simple, but specific steps in order to get the electric mouse to appear — thankfully, we’ve got a detailed guide describing exactly what to do.

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Pokemon GO Devs Still Exploring Multiplayer in the game

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On the eve of Pokémon GO’s release, over a thousand people gathered at the Sydney Opera House in Australia, some coming from as far as Germany and China, to participate in a major competitive event for Ingress, the preceding augmented reality game from Niantic, the developers of Pokémon GO.

Players representing the two rival “Enlightened” and “Resistance” factions fought real-world battles all over Sydney throughout the day, with the Enlightened winning the day’s conflict. These large-scale battles have previously taken place in cities around the globe–San Diego, Moscow, Dublin, and Kuala Lumpur to name a few recent ones

Over 6,000 people took part at the last event in Japan. These massive multiplayer events set up by Niantic for Ingress potentially give us a preview of what the developer has in store for the future of Pokémon GO Account.

“Our original thesis was that people would just go out with their friends and play” said Archit Bhargava, who has been with Niantic since 2011. “But what ended up happening in small towns and smaller cities was that people would meet other people in the world while playing Ingress, and friendships started emerging and that social aspect became the biggest thing. That became a new tenant for us: that we wanted to encourage social fun, which is why we started doing a lot of events.”

Niantic, which had its beginnings in the Google Earth team, launched Ingress in 2012 and the game has since registered over 15 million users. Like Pokémon GO, players fight to gain control of Portals placed in real-world locations of cultural significance. However in Ingress, the capture of these locations can be coordinated with other players to create Control Fields, capturing a geographical area for a team.

The largest control field ever captured in Ingress history had points established in Greece, Germany, and Ukraine. The average distance between points was 1,928km, took months of planning and required the coordination of 200 players.

With Pokémon GO however, there are no immediate plans to create something of Ingress’ scale. GO players can travel to Pokémon gyms placed at major cultural landmarks, and can fight for control of these points on behalf of their chosen faction: Team Valor (Red), Team Mystic (Blue), or Team Instinct (Yellow). This is currently the only competitive aspect.

“The multiplayer aspect is still something we’re exploring, we’re still trying to figure out what’s the best way to do that”, Bhargava admitted. “So far we’ve learned that multiplayer battles are a lot of fun. When two people from different teams show up at a rival gym, if they collaborate and both have their Pokémon deployed to battle at the same time, they can take down a stronger gym faster.”

“But we’re trying our best to rethink what the experience should be; what that real-world Pokémon experience should be like. Obviously we’re learning from Ingress, but it’s going to be a pretty different game. We have a vision for Pokémon, we’re gonna execute on it, but we’re gonna learn based on what the community reaction is.””onixgo

That community is expected to be huge. Although Ingress’ huge player-base, strategic game mechanics, and original sci-fi world is something Niantic is visibly proud of, Bhargava acknowledged that the appeal of Pokémon GO, and Pokémon’s enormous existing fan base would likely dwarf Ingress’ quickly.

However, they’re not perturbed. “For us, we’re really trying to create the genre of real-world gaming. No one’s really done this in a way that we were all excited about” he said. “It’s all about getting people moving, getting them exploring the world around them.”

“We’re not that worried about the effect that each game might have on the other, but what we’re hoping is that with both these games, the overall pie of real world games will increase. There could be a board game you could make in the real world where people are capturing locations like Risk or something. My personal fantasy is like a Game of Thrones game where Westeros is mapped out on Earth and you join House Stark or whatever.”

Before Pokémon GO and Ingress, Niantic developed the Field Trip app while still a part of Google. This app served as a geolocation-based tour guide for smartphones: When you got close to a place of significance, it would notify you with with historical trivia regarding the location. This sentiment–teaching people about local lore–has underscored their projects ever since.

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Have you encountered any problems with the Incubator in Pokemon GO?

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Some players have reported issues with the Incubator Walk Distance Tracker in Pokemon GO.
“a few days ago, the game’s reported distance walked was up to about 90% of actual, now it’s back down below 55%.
Whenever I walk out for a Pokemon walk, I run a run/walk distance tracking app in the background to compare my actual distance traveled with the distance reported by my egg incubators, Pokemon GO used to report less than 50% of the actual distance I traveled, I would have to walk more than 10km to hatch a 5km egg.
Last week, the app’s accuracy improved, reported almost 90% of the distance I traveled while walking with the app open. I remember reading posts about how they improve their distance-tracking system, and thought they have basically fixed the issue.
However, yesterday and today, the accuracy has dropped back down, falling below 55%-about as bad as it was before the system seems to improved. For example, after putting a 5k egg in the incubator, I walked 8.24km today, yet my egg didn’t even hatch, I reached just 4.5km by the time my walk was over.
Additionally, I noticed that when the distance tracker was more accurate, the incubator distance updated a few times a minute, but now it’s back to updating every 5 minutes or so.”

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