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Posted on: Mar 6 2017, 04:49 PM
Hatching and Catching
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HATCHING A POKEMON One of the first things you're probably going to want to do when you get accepted is expand your team a bit. Located in Ardale, the farmlands provide a selection of eggs available for purchase.
The farmlands, tended to by breeders, offer a variety of species at assorted prices, and typically accept requests for specific Pokemon listed in their ranch. These terms are subject to change on a per-breeder basis, however, so be sure to read over their opening post for potential stipulations and additional fees. Please note that a breeder is not allowed to sell their pokemon for lower than the following price floors:
A breeder is the only character type permitted to sell pokemon that originate from an egg. If you catch a pokemon in a thread, you are free to sell it off or trade it with another person.
The Pokemon Improvement Facility features the Breeding Center. Via the Breeding Center, members may, once a week, request a clutch of 3 eggs that may reflect the species of either parent, Ditto excluded.
As with all threads, read the opening post. Of chief importance to hatching, note that eggs purchased from ranches or spawned from the Breeding Center require two days before they may be hatched or otherwise encountered.
CATCHING A POKEMONIn moderated wild threads, you have the opportunity to catch a Pokemon that you encounter. It's fairly easy to catch a Pokemon, however, as you have an infinite amount of normal average pokéballs and a fainted Pokemon is a guaranteed 100% catch rate. Be careful though, while you have unlimited normal pokeballs total you only have five per thread!
Posted on: Jan 30 2018, 09:38 PM
You gotta work for these!
Some Pokemon are rare. This means that you have to look a little longer and a little harder for them than regular Common or Uncommon Pokemon. Common pokemon are pokemon that are listed as frequent in the areas across the site while Uncommons are pokemon that show up every once in a great while just about anywhere and in swarms. When you pick your starting pokemon, it can only be either a Common, Uncommon, or a Starter.
There are three kinds of Rare Pokémon on-site, and I'll explain them here.
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