Pokémon GO Tour: Kanto begins on Saturday, February 20. Before the event starts, players can prepare to make the day less stressful.
Celebrate Pokemon25th anniversary and fifth anniversary of Pokemon go, the game will have a completely new event for players. On Saturday February 20, instructors can participate in Tour Pokémon GO: Kanto, which will celebrate the Pokémon originally discovered in that region, in several interesting ways.
The Kanto event is fast approaching and players will have tons to keep them busy that day. However, they can prepare, plan, and strategize right now to eliminate potential event stressors and take advantage of everything on offer. Being prepared will greatly enhance the experience for players, and can even help them collect the 150 Pokémon originally discovered in the Kanto region.
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One of the relatively new features of Pokemon go allows players to create multiple tags to assign to their Pokémon. If trainers hope to obtain all 150 Pokémon from the Kanto region, they will have to catch what they can, then trade and evolve others.
Here are two strategies. The first is saving a high percentage of Pokémon players who plan to evolve independently, and simply the way to evolve during the Kanto event. The second is saving Kanto Pokémon that already have tons of candy, like Pidgey or Rattata, to evolve and then transfer to simply count that collection. These strategies may not work for all Pokémon, as not all of them will be available for the event, but they will still shorten the to-do list. Players can simply tag these Pokémon as “Kanto” to have them ready to evolve when the event comes.
Pokémon GO Items and Inventory
Since the focus of Tour Pokémon GO: Kanto is to catch 150 Pokémon, trainers will need to make sure they have enough PokeBalls, as well as enough inventory space. Stocking up early will save precious time on the day of the event, or trainers can play in an area where there are tons of PokéStops to collect needed items.
Pokemon inventory space is also a high priority. Although Trainers will likely not keep all the Pokémon they catch during the event, they should make sure they have enough inventory space to catch as many as they can without having to stop, sort, and transfer unwanted Pokémon. Players have the option of purchasing more storage space, but that can add up quickly.
Additionally, players will want to stock up on candy for hard-to-find Pokémon from the Kanto region, as well as Shiny Pokémon.
Make a plan and set realistic goals
Tour Pokémon GO: Kanto It will last for a full 12 hours, from 9 am to 9 pm local time. Players will have to eat, rest, and charge their devices. Having a plan in place will help ensure that you get the most out of the event, without sacrificing the necessary personal care during the event. There is no one correct way to play, and some players can pick up the game for a couple of hours, while others can play for much longer, but breaks are important.
To that end, players must also set goals in advance. They must decide how many Pokémon they want to catch on the day of the event, versus how many they want to catch the following week. Players who trade with friends also need to coordinate. Since the event is available in a red version and a green version, and the spawning of Pokémon in each will be different, this will affect the number of Pokémon that players can acquire.
Pokémon GO Tour: Kanto takes place on Saturday, February 20. Tickets are already available.
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