As the world’s obsession with Pokémon Go continues to grow at an alarming rate, majority of trainers are desperate for obtaining rare Pokémon or growing tired of catching thousands of Pidgey, Zubat and Drowzee Pokémon. In this post, we will explain all the necessary steps involved in collecting Pokemon Go Eggs, hatching Pokemon Eggs, distances required to hatch Pokemon GO Eggs, as well as Pokemon GO Egg Chart-how to predict the kind of Pokémon you will get from eggs.
The best part of Pokémon Go, is the excitement of finding a new monster whether it is hidden in a local park, by the bank of a river or even your own back garden. There is, however, a second way of obtaining different species and that is through Pokémon Eggs. Another exciting features in Pokemon Go is collecting Eggs, hatching them and adding rare and powerful Pokemon to your Pokedex.
At the start of Pokémon Go game, trainers or players are given an egg incubator that has unlimited uses. These are used to incubate eggs while you move. Incubators can only hold one egg at a time, so you won’t really need multiple incubators unless you wish to hatch several eggs at once. In case you need another Incubator, you can always obtain temporary incubator that can be purchased using coins in the Shop tab as well. Like many things on Pokemon GO, not all of it is well explained. Here, we will show you exactly how to hatch Pokemon eggs, and what Pokemon you could get from your 2km, 5km, 10km eggs hatch.
Pokemon GO Egg Guide
Here are the basics on everything Pokemon Eggs in Pokémon Go.
How To find a Pokémon egg?
In pokemon Go, all baby Pokémon hatch from eggs laid by their mothers. Although two Pokémon of different species can mate, the baby will always be the same kind of Pokémon as its mother. Since you can’t breed for them, you’ll have to collect Pokémon eggs in the wild. The only way to get Pokemon eggs is by visiting PokeStops. Eggs are not guaranteed at every PokéStop, but you’ll receive plenty if you swing by PokéStops regularly.
PokéStops are usually found in the world near public art, unique architecture, or public gathering places. If you don’t yet, how PokéStops looks like, on your Map View, PokéStops are represented by blue squares. When you’re close enough to a PokéStop to search it, the box on top of the blue square will open. To collect an item or egg just spin the Photo Disc to gather items. If you want o find out or check what items you have, just touch the Main Menu and then the Bag while in Map View.
How to Hatch Egg in Pokémon Go or How To hatch a Pokémon Egg?
After you’ve got an egg, it will stay in your items forever, so you need to put it in an incubator to actually start the hatching process. You’ll already have one from the beginning of the game, but you can also buy more should you want to hatch more than one egg at a time. Use your incubator with a little strategy. The orange infinity incubator can be used, well, infinite times, while the blue incubators can only be used a few times. However, the limited-use incubators hatch eggs quicker than the infinity incubator. To hatch Pokemon Egg, just follow the below instructions;
1. Go to your Map View.
2. Tap the Main Menu.
3. Touch Pokémon icon.
4. At the top of the screen, tap the word Eggs.
5. Then select one of your Eggs.
6. Once you selected the egg, tap on Start Incubation.
7. Select an incubator to use on your Egg, to start the hatching process.
8. Walk to hatch the Egg.
Each Egg displays the number of kilometers you must walk for the Egg to hatch. In general, the more kilometers required, the rarer the Pokémon that will hatch. A notification will appear when the Egg has hatched. Once you hit the required distance your egg will hatch, revealing a brand-new Pokémon – and hopefully the one you’re after. Some eggs contain Pokemon, while others let you hatch out goodies including stardust, candies or experience.
Always make sure you have the Pokémon GO app open while you walk, when the Pokémon GO app is closed it won’t count toward hatching your Eggs. Also don’t try to cheat, Pokemon GO app is not stupid. If you are travelling more than 20 miles an hour, your distance credit will not be counted. You must be moving at a walking pace, or close to it, in order for the egg to hatch. Some players have found that biking, skating, and skateboarding works as well.
What Pokémon You Can Get From Eggs
In Pokémon Go, Eggs come in three distances: 2km (1.2mi), 5km (3.1mi), and 10km (6.2mi). The travel distance indicated beneath each egg determines the potential rarity of the Pokémon that can hatch from that egg. An egg’s travel distance can be between 2, 5, and 10 kilometers.
Pokemon GO Egg Chart
The distribution of these seems to be relatively random, however 5km seems to be somewhat more common than the others. Rarer Pokémon tend to require more steps. Pokemon’s strength (and rarity) is usually determined by the distance you need to walk to hatch the Egg. You will also get anything between three and 35 candies specific to that species – a vital resource for evolving your Pokemon later on.
Pokémon Egg List
You want to know what kind of Pokémon hatch from eggs? We’ve listed the types of Pokémon you can expect from each egg based on travel distance.
Pokémon Egg – 2 Kilometers Eggs or 2km Egg
Bulbasaur: Along with Charmander and Squirtle, Bulbasaur is one of the three starter Pokémon
Type: Grass, Poison
Evolution: Bulbasaur evolves into Ivysaur starting at level 16, which evolves into Venusaur starting at level 32.
Charmander: Along with Bulbasaur and Squirtle, Charmander is one of three starter Pokémon.
Evolution: It evolves into Charmeleon starting at level 16, which evolves into Charizard starting at level 36.
Squirtle: Along with Bulbasaur and Charmander, Squirtle is one of three starter Pokémon.
Evolution: It evolves into Wartortle starting at level 16, which evolves into Blastoise starting at level 36.
Pikachu: Pikachu is an Electric-type Pokémon. Pikachu is also the starter Pokémon
Evolution: It evolves from Pichu when leveled up with high friendship and evolves into Raichu when exposed to a Thunder Stone.
Clefairy: Clefairy is a Fairy-type Pokémon. Prior to Generation VI, it was a Normal-type Pokémon.
Evolution: Clefairy evolves from Cleffa when leveled up with high friendship and evolves into Clefable when exposed to a Moon Stone.
Jigglypuff: Jigglypuff is a dual-type Normal/Fairy Pokémon. Prior to Generation VI, it was a pure Normal-type Pokémon.
Type: Fairy, Normal
Evolution: Jigglypuff evolves from Igglybuff when leveled up with high friendship and evolves into Wigglytuff when exposed to a Moon Stone.
Zubat: Zubat is a dual-type Poison/Flying Pokémon.
Type: Poison, Flying
Evolution: Zubat evolves into Golbat starting at level 22, which evolves into Crobat when leveled up with high friendship.
Pokémon Egg – 5 Kilometers Eggs or 5km Egg
Oddish: Oddish is a dual-type Grass/Poison Pokémon.
Type: Grass, Poison
Evolution: It evolves into Gloom starting at level 21, which evolves into Vileplume when exposed to a Leaf Stone or into Bellossom when exposed to a Sun Stone.
Poliwag: Poliwag is a Water-type Pokémon.
Evolution: It evolves into Poliwhirl starting at level 25, which evolves into Poliwrath when exposed to a Water Stone or into Politoed when traded holding a King’s Rock.
Bellsprout: Bellsprout is a dual-type Grass/Poison Pokémon.
Evolution: Bellsprout evolves into Weepinbell starting at level 21, which evolves into Victreebel when exposed to a Leaf Stone.
Magnemite: Magnemite is a dual-type Electric/Steel Pokémon. Prior to Generation II, it was a pure Electric-type Pokémon.
Type: Electric, Steel
Evolution: It evolves into Magneton starting at level 30, which evolves into Magnezone when leveled up.
Rhyhorn: Rhyhorn is a dual-type Ground/Rock Pokémon.
Type: Ground, Rock
Evolution: Rhyhorn evolves into Rhydon starting at level 42, which evolves into Rhyperior when traded holding a Protector.
Porygon: Porygon is a Normal-type Pokémon.
Evolution: Porygon evolves into Porygon2 when traded holding an Up-Grade, which evolves into Porygon-Z when traded holding a Dubious Disc.
Pokémon Egg – 10 Kilometers Eggs or 10km Egg
Chansey: Chansey is a Normal-type Pokémon.
Evolution: It evolves from Happiny when leveled up holding an Oval Stone during the day and evolves into Blissey when leveled up with high friendship.
Mr. Mime: Mr. Mime is a dual-type Psychic/Fairy Pokémon. Prior to Generation VI, it was a pure Psychic-type Pokémon.
Type: Psychc, Fairy
Evolution: It evolves from Mime Jr. when leveled up while knowing Mimic.
Electabuzz: Electabuzz is an Electric-type Pokémon.
Evolution: Electabuzz evolves from Elekid starting at level 30 and evolves into Electivire when traded holding an Electirizer.
Aerodactyl: Aerodactyl is a dual-type Rock/Flying Fossil Pokémon.
Type: Rock, Flying
Evolution: It is resurrected from an Old Amber, and while is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, it can Mega Evolve into Mega Aerodactyl using the Aerodactylite.
That’s it on Pokemon Go Eggs Guide – hatching Pokemon Eggs, required distances to hatch Pokemon GO Eggs, as well as Pokemon GO Egg Chart-how to predict What kind of Pokémon you will get from eggs.
Last Updated on April 23, 2018.
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Sources: bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net and serebii.net