Frequent question: How many Pokémon should you have?

How many Pokemon should I carry?

TLDR: People only carry with them the number of pokemon they can care for and manage at a time, this is less than six for some. Ash sucks at battling but is good at training.

Should I keep more than one Pokemon?

The game-focused blog Kotaku points out that having a bunch of low level Pokemon of the same variety can also help you level up faster as a trainer. To boost your trainer level, Kotaku recommends catching every garbage poke you come across until you have a Pokedex full of unwanted Doduos and Diglets.

Do I need to keep all my Pokemon?

There’s no need to carry every type of Pokemon as a growing collection in your bag – that’s what the Pokedex is for. It’s better to keep only the Pokemon you need: that’s an army to fight with in Gym and Raid battles.

Which Pokemon are not worth keeping?

When it comes to these monsters, you are better off saving your time, your energy, and your Pokéballs.

  • 8 Luvdisc.
  • 9 Sunkern. …
  • 10 Delibird. …
  • 11 Farfetch’d. via …
  • 12 Hoppip. via: …
  • 13 Plusle & Minun. via …
  • 14 Slaking. via …
  • 15 Zubat. via: …

Should I transfer all Pokemon duplicates?

Transfer Your Pokémon

While catching duplicates is helpful, you should get rid of them afterwards in order to save precious storage space.

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Can two Pokemon evolve at once?

Yes, they will both evolve.

What happens if you leave your Pokemon at gym?

When a Pokémon’s motivation is reduced to zero, it will leave the Gym and return to its Trainer the next time it loses a battle. When all the Pokémon leave the Gym, the Gym becomes open for you to claim. … Trainers from two teams can even come together to take down a Gym controlled by a third team.

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