Hatching Eggs in Pokémon Go by Sensei

Hatching Eggs in Pokemon Go by Sensei

It is no secret that the developers behind the mobile game Pokemon Go desired for players to get out of the house and explore the world around them. One element of the game that motivates players to move around and get exercise is the presence of eggs. There are two types of eggs in the game. One type is the ‘Lucky Egg” – an item that awards the player double experience for a thirty minute span. The other type of egg is an item that players sometime receive from spinning Pokestops. This type of egg will hatch a Pokemon after a player has traveled a set distance with the egg in an incubator.

These eggs are acquired with a predetermined distance set on them. The eggs will have distances of 2 kilometers, 5 kilometers or 10 kilometers. If a player travels the required distance for these eggs to hatch, they will be rewarded with a Pokemon, a decent number of candies for that Pokemon and trainer level experience that will vary in amount in relation to the distance traveled. Hatching a 2-kilometer egg will fetch a trainer 200 experience, a 5-kilometer egg will earn 500 experience and a 10-kilometer egg will earn 1,000 experience.

Hatching a Pokemon from one of these eggs is always an exciting event due to the random nature of the Pokemon that will appear. However, players can at least have a limited number of Pokemon to expect from each egg as only certain species come from certain distance eggs. Trainers are only awarded basic form Pokemon from eggs, meaning you cannot receive an evolved form of a Pokemon by this method. To fully learn how eggs work, you’d be interested in Pokemon Go Sensei’s Egg Guide.

If you are able to acquire a 2-kilometer egg, there are certain Pokemon that you might hope for when hatching. The three starters – Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle – are obtainable via 2-kilometer eggs. A 5-kilometer egg has the widest variety of Pokemon that will hatch from it and is the most common egg obtained. Four Pokemon are only catchable in certain regions of the world and it is not possible to hatch these Pokemon from eggs obtained outside those regions. As for 10-kilometer eggs, players can hatch some of the more rare and sought after Pokemon currently in the game. To name a few, Lapras, Snorlax, and Dratini are all obtainable from this distance of egg.


Lilly Holiday Mother of the House of Pink BoomBox said...

when I hatch an egg, stardust is not transferred to my stardust inventory

Unknown said...

you forgot omanyte

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