Pokemon Go Nests: How to Find ‘Em All

Pokemon Go Nests: How to Find ‘Em All

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A true Pokemon Master Knows if they head down to the beach they’ll find magikarp and water type pokemon. These areas are called nest where certain type of pokemon constantly appears, this is good to farm good pokemon and gather lots of candy.

Pokemon Go Nests: How to Find ‘Em All 

source: metro.co.uk

How to find a Pokemon nest

GE3X7B Big Ben, London 23 July 2016 - Hundreds of enthusiastic gamers assembled with their mobile devices outside Big Ben, London to gather for the first mass Pokemon GO Lure Party in the UK since the game was launched on July 23rd 2016. Pokmon GO is a free-to-play location-based augmented reality mobile game developed by Niantic for iOS and Android devices. It was released in most regions of the world in July 2016 © Dinendra Haria/Alamy Live News

The best way to find a Pokemon nest is probably to tap it into Google.

A search phrase such as [your city name] + Pokemon nest should bring up a crowd-sourced list of confirmed nest places.

Which Pokemon can be found inside nests

PASADENA, CA - JULY 27: Pokemon Go players are seen in search of Pokemon and other in game items in Pasadena Playhouse District during PokeNight on July 27, 2016 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by PG/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

Anything from Jynx to Rhyhorn can be found in a nest, although some nest rotate around and some Pokemon can’t be found in nests at all.

Although nests haven’t technically been confirmed by the game makers Niantic – Reddit users suggest that there is some order to them.

Magnemites and Voltorbs appear to spawn in park nests and industrial areas while no nests exist for Snorlax, Chansey, Porygon, Lapras, Grimer and Koffing.

Meanwhile static nests that never appear to rotate include those for Bulbsaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Scyther, Jynx, Electabuzz and Magmar.

This is an awesome discovery as we can find out where all them Rare Pokemon are hiding out now. Although some may appear constantly in one area they are more likely to change in rotation.

Pokemon Go Nests: How to Find ‘Em All 

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