Catching all the Pokemon in ?Pokemon GO? can be quite difficult. This is especially true if you live in an area where there are a limited variety of Pokemon available. This should not discourage you though as there is another way that you can catch that Dratini you have always wanted even if you are nowhere near a body of water. It is almost like one of the ?Pokemon GO? Cheats but it is actually as simple as hatching eggs.
Egg hatching may not be as exciting as catching Pokemon in the real world. It is one feature in the game that can give you some rare Pokemon, even ones which are not common to your area. If you want to hatch a rare Pokemon, you should know exactly what to do.
First off, you should be familiar with the different kinds of eggs in ?Pokemon GO.? There is the 2km egg, the 5km egg and the 10km egg. Each type of egg will hatch after you have walked the distance associated with it.
One thing that you should likewise remember is that each type of egg will also hatch certain types of Pokemon. The 2km egg will usually yield some very common Pokemon such as a Pidgey, Caterpie and Rattata. The 5km eggs can hatch into more uncommon Pokemon such as Sandshrew, Psycduck and Machop. The 10km eggs is what you would want to focus on if you want to get rare Pokemon as it can yield a Snorlax, Lapras, Dratini and Scyther, among others.
To help you find out what Pokemon you can get from each particular egg, Reddit user mrkfang shared a list which he got from Serebii.net. It is a ?Pokemon GO? Egg Hatching Chart where you can see which Pokemon the different types of eggs can hatch. Here is the chart in list form:
All the Pokemon you can get from the 2km eggs plus the following:
- Nidoran ? Female
- Nidoran ? Male
All the Pokemon you can get from the 2km and the 5km eggs plus the following:
There you have it. With the useful ?Pokemon GO? Egg Hatching Chart, you can find out what egg you would need to hatch to get the specific Pokemon that you want. Good luck!