In Pokemon GO, evolution happens when you feed your Pokemon enough ?Candy? and it gets engulfed in the trademark evolutionary light. However, you can only gain the evolution Candy by repeatedly catching the same kind of Pokemon. Fortunately, Pokemon GO Nests exist, and it?s where you can have increased chances of mass spawning of the same Pokemon. Here?s what we know so far about Pokemon GO Rare Nest locations.
As seen on the replies on Ethelserth?s thread on the SilphRoad Reddit, there are many ways to track down nests near near you. Players can use a smartphone app, some?community records of Pokemon GO nests, find ones mentioned in the SilphRoad and Pokemon GO Reddit, or try out the PokeVision locator. Other than those, you can manually discover the rare spots yourself and enjoy the game?s social gameplay as other people may have found that spot too for the same hunting reasons.
Normally, Pokemon GO Rare Nests are situated in areas near unlikely landmarks like streets and parks, as seen in this community-made Pokemon GO nest map posted on the Pokemon GO Gamepress site. Nests often have specific spawns, so specifically pick targets every day as it?s impossible to grind everything in a single day due to the game?s social gameplay. More than catching a ton of Pokemon for your Pokemon GO Candy quota though, player safety should always be the priority; avoid risky routes just for the game?s free bonuses.
Since Pokemon GO has international servers, some guides cover the general region up to even specific cities. You should be able to find the Pokemon you want. If you want to maximize your effort, it?ll be best to find specific Pokemon Nests with good competitive potential like Eevees, Dratinis Growlithes, and Snorlaxes. If you just intend to enjoy the game casually, simply aim for the specific Pokemon that you want and farm away.
If finding a Pokemon GO Rare Nest is too risky or too tedious for you, you can always opt to use the Lure Module and Incense items. However, this tactic just brings in a huge assortment of different Pokemon and won?t allow you to have a focused hunt for Candies. However, as you level up and evolve your Pokemon with your hunts, your trainer level goes up too, which is a win-win situation.
Niantic has constanly changed?the Pokemon nests in their recent?updates. The location of nests remain the same, and according to some players, Niantic might have?a pattern with?their nest rotation.