With the second Generation of Pokémon just around the corner, we thought it’d be good time to publish an egg guide. We will go over every known Generation 1 & 2 Pokémon, as well as some of the more basic things you need to know if you are new to Pokémon Go. Everything you need you can see after the jump.
- You get Pokémon eggs by stopping at real world locations that are Pokéstop (such as Starbucks, Landmarks, Churches, etc).
- You can only hold 9 eggs at one time.
- You have to use the Egg Incubator to start the hatching process for the egg.
- You can by more Incubators to hatch more eggs at one time – but they only come with 3 uses for each one you buy.
- Obviously, you have to “walk” the certain distance of the egg to get it to hatch.
- You have to have the Pokémon app open for you walking distance to be counted. It updates how far you’ve gone at the end of every minute.
- If you are going to fast (i.e. driving, airplane, etc) it won’t register your distance traveled due to a safety feature tied in with the GPS that checks how fast you are going.
- Tauros can only be caught in North America, Mr. Mine in Europe, Farfetch’d in Asia, and Kangaskhan in Australia.
Here are all of the Pokémon that you can catch when you receive an egg by category in KM. Egg chart is from The Silph Road website:
If there’s any more information that you think should be added, please post in the comments below.