There are not enough Master Balls in the world to catch the rarest Pokémon Go Pokémon!
I write this from my laptop while a Doduo sits on it. I can’t stop playing this game. From someone who grew up in the 90’s with the Pokémon Trading Card game and Game Boy games, I am fanboying real hard right now. I was hoping when I was 10-years-old, I could leave my hometown and wander the world in search of all the Pokémon.
Turns out you just get picked up by the police and brought back, to which you are grounded… But enough about me, let’s talk about this sweet game. Mainly let’s talk about the different types of Pokémon, and how tough it is to find the rarest Pokémon Go Pokémon.
Some Pokémon appear more frequent than others, some not at all. Fortunately, trainers are already sharing information worldwide and we’ve been able to figure out which of the original Pokemon are the rarest Pokémon Go Pokémon. Here is an easy to read list of the rarest Pokémon Go Pokémon.
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Ok, so, this is my attempt at a little humor. Of course this Pokémon isn’t rare. It’s the easiest one to find besides Ratatta and Spearow.
Let’s just give it credit for helping us level up a little faster with all of the Double XP we get from a Lucky Egg while evolving it.
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