Pokémon GO Park

Pokémon GO Park is located within Fuchsia City where the Safari Zone is and is the focal point of the connectivity with the mobile title, Pokémon GO. For details on how to connect, Check Here

In Pokémon GO Park, you can connect to your mobile game and send over any Pokémon from the Kanto Pokédex, including Alolan Forms, that you have earned in Pokémon GO. There are 20 different GO Parks, each able to hold up to 50 Pokémon meaning up to 1,000 Pokémon can be transferred from Pokémon GO.

When they have been transferred, you can then do multiple things with them. You can catch them or you can play with them

Do note that you cannot transfer the Squirtle/Wartortle/Blastoise with sunglasses and Pikachu/Raichu with various hats. Lucky Pokémon and Pokémon that were traded in Pokémon GO can be received

Pokémon GO Park - Capture

The most notable thing to do in Pokémon GO Park is that you can navigate the parks. When in the park, you can see the Pokémon running around and interact with them. Here, you can select if you wish to capture the Pokémon or if you wish to move them to another GO Park in case you're creating a theme.

If you choose to capture a Pokémon, then it will enter the standard capture feature. The Pokémon have the same capture rate as elsewhere in the game, which factors in their level and IVs. Due to this, capture could be hard. Berries can be used to aid in the capture and the Pokémon can flee, but you can just re-enter the battle if they do so. Like the other captures in the game, you can receive Berries and Candy as rewards for capture.

Pokémon GO Park - IVs & Level

The IVs for a Pokémon, when captured, are based upon its IVs in Pokémon GO. Its Attack & Special Attack are the Attack IV from GO *2 + 1, its Defense & Special Defense are the Defense IV from GO * 2 +1 and its HP is also the HP IV from GO, multiplied by 2 and add 1 so if you had 15 Attack in the stat in GO, you'd have 31 in Attack & Special Attack in Let's Go. The Speed IV, however, is random with each Pokémon.

GO IV Let's Go IVs Calculation
StaminaHit PointsGO IV *2 + 1
AttackAttack
Special Attack
GO IV *2 + 1
DefenseDefense
Special Defense
GO IV *2 + 1
 SpeedRandom

The Level of the Pokémon is also the level from Pokémon GO so Pokémon from raids will be Level 20 or 25, maxed out Pokémon will be Level 40 and so forth.

Natures are entirely random and not set, so you can soft reset to get a different nature if you do so wish.

Pokémon GO Park - Play Yard

The next is a small mini-game. This mini-game is accessed in the Play Yard if you have transferred over 25 or more of the same species of Pokémon across the various GO Parks. This game has you enter the GO Park and have to round up all 25 of the Pokémon from the park and bring it to the exit, avoiding various Pokémon obstacles such as Diglett, Sandshrew and Golem which will cause the Pokémon to scatter.

If you manage to get all of the Pokémon to the gate, you will be rewarded with various Candy rewards for your Pokémon to boost their stats. These rewards are fairly basic and are only the basic Candy which are chosen at random, not based upon the success of your play.

Picture Name Effect
Courage Candy A candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon, it will increase that Pokémon’s Sp. Def stat.
Health Candy A candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon, it will increase that Pokémon’s HP.
Mighty Candy A candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon, it will increase that Pokémon’s Attack stat.
Quick Candy A candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon, it will increase that Pokémon’s Speed stat.
Smart Candy A candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon, it will increase that Pokémon’s Sp. Atk stat.
Tough Candy A candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon, it will increase that Pokémon’s Defense stat.
 
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