Catching Pokemon GO monsters -- the rare ones in particular -- has become quite difficult. This is most especially with Niantic's stricter implementations of rules, disallowing players to resort to cheating. Nevertheless, there are still a good number of workarounds that trainers can always use. And the best part? It won't get them into trouble. Here are 2 ways you can catch rare Pokemon without having to use a tracker system or sorts.
Search Pokemon GO Monsters In Locations Specific To Their Kinds
It's worth noting that Pokemon GO doesn't bar players from finding and even capturing certain creature types based on their respective locations. However, in one way or another, these Pokemon are a lot comfortable in their native areas; hence trainers are likely to capture them from there.
For instance, Pokemon GO players can catch the likes of Meowth and Tauros, among others, in residential locations. Water-type Pokemon, on the other hand, are usually spawning in bodies of water such as lakes, streams and rivers. Basically, the idea is to look for them in their habitats.
The Pokemon GO Glitch
A Redditor mentioned about the existence of a Pokemon GO glitch, which players can use to their advantage. And take note: doing so can result to finding and catch rare Pokemon. In fact, this has already been tested and proven by a lot of players.
It all started when Redditor Sionara together with his girlfriend tried to look for Pokemon GO monsters. However, their PokeRadar showed no results, which means that no nearby creature can be spotted -- let alone be caught. Instead, they opted to use incense on the aforesaid area, and viola, a Vulpix spawned. Later on, this was followed by a bunch of Pokemon (i.e. Ponyta, Diglet and Dragonairs) that they've never seen in that very place.
Below is a video of how this Pokemon GO incense trick works. Take note: the way it processes things appears to be quite logical in a way.
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