Pokemon Let's Go Guide Wiki


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Instead of Red and Blue's choice of Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle, you start Let's Go with either Pikachu or Eevee, depending on your version.

What that actually means is that to change your Pokemon Let's Go hairstyle you need to switch to handheld mode, and prepare your fingers for some folicular fondling.

There are two ways to get the Gen 1 starters: You can catch them in the wild, or you can receive them as one-time gifts from NPCs.

In Pokemon Sun and Moon you could simply head to a hair salon to change your hairstyle, or change your Pokemon's look (or more specifically, your Furfrou's look), the ability to change your Pokemon Let's Go hairstyles is nearly an Easter egg in itself. And some rewards are locked behind the amount of Pokemon you catch, not just the type of Pokemon you catch.

While on Pokemon Let's GO pause the game by pressing X, followed by Y to open settings.

Make these your priority item because you're going to use more than in any other Pokemon game. We also discuss how to transfer pokemon to Pokemon Lets Go and any restrictions there are in this process. In this guide, we go through what is the Go Park complex, how to connect pokemon from Let's Go to Pokemon Go and vice versa. Now, you will have to tap on it in order to connect.

Before opening a Mystery Box, make sure that you're well-stocked with PokeBalls. The only catch is that you'll have to wait a full week until you can try again. It really isn't immediately obvious what you have to do.

Why? Because Candy boosts you Pokemon in battle. Press "Yes" and "OK" to confirm and then you will see a Magical Message telling you that the Pokemon has been sent.