'Pokemon Go' Cheats, Tips & Tricks: Get Rid Of The Eevee Rainer, Pyro And Sparky Myths; Are There Things That Players Should Never Know?

By Stella A. , Updated Aug 05, 2016 07:16 AM EDT

Playing "Pokemon Go" could be taxing for any players out there. Also, with the rumors surrounding the prowess of Eevee characters such as Rainer, Pyro And Sparky, it is vital that myths are scrutinized as well as segregated so that misdirection will be prevented and eluded.

For "Pokemon Go" players, there are some things that gamers must weigh and determine so that the presumptions will be identified as myths or genuine. For one, "Pokemon Go" and its Eevee "hack" is definitely true and it is just one of the hidden Easter eggs around.

"Pokemon Go" players could also try to implement measures such as catching an Eevee and naming it Rainer, Pyro, and Sparky. Moreover, players can manage the Pokemon and the creature it evolves into. Also, "Pokemon Go" players can only hook several Pokemon on particular continents in contrast to the speculation that it is possible to hook it everywhere. It is definitely possible since each continent has one Pokemon and the players can only hook in the wild, as noted in Reddit.

In addition, "Pokemon Go" has bought various car hazards. Aside from the warning scales government have putted into roads, accidents still occurs because of "Pokemon Go" game. According to Game & Guide, the developers are finding ways and means to eradicate the issues that links the game to the real world places.

In a different note, the achievement of "Pokemon Go" supported "Legendary Pictures" seal the deal on a live-action Pokemon movie. Less than two weeks after the start of "Pokemon Go", the long-in-talks Pokemon live-action movie finally, fortunately found a home.

It is also important to note that "Pokemon Go" has unregulated entree to players' Google Account but it is not implemented anymore when Niantic declared that the unregulated entree to players' Google accounts was a lapse.

There is no way to track where or when Pokemon will show up in "Pokemon Go". PokeRadar and PokeVison are applications and websites wherein players can utilize to know the spawning time of a Pokemon and where the Pokemons are presently located.

Also, as for the notions that the Legendary Pokemon are not in "Pokemon Go," that speculation has been debunked since the Legendary birds Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres as well as Ditto, Mewtwo, and the Mystical Mew have all been affirmed to exists within the code.

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