‘Pokemon GO’ Cheats, Tips & Tricks: How & Where To Catch Legendary Pokemons? Renaming Pikachu Before Evolving Shows Ditto? Ditto in Disguise?

By Maui , Updated Sep 20, 2016 09:08 AM EDT
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A lot of players around the globe are still hooked with the augmented reality mobile game "Pokemon GO." However, players find it really hard to catch rare and legendary Pokemons. Some players say that most of the legendary Pokemons in "Pokemon GO" are still not available in the game. One of the rarest Pokemon that most players want to catch is Ditto.

Ditto is a kind of Pokemon that can change its shape and form. According to a report from Yibada, some of the players think that Ditto is just under the disguise of other Pokemon that is why it is really hard to catch it.

John Hanke, the Niantic CEO, also confirmed that Ditto does exist in "Pokemon GO." But, John Hanke didn't say how and where to find it because it wouldn't be fun he said. Players can also try to rename their Pikachu by Pikacha or Pikachan before they evolve it, as stated by University Herald.

The Pokemon Ditto pronounced the name Pikacha or Pikachan when it made an attempt to duplicate Pikachu. So, renaming Pikachu before evolving it is worth the try. Some "Pokemon GO" players also say that Ditto is under the disguise of Bulbasaur. But, before they catch the Bulbasaur, players will need to turn the AR on first and take a picture of it then it will suddenly change to Ditto.

Another legendary Pokemons that are very difficult to find are Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres. According to the reports, the Pokemon Articuno might be found in cold areas like Alaska or Iceland. However, since Zapdos is an Electric or Flying Pokemon, "Pokemon GO" players might luckily catch it at an area where there is high electrical activity like the country Venezuela where you can find the largest lightning storms in the world. The legendary Moltres might be found in areas near volcanoes or deserts.

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