'Pokemon GO' Cheats, Tips & Tricks: How To Catch Clefairy & Clefable; Are They Easier To Spot During The Night?

By Lady Arianne Apilado Zamora , Updated Aug 10, 2016 06:53 AM EDT

"Pokemon Go" has hooked almost every person able to control and play a smartphone or tablet. Thanks to the creative minds of the people at Niantics, "Pokemon Go" is considered as one of the most brilliant games of the generation.  

"Pokemon Go" players can start their own quest in completing the Pokedex but the quest will not be easy.  Players need to have tips and tricks especially in catching hard to find Pokemon creatures like Clefable and Clefairy.

Clefairy is a very cute Pokemon that is somewhat like a crossbreed of a bubblegum flavored cotton candy and gummies. It falls under the fairy type of species in the Pokedex and noted for its abilities to charm and use the magic guard. To increase chances of catching a Clefairy, "Pokemon Go" players need to read about some tips and tricks on how to catch one.   

As reported by Ranked Boost, "Pokemon Go" players have higher chances of finding Clefairy in notable places and landmarks.  There were also a number of "Pokemon Go" players who were able to capture Clefairy in quiet places like churches and cemeteries. The latter can be quite creepy and not really recommended for playing "Pokemon Go." For "Pokemon Go" players who have no issues in getting down and sweaty, be prepared to walk 2km to increase chances of hatching a Clefairy egg.

Clefable is a result of an evolved Clefairy pokemon in the "Pokemon Go" game. A Clefable can be produced with the use of 50 Clefairy candies. Physically, Clefairy and Clefable look quite the same.  However, the only distinct attributes to distinguish them from each other is their horns at the back.  Clefairy only has one set of horns at the back while the evolved Clefable has three.

Others also report that chances of catching Clefairy and Clefable increase during the night.  Although this tip has yet to be proven, there is no harm in playing "Pokemon Go" during the night.  However, it would be better if Pokemon Go questers go by groups to be on the safe side.  

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