'Pokemon Sun and Moon' Cheats, Tips & Tricks: 5 Easy Tips On How You Can Breed Your Own Pokemon

By Camille Travilla , Updated Nov 24, 2016 02:20 PM EST

After you made yourself champions by completing all the adventures in "Pokemon Sun and Moon", you may want to try breeding your own Pokemon, especially if you're up to competitive or casual battling as it generates the strongest Pokemon. Trainers can also customize their Pokemon moves by breeding. Now here are five tips and guides to get you going.

The easiest way to go about it is to leave any two Pokemon with the DayCare and they will be the ones to raise it and level it up. There is a Pokemon Nursery in Paniola Town on Akala Island in "Pokemon Sun and Moon" where you can leave two Pokemon with the DayCare breeders and be trained.

Now if you want to try birthing your own in "Pokemon Sun and Moon," you can leave a female and male Pokemon of the same species or Egg Group and you can get an egg! Now when the egg hatches, it will turn out the same as the female Pokemon. Make sure though that the two Pokemon are already adullts.

Here's a trick guide: you can use Ditto to breed any Pokemon regardless of gender in "Pokemon Sun and Moon." This is the usual method when you want to breed genderless Pokemon like Voltorb. Although, eggs from this match up might hatch a little longer.

In "Pokemon Sun and Moon," you can hatch eggs faster by having two Pokemon from the same species. Hatch eggs fastest by having two Pokemon from the same species but from different trainers.

Make sure you surround the eggs with other Pokemon. Walking around also helps in hatching in "Pokemon Sun and Moon." While the process would depend on the Pokemon, you can speed it up by surrounding it with a Pokemon with Flame Body or Magma Armor abilities.

There are a lot more considerations when you breed your own Pokemon in "Pokemon Sun and Moon," such as the egg groups and the individual values. Like any other baby, the environment with which you raise your Pokemon also matters. But with these guides, you are one step closer to your own Pokemon.


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