Hello Trainers, aspiring to reach Level 50 in Pokémon GO is no small feat. It’s a marathon that requires more than just tapping your screen – it demands focus, strategy, and sometimes, invaluable advice from seasoned players. Speaking of advice, we’ve got a community tip today that could change your shiny Eevee game: save the Eevee name trick for when you really need it, especially for Level 41 tasks.
Reaching Level 50 in Pokémon GO isn’t just a time commitment; it’s a strategic endeavor. The XP requirements are towering, and the tasks you must complete become increasingly complex. But fear not, if Level 50 is your Everest, we’re here as your trusty Sherpa to guide you through the tasks and the loot that awaits at each milestone.
If you’re wondering where to find the guidelines for leveling up, don’t go rifling through your research tab – it’s not there. Tap on your avatar at the bottom left corner, then click the binoculars icon next to your XP bar. This shows you the current set of tasks you need to conquer to ascend to the next level.
Requirements for Levels 41 and 42 in Pokemon Go
Here’s a brief breakdown:
- XP Required: 6 million
- Power up a Legendary Pokémon 20 times
- Win 30 raids
- Catch 200 Pokémon in a single day
- Earn 5 gold medals
- Rewards: Glasses, 20 Ultra Balls, 20 Max Potions, 20 Max Revives, 20 Razz Berries, 1 Incubator, 1 Premium Raid Pass, 1 XL Candy
- XP Required: 7 million
- Evolve Eevee into each of its unique evolutions
- Use items to evolve Pokémon 15 times
- Make 3 Excellent Throws
- Use 200 berries to help catch Pokémon
- Rewards: 20 Ultra Balls, 20 Max Potions, 20 Max Revives, 20 Nanab Berries, 1 Incubator, 1 Premium Raid Pass, 1 XL Candy
Eevee is like the Swiss Army knife of Pokémon, with eight possible evolutions or ‘Eeveelutions.’ While the name trick is tempting, be aware that you can only use it once for each type. After that, the name trick for evolving into Flareon, Vaporeon, or Jolteon is off the table.
Some experienced Trainers have advised against using the Eevee name trick for the Level 41 tasks. Specifically, do NOT use the trick for Flareon, Vaporeon, or Jolteon. Save it for the shinies. Why? Because these three Eeveelutions are random and it’s wiser to save the name trick for a guaranteed shiny evolution.
One player learned this the hard way. He ended up with a surplus of shiny Jolteons – six of them to be exact. Had he saved the naming trick, he could have a complete shiny set.
When you’re grinding towards Level 50, each decision matters, including the seemingly minor ones like evolving Eevees. Saving the name trick for shiny versions can add that sparkle to your roster. Choose wisely, Trainers, and may your journey to Level 50 be a triumphant one.