Samstag, 30. Juli 2016

Pokemon Go: tips for gaining XP and leveling up fast


Pokemon Go might be a ‘slimmed down’ version of the Pokemon experience, but when push comes to shove it is still a Pokemon game, and that means there’s a fair slice of levelling up and other RPG-style character progression, built into the way the game advances.
Significantly different for Pokemon Go is the nature of leveling up; rather than strictly gaining experience for your Pokemon, XP/EXP is mainly based around the player, represented in a trainer level that grows across the board as you perform in-game tasks.
Your trainer level is vital for catching better Pokemon and making those you have more powerful. When you level up Pokemon in your possession have a chance to get boosted along with you, and higher level trainers will encounter different Pokemon in the wild.
Location is important, but a level 3 player is likely to encounter Pokemon with CP (Combat Point) levels of 10 or so, while a level 10 player in the same area will encounter the exact same Pokemon with CP levels in the hundreds – so trainer level is important.
On top of all that, higher level players will get access to more in-game equipment with which to battle and train Pokemon – basically, player level is used as a gatekeeper to much of Pokemon Go’s content.
As with any RPG sometimes the level grind can be a little intense – and that’s where we come in. Here’s some tips to try to speed up the grind and keep you from getting too frustrated at capturing Ratatta over and over again outside your house.


Pokemon Go: Experience rewards to level up in short
Every major action in Pokemon Go nets you a certain amount of experience, with by far the most lucrative action being to catch a Pokemon of a kind you’ve never caught before.
There’s also experience bonuses for getting fancy when you throw a Pokeball to catch a Pokemon – you can get a little extra experience for nailing a throw or putting some curve on a throw. These experience bonuses are relatively minor – you’ll get 10 extra XP for throwing a curve ball or nailing a ‘Nice’ throw, while a ‘Great’ or ‘Excellent’ throw earns a little more.
The easiest repeatable experience gain comes in the form of checking in at a Pokestop. Pokestop locations can be checked into again after a short cool-down period, making it an easily repeatable 100 XP task. If you can find an area where several Pokestops are stacked up together you can easily walk a lap of the Pokestops between their cool-downs, earning a fair chunk of experience in the process.
Here’s a table of what each act in Pokemon Go gets you experience-wise:
  • 100 XP – Pokémon Caught
  • 500 XP – New Pokémon
  • 10 XP – Curve Ball
  • 10 XP – Nice Throw
  • 50 XP – Great Throw
  • 100 XP – Excellent Throw
  • 50 XP – Checking in at a Pokéstop
  • 100 XP – Battling a Pokémon Trainer at a Gym
  • 150 XP – Beating a Pokémon Trainer at a Gym
  • 50 XP – Beat a Pokémon in training at a Gym
  • 200 XP – Hatch a Pokémon
  • 500 XP – Evolve a Pokémon
The criteria for how the game registers what a throw is ends up being a little fiddly and the Pokestop method is obviously hugely dependent on their placement where you live (I have a great place to ‘run laps’ near my house, but not everyone is so lucky) – and so these methods aren’t actually isn’t anywhere near the best way to earn experience – but instead, let’s talk about Pidgey and Rattata.

Pokemon Go: Using Pidgey, Ratatta and other early Pokemon to level up fast

Once you’ve caught one or two of any given Pokemon the temptation is obviously to not catch any more of them. Don’t listen to that temptation: keep catching stuff! Here’s why: By far the most cost-effective way to earn regularly large drops of experience is by levelling up Pokemon in your possession.
The two highest experience games in the game are when you catch a Pokemon you’ve never owned before (so that’s a one-off bonus of 500XP) or when you evolve a Pokemon – rewarded every time you do so. As such, you can catch a bunch of Pidgey or Ratatta and evolve them – even if you send them to the professor afterwards, you’re rewarded for candy for that action and you keep the experience.
Each Pidgey or Ratatta you catch will reward you 3 candies, and additional candy can be obtained by sending duplicates to the professor. It’ll be impossible to evolve every single one you catch due to the economy of the candies required for the evolution, but if you’re anything like me you’ll find yourself in possession of 20 or 30 of these Pokemon in the early stages of the game.

Abuse that – catch as many as you can and evolve them to enjoy the experience bonus. Some players may want to stockpile and do it all at once as part of the lucky egg trick – but more on that in a moment.

Pokemon Go: Doubling down on your XP gains with Lucky Eggs

As detailed above, if you stockpile Pokemon and their candies in advance, it’s possible to gain thousands of XP in a matter of minutes by evolving many at once. If you want to make the most of that XP there’s one other step however – making use of Lucky Eggs. (https://www.vg247.com/2016/07/21/pokemon-go-tips-for-gaining-xp-and-leveling-up-fast/)







How to surely transform Eevee into Flareon, Jolteon and Vaporeon?



Pokemon Go fans are excited about the Pokemon Go cheats through which they can transform Eevee into Flareon, Jolteon and Vaporeon. The players can control the transformation process in such a way that they can choose the resultant character.
Firstly, the player needs to catch Eevee and then this character can be transformed into Flareon, Jolteon or Vaporeon. If the player wants all the three characters of Flareon, Jolteon and Vaporeon then they would need to catch three Eevees.

After catching Eevee, the player would need to click on the icon of the pencil next to the Eevee and now, they can give Eevee any nickname of their choice, according to Nintendo Insider. The player can also give Eevee some coded nicknames such that their evolution is triggered into another character of their choice. It ought to be noted that these coded nicknames will work once only.

If the player wants a Flareon then they must name Eevee as Pyro and if they want Jolteon then they ought to name Eevee as Sparky. To get Vaporeon, the player needs to name Eevee as Rainer. Recently, the sighting of a Vaporeon in New York's Central Park caused quite a sensation, according to the same publication. (http://en.yibada.com/articles/142474/20160718/pokemon-go-cheats-pokemon-go-vaporeon-pokemon-go-hacks-pokemon-go-tips-and-tricks-pokemon-go-cheats-and-hacks.htm)

Donnerstag, 28. Juli 2016

6 FALSE POKEMON GO MYTHS !

The internet is currently abound with false assumptions and misinformation about the game, so I thought I'd take the chance to clear up some uncertainties. Because, as we all know, you can hurt yourself in confusion...

1. You can catch every Pokemon without leaving the country: False (but you can hatch them)







There are four region-specific Pokemon that you won't find in the wild anywhere else. They are:
  • Farfetch'd -- Asia
  • Tauros -- North America
  • Mr. Mime -- Europe
  • Kangaskhan -- Australia
Regardless of where you live, all four of these region-locked Pokemon can be acquired by hatching 5KM and 10KM eggs, so get walking!

2. You can pick up missed Pokeballs by tapping on them: False







Many players have claimed that you can re-collect your stray Pokeballs. This is not the case. Although tapping Pokeballs after a failed throw might make it look like they're being gathered, they do not return to your backpack. So aim straight and true, trainer! (https://nowloading.co/posts/4008630)

3. Pokemon GO will be limited to Generation 1: False





Niantic has stated that they intend to add every generation of Pokemon to the game, though exactly when remains a mystery. One dedicated player has already caught 'em all, so it's probably a safe bet to say that as more trainers catch up, we'll start to see different species in the game.

4. Spinning Pokestops faster gives you more items: False





The quality of items collected from Pokestops is based on your trainer level, so you can stop that furious swiping. Pokestops will reset every five minutes, even if you're sitting right on top of them.

5. Weather affects Pokemon spawns: False





This is a question many players have had, but according to numberous reports the weather will not affect which Pokemon are available. However, time of day does matter as certain mons will spawn at predetermined points throughout the day.

6. Be wary of Photoshops -- These Pokemon are not available





Despite a lot of doctored shots claiming otherwise, Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Ditto, Mew and Mewtwo cannot be caught (for now). It's presumed these rare critters will become available through specially organized events. For now, any trainer who claims to have caught one is lying. (https://nowloading.co/posts/4008630)


Dienstag, 26. Juli 2016

Augmented Reality Review in German !

Hi ich bins wieder euer KruetliKriegr,

Habe vor einigen Tagen ein Post über POKEMON GO (POKEVISION) veröffentlicht. Diese App, Pokemon Go, schlägte letzter Zeit hohe Wellen. Neben dem Erfolg ist das Spiel auch ein Wegbereiter von Augmented Reality (erweiterte Realität).

"Das Spiel, Pokemon Go, mischt gekonnt die physische und die virtuelle Welt. Dabei werden Computergenerierte Bilder (Pokémon) in die echte Welt integriert.

Zum ersten Mal kommt die breite Masse mit der Funktionsweise von Augmented Reality in Kontakt. Das Spiel bietet aber nicht nur einen ersten Einblick in die Möglichkeiten der erweiterten Realität, es könnte sich auch als wegweisend für die neue Technologie erweisen.


Nur ein erster Schritt

Doch nicht nur im Game-Bereich wird die Technologie Einzug halten. Robert Sumner, Assistenzprofessor im Informatikdepartement der ETH, forscht ebenfalls im Bereich Augmented Reality. Für ihn ist klar, dass «Pokémon Go» nur ein erster Schritt war: «Die Konzepte der erweiterten Realität gibt es schon länger, nun sind wir aber an einem Punkt, an dem die Technik genug ausgereift ist, um erste Anwendungen zu verwirklichen."
Zitat: 20min

Eure Meinung zu diesem Thema würde mich sehr interessieren. Lasst dafür einen Kommentar da und wenn es euch gefallen hat könnt ihr diesen Beitrag teilen.

Bis zum nächsten Mal - Euer KruetliKriegr-

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Montag, 25. Juli 2016

KABUTO WAS CAUGHT! (POKÉMON GO)

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Hi guys I'm KruetliKriegr,

The last post was about Pokévision. This App is really useful to find the desired pokémons. (Click Here to go on the last post)


Sonntag, 24. Juli 2016

HOW TO FIND EVERY POKEMON! (POKEMON GO)


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Hi guys I am KruetliKriegr,

When you want to find EVERY Pokemon, then you are at the right Blog. In this Blog I want tell you HOW TO FIND EVERY POKEMON in POKEMON GO.

So it's really simple. You just have to download the PokéVision App (also available on Computers). Then you can enter your location or turn on the GPS on your phone. Afterwards you can see EVERY Pokemon in your nearness.

For Computers: pokevision.com
Pokémon Community: click here

http://www.lifehacker.co.in/technology/PokeVision-Shows-You-the-Real-Time-Locations-of-Pokemon-In-Pokemon-Go/articleshow/53329120.cms



Samstag, 2. Juli 2016

SHOCKADIN DECK | ULTIMATE AGGRO PALADIN DECK (HEARTHSTONE)

AGGRO PALADIN


2x Blessing of Might
2x Abusive Sergeant 
2x Argent Squire
2x Selfless Hero
1x Sir Finley Mrrgglton
2x Southsea Deckhand
2x Worgen Infiltrator
2x Equality
2x Twisted Worgen
1x Rallying Blade
2x Divine Favor
2x Argent Horserider
2x Truesilver Champion
2x Consecration
2x Hammer of Wrath
2x Avenging Wrath