Though many people believe that Pokemon GO is dead, it still has a bustling community that is highly active and involved with the ongoings of the different Pokemon in their areas. Some areas have more people than others, but it is all about how you connect with them. However, this article isn’t necessarily about the community that you experience.
It is about the farming techniques of Raids and PokéStops.
Anyone who plays Pokemon GO knows that you are going to get far unless you do some PokéStop farming or raid farming for that matter. But some people find themselves sitting at one PokéStop waiting a couple of minutes between spins causing their interest in the game to drop slowly. However, we have written this article to help those who don’t know what farming is. Enjoy!
The simplest way to farm PokéStops is just as it sounds, find a PokéStop crowded area, and walk. Usually, parks or main streets have several PokéStops lined up for your convenience, as long as you are willing to put forth an effort. If the PokéStops are relatively close and you feel like farming some stardust, pop an incense (If Pokemon you want are in the area) and just walk between the PokéStops.
Furthermore, it is more than just walking from PokéStop to PokéStop. You have to make sure that they are spaced far enough away to ensure their cool down to be completed by the time you reach the thing. That is why parks are ideal. It allows you to walk freely offering a spaced PokéStop pattern.
Raid farming can be a difficult thing. You require a lot of people generally and a lot of raid passes to be able to participate. This requires a bit of financial investing, but if you are a hard-core player, then it isn’t that big of a deal for the low price tag. As mentioned, it requires people for farming raids. So how do you farm something when you don’t have enough friends to take down a Rayquaza? Facebook, Twitter, and other social groups.
There are whole communities of groups in your area dedicated to raids and hunting. It is ideal for joining these communities, finding out their schedule, and tag along knocking down any raid in your way. Most groups run multiple different raids in a single day giving you the advantage of a solid raid farming party.
Though this may seem like basic information to those who play this game in a hardcore sense, those who have just begun to branch out to raids or start the game may be looking for tips. So, share this article with your friends, and let us know what you think. Maybe you have tips for farming raids or PokéStops?