Pokemon Go Guide: How to strengthen your Poke Pals. Is it better to Power Up or Evolve Your Pokemon?


Is It Better To Power Up Or Evolve Your Pokemon In "Pokemon Go"? How To Strengthen Your Poke Pals


As one of the addicted Pokemon Go players there comes a time when I really need to step back and wonder if an Eevee is ready to become a Jolteon or a Vaporeon or a Flareon and a Magikarp to become a Gyarados? Thus this big question needs to be answered: Is it better to evolve your Pokemon early, or to power them up first?

Before diving in, let's take a look at all the components that go into making [your and mine's] Pokemon stronger. Two things: 1. Stardust; 2. Candy.

Stardust can be acquired by catching Pokemon. Although it's not necessary for evolving, just for powering up. Candy, however, is an essential item for both, and is mainly acquired when you catch multiples of the same Pokemon you're trying to power up. If you just transfer all your duplicate Pokemon, you'll eventually get enough candy to evolve it.

The major snag when it comes to using candy and stardust is this: Powering up your PokePal takes both, and effectively can stall the delay of evolving them.

If you're battling through and through, then it might be in your best interest to power up your Pokemon to their strongest selves, with a specific concentration on a few choice picks.

On the other side, if your approach is to be a collector, it is recommended to evolve your Pokemon first and worry about powering up later. Again, you might be somewhat concerned that this will leave you with a Butterfree with a not-so-intimidating 12 HP.

When you're collecting the duplicate Pokemon needed, try to stick with the strongest available instead of just evolving the first Magikarp in your party. Filter out the the weaker ones and stick with whichever Pokemon has the highest CP — and then evolve that one when time comes. This will ensure that your Pokemon will be primed up by the time it evolves ... and don't forget, it gets a considerable power boost when evolving anyway.

In short, evolve the strongest version of a Pokemon first, before blowing all of your stardust on it. That way, you'll get the new Pokemon added to my Pokedex and all the glorious XP that goes with it as soon as possible, instead of trying to foster a really, really strong Pidgey.


Well there's no right or wrong way to play this game; it's just a matter of deciding whether to catch them is your true test, or if training them is your cause. Whatever that means.

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Is It Better To Power Up Or Evolve Your Pokemon In "Pokemon Go"? How To Strengthen Your Poke Pals
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