Just note that the location you choose has to already be a day ahead, and remember you won't get that same pass for free tomorrow.(You could theoretically keep setting your time zone ahead and keep getting the next day's free Raid pass today, but that becomes a good amount of overhead. Otherwise, if all you want to do is win at all costs, here's how people are hacking and cheating their way to the top! If you prefer to earn your rewards honestly, through hard work and determination, then stop here and go check out my Pokémon Go tips and tricks instead.You might end up loving or hating them — or simply wishing Pokémon Go would fix Sighting so you wouldn't need them.I mean, there's a Snorlax 50 m away, Pokémon Go should absolutely show that before the 6 Pidgey at the PokéStop cluster down the street...(Which is much better for privacy and community health reasons.0 Still, if you're out and looking to take down Gyms, they can help you see which Gyms are owned by other teams and ready to be taken down.
But even with some brain gym, you won't get an exact number.You always want to evolve the best Pokémon possible."Best" being defined as having the highest stats (IV).It makes it much easier to coordinate with others and get to the right Raid at the right time.You can check your local Facebook group and see what trackers people in your area are using.Better to let time catch up with you as much and as often as possible.) Happy future raiding. Check your Pokémon Storage to see if you successfully caught the Pokémon or, if it escaped, repeat the procedure to try again.Update: Due to a Pokémon Go API (application programming interface) change in March, Maps have all gone offline. You're out and about, maybe shooting some video in the woods and then you look up and BOOM — Snorlax! But the odds of that happening are so rare some people have tried to game the system by having bots walk around for them, discover the rare spawns like Unown or 100% IV versions of the best attackers in the game, like Geodude, Machop, Dratini, and Larvitar.Depending on traffic — or tickets — you can often miss the spawn anyway, which is a real waste of time. Pokémon Go doesn't provide anywhere near the range you really need to plan and get to Raids, especially outside urban areas.Maps, though, can show you all the Raid Eggs in your area, what their timers are, and what they are when they hatch.Previous API changes took around a month to reverse engineer. Since Pokémon Go has failed to provide an official alterative for suburban and rural players trying to organize Raids, the outage has significantly curtailed participation in many areas. Or just to get the latest and greatest, like Slakoth, Beldum, Bagon, and Raltz. There's a rush to seeing a rare Pokémon and racing out to catch them.There's also a danger in overdoing it and a cost — you can't cross town in the 30-minute spawn window on foot, which means you end up driving, and that destroys the exercise benefit and a lot of the chill.