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Pokémon Quest: Top Tips, Walkthrough, Cheats, and Strategy Guide

Pokémon Quest is a new RPG for the Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android platforms where you send Pokémon out to battle other Pokémon, and then you catch them by cooking delicious meals. You can equip them with mighty stones and sturdy stones, level them up so that they can become more and more powerful, and fight bosses. You can earn PM Tickets and load up on every Pokémon possible – first the 1st-generation, then more as they add them. Read on for some tips and tricks for Pokémon Quest!

Battles are mostly automatic, but in manual mode, you can choose which special moves to use, whereas in automatic mode, the game chooses the special moves for you. Most of the time, the automatic mode will do the job perfectly fine. However, in really tough boss battles, switch to the manual mode because depending on the boss, specific moves might be more effective than others, and the game will tend to select the wrong ones often.

Cook meals to bring new Pokémon into your camp so that they befriend you. Depending on the ingredients in the meals, different types of Pokémon will show up. Red ingredients, for example, tend to attract fire types. You can either choose the five ingredients per recipe yourself, or you can let the game choose them for you, and then when you play enough expeditions, the recipe will be ready to eat and to attract a new Pokémon with.

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You have two ways to gain levels in this game. Either you can go on expeditions to level up the three Pokemon in your expedition party, or you can use the training function to have one to four Pokémon train another. Any Pokémon that’s used as a trainer will be gone for good afterwards, and depending on who the gaining Pokémon is, the experience might be too small to be worth it.

Of course you can evolve your Pokémon in this game; this is a Pokémon game, after all. To evolve your Pokémon, you simply have to level them up to the right level. The levels are completely different than they are in the original Pokémon games, though, and they’re almost never a multiple of 5 or 10. They’re typically strange numbers – example being that Vulpix evolves into Ninetales at Level 36.

If you manage to attract a Pokémon that’s at a level where it should be evolved already (like a level 15 Weedle), then it will be extremely easy to evolve. Just gain one single level, and you’ll evolve. Weedle evolves into Kakuna at level 7 and Beedrill at level 10, so using a level 15 Weedle as an example, level it up once to evolve it to Kakuna and then a second time to get a Beedrill.