Pokemon Go has become one of the world’s most popular games, inspiring millions around the world to go to fantastic locations in search of their favorite pocket monsters. Part of the game involves adding new Pokemon to your personal Pokedex, which requires players to effectively “catch” them all. This article covers the various Pokemon from Pokedex entries 101 through 150.
Catching New Pokemon
The key to success in Pokemon Go is tracking down new creatures and catching them before they disappear. To begin with, you will need a Poke Ball, which is available at varying levels throughout the game. The rarer a creature is, you may need higher-level Poke Balls in order to successfully capture it without fail. Once an elemental type has been identified by viewing its Pokedex entry number (101 through 150), players can work towards finding and catching it.
The various regions in which you can find Pokemon are determined by their type and habitat. For example, water types are most common near rivers and oceans, while grass types are more likely located away from cities in fields or parks. If a player has a particular monster in mind that they want to capture, they should research its typical environment and travel there accordingly.
Pokemon from 101 to 150
There are fifty total entries among this group of Pokemon featured in Generation 1 of the game including powerful creatures like Kabutops and Tauros as well as fan favorites like Dratini or Chansey. Other popular monsters include Magby (#126) – which evolves into Magmar – Vulpix (#37), Meowth (#52) and Lapras (#131).
While some trainers may be inclined to focus on the more powerful or rarer options within this range such as