Nintendo’s Pokemon GO has been a worldwide phenomenon since it was released in 2016. With over 500 million downloads and 150 million users, the game has become a cultural phenomenon across all platforms. One of the more interesting Pokemon introduced in the game is Burmy – an unusual bug-type Pokemon with three distinct forms. With its unique evolution system, different cloaks to collect, and varied locations for finding them, Burmy has become one of the most popular and sought-after Pokemon in the game.
Where To Find Plant Cloak And Trash Cloaks
The first step to understanding Burmy is knowing what cloaks it can take. Burmy takes on one of three cloaks depending on where it appears: plant cloak, sandy cloak, and trash cloak. A plant cloak Burmy is found in grassy areas such as parks or fields; a sandy cloak Burmy appears in beachy areas such as near oceans or rivers; and a trash cloak Burmy appears near manmade objects such as buildings or roads. As such, to get all three types of Burmies players must look for them in different locations.
Furthermore, finding each type of cloak is also dependent on the weather which can also change what form they take when encountered. When cloudy weather is present only plant cloak and sandy cloak variants can be found; however under sunny skies both Sandy Cloak and Trash Cloak variants are possible.
Burmy also has an unusual evolutionary system which works differently than other Pokemon. Instead of evolving through direct evolution like other bug type Pokemon do, Burmy evolves through cosplay evolution when it reaches level 20. After reaching level 20, whether it’s a Plant Cloak or Trash Cloak variant will determine what it evolves into: if it’s Plant Cloak then it will