Pokemon Go Egg Chart Updated: SEPTEMBER 2017

Pokemon Go Egg Chart Updated: SEPTEMBER 2017

Hatching Pokemon from eggs is often rewarding you could potentially get a good Pokémon from a set pool, and its Individual Values (IVs) are usually very high. But did you know that there are often changes in the sets of Pokémon that can hatch from eggs? From the beginning of GO’s Anniversary event, the illustrious GO fans from Silph Road have analyzed exactly what has hatched from eggs and how often what Pokémon hatches.

Species Removed From The Egg Chart

Below are the Pokemon that have been removed from the previous egg chart.

  • Bulbasaur
  • Charmander
  • Squirtle
  • Staryu
  • Ekans
  • Goldeen
  • Magnemite
  • Vulpix
  • Yanma

According to the research, these Pokemon above has stopped hatching from new eggs found during and after the Pokemon GO Pikachu Event last July 7, 2017.

Pokemon Egg Rarity Changes

During the research period, below are the Pokemon that changed their hatching distance requirements.

Pokemon Moved To Common

  • Pichu (changed from uncommon)

Pokemon Moved To Uncommon.

  • Mareep (changed from rare)
  • Porygon (changed from super rare)

Pokemon Moved To Rare

  • Chikorita (changed from uncommon)
  • Cyndaquil (changed from uncommon)
  • Tototdile (changed from uncommon)
  • Teddiursa (changed from uncommon)
  • Houndour (changed from uncommon)
  • Snubbull (changed from uncommon)
  • Skarmory (changed from super rare)

Pokemon Moved To Super Rare

  • Gligar (changed from uncommon)
  • Pineco (changed from uncommon)

In addition, Gligar and Pineco have also been moved from 10km egg down to 5km egg.

New Tier Rarity Egg Chart

Looking at the new changes above, you’ll notice a new rarity which is the Super Rare. Apart from Super Rare, another tier rarity has also been added to the egg chart list. Below is the list of the verified tier list by The Silph Road research team.

  • Common
  • Uncommon
  • Rare
  • Super Rare
  • Hyper Rare

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