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Now that Pokémon Go has added all of the Gen 2 Pokémon (Gold / Silver / Crystal Game Boy games) to the game, some completely new ways to catch up with classic Pokémon are available in the form of ‘baby’ Pokémon, or as we briefly call them. in the late 90’s, ‘pre-evolutions’. These are basically versions of Pokémon that evolve into Pokémon that we are already familiar with in Gen 1.
The best example of a pre-evolution is, of course, Pichu, the baby Pokémon that turns into Pikachu, but Gen 2 adds a ton of them to the game, including Magby, Smoochum, and Tyrogue. On this page is the last one that interests us: the little kung-fu capable fighting guy who has the ability to become a fighting legend.
Tyrogue can evolve into three different Pokémon, making it similar to how Eevee can evolve into several different Pokémon, each with different abilities. Like Eevee, how you evolve into potential new Pokemon Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan, and Hitmontop is dependent on some external factors beyond you that trigger the evolution. With Eevee we had to put together a detailed page that explained all of Eevee’s evolution methods, and it seemed wise to do the same here. Let’s do it.
How to evolve Tyrogue into Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan and Hitmontop
The first step in evolving Tyrogue is… well, it’s catching a Tyrogue. These little beasts can be found in the wild as with any Pokémon, but thankfully It can also be found within 5km Pokemon Eggs., as shown in our Pokémon Go Egg Table. Tyrogue is an “uncommon” egg hatch, making it a bit less unlikely than base Pokémon, but it’s not that hard to hatch yet, so walk around and hatch!
Once you get your hands on your Tyrogue, you’ll want to consider its evolution. As with Eevee’s evolutions, exactly how it evolves is based on an external factor – although where Eevee is due to the Pokémon’s name or a random opportunity, Tyrogue’s evolutions are much more predictable, as shown in the video above. by YouTube user Yanrique Wright.
Here’s the deal:
To turn Tyrogue into Hitmonlee
In order to kick Bruce Lee’s tribute to Hitmonlee, you will need make sure Tyrogue’s attack is the highest of your main stats. If that’s the case, Hitmonlee will be the result when you give Tyrogue 25 candies to evolve.
To check Tyrogue’s stats, use the evaluation tool – the teacher will tell you which of the Pokémon’s stats is the most impressive.
To evolve Tyrogue on Hitmonchan
Hitmonchan, the punch master inspired by Jackie Chan, was already available in the wild, but if you want to evolve it from Tyrogue, you will have to make sure Defense is your highest stat. Feed him all 25 candies if that’s the case and Hitmonchan comes out.
If you need to find out which is the best Tyrogue stat, use the game’s evaluation tool. The Pokémon professor will let you know which of his stats is more impressive, and for Hitmonchan you have to wait for the defense.
To turn Tyrogue into Hitmontop
Hitmontop is really the evolution of Tyrogue that most people want – it’s a new Pokemon for Gen 2, and it’s honestly great. I mean, it spins on its pointed tip like a spinning top (hence the name) and kicks people around. It’s something good. Anyway, to get hitmontop you will need Tyrogue’s highest stat to be its stamina / HP. If that’s the case, when it evolves, it will evolve to Hitmontop.
To find out if Stamina / HP is Tyrogue’s best stat, use the evaluation tool and have the teacher look at your Pokémon. The professor will tell you his most impressive stat.
Other tips on Tyrogue Evolution
For the record, it is not possible to influence your Tyrogue’s statistics; it’s completely random, so cross your fingers and hope for good luck. Pokémon that hatch from the eggs are more likely to be faster, and 5K Eggs are the fastest way to farm multiple Tyrogues unless you’re near a natural nest of the creatures.
As mentioned a couple of times before, if you need to find out which of your stats is the best with Tyrogue, the quickest way is to use the evaluation tool that you find when you see a Pokémon: the teacher who helps you will give you information. on the Pokémon, and although vague, it tells you the best of its stats.
Don’t forget that to grow the sweets needed to evolve Tyrogue, you can set Tyrogue as your Buddy Pokémon and walk with him; As you do so, you will receive sweets rewarded every 5 km.