Have you ever been in the middle of a Pokémon GO event, catching a rare Event Pokémon, and then found yourself wondering whether you should transfer it to Pokémon Home?
If this has happened to you, don’t worry, as you’re not alone. Many trainers, including myself, have been puzzled by this question.
I often find myself staring at my screen, wondering if I should transfer my Event Pikachu to Pokémon Home.
So, let’s explore this mystery together and find out whether you should transfer Event Pokémon to home. We’ll also discuss why it might be challenging to transfer them.🎮👾
Event Pokémon are remarkable creatures that appear during in-game events in Pokémon GO😉.
Whether you should move Event Pokémon to Pokémon Home depends on what you like as a Pokémon trainer.
If you really like the unique looks and rareness 💎of Event Pokémon in your Pokémon GO collection, it’s better to keep them there.
These Pokémon often have cool outfits or stuff that doesn’t work in Pokémon Home, making them exceptional in Pokémon GO.
However, if your Pokémon Storage is getting full and you need room for new catches, you might think about transferring some Pokémon.
Remember, though, Event Pokémon can’t be moved to Pokémon Home right now. So, if you transfer one, you’re basically saying bye to it for just a few candies, and you can’t take it to Pokémon Home.
In short, deciding to transfer Event Pokémon to Pokémon Home is up to you and what you like in the game the most. 🎮👾
You can’t transfer special Event Pokémon from Pokémon GO to Pokémon Home🥺 . These Pokémon are exclusive to Pokémon GO because of their unique looks, like costumes and hats.
This exclusivity makes them unique in the Pokémon GO community. The transfer isn’t allowed for a few reasons:
- Exclusivity: Event Pokémon are made just for Pokémon GO, with unique accessories not supported in other games.
- Form Changes: Some Pokémon, like Castform and Giratina, can change forms. If transferred, they’d lose their particular form.
- Costumed Pokémon: Those with hats or costumes, like Sunhat Pikachu or Sunglasses Absol, can’t be transferred.
- Energy Cost: Transferring unique form Pokémon might use up a player’s transporter energy for the week.
Here is a table showing Event Pokémon and its unique features.
Pokémon Go Anniversary
Even though you can’t bring Event Pokémon to Pokémon Home, they add a cool touch to your GO collection.
Maybe in the future, the rules might change. Until then, happy catching! 🎉🎮👾
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