Pokemon Go Candy Farming Guide – Easy Candy Farming, How to Get Candy For Evolving Pokemon
You guys already know that in Pokemon Go, training and leveling up your Pokemon relies on two things namely evolving the Pokemon and giving power ups to them. This has resulted in a high level of importance for two things namely Stardust and Candy.
While we are going to talk about Stardust separately, this guide is about how you can get the Candy required for both of all such endeavors.
To put it simply, there are two foolproof ways of getting your hands on Candy, undertaking which can guarantee a steady flow of Candy to you.
However, before that you should know that Candy is not a general item. In fact, it is an item that is specific to every specie of Pokemon. Therefore, you have to collect Candy separately for every evolution family.
That being said, let us tell you that you don’t need to worry too much about how to collect it because you will never stop catching Pokemon as long as you are playing Pokemon Go, and catching Pokemon is the simplest way of getting your hands on Candy.
Regardless of whether it was the first time you caught a Pokemon or not, it will get you some Candy as well as some Stardust.
Now when you are looking to evolve a Pokemon, you will need the Candy specific to that family and in order to get that Candy you will need to catch multiple Pokemon of that specific specie and keep pooling up.
While this is one way, the other is to use Pokemon transfers. While the game doesn’t offer transfers among friends so far, you can transfer Pokemon to Professor Willow, who will, in turn get you some more Candy.
The process is simple again, just click on the Pokemon you want to transfer, and then tap Transfer button which can be found at the bottom of the screen.
Naturally, this will also get you Candy for the same evolution family that the Pokemon belonged to, effectively giving you the same Candy more than once for each Pokemon.
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That’s pretty much it, when it comes to getting Candy in Pokemon Go.