'Pokémon Go' Gen 2 Egg Chart: New guides for hatching the baby Pokémon
How long do you have to walk to hatch those freaking Gen 2 Pokémon Go eggs and get some new Pokémon? These new Pokémon Go egg charts may hold the answer.
Not being able to catch the baby Pokémon introduced by Gen 2 other than by hatching eggs is a pain in the ass, but some new data on Pokémon eggs in Pokémon Go can at least help you figure out which Gen 2 eggs to incubate first.
Editor's note: Please keep in mind that these charts were developed less than 48 hours after the Gen 2 update. The information may change as more data comes in from trainers and we will let you know as soon as it does.
Pokémon Go Gen 2 egg: Which new Pokémon hatch from which eggs?
The Silph Road member trouxnes has put together a simple infographic that shows which Gen 2 Pokémon come from 2-kilometer, 5-kilometer or 10-kilometer eggs.
The toughest Pokémon to hatch will be Smoochum, Magby and Elekid. They all hatch from 10-kilometer eggs, according to this Gen 2 egg chart. Togepi and Pichu hatch from 5-kilometer eggs, while Cleffa and Igglybuff hatch from 2-kilometer eggs.
The same results have been reported by Silph Road member ShotgunMavericks01, who also provided a reference guide for how many candies are required to evolve all of the new Gen 2 Pokémon. Togepi requires 50 candies to evolve and the other baby Pokémon only require 25 candies, according to the data.
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If you're trying to decide whether to hatch all your new 2km eggs first or go for the 10km egg, you may also want to check out Mic's Pokémon Go guides. Here's the new top 10 attackers list and the new top 20 rankings following the balance update, guides on post-update Chansey and Rhydon, everything you need to know about finding the long-awaited Pokémon Ditto, creating new PokéStops, how to maximize your chances of catching Pokémon and fresh information about how PokéStops distribute Pokémon eggs.