How do you breed a porygon? This is one question that many people have when they get into the world of Pokémon. In this guide, we will go over all the steps to make sure your Porygon can produce an egg. We will also cover how long it takes for eggs to hatch and what happens if you try to evolve your Porygon before it hatches! All of these answers and more can be found in our ultimate guide on breeding a porygon!
The first thing you need to do is get a Porygon. You can find them all over Alola, but the best place to start your search is on Route 17 in Pokémon Moon or Akala Island in Pokémon Sun. Here are some other things that there will be more information about: What moves does it learn? How long does it take for eggs to hatch and what happens if I try to evolve my porygon before it hatches? What type of items should I use when breeding? Does the IV matter at all with breeding time and success rates?
We can’t answer that for you, but we will break down all of the information about breeding a Porygon and give you some helpful tips! With this guide in hand, it should be easy to breed your own porygon at home. How long does it take for eggs to hatch? The time varies depending on the parent’s IVs and level, so there is no set amount of time. This means that when hatching an egg with one good IV (not perfect), it may actually take less than 40 hours while if both parents are maxed out then it could take up to 72 hours or more. In terms of what happens after they have hatched though-the Pokémon itself doesn’t have an IV stat, so its value will be the average of the parent’s values.
How do I know how long it will take to hatch my egg? There is no set time frame as we said before, but if you can keep track of your Pokémon’s steps then use that number when determining how many hours have passed. If a Porygon takes 500 steps in one day and has been taking those same amounts for the past few days-we would estimate 40 hours have gone by since they were laid (since pokémon eggs hatch within about two weeks). What are some helpful tips on breeding a Porygon? Breed with two Pokémon from different regions! For example-a Kanto region male and a Johto region female. The offspring will have the moves that are exclusive to their respective regions, so this can be a very useful breeding strategy if you’re looking for Pokémon with certain type advantages against your opponents!
What is Porygon good at? It’s not entirely clear what Porygon excels in as it doesn’t evolve and has some stats that are better than others (and its base stat total is high). We would recommend using it primarily for competitive battles or possibly even Pokémon Go-as its low weight makes it easy to walk long distances without tiring out too quickly. In summary, we’ve gone over how pokémon eggs work and talked about what things need to happen before you can get them. Now you know how to breed a porygon and what it’s good at, so all that remains is for you to decide on whether or not this process is worth doing! Breeding in the games? In Pokémon X and Y, breeding follows two different methods: chaining baby Pokémon “Nursery” style (via stacking multiple level-one Nidorinas/Nidorinos together) and hatching eggs with someone else playing nearby via Wonder Trade).
Nursery breeding can be done by placing two-level one Nidorinas/Nidorinos on top of each other in the Nursery and then depositing five Pokémon eggs. The number of steps you take determines how many “steps” it takes to breed a baby Pokémon through this method, with more rare species taking longer. After a certain amount of time passes (about an hour), you will have hatched an egg that will contain either another Nidoran or Nidoqueen depending on which parent was male or female respectively). If there are any ties for gender between both parents, the game randomly selects what type of pokémon is born from the egg) . Alright, how do I get started? *The first thing you need to know is that there are two different types of breeding: Nursery Mode and Daycare mode.