How to train and evolve your Pokémon
Your goal may be catching one copy of each Pokémon, but you need to grab every Pokémon you see to be successful in Pokémon Go. The only way to power up and evolve your Pokémon is by feeding them candies and stardust, which are collected by catching Pokémon, hatching Pokémon, and by transferring them to Professor Willow. While catching so many copies of the same Pokémon may sound tedious at first, the prospect of earning enough combat points (CP) and hit points (HP) to them more effective in battle can be a strong motivator for the right player.
Evolving your Pokémon is one of the main goals of the game, but it takes effort. In order to evolve, say, an Eevee, you will need 50 Eevee candies. Every Eevee you catch nets you three candies, and transferring them grants you another per transferred Pokémon. So, for each extra Eevee you catch and transfer, you get four candies, meaning you’ll need to catch about 13 Eevees in total to evolve just one.
Different Pokémon evolutions require different amounts of candies. Evolving a Ghastly to Haunter, for example, only requires 25 Ghastly candies, whereas evolving a Haunter to a Gengar will require another 100 Ghastly candies. If you want to evolve a Magikarp to a Gyarados, you’ll need a whopping 400 Magikarp candies (about 100 Magikarps). Candies only come in basic Pokémon varieties, and are rewarded for catching any Pokémon in a particular evolutionary chain.
A Note about evolving Eevees: Unlike in the main Pokémon video games, which require you to give Eevee a special elemental stone to evolve it into either Flareon (fire), Vaporeon (water), or Jolteon (electric), Pokémon Go randomizes your Eevee evolution. However, Redditors have seemingly stumbled on a trick to ensure you get the evolution you’re after: by naming your Eevee one the names of three characters in the Pokémon anime series — Sparky (electric), Rainer (water), or Pyro (fire) — you can reportedly force them to evolve into the Eeveelution corresponding with their nickname’s element).
One more thing: Transferring Pokémon is not reversible; you won’t be able to get transferred Pokémon back. Only deposit the weaker extras of the same Pokémon, and hold on to the strongest one.Hope this writing would help you catch the Pokemons you wanted, And we will keep updating the tips and skills to how to catch the Pokemon on our website.