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The most important Generation III catches: farming best Gen III Pokémon made easy

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Slakoth 125 CandySlakoth evolves into Slaking, one of the bulkiest Generation III Pokémon. Although we expect Slaking to receive a heavy nerf with Yawn being it’s only Quick Move (Yawn can attack only every second round), Slakoth is still an interesting catch that could pay off stat wise.

Beldum 125 CandyBeldum is a complete no brainer. Beldum evolves Metagross, a

steel

and 

psychic

typed offensive beast with 3644 Max CP. One should never skip a Beldum, nor should you forget to use a Pinap Berry on it!

Bagon 125 CandyBagon is essentially the Dratini of Generation III, with two staged

dragon

evolution that ends up with Salamence, a slightly weaker version of Dragonite that has access to Draco Meteor, it’s signature move. Bagon is expected to be a super rare catch, similar to how Dratini was in Gen 1.

Aron 125 CandyAron is a curious entry on this list. Aron evolves into Aggron, a

steel

and

rock

defensive monster, with 304 Defense and 3004 Max CP. Unfortunately, Aggron takes 2x SE damage from

ground

and 

fighting

attacks.

Ralts 125 CandyRalts and it’s final evolution Gardevoir is one of our all time favourite Gen III Pokémon. With

psychic

and

fairy

typing, expected access to strong Fairy moves and a great stat distribution for the current meta, Gardevoir will be a great Pokémon in any team.

Feebas 100 CandyFeebas evolves into a Milotic, a solid, high CP, bulky

water

type. Milotic is essentially a slightly different version of Gyarados, a solid, beefy Pokémon with not much fuss.

Makuhita 50 CandyLet’s break some bricks! Makuhita evolves into a Hariyama, a Machamp tiered 

fighting

attacker. Unlike Machamp, Hariyama has a ton of Stamina (288) and is expected to perform fairly better than it’s Generation 1 predecessor. Combine that with low cost of evolution, and it’s not hard to see why we’re excited about Makuhita.

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