Finding Pokémon that we don’t have can be a really big challenge, but luckily there are some algorithms that Pokémon GO uses to make some of these Pokémon easier to catch and Nocturnal Pokémon have a more frequent respawn at night. In this guide, we will show you which Pokémon are easier to catch at night.
Dark and Ghost Pokémon have a nighttime schedule
Actually, you can capture this type of Pokémon almost any time of the day because they appear, but they are much more frequent at certain times.
Ghost or Dark type Pokémon appear more frequently in the local time zone between 8:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. Within that time frame, you can find many more Pokémon of this type than during the day.
What Pokémon can we catch at night?
At Rompeniveles, we like to give you all the information, so we include in this list the Pokémon from each generation that you can obtain at night.
Generation 1: Kanto
Generation 2: Johto
Generation 3: Hoenn
Generation 4: Sinnoh
Generation 5: Unova
Generation 6: Kalos
Generation 7: Alola
- Alolan Rattata
- Alolan Raticate
- Alolan Grimer
- Alolan Muk
Generation 8: Galar
- Galarian Corsola
- Galarian Zigzagoon
- Galarian Linoone
Where is the best place to look for Ghost-type Pokémon?
It’s much easier if you go to places like temples, churches, residential areas, and cemeteries at night to find Ghost-type Pokémon. Although they can also be found in random areas at night, preferably around 1:00 a.m.
What time does Nocturnal Pokémon start appearing?
Nocturnal Pokémon usually start appearing at nightfall, around 8:00 p.m. and continue to appear until 6:00 a.m. the next day. Keep in mind that these times may vary slightly depending on location and season.
Is there any way to make more Nocturnal Pokémon appear?
Yes, you can use items like Incense and Lure Modules to attract more Pokémon, including Nocturnal ones, to your location. You can also visit Pokéstops or gyms at night to increase your chances of finding Nocturnal Pokémon.
Is it safe to play Pokémon GO at night?
The safety of playing Pokémon GO at night depends on your location and circumstances. It is important to be cautious and aware of your surroundings, especially in dark or low-traffic areas. We recommend playing in a group and in well-lit areas and always informing someone of your location and plans.
What Nocturnal legendary Pokémon can I find in raids?
The Nocturnal legendary Pokémon available in raids may vary depending on game events and updates. Some examples of Nocturnal legendary Pokémon include Darkrai, Lunala, and Yveltal. Stay tuned to Pokémon GO news and events for updated information on raids and available legendary Pokémon.
How can I tell if a Pokémon is Nocturnal?
Nocturnal Pokémon usually have certain characteristics that differentiate them from other Pokémon, such as being Ghost, Dark, or Poison type, or having abilities and moves related to night. In addition, they usually appear more frequently at night in the game. Refer to the list of Nocturnal Pokémon in the guide to familiarize yourself with the Nocturnal Pokémon available in Pokémon GO.