Pokemon GO “ Buddy and Adventure ” mode surprising ecology to know where kicking stood

“Buddy and adventure” mode implemented in the smartphone game “Pokemon GO”. When your friend Buddy Pokemon starts wandering around the trainer, it shows a surprising ecology.

First, kicking. Speaking of kicking, it is like lying on your elbow like a dad on holiday. I was impressed with the stoic style that hardly penetrated my style even when I entered the battle.

However, as soon as he became the “good buddy” after receiving only the kick, the kicking rose quickly and began to wander around the trainer (avatar) with bipedalism. A partner who has a deeper bond can show a completely different appearance than usual. At first glance, it may be just before the tragedy.

It is also a feature of Buddy and Adventure Mode that a large Pokemon is drawn in an appropriate size. Kroger is a prime example, but Arora Nassie has not lost. After all, the height is nominally 10.9 meters. I’m too tall and have trouble giving snacks.

On the AR + screen, you can’t capture Nassy’s face in the frame unless you point your smartphone camera almost directly above. To be able to give you only, you need to throw it in the sky as it is. Perhaps it’s a strange person on the sidelines, so it’s better not to do it in public.

The appearance of a flying type of Pokemon such as a fire or a sander flying over the sky is very pictorial, but the metagross that flies as cool as it does. Fold the four legs and proceed in low altitude.

Buddies can be changed up to 20 times a day

It is good to go into the doting mode to become your favorite Pokémon and become the “best companion”, but it is also fun to observe the ecology of various Pokémon. You can change your buddy up to 20 times a day, and even if you switch back to the original buddy, you will retain the heart you got before the replacement (however, the distance you walked after getting the heart will be reset). If there is a Pokemon that you are worried about, why not take a close look at it as a companion?