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How To Ride Pokemon In Pokemon Let’s Go

How To Ride Pokemon In Pokemon Let's Go
Want to travel faster? This guide will tell you How To Ride Pokemon In Pokemon Let’s Go, which acts as this versions bike with much faster travel times through many areas of the region. You do not need to unlock anything to access this feature. You don’t need to reach a certain part of the game or purchase anything from a store.

Firstly, you need to know that not all Pokemon can be mounted. Which makes sense, right? Poor Squirtle wouldn’t last long if you sat on its back. There are many different types of Pokemon you can mount, but mounting each of them is the exact same process.

How To Ride Pokemon In Pokemon Let’s Go

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] Some of the earlier Pokemon you can find that can be mounted include Onix, Arcanine and Persian. The latter two are both found in Pokemon trades with NPCs. Onix can be found and caught inside the Mount Moon cave, which is relatively early on in the adventure.

Once you have a Pokemon that can be mounted, you simply need to let them out of their Pokeball. Add the Pokemon to your party and then open the Party Menu. From there, you can let them out of their Pokeball. If this is a normal Pokemon, it will just run by your side but if it’s one that can be mounted, you will mount the Pokemon instantly.

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