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What Does Its Huge Mean In Pokemon Lets Go

What Is Its Huge Mean In Pokemon Lets Go
Found a Pokemon that is considered huge? This guide will tell you What Does Its Huge Mean In Pokemon Lets Go as there are multiple different sizes of Pokemon you can catch and each has a different effect on the Pokemon in question.

When you are exploring in Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee or Pikachu, you will sometimes see Pokemon with auras. These are swirling colors that surround them as they wander around in the tall grass. There are two different colors, red and blue. Red means it’s huge and blue means, it’s tiny.

What Does Its Huge Mean In Pokemon Lets Go

Much like the original Pokemon games, the height and weight of Pokemon do have a small impact on certain moves. For example, a heavier Pokemon did more damage with Low Kick. While it’s not vital to have either a Huge or Tiny Pokemon, any bonuses applied to moves are better than no bonuses.

In short, Huge Pokemon do gain damage bonuses on certain moves whereas their normal size counterparts would not. Another bonus is Experience Points and Candies. The heavier Pokemon can offer up to 5x more experience points when caught so be sure to look out for them.

If we discover any other effects of Huge Pokemon, we’ll update the guide. We also have a guide for Tiny Pokemon here as well.

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