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What To Do If You Run Out Of Pokeballs In Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee

What To Do If You Run Out Of Pokeballs In Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee
You can’t catch them all if you run out of Pokeballs. This guide will tell you What To Do If You Run Out Of Pokeballs In Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee as contingency plans have been put in place to help the struggling trainer without the balls to continue on the adventure.

Catching Pokemon is a vital part of Pokemon Let’s Go but the mechanics are a little different compared to the earlier games. It’s very easy to run out of Pokeballs and find yourself in a bit of a dead end but thankfully there’s a couple of people that can lend a hand.

What To Do If You Run Out Of Pokeballs In Pokemon Let’s Go

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] In the latter stages of the game, it’s very difficult to find yourself stuck as you get plenty of cash and can purchase Pokeballs all over. However, at the start of your journey, the lack of funds and abundance of new Pokemon to catch can cause problems.

There are two NPC’s you can speak to that will help you if you run out of Pokeballs. The first is in Mount Moon, towards the very end of the cave. The second is in Digletts Cave. You’re looking for the elderly gentleman who is lacking a little on the top.

Speak with him if you run out of Pokeballs and he’ll give you some for free.

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