Pokemon Let's Go Trade Rattata, Geodude, Diglett - Alola Forms - Should I Do It

Alola Forms in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee can be found strewn across the world. The only way to obtain the Alola Forms in Pokemon Let’s Go is to trade it with specific NPcs that you have to look for. The question is – should I trade my Pokemon, such as Rattata, Geodude, Diglett, and others. Our Pokemon Let’s Go Trade Rattata, Geodude, Diglett – Alola Forms guide aims to show you where to find these different Pokemon to complete your Pokedex, and should you trade your Pokemon for others.

Pokemon Let's Go Trade Rattata, Geodude, Diglett - Alola Forms - Should I Do It
Pokemon Let’s Go Trade Rattata, Geodude, Diglett – Alola Forms – Should I Do It

Should I Trade Rattata, Geodude, Diglett in Pokemon Let’s Go?

The answer is a definitive and resounding YES. At several points in Pokemon Let’s Go, you’ll come across people that will offer to trade their Pokemon for yours. So far, we’ve run into people that wanted to trade Rattata, Geodude, and Diglett. As it turns out, it seems that these people are from the Alola continent. So, you should absolutely trade for their Pokemon to get Alola forms of Pokemon you already have, to complete your Pokedex. Not only that, but these Pokemon will often be several levels ahead of your Pokemon, in case you needed even more reasons to trade.

Where to Find Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee Rattata Alola Form?

To find Pokemon Let’s Go Rattata Alola Form, your first stop is Cerulean City. Make your way to the Pokemon Center in the city. To the left of the reception desk, you’ll find a girl called Tatianna. Talk to her. She will offer to trade her Rattata for yours. You should, of course, accept the trade. She’ll give you the Alola Form Rattata (Pokedex number 019). She gave us a Rattata that was level 12.

Pokemon Let’s Go Geodude Alola Form Location

The location of the Geodude Alola Form is in Vermilion City. Go to the Pokemon Center in that city. Head inside, then go left of the reception desk. There, you’ll find a big, jolly guy named Higeo. He’s dressed like he’s going on a safari, and has a huge backpack with camping gear. Talk with him until he offers to trade his Geodude for your Geodude. Accept the trade, and you’ll get the Alola Form of Geodude (Pokedex Number 074). The one we got was level 16.

How to Get Diglett Alola Form Trade in Pokemon Let’s Go?

To get the Diglett Alola Form, go to Lavender Town. Once there, head to the Pokemon Center. In there, you’ll find a light-haired woman in a red dress. Her name is Digette, and she’ll be sitting on a couch to the left of the reception desk. Talk to her. When she offers to trade Digletts, accept her offer. You’ll get the Alola Form Diglett (Pokedex number 050). The one we got was level 25.

Alola Form Grimer Location – Where to Find in Pokemon Let’s Go?

In order to get an Alola Form Grimer in Pokemon Let’s Go, you’ll need to visit the Pokemon Center in Lavender Town. It’s the same one as we’ve described above. Except, instead of going to the left of the reception desk, go to the upper right corner. You’ll find a guy with a red mohawk and red vest, called Darko, standing by one of the blue pillars. Trade your Grimer with him, and you’ll get the Alola Form Grimer (Pokedex number 088). The Alola Grimer we got was level 44.

Where to Trade Pokemon Let’s Go Exeggutor?

To find the person that wants to trade their Exeggutor with you, go inside the Pokemon League building. That’s the place on top of the long staircase in Indigo Plateau. Anyway, once you go inside the building, you’ll spot a store on the left of the atrium. In the left corner of the shop, you’ll spot a guy long, black hair, wearing glasses, a gray plaid shirt, and black pants. Talk to him, and, if you decide to trade, you stand to gain a level 46 Exeggutor.

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