How to Get Venusaur Mega Energy Pokemon GO

If you don’t know how to get Venusaur Mega Energy in Pokemon GO, you’ve come to the right place. There are several different “species” of Pokemon that you can gather Mega Energy for, and all of them work more or less the same way. However, the systems are not completely identical. So, in this guide, we’ll focus on showing you how to get Venusaur Mega Energy.

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how to get venusaur mega energy pokemon go
How to Get Venusaur Mega Energy Pokemon GO

How to Get Venusaur Mega Energy in Pokemon GO

To get Venusaur Mega Energy in Pokemon GO, there are exactly three things you can do, and all of them some kind of catch. The first and most reliable way is to defeat Mega Venusaur in Raid Battles. Each time you pull it off, you will get somewhere between 35 and 90 Mega Energy. Of course, these battles are hard, and there’s no surefire way to make a Mega Vensaur spawn in a Raid, but it’s always worth at least attempting. The second way is to walk with a Bulbasaur, Ivysaur or Venusaur as your Buddy. However, this works only if you already have a Mega Venusaur in your storage and want to power it up further (or evolve another one). You should get some Mega Energy for every kilometer walked, but it doesn’t seem to be a guaranteed drop.

The third way to get Pokemon GO Venusaur Mega Energy is to do certain Research Tasks. Not any tasks will do, of course; they have to be related to Venusaur in some capacity. Specifically, there’s the task that requires you to catch ten Grass Pokemon and the one where you need to power up a Grass Pokemon five times. Both of these give you Venusaur Mega Energy regardless of whether or not those Grass-types are in the Venusaur evolution line. Any Grass Pokemon will do. The catch, like with the raid battles, is that these tasks are not always available. The bottom line is, you’ll have to use all three methods of earning the Mega Energy. Evolving a Mega Venusaur requires 200 Mega Energy and then 40 for each subsequent one.

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