How to Get Gimmighoul Pokemon GO 2023

If you don’t know how to get Gimmighoul in Pokemon GO in 2023, you’ve come to the right guide. We are going to take you through the whole process, which is admittedly unnecessarily complicated. Incredibly annoying, some might be tempted to say. We’ll also talk about all the limitations and the different ways you can earn more Coins.

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how to get gimmighoul pokemon go 2023
How to Get Gimmighoul Pokemon GO 2023

How to Catch Gimmighoul in Pokemon GO 2023

In order to catch Gimmighoul in Pokemon GO in 2023, according to the official announcement, you have to connect to Pokemon Scarlet and/or Violet to Pokemon GO. This will allow you send a postcard from GO to Scarlet and Violet. By doing so, you will get your hands on the Coin Bag. Using this item will make Roaming Form Gimmighoul appear near you for a limited period of time. Apparently, Professor Willow has developed the item based on the Pokemon’s penchant for collecting coins, which is a neat bit of lore. And yes, Gimmighoul can evolve into Gholdengo after you collect a whopping 999 Gimmighoul Coins. You can only use the Coin Bag one a day (resets at midnight local time), and only after you’ve sent a postcard.

So, that’s how you catch Gimmighoul in Pokemon GO in 2023. One more limitation you need to be aware of is that the postcards you send will remain in your Postcard Book, and you can only send each Postcard once. Harsh, I know. On the bright side, you can get more Gimmighoul coins by setting it as your Buddy Pokemon. Also, you can use Golden Lure Modules to turn regular PokeStops gold. Spin them for a chance to earn even more Coins. You might be noticing Gold Pokestops already, without any lures placed on them. These are just a temporary thing, so make the most of them. By the way, you get the Golden Lure Modules by sending multiple postcards. I think that’s everything you need to know. Good luck out there!

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