Breeding Guide

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  1. Anouck1

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    Hey player!
    A little guide on breeding.

    You start the breeding progress by choosing two Pokémons that are compatible to breed with each other.

    Pokémons are compatible to breed if:
    - They are NOT legendary Pokémon, Baby Pokémon, Unown, Nidorina or Nidoqueen.
    - They are opposite genders.
    - They are in the same egg group.
    - They are NOT breed trade egg Pokémon (Rare, Epic, Shiny, Aura, Shadow, etcetera)

    You can only breed with a maximum of 1 egg Pokemon (from rare, epic, shiny, aura, shadow) at a time.

    When you are at the Breeding Center you start by talking to Katie.
    Katie is located inside every Breeding Center behind the counter.

    Put the Pokémons you want to breed in your inventory hotbar, talk to Katie and click on the Pokémons you want to breed. After you put your Pokémons in the squares you click on the apple to breed them. This will cost you 25 tokens each time.
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    Once you have started the breeding, you can check your hatching progress at the NPC Dominic. And you can open your egg here.
    Each egg has a different timer this depends on the pokemon your breeding. You can only open one egg at a time
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    These are the items you can buy in the Breeding shops. All items can be used unlimited:
    - Power Anklet:[​IMG]
    Buy 1 for: 50, Sell 1 for: 10
    • You can use this to place on one of the parents during breeding and it passes down the speed ivs of the pokemon holding it to it’s egg
    • You can also place this on your pokemon to gain an additional 4 speed evs when you defeat a pokemon.
    Power Band:[​IMG]
    Buy 1 for: 50, Sell 1 for: 10
    • You can use this to place on one of the parents during breeding and it passes down the Special Defense ivs of the pokemon holding it to it’s egg
    • You can also place this on your pokemon to gain an additional 4 Special Defense evs when you defeat a pokemon.
    Power Belt:[​IMG]
    Buy 1 for: 50, Sell 1 for: 10
    • You can use this to place on one of the parents during breeding and it passes down the Defense ivs of the pokemon holding it to it’s egg
    • You can also place this on your pokemon to gain an additional 4 Defense evs when you defeat a pokemon.
    Power Bracer:[​IMG]
    Buy 1 for: 50, Sell 1 for: 10
    • You can use this to place on one of the parents during breeding and it passes down the Attack ivs of the pokemon holding it to it’s egg
    • You can also place this on your pokemon to gain an additional 4 Attack evs when you defeat a pokemon.
    Power Lens:[​IMG]
    Buy 1 for: 50, Sell 1 for: 10
    • You can use this to place on one of the parents during breeding and it passes down the Special Attack ivs of the pokemon holding it to it’s egg
    • You can also place this on your pokemon to gain an additional 4 Special Attack evs when you defeat a pokemon.
    Power Weight:[​IMG]
    Buy 1 for: 50, Sell 1 for: 10
    • You can use this to place on one of the parents during breeding and it passes down the HP ivs of the pokemon holding it to it’s egg
    • You can also place this on your pokemon to gain an additional 4 HP evs when you defeat a pokemon.
    Everstone:[​IMG]
    Buy 1 for: 75, Sell 1 for: 15
    • You can use this to place on one of the parents during breeding and it has a 100% chance to pass down the nature of the pokemon holding it to it’s egg
    • You can also place this on your pokemon to prevent evolution from occurring
    Breeding center in Gen 1:
    Located at Aura Village. XYZ: 611 / 70 / 943.
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    Breeding shop in Gen 1:
    Located at Battle City. XYZ: 403 / 102 / -97.
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    Breeding center in Gen 2:
    Located at Filora Town. XYZ: -110 / 67 / 963.
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    Breeding shop in Gen 2:
    Located at Filora Town. XYZ: -157 / 69 / 938.
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    Breeding center in Gen 3:
    Located at Wavemeet Bay. XYZ: -936 / 23 / 995.
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    Breeding shop in Gen 3:
    Located at Spawn - Findview Port. XYZ: -321 / 31 / 555.
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    These next few topics will be a little more advanced, mainly for people who want to breed their pokemon for competitive battling. I recommend you have a lot more experience and resources in order to attempt these breeding tactics.

    In order to breed for Stats effectively you must purchase items from the shop that will best suit the pokemon that you are planning to breed.
    • This can be determined by looking at the pokemon’s base stats(what the pokemon is created with) and what other stats are essential to the pokemon’s success and improve on those.

    • An example would be breeding for a good dragonite:
      If you look at the base stats of dragonite, it’s highest stat is in the attack category. So clearly this is the stat you want to focus on as well as speed so the dragonite can ideally go first. The ideal way to approach this is by passing down the attack ivs of a dragonite that has good attack ivs with a power bracer. After this you would want to give the other parent dragonite an everstone if it is adamant(or jolly) as it has a chance to pass down nature. This will result in an egg with a dratini in it that is guaranteed the attack ivs of the parent holding the power bracer and the nature of the parent holding the everstone. However, the other IVs are not all guaranteed to be good which is where chain breeding comes in. At this point you will want to rebreed the dratini you just received from breeding if it is not good in the speed stat. By doing this you can pass down the nature of the dratini you received and also choose another good stat from the other parent dragonite, which in this case we would use a power anklet for speed. At this point you will most likely need multiple attempts to get the attack stat from the parent dratini since it is by chance. If done correctly and enough times you end up with a perfect nature and IV dragonite.
    1. Basic breeding
    If we have a female Raichu and we want to get a new one, we can breed it to get Pichu. First we need to find a compatible Pokémon. A Pikachu/Raichu of the opposite gender will always work, otherwise we need to look for other Pokémon in the same egg group.

    Raichu is in Fairy and Ground egg groups, so we have plenty of Pokémon to choose from! For example a male Shinx, Bidoof, Umbreon or Granbull or over 130 other Pokémon will do the job just fine.

    2. Breeding with Ditto
    We can breed a male Primeape with Ditto. The baby will be a Mankey. If we bred the Primeape with a female Pokémon then the baby would be that species, not Mankey.

    A Pokémon such as Magneton must breed with Ditto to get Magnemite, because it is genderless.

    3. Charizard with Dig & Iron Tail
    Charizard, like many other Pokémon, can learn the move Dig via TM28. But if you already used the TM then you may be able to breed it onto a Charmander.

    Let's assume you taught TM28 to a male Aggron (who has also learnt Iron Tail by level up) and we also have a female Charmeleon. Charmeleon and Aggron are both in the Monster group so they can breed.

    When we breed these two Pokémon, the resulting Charmander will know Dig and Iron Tail, since it can learn both those moves by TM (even though Iron Tail was not actually taught by TM). Depending on what other moves the parents know these two moves may overwrite other basic moves like Growl or Scratch.
    The main purpose of breeding is usually to obtain a Pokémon that knows certain moves. If the male Pokémon knows moves that the baby Pokémon is capable of learning, it will know them when it hatches from the egg. This is a good way to reuse TMs that you taught a Pokémon and cannot re-obtain in another way like buying.

    The baby will know any move that it learns at level 1. If both parents know a move that the child would learn by level up, the child will also know it upon hatching.

    Furthermore, there are some moves Pokémon can only learn by breeding - these are called egg moves, and are listed in our Pokédex alongside the other moves. In most cases, a Pokémon in the same egg group learns the move by level up and can pass it on by breeding, but sometimes you need to chain breed from one Pokémon to another to another.

    If there are too many candidate moves that the baby can learn, they follow this precedent, with each new move overwriting previous ones:
    1. Level 1 moves.
    2. Moves that the child learns by level up, if both parents have them.
    3. Any compatible TMs, HMs and move tutor moves known by the father.
    4. Any egg moves known by the father.
    All the baby Pokémon from generation 2:

    Pichu
    National Number: #172.
    Type: Electric
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 50% Male, 50% Female.
    Evolutions: Pichu → Pikachu → Raichu.

    Smoochum
    National Number: #238.
    Type: Ice / Psychic
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 0% Male, 100% Female.
    Evolutions: Smoochum → Jynx.

    Elekid
    National Number: #293.
    Type: Electric
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender 75% Male, 25% Female.
    Evolutions: Elekid → Electabuzz → Electivire.
    (Electivire is from generation 4 not out on Pokéfind yet.)

    Magby
    National Number: #240.
    Type: Fire
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 75% Male, 25% Female.
    Evolutions: Magby → Magmar → Magmortar.
    (Magmortar is from generation 4 not out on Pokéfind yet.)

    Tyrogue
    National Number: #236.
    Type: Fighting
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 100% Male, 0% Female.
    Evolutions: Tyrogue → Hitmonlee.
    Tyrogue → Hitmonchan.
    Tyrogue → Hitmontop.

    Igglybuff
    National Number: #174.
    Type: Normal / Fairy
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 25% Male, 75% Female.
    Evolutions: Igglybuff → Jigglypuff → Wigglytuff.

    Togepi
    National Number: #175.
    Type: Fairy
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 87.5% Male, 12.5% Female.
    Evolutions: Togepi → Togetic → Togekiss.
    (Togekiss is from generation 4 not out on Pokéfind yet.)

    Cleffa
    National Number: #173.
    Type: Fairy
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 25% Male, 75% Female.
    Evolutions: Cleffa → Clefairy → Clefable.
    All the baby Pokémon from generation 3:

    Azurill
    National Number: #298.
    Type: Normal / Fairy
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 25% Male, 75% Female.
    Evolutions: Azurill → Marill → Azumarill.

    Wynaut

    National Number: #360.
    Type: Psychic
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 50% Male, 50% Female.
    Evolutions: Wynaut → Wobbuffet.
    All the baby Pokémon from generation 4:
    (Generation 4 is not in PokéFind yet)

    Budew
    National Number: #406.
    Type: Grass / Poison
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 50% Male, 50% Female.
    Evolutions: Budew → Roselia → Roserade.

    Munchlax
    National Number: #446.
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 87.5% Male, 12.5% Female.
    Evolutions: Munchlax → Snorlax.

    Mantyke
    National Number: #458.
    Type: Water / Flying
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 50% Male, 50% Female.
    Evolutions: Mantyke → Mantine.

    Bonsly
    National Number: #438.
    Type: Rock
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 50% Male, 50% Female.
    Evolutions: Bonsly → Sudowoodo.

    Riolu
    National Number: #447.
    Type: Fighting
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 87.5% Male, 12.5% Female.
    Evolutions: Riolu → Lucario.

    Happiny
    National Number: #440.
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 0% Male, 100% Female
    Evolutions: Happiny → Chansey → Blissey.

    Mime Jr.
    National Number: #439.
    Type: Psychic / Fairy
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 50% Male, 50% Female
    Evolutions: Mime Jr. → Mr. Mime.

    Chingling.
    National Number: #433.
    Type: Psychic
    Egg Group: Undiscovered
    Gender: 50% Male, 50% Female
    Evolutions: Chingling. → Chimecho.
    Each Pokémon has one or more egg groups, only Pokémon in the same egg groups may breed.

    Groups:
    (Names are clickable to see all Pokémons in the groups)

    - Amorphous is connected to Fairy / Grass / Mineral / Water 1 and has 59 Pokémons in this egg group.
    The egg group Amorphous has mostly pokémons that aren't based on real creatures,but they are instead shapeless blobs or gases. Like Ghost and Poison Pokémon.

    - Bug is connected to Fairy / Grass / Human-Like / Mineral / Water 1 / Water 3 and has 79 Pokémons in this egg group.
    The egg group Bug has pokémons that are based on mainly Bug types. There are very few Pokémon here also in a second group, and several do not learn egg moves.

    - Dragon is connected to Field / Flying / Monster / Water 1 / Water 2 and has 52 Pokémons in this egg group.
    The egg group Dragon has pokémons that are based on dragons. Less than half of the Pokémon in this group are Dragon type. Most of the Pokémon here belong to a second group.

    - Fairy is connected to Amorphous / Bug / Field / Flying / Grass / Mineral / Water 1 and has 51 Pokémons in this egg group.
    The egg group Fairy has pokémons that are mostly cute Pokémon, or Majestic in their appearance.

    - Field is connected to Dragon / Fairy / Flying / Grass / Human-Like / Monster / Water 1 / Water 2 and has 233 Pokémons in this egg group.
    The egg group Field is the largest egg group. As well as having many Ground type Pokémon, the Field group contains lots of land-based mammals and has the most diverse range of types. This makes for easy breeding of multiple moves.

    - Flying is connected to Dragon / Fairy / Field / Water 1 / Water 3 and has 60 Pokémons in this egg group.
    The egg group Flying has Pokémons that are mostly a bird-like appearance.

    - Grass is connected to Amorphous / Bug / Fairy / Field / Human-Like / Mineral / Monster / Water 1 and has 68 Pokémons in this egg group.
    The egg group Grass has Pokémon that are mostly some kind of plant.

    - Human-Like is connected to Bug / Field / Grass and has 52 Pokémons in this egg group.
    The egg group Human-Like has Pokémon that are bipedal, like humans. Most Fighting type Pokémon are in this group.

    - Mineral is connected to Amorphous / Bug / Fairy / Grass and has 61 Pokémons in this egg group.
    The egg group Mineral has Pokémons mostly based on inanimate objects, most are Rock and Steel type. The majority of Pokémon here are only in this group and many are genderless.

    - Monster is connected to Dragon / Field / Grass / Water 1 and has 80 Pokémon in this egg group.
    The egg group Monster are large, powerful beasts. It is one of the largest and most diverse groups. Many of the starters are in this group.

    - Water 1 is connected to Amorphous / Bug / Dragon / Fairy / Field / Flying / Grass / Monster / Water 2 / Water 3 and has 95 Pokémons in this egg group.
    The egg group Water 1 are generally amphibious (surviving in and out of water) Pokémon. All the water type starters are in this egg group.

    - Water 2 is connected to Dragon / Field / Water 1 and has 26 Pokémons in this egg group.
    The egg group Water 2 Pokémon are generally based on fish.

    - Water 3 is connected to Bug / Flying / Water 1 and has 33 Pokémons in this egg group.
    The egg group Water 3 has a mix of different Pokémon types, including fossil Pokémon, crabs and invertebrates.

    - Ditto is connected to all egg groups except itself and the Undiscovered group and has 1 Pokémon in this egg group.
    The egg group Ditto has the Pokémon Ditto in it.

    - Undiscovered is connected to nobody and has 112 Pokémon in this egg group.
    The egg group undiscovered can not breed with any Pokémon. The group mostly consist of Legendary and baby Pokémons.

    Example: Let's say you have a Pokémon in the Fairy egg group with a move you want to breed onto a Pokémon from the Dragon egg group. There are no Pokémon in both groups so you'd need to find in intermediate group. Looking at the rows for both Fairy and Dragon below you'll see that the groups Field, Flying and Water 1 connect to both. So you'd need to breed the move onto a Pokémon like Pikachu (Fairy/Field groups) then onto a Pokémon like Arbok (Field/Dragon groups).
    1 Hour:
    Magikarp - Egg: Water 2, Dragon
    Gyarados - Egg: Water 2, Dragon

    2 Hours:
    Zubat - Egg: Flying
    Golbat - Egg: Flying
    Rattata - Egg: Field
    Raticate - Egg: Field

    3 Hours:
    Caterpie - Egg: Bug
    Metapod - Egg: Bug
    Butterfree - Egg: Bug
    Kakuna - Egg: Bug
    Beedrill - Egg: Bug
    Paras - Egg: Bug, Grass
    Parasect - Egg: Bug, Grass
    Girafarig - Egg: Field
    4 Hours:
    Spearow - Egg: Flying
    Fearow - Egg: Flying
    Farfetch'd - Egg: Flying, Field
    Doduo - Egg: Flying
    Dodrio - Egg: Flying
    Hoothoot - Egg: Flying
    Noctowl - Egg: Flying
    Crobat - Egg: Flying
    Taillow - Egg: Flying
    Swellow - Egg: Flying
    Wingull - Egg: Flying
    Pelipper - Egg: Flying
    Magnemite - Egg: Mineral
    Magneton - Egg: Mineral
    Lunatone - Egg: Mineral
    Solrock - Egg: Mineral
    Seel - Egg: Water 1, Field
    Dewgong - Egg: Water 1, Field
    Goldeen - Egg: Water 2
    Seaking - Egg: Water 2
    Staryu - Egg: Water 3
    Starmie - Egg: Water 3
    Grimer - Egg: Amorphous
    Muk - Egg: Amorphous
    Yanma - Egg: Bug
    Ledyba - Egg: Bug
    Ledian - Egg: Bug
    Spinarak - Egg: Bug
    Ariados - Egg: Bug
    Wurmple - Egg: Bug
    Silcoon - Egg: Bug
    Beautifly - Egg: Bug
    Cascoon - Egg: Bug
    Dustox - Egg: Bug
    Sentret - Egg: Field
    Furret - Egg: Field
    Zigzagoon - Egg: Field
    Linoone - Egg: Field
    Sableye - Egg: Human-Like
    Volbeat - Egg: Human-Like, Bug
    Illumise - Egg: Human-Like, Bug
    5 Hours:
    Bellsprout - Egg: Grass
    Weepinbell - Egg: Grass
    Victreebel - Egg: Grass
    Oddish - Egg: Grass
    Gloom - Egg: Grass
    Vileplume - Egg: Grass
    Geodude - Egg: Mineral
    Graveler - Egg: Mineral
    Golem - Egg: Mineral
    Poliwag - Egg: Water 1
    Poliwhirl - Egg: Water 1
    Poliwrath - Egg: Water 1
    Psyduck - Egg: Water 1, Field
    Golduck - Egg: Water 1, Field
    Tentacool - Egg: Water 3
    Tentacruel - Egg: Water 3
    Venonat - Egg: Bug
    Venomoth - Egg: Bug
    Diglett - Egg: Field
    Dugtrio - Egg: Field
    Meowth - Egg: Field
    Persian - Egg: Field
    Mankey - Egg: Field
    Primeape - Egg: Field
    Pidgey - Egg: Flying
    Pidgeotto - Egg: Flying
    Pidgeot - Egg: Flying
    Sandshrew - Egg: Field
    Sandslash - Egg: Field
    Stantler - Egg: Field
    Poochyena - Egg: Field
    Mightyena - Egg: Field
    Seedot - Egg: Field, Grass
    Nuzleaf - Egg: Field, Grass
    Shiftry - Egg: Field, Grass
    Numel - Egg: Field
    Camerupt - Egg: Field
    6 Hours:
    Torkoal - Egg: Field
    Spoink - Egg: Field
    Grumpig - Egg: Field
    Spinda - Egg: Field, Human-Like
    Zangoose - Egg: Field
    Seviper - Egg: Field, Dragon
    Skitty - Egg: Field, Fairy
    Delcatty - Egg: Field, Fairy
    Mawile - Egg: Field, Fairy
    Kecleon - Egg: Field
    Drowzee - Egg: Human-Like
    Hypno - Egg: Human-Like
    Krabby - Egg: Water 3
    Kingler - Egg: Water 3
    Corphish - Egg: Water 3, Water 1
    Crawdaunt - Egg: Water 3, Water 1
    Voltorb - Egg: Mineral
    Electrode - Egg: Mineral
    Nosepass - Egg: Mineral
    Baltoy - Egg: Mineral
    Claydol - Egg: Mineral
    Snorunt - Egg: Mineral, Fairy
    Glalie - Egg: Mineral, Fairy
    Exeggcute - Egg: Grass
    Exeggutor - Egg: Grass
    Roselia - Egg: Grass, Fairy
    Cubone - Egg: Monster
    Marowak - Egg: Monster
    Koffing - Egg: Amorphous
    Weezing - Egg: Amorphous
    Gardevoir - Egg: Amorphous
    Gulpin - Egg: Amorphous
    Swalot - Egg: Amorphous
    Shuppet - Egg: Amorphous
    Banette - Egg: Amorphous
    Azurill - Egg: Undiscovered
    Natu - Egg: Flying
    Xatu - Egg: Flying
    Surskit - Egg: Bug, Water 1
    Masquerain - Egg: Bug, Water 1
    Nincada - Egg: Bug
    Ninjask - Egg: Bug
    8 Hours:
    Ekans - Egg: Field
    Arbok - Egg: Field
    Ponyta - Egg: Field
    Rapidash - Egg: Field
    Rhyhorn - Egg: Field, Monster
    Rhydon - Egg: Field, Monster
    Whismur - Egg: Field, Monster
    Loudred - Egg: Field, Monster
    Exploud - Egg: Field, Monster
    Swinub - Egg: Field
    Piloswine - Egg: Field
    Phanpy - Egg: Field
    Donphan - Egg: Field
    Wooper - Egg: Field, Water 1
    Quagsire - Egg: Field, Water 1
    Espeon - Egg: Field
    Umbreon - Egg: Field
    Dunsparce - Egg: Field
    Snubbull - Egg: Field
    Granbull - Egg: Field
    Teddiursa - Egg: Field
    Ursaring - Egg: Field
    Aipom - Egg: Field
    Delibird - Egg: Field, Water 1
    Spheal - Egg: Field, Water 1
    Sealeo - Egg: Field, Water 1
    Walrein - Egg: Field, Water 1
    Lotad - Egg: Field, Water 1
    Lombre - Egg: Field, Water 1
    Ludicolo - Egg: Field, Water 1
    Onix - Egg: Mineral
    Porygon2 - Egg: Mineral
    Shedinja - Egg: Mineral
    Slowpoke - Egg: Water 1, Monster
    Slowbro - Egg: Water 1, Monster
    Slowking - Egg: Water 1, Monster
    Remoraid - Egg: Water 1, Water 2
    Octillery - Egg: Water 1, Water 2
    Relicanth - Egg: Water 1, Water 2
    Corsola - Egg: Water 1, Water 3
    Qwilfish - Egg: Water 2
    Luvdisc - Egg: Water 2
    Barboach - Egg: Water 2
    Whiscash - Egg: Water 2
    Shellder - Egg: Water 3
    Cloyster - Egg: Water 3
    Tangela - Egg: Grass
    Skiploom - Egg: Grass
    Jumpluff - Egg: Grass
    Sunkern - Egg: Grass
    Sunflora - Egg: Grass
    Kangaskhan - Egg: Monster
    Murkrow - Egg: Flying
    Tyrogue - Egg: Undiscovered
    Smoochum - Egg: Undiscovered
    Misdreavus - Egg: Amorphous
    Slugma - Egg: Amorphous
    Magcargo - Egg: Amorphous
    Chimecho - Egg: Amorphous
    Plusle - Egg: Fairy
    Minun - Egg: Fairy
    Mr. Mime - Egg: Human-Like
    Cacnea - Egg: Human-Like, Grass
    Cacturne - Egg: Human-Like, Grass
    Meditite - Egg: Human-Like
    Medicham - Egg: Human-Like
    9 Hours:
    Duskull - Egg: Amorphous
    Dusclops - Egg: Amorphous

    10 Hours:
    Gligar - Egg: Bug
    Chinchou - Egg: Water 2
    Lanturn - Egg: Water 2
    Abra - Egg: Human-Like
    Kadabra - Egg: Human-Like
    Alakazam - Egg: Human-Like
    Machop - Egg: Human-Like
    Machoke - Egg: Human-Like
    Machamp - Egg: Human-Like
    Makuhita - Egg: Human-Like
    Hariyama - Egg: Human-Like
    Nidoran-F - Egg: Monster, Field
    Nidoran-M - Egg: Monster, Field
    Nidorino - Egg: Monster, Field
    Nidoking - Egg: Monster, Field
    Nidorina - Egg: Undiscovered
    Nidoqueen - Egg: Undiscovered
    Electrike - Egg: Field
    Manectric - Egg: Field

    11 Hours:
    Tropius - Egg: Monster, Grass

    12 Hours:
    Growlithe - Egg: Field
    Arcanine - Egg: Field
    Gastly - Egg: Amorphous
    Haunter - Egg: Amorphous
    Gengar - Egg: Amorphous
    Hitmonlee - Egg: Human-Like
    Hitmonchan - Egg: Human-Like
    Lickitung - Egg: Human-Like
    13 Hours:
    Shroomish - Egg: Fairy, Grass
    Breloom - Egg: Fairy, Grass
    Pikachu - Egg: Fairy, Field
    Raichu - Egg: Fairy, Field

    14 Hours:
    Sneasel - Egg: Field
    Miltank - Egg: Field
    Mareep - Egg: Field, Monster
    Flaaffy - Egg: Field, Monster
    Ampharos - Egg: Field, Monster
    Bellossom - Egg: Grass
    Hoppip - Egg: Grass, Fairy
    Marill - Egg: Water 1
    Azumarill - Egg: Water 1
    Politoed - Egg: Water 1
    Clamperl - Egg: Water 1
    Huntail - Egg: Water 1
    Gorebyss - Egg: Water 1
    Lapras - Egg: Water 1, Monster
    Sudowoodo - Egg: Mineral

    15 Hours:
    Clefairy - Egg: Fairy
    Clefable - Egg: Fairy
    Jigglypuff - Egg: Fairy
    Wigglytuff - Egg: Fairy
    Vulpix - Egg: Field
    Ninetales - Egg: Field
    16 Hours:
    Chansey - Egg: Fairy
    Togetic - Egg: Fairy, Flying
    Castform - Egg: Fairy, Amorphous
    Jynx - Egg: Human-Like
    Electabuzz - Egg: Human-Like
    Magmar - Egg: Human-Like
    Pinsir - Egg: Bug
    Scyther - Egg: Bug
    Tauros - Egg: Field
    Absol - Egg: Field
    Porygon - Egg: Mineral
    Horsea - Egg: Water 1, Dragon
    Seadra - Egg: Water 1, Dragon
    Omanyte - Egg: Water 1, Water 3
    Omastar - Egg: Water 1, Water 3
    Kabuto - Egg: Water 1, Water 3
    Kabutops - Egg: Water 1, Water 3
    Lileep - Egg: Water 3
    Cradily - Egg: Water 3
    Anorith - Egg: Water 3
    Armaldo - Egg: Water 3
    Pichu - Egg: Undiscovered
    Cleffa - Egg: Undiscovered
    Igglybuff - Egg: Undiscovered
    Togepi - Egg: Undiscovered
    18 Hours:
    Bulbasaur - Egg: Monster, Grass
    Ivysaur - Egg: Monster, Grass
    Venusaur - Egg: Monster, Grass
    Charmander - Egg: Monster, Dragon
    Charmeleon - Egg: Monster, Dragon
    Charizard - Egg: Monster, Dragon
    Squirtle - Egg: Monster, Water 1
    Wartortle - Egg: Monster, Water 1
    Blastoise - Egg: Monster, Water 1
    Chikorita - Egg: Monster, Grass
    Bayleef - Egg: Monster, Grass
    Meganium - Egg: Monster, Grass
    Totodile - Egg: Monster, Water 1
    Croconaw - Egg: Monster, Water 1
    Feraligatr - Egg: Monster, Water 1
    Snorlax - Egg: Monster
    Shuckle - Egg: Bug
    Heracross - Egg: Bug
    Pineco - Egg: Bug
    Forretress - Egg: Bug
    Steelix - Egg: Mineral
    Mantine - Egg: Water 1
    Kingdra - Egg: Water 1
    Skarmory - Egg: Flying
    Houndour - Egg: Field
    Houndoom - Egg: Field
    Cyndaquil - Egg: Field
    Quilava - Egg: Field
    Hitmontop - Egg: Human-Like
    Elekid - Egg: Undiscovered
    Magby - Egg: Undiscovered
    20 Hours:
    Carvanha - Egg: Water 2
    Sharpedo - Egg: Water 2
    Wailmer - Egg: Water 2, Field
    Wailord - Egg: Water 2, Field

    22 Hours:

    Aerodactyl - Egg: Flying

    24 Hours:

    Ditto - Egg: Ditto
    Eevee - Egg: Field
    Vaporeon - Egg: Field
    Jolteon - Egg: Field
    Flareon - Egg: Field
    Vigoroth - Egg: Field
    Slaking - Egg: Field
    Articuno - Egg: Undiscovered
    Zapdos - Egg: Undiscovered
    Moltres - Egg: Undiscovered
    Mewtwo - Egg: Undiscovered
    Mew - Egg: Undiscovered
    Raikou - Egg: Undiscovered
    Entei - Egg: Undiscovered
    Suicune - Egg: Undiscovered
    Lugia - Egg: Undiscovered
    Ho-Oh - Egg: Undiscovered
    Celebi - Egg: Undiscovered
    Slakoth - Egg: Undiscovered
    Dratini - Egg: Water 1, Dragon
    Dragonair - Egg: Water 1, Dragon
    Dragonite - Egg: Water 1, Dragon
    Wobbuffet - Egg: Amorphous
    Scizor - Egg: Bug
    Blissey - Egg: Fairy
    Larvitar - Egg: Monster
    Pupitar - Egg: Monster
    Tyranitar - Egg: Monster
    Aron - Egg: Monster
    Lairon - Egg: Monster
    Aggron - Egg: Monster
    26 Hours:
    Ralts - Egg: Amorphous
    Kirlia - Egg: Amorphous
    Trapinch - Egg: Bug
    Vibrava - Egg: Bug
    Flygon - Egg: Bug
    Swablu - Egg: Dragon, Flying
    Altaria - Egg: Dragon, Flying
    Feebas - Egg: Dragon, Water 1
    Milotic - Egg: Dragon, Water 1

    27 Hours:
    Treecko - Egg: Monster, Dragon
    Grovyle - Egg: Monster, Dragon
    Sceptile - Egg: Monster, Dragon
    Mudkip - Egg: Monster, Water 1
    Marshtomp - Egg: Monster, Water 1
    Swampert - Egg: Monster, Water 1
    Torchic - Egg: Field
    Combusken - Egg: Field
    Blaziken - Egg: Field

    36 Hours:
    Bagon - Egg: Dragon
    Shelgon - Egg: Dragon
    Salamence - Egg: Dragon
    Beldum - Egg: Mineral
    Metang - Egg: Mineral
    Metagross - Egg: Mineral

    I hope this guide helpt you with breeding your Pokémons on PokéFind.
    I also have the guids in a other thread in a Google Document. The thread with docs

    - Anouck1
    You can contact me here or on the PokéFind Discord: http://discord.gg/pokefind
    Updated on 12-12-2018.
     
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  2. Prokopis

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    Thanks once again for a beautifully made guide! It will really help out the community! :D
     
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    Not too bad indeed I'm sure this will really help players!
     
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    Howcome I can never be this smart :thinking:
     
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    Thank you so much anouck! I will certainly use this in the near future when players may need help with breeding.
     
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    Now everyone will be able to have pokemon like mine :,D
     
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    Very well put together. Thanks, Anouck!
     
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    this is great! to bad i can't use it because I CAN'T FIND THE BREEDING QUESTS.
     
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