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STILL looking for someone to take this guide over! :D While this journal was initially for my personal use, it's come to my attention that many users use this as a source of information. For that reason, I intend to potentially put it in the guides section after I am comfortable with it's progress. NONE of the information I use here may be used without my permission. If you intend to use any of it, I request that you ASK me first.

credits

Jarjarkai- Credits Farming Information Wenzer-Initial Wishforge Evolutions TuneSakuNatsu & Fuchsfee- Additional Wishforge Evolutions Kaolin, popcorn8784, & Shiro1877- Helping with Berry information

Changelogs

December 10,2018

Created Info Dump

December 16,2018

Took over Berry Farming Guide

January 3, 2019

Took over Egg Hatching/Gem Hunting Guide

January 10, 2019

Added evolutions from TuneSakuNatsu

January 14, 2019

Added evolutions from Fuchsfee and added a user to the mass click list

March 3, 2019

Nearly finished egg guide
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Chapter I: Credit Farming
There are many ways to farm credits, and all of the ways I am currently using will be posted here. If there are any ways in you believe these farming methods could be boosted, please feel free to let me know!

Berries

Farming berries in the garden is an amazing way to get credits. At max level, you can plant 32 berries. The berry I choose to plant, and in my opinion, the best berry is the Durin Berry. The Durin Berry takes {2.5} days to grow and yields {9-13} berries each harvest. Since they're all uncommon berries however, each berry gets you 20 credits, which will add up greatly over time. Every 2.5 days you're earning at LEAST 7000 credits, which may not seem like a lot, however that's over 100k credits a month!

Pokeblocks (NEW)

Along with this, you can sell them on the market! Generally, I sell bundles of 99 berries for 69 credits each, which gets me between 6500-7000 credits each time. Along with this, you can make pokeblocks, which sell generally for similar prices. This lets you sell two separate bundles of berries for the same price. Also, while making pokeblocks, you can sometimes find higher rarity pokeblocks, called Pokeblock+'s which sell for even more money!

The Dojo

You can place up to 6 pokemon in the dojo(Do keep in mind, this step requires a small start-up investment of 400gp per pokemon after the first). Each pokemon can get up to 6 bags. Each of these bags sells for 10-100 credits, depending on the strength of the bag. At a minimum, this is 360 bags per collection, and at max this is 3600. You can max out your bags roughly every ~300 interactions. If you're someone like me, who gets 10k+ interactions every day, that's easily between 11k and 110k credits every day. The great thing about this is that you get bags as you interact with other users, which brings me to my next point! UPDATE: Pokefarm has added a "collect all bags" button which speeds up the process a TON!

Interacting with Users

Each interaction gets you from 1-4 credits. While this may not seem like a lot, this compounds with other things. Interacting with other users is the best way to not only hatch eggs, but one of the best ways to get credits. This 1-4 credits, along with the bags, along with the next point can net you hundreds of thousands of credits every day!

Albino Radars

This one is pretty simple actually! As you interact with players you get interaction points that add to your albino radar! Since this caps out at 100k per day, you can often end up with a lot leftover. The solution to this is to buy another Albino Radar which can then be sold for 125k credits on the spot!

The Market

This is a new one that I was recently told about by another user! Many of the items you can sell to the game(for example, berries or treasure) can be sold on the market for even more money! I have been selling my durin berries for 50-100 credits each on the market(in stacks of 99) making WAY more money than I would have otherwise!
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Chapter II: Mass Click List
This mass click list will be constantly updated for users who are S&S. Because lists exist with users at 1000, I will use this list to only focus on users at 2000+ pokemon per field. If a player moves up from 2000>3000>4000, please notify me so they can be switched appropriately

5000+

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Chapter III:Wishforge Badges (Evolutions) Here I will explain a little bit more in depth about the best pokemon to evolve for different badges, and any other information people want to know about wishforge
Bunnelby: Bunnelby is pure normal that evolves into normal/ground at level 20 Sentret: Sentret has low EHP to hatch and an evolution requirement of level 15 Eevee: While eevee has a relatively high EHP, eevee can be evolved at any level into one of 8 pokemon! Igglybuff: Dual type evolution, solely based on happiness!
Chimchar: While any fire starter will work, Chimchar evolves at level 14, which is earlier than most other fire starters Along with this, he fulfills fighting type evolutions! Cyndaquil: Similar to chimchar evolves relatively early at level 14, however unlike chimchar, cyndaquil is a single type, meaning it is only effective for fire evolutions
Magikarp: Magikarp has extremely low EHP, making it easy to hatch, and it evolves at level 20, fulfilling both water and flying wishforge badges Mudkip: Mudkip hatches is water type, but then evolves into dual-ground, making it a very versatile pokemon to use for evolutions! Wooper: Evolves at level 20, and can be fished above level 1, making it a quick evolution
Pichu: Pichu has a very low EHP, and evolves with happiness, making them a very cost effective and convenient evolution! Shinx: Alternatively, Shinx evolves at level 15, and level 30 making it a pretty quick evolution. Mareep: The same can be said about mareep! Mareep also evolves at level 15 and 30, making it almost exactly the same as Shinx! Alolan Geodude:Alolan geodude will evolve twice by level 25 if you trade him, making him an extremely quick pokemon to use for evolutions Grubbin: Grubbin gets it's first evolution at level 20, however it instantly evolves a second time if put in an electric field!
Seedot: Seedot is a good evolution because it has a very low EHP, and evolves pretty quickly at level 14! Eevee:Eevee is not only used for normal RTEs! When placed in a grass field he can instantly evolve into Leafeon which fulfills grass evolutions! Budew: While not as easy as some other grass evolutions, Budew evolves with happiness making him a very easy evolution with no work required. Pumpkaboo: Pumpkaboo is easy to evolve by trading with a friend! Phantump: Phantump evolves the exact same way as pumpkaboo does!
Vanillite: Vanillite is a relatively decent pokemon to use for ice evolutions. It evolves slowly, at level 35, however it's second evolution is shortly after at level 47, meaning you get two evolutions within a short wait of eachother! Eevee: Similar to grass, when placed in an ice field, Eevee evolves instantly into Glaceon, which fulfills ice evolutions! Crabrawler: While Crabrawler is a monotype fighting, when placed in an ice field he can instantly evolve into an ice/fighting type, fulfilling ice evolutions.
Crabrawler: Already posted in Ice, however he is the single best pokemon to evolve for fighting evolutions Riolu: Riolu is a great pokemon to evolve because he evolves with happiness. This coupled with riolu's relative abundance in the shelter makes it an easy pokemon to pick up for evolutions Chimchar: By level 14, chimchar becomes a dual fighting type! This makes it a really quick and easy evolution for fighting evolutions!
Nidoran: Both Nidorans evolve at level 16 which is relatively low for evolutions, making them a good pokemon to use for evolutions! Weedle: Weedle is a bug/poison type that evolves TWICE by level 10! making it an amazing pokemon to evolve for poison evolutions! Gastly:Gastly can evolve twice by level 25, making it good for poison and ghost evolutions! Zubat: Zubat evolves once at level 22, and a second time through happiness. This makes it somewhat more difficult than others, however due to it's relative abundance in the shelter it's still very easy to farm up to get evolutions! Unlike all of the other pokemon in this category, Budew evolves with happiness making him a very easy evolution with no work required.
Sandshrew: Sandshrew is a pure ground type, and evolves at level 22, making them ideal for ground evolutions! Bunnelby: Bunnelby is one of a few pokemon that's good for ground evolutions! Despite not being a ground type, it evolves into a ground type at level 20! Mudkip: Mudkip is great for ground evolutions because he evolves at level 16. This, combined with his dual type with water makes him great to level up for evolutions Geodude:Instead of electric, like his alolan counterpart, Geodude's dual type is ground. Since he can still evolve twice by level 25 with a trade, he's still a great ground type to evolve! Wooper: Evolves at level 20, and can be fished above level 1, making it a quick evolution
Metapod: This is a weird pokemon. I am putting him here because he has a low level to evolve, despite being the second evolution of a pure bug-type. He evolves at level 10 into a bug/flying, fulfilling flying evolutions! Woobat: Similar to most other flying types, woobat is dual type! He evolves with happiness, making him an optimal choice for evolutions! The best way to farm flying wishforge though, is to farm two badges at once, and psychic is a great one to farm alongside flying! Togepi: Togepi is a happiness evolution, and gains the flying type upon evolution! Zubat: Zubat evolves once at level 22, and a second time through happiness. This makes it somewhat more difficult than others, however due to it's relative abundance in the shelter it's still very easy to farm up to get evolutions!
Woobat: Woobat is great for psychic evolutions because he evolves with happiness unlike many other pokemon Eevee: Eevee keeps coming up! Psychic is no exception! Eevee is a great pokemon to choose to evolve into a psychic type because all they need is happiness during the day! Abra: Abra is a great pokemon to choose because their first evolution is at level 16, and their second is by trading, making them a great pokemon to buy for evolutions! Chingling: Chingling is a happiness evolution during the day, making it an easy evolution without much work
Caterpie: Along with the next pokemon on this list, Caterpie is the BEST choice for bug evolutions. it's 100% bug type for gems, and evolves twice by level 10! Weedle: Weedle is a bug/poison type that evolves TWICE by level 10! It works wonderfully for bug evolutions! Wurmple: Wurmple evolves twice by level 10! Grubbin: Grubbin gets it's first evolution at level 20, however it instantly evolves a second time if put in an electric field!
Nosepass: Nosepass is 100% rock and evolves instantly when placed in an electric field Geodudes: They evolves twice by level 25 if you trade him, making him one of a few rock types that evolves easily. Tyrunt: Alternatively, you can use tyrunt.Despite it having poor evolution requirements(level 39 during daytime) It also fulfills dragon evolutions which makes it very unique.
Gastly: Gastly evolves for the first time at level 25, and the second time by trading making it a great pokemon for ghost and poison evolutions! Duskull: Evolves at level 37, however it is only ghost type, and evolves the second type by trading, making it a decent alternative for ghost evolutions! Pumpkaboo: Pumpkaboo is easy to evolve by trading with a friend,making it a great dual type evolution! Phantump: Phantump evolves the exact same way as pumpkaboo does, and it's also the exact same typing!
Bagon: Bagon is 100% dragon type, and evolves twice by level 50. It's not an incredibly fast evolution, however there aren't many better ones Gible: Gible evolves faster than Bagon, at level 24, however because he is a dual type, he is not good for farming dragon gems
Poochyena: Poochyena has low EHP, evolves by level 18, and overall is just a solid choice for dark evolutions Eevee: Again, Eevee appears on this list! Eevee may have high EHP, however eevee is a happiness evolution for dark types during the night, making them wonderful for dark evolutions! Alolan Meowth: Happiness evolution, really easy to do for dark evolutions!
Riolu: Riolu is one of few viable steel type evolutions! This makes him the best pokemon to use for steel evolutions! Nosepass: Nosepass is good for steel type evolutions, but not steel type gems. Nosepass evolves into probopass when put into an electric field, immediately fulfilling steel evolutions despite being only a rock type itself Klink: Klink is 100% steel type and evolves at level 38
Cleffa: Only a fairy type, and evolves with happiness! Togepi: Same thing as cleffa, fairy type only, with a happiness evolution! Igglybuff: Also a normal type, solely based on happiness!
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Chapter III Continued: Wishforge Badges (Gems) Here, I will explain more in depth about the best eggs to hatch to farm different wishforge gems!
There are a lot of low EHP normal type eggs! Most of which are easy to evolve as well! Aipom~3840 Sentret~3840 Zigzagoon~3840 Slakoth~3840 Skitty~3840 Bidoof~3840 Patrat~3840 Lillipup~3840 Mincinno~3840 Bunnelby~3840 Yungoos~3840
Fire types are unique. The lowest EHP possible for them are 5120, making them a somewhat more difficult gem to farm. However, there are tons of mono fires. I personally would not recommend hatching one that does not evolve(At bottom on purpose) because they can't be used for RTEs Charmander~5120 Vulpix~5120 Growlithe~5120 Ponyta~5120 Cyndaquil~5120 Slugma~5120 Torchic~5120 Chimchar~5120 Tepig~5120 Pansear~5120 Darumaka~5120 Fenekkin~5120 Litten~5120 Torkoal~5120 Heatmor~5120
Magikarp is the lowest EHP egg in the game, and is only water type, making water an extremely easy gem to farm. There are some other pokemon that I will be adding to lengthen this specific list. The last two were added because of their relative ease and unique gem type Magikarp~1280 Clauncher~3840 Wishiwashi~3840 Pykumuku~3840 Marill~2560(Fairy) Lotad~3840(Grass)
Electric has several very low EHP pokemon, however only two of them are mono electric. For this reason, I will be adding a few dual types Pichu~2560 Pachirisu~2560 Togedemaru~2560(Steel) Alolan Geodude~3840(Rock) Shinx~5120 Mareep~5120
There are LOADS of grass pokemon with 5120 EHP, so I won't post any of those here. Instead, I will just do the 4 pokemon with lower EHPs. Seedot~3840 Shroomish~3840 Lotad~3840(Water) Sewaddle~3840(Bug)
There are no ice pokemon below 5120 EHP Alolan Vulpix~5120 Snorunt~5120 Vanillite~5120 Cubchoo~5120 Bergmite~5120 Delibird~5120(Flying) Spheal~5120(Water) Snover~5120(Grass) Alolan Sandshrew~5120(Steel) Swinub~5120(Ground) Sneasel~5120(Dark)
Not much to say here, there's no pure fighting types below 5120, but everything below will still be added! Mankey~5120 Machop~5120 Makuhita~5120 Timburr~5120 Throh~5120 Sawk~5120 Crabrawler~5120 Passimian~5120 Meditite~5120(Psychic) Hawlucha~5120(Flying) Scraggy~3840(Dark) Stufful~3840(Normal) Croagunk~2560(Poison)
There's no pure poison types, but there's plenty of pokemon below 5120 EHP that are dual types Ekans~5120 Nidoran~5120 Grimer~5120 Koffing~5120 Gulpin~5120 Seviper~5120 Trubbish~5120 Croagunk~2560(Fighting) Weedle~3840(Bug) Zubat~3840(Flying) Spinarak~3840(Bug) Venipede~3840(Bug)
Ground
Flying
Psychic
Bug
Rock
Ghost
Dragon
Dark
Steel
Fairy
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Chapter IV: All Eggs by EHP and Type
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280 - -
2,560 -
3,840
5,120
6,400 -
7,680 - -
8,960 -
10,240
20,480 - -
30,720 -
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280 - -
2,560 - -
3,840 - -
5,120
6,400 -
7,680 - -
8,960 - -
10,240 -
20,480
30,720 -
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280 -
2,560 -
3,840
5,120
6,400
7,680 -
8,960 - -
10,240
20,480
30,720
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280 - -
2,560
3,840 -
5,120
6,400
7,680 - -
8,960 - -
10,240 - -
20,480
30,720
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280 - -
2,560 - -
3,840
5,120
6,400
7,680 -
8,960 - -
10,240 - -
20,480 -
30,720
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280 - -
2,560 - -
3,840 -
5,120
6,400
7,680 -
8,960 - -
10,240 -
20,480
30,720 -
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280
2,560
3,840
5,120
6,400
7,680
8,960
10,240
20,480
30,720
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280
2,560
3,840
5,120
6,400
7,680
8,960
10,240
20,480
30,720
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280
2,560
3,840
5,120
6,400
7,680
8,960
10,240
20,480
30,720
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280
2,560
3,840
5,120
6,400
7,680
8,960
10,240
20,480
30,720
,
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280
2,560 Munna
3,840 Woobat
, Bruxish
5,120 Abra, Drowzee, Spoink, Wynaut, Wobbuffet, Gothita, Solosis, Elgyem, Espurr Slowpoke
, Exeggcute
, Natu
, Girafarig
, Ralts
, Meditite
, Baltoy
, Bronzor
, Sigilyph
, Inkay
, Oranguru
, Ayeren
, Kyutopi
, Snowpoke
, Early Bird Natu
6,400 Chingling, Chimecho, Kitsunari Mime Jr.
, Mr. Mime
, Smoochum
, Lunatone
, Solrock
7,680
8,960
10,240 Unown Beldum
20,480 Uxie, Mesprit, Azelf Tapu Lele
30,720 Mewtwo, Mew, Deoxys, Cresselia, Cosmog, Necrozma Lugia
, Celebi
, Latias
, Latios
, Jirachi
, Victini
, Meloetta
, Hoopa
, XD001
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280
2,560
3,840 Caterpie, Wurmple, Volbeat, Illumise, Kricketot, Burmy, Karrablast, Shelmet, Grubbin, Phastix, Klaatupillar Weedle
, Ledyba
, Spinarak
, Surskit
, Nincada
, Combee
, Sewaddle
, Venipede
, Dewpider
, Maravol
, Snow Combee
5,120 Pineco Paras
, Venonat
, Yanma
, Shuckle
, Skorupi
, Dwebble
, Joltik
, Durant
, Cutiefly
, Wimpod
6,400 Pinsir Scyther
, Heracross
7,680 Anorith
8,960
10,240 Larvesta
20,480
30,720 Genesect
, Buzzwole
, Pheromosa
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280
2,560
3,840 Roggenrola, Rockruff Geodude
, Alolan Geodude
5,120 Bonsly, Sudowoodo, Nosepass, Petripeep Rhyhorn
, Shuckle
, Corsola
, Dwebble
, Binacle
, Boxaby
, Alicalf
6,400 Onix
, Lunatone
, Solrock
, Carbink
, Minior
, Pixrine
, Kryptik
, Apocalyptic Golett
7,680 Cranidos Omanyte
, Kabuto
, Lileep
, Anorith
, Shieldon
, Tirtouga
, Archen
, Tyrunt
, Amaura
8,960 Aerodactyl
, Aron
10,240 Larvitar
, Relicanth
20,480 Regirock Terrakion
30,720 Diancie
, Nihilego
, Stakataka
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280
2,560
3,840 Sandygast
, Skeleco
, Apocalyptic Poochyena
5,120 Gastly
, Rotom
, Frillish
, Litwick
, Honedge
, Phantump
, Pumpkaboo
, Mimikyu
6,400 Misdreavus, Shuppet, Duskull, Yamask Sableye
, Golett
, Dhelmise
, Kryptik
7,680 Drifloon
, Spiritomb
8,960
10,240 Gragon
20,480
30,720 Giratina
, Hoopa
, Blacephalon
, Marshadow
, Magquaza
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280
2,560
3,840
5,120
6,400
7,680
8,960
10,240
20,480
30,720
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280
2,560
3,840
5,120
6,400
7,680
8,960
10,240
20,480
30,720
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280
2,560
3,840
5,120
6,400
7,680
8,960
10,240
20,480
30,720
EHP Pure Dual-types
1,280
2,560
,
,
3,840
5,120
6,400
7,680
8,960
10,240
20,480
30,720
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Chapter V: Berry Guide This won't be done for some time, however I wanted to use this post to notify all subscribers that you can PM me to add you on Discord

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