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User Info: redwing1105

redwing1105
1 year ago#1
I was just wondering if anyone has a Heracross and are they as elusive or purely regional like I've read most everywhere? I caught one that is pretty weak all around, (211 CP 36 HP 15 Struggle Bug 120 Earthquake). Also I'm curious if it would be worth my while to walk it and build it up, if it's as rare as I've heard. Because at one time I was reading that Ditto's we so rare, but I was catching 2-3 a week for a while and was swapping them out I had so many....





Thanks for any advice
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User Info: vidalmoraza

vidalmoraza
1 year ago#2
Where do you live? I´m north of Mexico and I have seen several, I got one with 1439 of CP with struggle bug and megahorn
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User Info: redwing1105

redwing1105
1 year ago#3
I live in po-dunk west Kentucky but I caught one while on vacation in Tampa Florida. I ask about the rareness because everything is abnormal in our part of the world.
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User Info: Mizznox

Mizznox
1 year ago#4
redwing1105 posted...
I live in po-dunk west Kentucky but I caught one while on vacation in Tampa Florida. I ask about the rareness because everything is abnormal in our part of the world.

Heracross is regional and cannot be found in Kentucky, or anywhere in the US aside from southern parts of Texas and Florida. It's mainly in Central/South America.
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User Info: dalegribel

dalegribel
1 year ago#5
Spent a week in Mexico, but only saw one on the radar and never had the opportunity to catch it. Was able to get a Corsola though.

User Info: redwing1105

redwing1105
1 year ago#6
dalegribel posted...
Spent a week in Mexico, but only saw one on the radar and never had the opportunity to catch it. Was able to get a Corsola though.

I was able to catch a Corsola while I was in Tampa as well. I didn't think anything of it until I read your comment about it. Goes to show how little I really know about the Pokémon
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User Info: angermngment101

angermngment101
1 year ago#7
redwing1105 posted...
I live in po-dunk west Kentucky but I caught one while on vacation in Tampa Florida. I ask about the rareness because everything is abnormal in our part of the world.


I live here, started this game up recently after quitting for several months, and caught two in under a week.
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User Info: JW ACE

JW ACE
11 months ago#8
Going to try and catch one when I visit Chile/Argentina later this year - I think I'll be too south for Corsala though - hope they manage to implement trading of some kind - then I'll make sure to grab and keep a few Torous just in case I meet someone with other regions pokemon.
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redwing1105
11 months ago#9
JW ACE posted...
Going to try and catch one when I visit Chile/Argentina later this year - I think I'll be too south for Corsala though - hope they manage to implement trading of some kind - then I'll make sure to grab and keep a few Torous just in case I meet someone with other regions pokemon.


I just spent a week near Clearwater Beach Florida and while there I caught quite a few Heracross including my highest CP one of 1179 and a couple more Corsola with my highest being 886. So I guess they are migrating north. But nonetheless have fun catching Pokémon down there, it's sure to be interesting for sure. I'm also hoping for some type of trading, but I'm also worried that trading will take away some of the prestige or satisfaction of finding one in the wild or evolving one. Just my thoughts and opinions
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User Info: JW ACE

JW ACE
11 months ago#10
redwing1105 posted...
JW ACE posted...
Going to try and catch one when I visit Chile/Argentina later this year - I think I'll be too south for Corsala though - hope they manage to implement trading of some kind - then I'll make sure to grab and keep a few Torous just in case I meet someone with other regions pokemon.


I just spent a week near Clearwater Beach Florida and while there I caught quite a few Heracross including my highest CP one of 1179 and a couple more Corsola with my highest being 886. So I guess they are migrating north. But nonetheless have fun catching Pokémon down there, it's sure to be interesting for sure. I'm also hoping for some type of trading, but I'm also worried that trading will take away some of the prestige or satisfaction of finding one in the wild or evolving one. Just my thoughts and opinions



I do agree - but at the same time - I'd like the actually complete the damn pokedex eventually.
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