Fisherman Accolade


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@Kevin260709


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Yes, there’s a canal that runs parallel to the town and a stream that runs through the town. I actually catch more water-type than normal-type.:smile:


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The Silph Road did some studying that included big magikarp & also tiny rattata

The conclusion: The probability for getting a tiny Rattata is 11.7% and for large Magikarp it’s 14.6%.

I’m on this: 208 caught. 35 are big. That is 16.8%


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Just got this gold


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Still got a long way to go for that one.


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I still don’t know how to do it… more than 100 CP to be big? Than they have count bad my captures.


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You know those useless stats pokemon have? Like weight and height? Weight is the one for these. When a Magikarp is big a small and blue ‘xl’ is noted above the weight. It has nothing to do with cp/level.
SO the only thing you can do i catch em all. There is no way of knowing before hand, unless you let some1 else do the catching and checking :smile:


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I’m pretty sure it goes by size of Magicarp caught.


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Thanks ,so it’s size or weight only… I will note when my phone isn’t light as usual…


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This might help clear things up.
The Silph Road article about big Magikarp and Tiny Rattata

Below a summary of the article.

A “tiny Rattata” being any that are lighter than 2.41 kg and a “large Magikarp” being any that are heavier than 13.13 kg. The probability for getting a tiny Rattata³ is 11.7% and for large Magikarp it’s 14.6%.

Edit: oeps. Copy paste the wrong link. :man_facepalming:. Fixed now.


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Thanks to the Water festival I have over 100 big Magikarp.