seadra is one of my last 3 pokemon to evolve. horseas are extremely rare for me, i have only found a few in the wild. i wanted to know if they can still be found in eggs. (i did search on my own first but could not find a definitive answer)
Not according to this chart: https://pokemongohub.net/generation-2/pokemon-go-generation-ii-egg-chart/ And I personally have never seen one hatch. Hopefully you can travel to a lake, river, or the sea sometime in the future and get better odds.
If I remember Niantic removed Horsea firm 5km at lasy egg change, but I Can be wrong
dang. ah well, either some traveling or just a lot of walking! (297 km if my calculations are correct)
darn. lots of buddy walking to do!
Or if you’ve done raids maybe use some of your rare candy.
When last egg update happened?I've hatched 2 Horsea in first week of October.
The last Pokemon hatching rate update was on Sep 3 when Niantic introduce hyper-rare rarity.
Note: It is confirmed that horsea was removed from the egg hatching list, which means the eggs you get after Sep 3 would not hatch Horsea.
Odd. I do regularly run out of eggs and it's impossible those two would stay in my bag for a month.
unfortunately, i've only gotten 2 rare candies from raids. i used them on my flaffy.
It may be a coincidence that the eggs you've hatched weren't Horsea.