A good strategy to get started as a Pokemon trainer is to focus on the game itself, and to do as little as possible in the process.
For instance, if you want to start training Pokémon and become the most successful one, you’ll have to play through every level of the game and every boss.
“I think that’s one of the most frustrating things about playing a Pokémon game,” said Emily Jones, a trainer for Team Rocket in the anime Pokemon Go.
“If you get a lot of friends and they all have the same goal, you’re going to be stuck in that same situation where you can’t do anything else.”
There are plenty of other challenges as well.
If you’re new to the series, you might be surprised at the amount of trainers you’ll run across.
It’s hard to get your foot in the door, even if you have a strong team of Pokémon to help you out.
If your friends are playing Pokémon Go on their phone, that’s another thing to keep in mind.
You’ll also want to keep an eye out for any Pokémon that pop up, because they’re often the ones you’ll want to help out with your new team.
And if you’re feeling more adventurous, check out some other popular Pokémon games.
“Pokémon Go is a very popular franchise,” said Jessica Babb, who teaches online and game design at the University of Pennsylvania.
“You’ll see that in your community, in your local Pokémon game store.
There’s going to have to be some level of competition to get the most out of the app.”
So while Pokémon Go is great, it’s also important to make sure you can play it without getting frustrated or stuck.
And, while you can find plenty of helpful guides online for new trainers, it may be best to pick one up in-person at your local game store or at a local gym.
“The most important thing is to know the rules,” said Babb.
“How many PokéStops do I have to go to to earn one Poké Ball?”