If your Pokeball lands on the target Pokemon within that circle, you'll receive bonus experience points, with the bonus increasing as the circle shrinks. The way that you throw the great Pro on them is by throwing more up and less out now what do I mean by that when I throw a curveball I have to throw a certain amount off to the left of the screen and I have to throw a certain amount on the y-axis which is up and down you have your x-axis left and right y-axis up and down and what I want to get is basically a perfect 45 degree arc off of the left side of the screen. But the first step is the most important: Relax. Step 6: Select a name for it. The method I describe is to begin your flick closer to the top of the screen, which will allow you to control the trajectory of your pokeball better at the expense of power. It's easier to hit low and miss and adjust upward a little bit to get the better points. However, getting this boost can be difficult since your pokeball activates instantly when it hits the pokemon.
This article has also been viewed 11,173 times. Edit 2: based on a report from , it may only work when you resume touching the ball while the Pokemon is in its attack animation. The whole process then becomes: place your finger at the upper-middle part of the screen, then slide your finger down towards the middle of the screen, and finally flick your finger towards the top of the screen. Hold the Pokéball and wait until the circle is at its smallest before throwing. Many of these objectives, in both the Field Research and Special Research categories, revolve around throwing Great and Excellent throws, so some may need a refresher course on how to do these. Additionally, the increased height of the throw allows the pokeball to come down at a steeper angle which further increases the chance of the pokeball landing inside the inner ring.
Spin until you get the circle size you want, then put the ball back quickly. So for example, if a player makes an Excellent throw, it will also count as a Nice and Great throw. I'm talking about run of the mill 'mons at lower levels that consistently jump out of excellent throws. There are two ways of doing it, first is the Super Spin Method and Second is the Arc method. To create this article, volunteer authors worked to edit and improve it over time. To me it felt that there is a speed limit on how fast of a flick you can do, and above that it's massively detrimental.
Give any Pokémon a Razz Berry to make them easier to catch. Step 4: Enabling it will bring forward a little glowing circle at the corner of your screen. Try to release the ball when the ring on the Pokémon shrinks to a small size, it increases your chances as well. And of course, if you prefer, you can release the ball on the right-most side of the screen - provided you spin the Pokéball anti-clockwise instead. Niantic must not want to give out the bonus exp for excellent throws because I would say of the last 30 excellent throws maybe 2 or 3 actually catch the pokemon.
Remember the rest of this for those tougher ones that come along in Pokemon Go. These trainers had mastered the excellent throw and once it made sense to them, they managed to level up fast. Ultimately, the goal is to get Nice, Great, and Excellent throws because I believe they increase the chance of capturing the target pokemon. Follow these, and the Excellent Throw bonuses will come rolling in! Practice The most obvious tip is to practice, a lot. For great throws, just make sure that the circle has shrunk a little before throwing. Broadly speaking, this method is easy to figure out after a few failed attempts.
The update also introduced changes to , , , and. It makes it that much easier to aim when you throw the Pokéball. Separate from in Pokémon Go, the Nice, Great, and Excellent Throw bonuses increase your chances of capturing the Pokemon you are throwing at. Note: You may have to try recording a couple of different variations on the gesture to execute it perfectly. While one way is just to bend your throw on the screen before releasing, the other is to only make small circles on the screen with the Pokéball before releasing it. Once you are done, tap on Save from the top right corner. Edit 3: It seems that you actually have to throw it during the attack animation, not just pick it up.
I myself have entered into these competitions, but to no avail: not because I suck but because these guys I play with are so good. Hold down on the Poke Ball to make the circle shrink, then toss at a smaller size for a chance at a Great or Excellent throw. Place your pointer or middle finger on the direct center of the top of your phone. Personally, I find the Curve Ball more useful for long-distance Pokémon; for closer Pokémon, I use the method below: the arc. Choose the custom gesture that we created earlier.
Step 3: Look for the Find Interaction Header and then tap on the Assistive Touch feature to enable it. If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment and I'll try to answer the best I can. It's during these instances that items come in handy. I can reliably hit Great throws, so that's what I go for. I'm not even kidding here when I say 90% of my excellent throws don't hold and the 'mon jumps out of the pokeball. If the pokemon is close to you, starting from the top of the screen will let you be more accurate. Make sure it is either super spin or arc gesture.
Pokeball-throwing techniques Capture the shrinking circle. As one might imagine, larger Pokemon tend to be easier when it comes to farming throws, so players should try to find areas where a lot of Wailmer spawn, perhaps near a lake. We have on this topic, so check them out here and here before proceeding on. To do this, press and hold on the Pokéball to make the circle appear, and then throw it when you're ready with a swipe. Step 2: Let go of the pokeball. That is where you want to start holding your pokeball.