I know someone with 6 L40 accounts, 2 of which hit 40 pre-raid era. Nobody here cares about XP after On chat people kind of care about how many decent accounts someone can run in a tier 5 raid, mainly because they want a I'm admittedly addicted to PoGO but even I have a life outside the game. I honestly wouldn't play this if I lived in Singapore with how intense most players seem to be and how pretentious and pathetic they sound for bragging about throwing away so much money and time of their lives into a mobile game. That's next level loser status.
It's not even a game with competitive potential that would reward such a high time investment, like games such as CS:GO or even the main series games are. The VGC contestants can make a living out from playing Pokemon games, which makes sense since e-sports are officially a thing now. I just don't see the point of it in PoGO and it makes me worry a lot for those players. It's one thing to enjoy a game so much that you play it for several hours a day, but it's a completely different issue when your level of commitment gets so absurd and self-demanding that you genuinely think that's it is anything to be proud about.
To each their own I guess And I feel like players from Singapore have this almost relentless need to announce that they're from Singapore and Singapore this Singapore that, yawn yawn yawn. Like ok, chill out, nobody cares. On the other hand, it'll probably be thanks to those players that the vast majority of us will be able to play the game for free years to come.
Praised be the poor souls of the whales keeping F2P games alive. Whether in school, at work or playing games, Singaporeans are extremely competitive. Nevertheless, the players that DragoniteSlayer described in his original post remain a tiny minority even among active raiders. Good for them, though. Very cool storytelling session. At this present moment there are no real benefits to surpassing L38, as you can already max Pokemon out at that point.
Are the rewards you get when you hit L39 and L40 incredible? Or just the usual combination of balls and berries and eggs and lures and incense and incubators? EXP, post level 40, is a completely wasteful endeavour unless you are striving for the goal yourself. A prime example is Brandon Tan and he's 1 in the verified Level 40 club for exp. What content do you see him producing and how good of a player is he actually?
Whereas, Kieng and KaitoNolan are only a few places behind in the exp race and have cooked up quality solos e. Car raiding or van raiding in a group of players, driving off from a raid when the battle starts and driving to the next raid already.
Completing such raids is more about the skill of your driving and knowledge of the gyms and mapping. It says nothing about the quality of your pokemon and your other achivements. Despite relying on public transport and my legs , I actually did something similar once. There were two legendary raids starting ten minutes apart and their distance was two bus stops. Furiously tapped the screen while waiting for and boarding the bus, then tried and failed to catch the legendary during the bus ride. This requires familiarity with local bus routes.
And I think I'm familiar enough with the bus routes in my area. I'm level 36 and in no hurry to get to I estimate I'll get there next year but if it takes longer, so be it. Consider Supporting us with GamePress Boost! Read more. Boost Community Discord All Games. Sign In Register. In most places, L40 hardcore players compete by number of times they have hit 20 million Submit Feedback or Error.
Asked by DragoniteSlayer 1 year 11 months ago. Report Sign in to Answer or Ask a Question! Y'all need to chill out. You get amongst other usual things lucky eggs when reaching level I'm not even kidding. Maybe some day Niantic will raise the level cap, so you can actually put those eggs to use. What is a WAFU raider? For chasing mons on sgpokemap though it's technically cheating , I use ofo bike. Here is an example. Latest Content. Safari Zone St. Abra Confirmed for Community Day on March 15