Your question: What does the professor do with Pokémon?

What happens when you transfer Pokémon to Professor Willow?

So every Pokémon you transfer gets marked and geo-tagged by Willow, and then released into the wild again so Willow can study their movement and migration patterns. And the piece of candy we get represents points of data, more understanding of that particular Pokémon species.

What does every Pokemon professor study?

2 Answers. Professor Oak of the Kanto region, who studies the relationships between Pokémon and humans. Professor Elm of the Johto region, who studies Pokémon breeding patterns. Professor Birch of the Hoenn region, who studies Pokémon habitats.

What Pokémon do professors have?

Professor Sycamore and Professor Birch (in the remakes) are the only Professors that give the Trainer a starter Pokémon from a different region respectively:

  • Bulbasaur, Squirtle and Charmander – Kanto Starters.
  • Chikorita, Totodile and Cyndaquil – Johto Starters.

Should I transfer all Pokémon duplicates?

Transfer Your Pokémon

While catching duplicates is helpful, you should get rid of them afterwards in order to save precious storage space.

Should I transfer all my low CP Pokémon?

Yes, I recommend always transferring low-level Pokemon except for the following cases: You only have one of that Pokemon. I like to have one of each so I can have a “living Pokedex” You have enough candies to evolve that Pokemon (even when you evolve starting from high-CP).

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Who is the youngest Pokemon Professor?

20 Professor Elm Is The Youngest Professor.

Why is Professor mirror not a tree?

But unlike all other Professors, this one is not named after a tree. While there’s no official explanation on why his name is Mirror, it can be inferred that it is because a camera has a mirror lens and it is more appropriate than a tree name.

Why are all professors named after trees?

Trees are a symbol of wisdom in many cultures. The Professors are supposed to guide you along your Pokemon journey, symbolizing experience and wisdom, hence being named after the most patient of plants.

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