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Using & Accessing Pokemon Box

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Using & Accessing Pokemon Box

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Read this Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu / Eevee guide on your Pokemon box, how to use and access it, what you can do with it, and more!

Pokemon Box
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Uses Of The Pokemon Box

Move & Check Pokemon Any Time

Pokemon Box

You can use our Pokemon box to move your Pokemon around, reorganize them, and check on their summary at any time.

Add & Remove Pokemon In Party

Pokemon Box

You can actually swap the Pokemon around - in and out of your party - at any time as long as you're not in a cutscene or in combat. It's a quick & easy way to manage your Pokemon.

Transfer Pokemon To Prof. Oak

Pokemon Box

You can easily transfer a single Pokemon or a batch of Pokemon to Prof. Oak to exchange for Candies to use on your Pokemons. These candies will serve a crucial role in min-maxing your Pokemon stats later on in the game. Be sure to organize your box regularly!

How To Get Candies Efficiently, Uses & Effects

How To Access Pokemon Box

Open Menu & Check Trainer's Bag

Pokemon Box

To access the Pokemon Box, simply open up your main menu and open your trainer's "Bag". You'll see the "Pokemon Box" on the upper-left hand corner.

Open "Pokemon Box" From Trainer's Bag

Pokemon Box

Once you spot the Pokemon Box, open it up to have access to all the Pokemon you have - whether caught or traded.

What Is The Pokemon Box?

Place Where All Pokemon Are Stored & Accessed

Pokemon Box

The Pokemon Box is where all the Pokemon you've caught & traded are stored. You can access every single one of them without having to go anywhere else.

Replaced PC From Older Pokemon Games

In older Pokemon games, you need a Pokemon Center to transfer Pokemon. The Pokemon Box has rendered this option obsolete & you can now access your Pokemon any time, anywhere.

Read this Let's Go Eevee / Pikachu guide & walkthrough on how to find, get, and farm Heart Scales from the Bike Maniac in Cerulean City, Poke Ball Plus, and more!

How To Find & Get Heart Scales

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How To Get Heart Scales

Get 5 Heart Scales From Bike Maniac In Cerulean City

How To Find & Get Heart Scales

Listening to the Bike Maniac's story about his beloved bikes once will reward you 5 Heart Scales. This can only be done once.

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Found In Poke Ball In Route 20

How To Find & Get Heart Scales

Head to Route 20 and find the small island that leads into the Seafoam Islands cave. You'll find the Poke Ball containing a Heart Scale to the right of Picknicker Irene.

Stroll With Pokemon On Poke Ball Plus

How To Find & Get Heart Scales

The best way to farm Heart Scales is taking your Pokemon out for a stroll on your Poke Ball Plus. You normally get a Heart Scale as a reward!

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How To Use Heart Scales

Remember Pokemon's Forgotten Moves

How To Remember Forgotten Moves

Heart Scales are used as payment to Madam Memorial for helping a Pokemon remember forgotten moves. This can be done as many times as you want provided you have enough Heart Scales.

Check Out How To Remember Forgotten Moves!

Visit Madam Memorial In Indigo Plateau

How To Remember Forgotten Moves

Madam Memorial can be found at the entrance of the Pokemon League area in Indigo Plateau. She is right by the Pokemon Center.

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