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Pokemon GO: How to Get All Medals (Bronze, Silver, & Gold) Guide


Pokemon GO: How to Get All Medals (Bronze, Silver, & Gold) Guide

Pokemon GO comes with its own set of achievements called Medals, because it’s not enough to just catch ’em all anymore. Each gives trainers a task to complete, with Bronze, Silver, and Gold tiers of completion. Additional Medals appear as you begin fulfilling them; for example, you won’t see the Youngster medal until you catch a Rattata weighing under 1kg. To help you collect ’em all, we’ve put together a list of every achievement in Pokemon GO, and how many times you’ll have to do its task to get the Bronze, Silver, and Gold versions of it. Some higher numbers are still unknown, but we’ll keep updating this list as new Gold details emerge.

General Medals

Jogger Walk # km 10, 100, ?
Kanto Register # Pokemon in the Pokedex 5, 50, 100
Collector Capture # Pokemon 30, 500, 2000
Scientist Evolve # Pokemon 3, 20, 200
Breeder Hatch # Eggs 10, 100, ?
Backpacker Visit # PokeStops 100, 1000, 2000
Battle Girl Win # Gym Battles 10, 100, ?
Ace Trainer Train # times 10, 100, 1000
Youngster Catch # Rattata weighing 1kg or below 3, 50, ?
Pikachu Fan Catch # Pikachu 3, 50, ?
Fisherman Catch # Magikarp weighing 1kg or below 3, 50, ?

Type Medals – 10 (Bronze), 50 (Silver), 200 (Gold)

Schoolkid Catch # Normal-type Pokemon
Black Belt Catch # Fighting-type Pokemon
Bird Keeper Catch # Flying-type Pokemon
Punk Girl Catch # Poison-type Pokemon
Ruin Maniac Catch # Ground-type Pokemon
Hiker Catch # Rock-type Pokemon
Bug Catcher Catch # Bug-type Pokemon
Kindler Catch # Fire-type Pokemon
Gardener Catrch # Grass-type Pokemon
Rocker Catch # Electric-type Pokemon
Psychic Catch # Psychic-type Pokemon
Fairy Tale Girl Catch # Fairy-type Pokemon
Hex Maniac Catch # Ghost-type Pokemon
Swimmer Catch # Water-type Pokemon
Depot Agent Catch # Steel-type Pokemon
Skier Catch # Ice-type Pokemon
Dragon Tamer Catch # Dragon-type Pokemon
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