How to get Magnetic Lure Modules in Pokemon Go: Evolution guide
Pokemon Go players can use Magnetic Lure Modules to help find specific types of Pokemon and fulfill certain evolution processes, so here’s how to get them and what they’re used for.
Magnetic Lure Modules are used to attract Electric, Steel, and Rock-type Pokemon to a PokeStop for a limited amount of time. They’re also required to evolve a few specific species of Pokemon.
If you’re wondering how to get a Magnetic Lure Module in Pokemon Go, or you’ve got one and want to know the best time to use it, then we’ve got all the details you need below.
How to get a Magnetic Lure Module in Pokemon Go
The easiest way to get the item in Pokemon Go is to purchase one for 200 PokeCoins from the in-game shop.
Naturally, the easiest way to acquire PokeCoins is to buy them with real money. However, you can also earn them for free by placing Pokemon in a Gym that’s controlled by your team (more on that here).
It’s also possible to get Magnetic Lure Modules by completing Special Research stories or Timed Research tasks, although this doesn’t happen very often so you could be waiting a while for that.
Which evolutions need a Magnetic Lure Module in Pokemon Go?
There are three Pokemon that can evolve using a Magnetic Lure Module:
- Magnezone (from Magneton)
- Probopass (from Nosepass)
- Vikavolt (from Charjabug)
In order to evolve these Pokemon, you’ll need to be near a PokeStop that has a Magnetic Lure Module placed on it. You can do this yourself or find one that another trainer has placed on a PokeStop.
The effects of a Magnetic Lure Module will only last for 30 minutes in Pokemon Go – or slightly longer during special events – so make sure you have enough Candy to get the evolution you want.
That’s everything you need to know about Magnetic Lure Modules! Check out some other Pokemon Go guides below:
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