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‘Pokemon Go’ Nest Changes October 6th: What Spawns Are Different?

'Pokemon Go' is available now for iOS and Android devices. (Nintendo)

‘Pokemon Go’ is available now for iOS and Android devices. (Nintendo)

Pokemon Go has experienced yet another nest migration.

In the free-to-play mobile game, Pokemon trainers can often find a significant amount of the same species together in what are called nests. These nests will reliably output certain Pokemon every time you go there, and they exist in real world locations all over the globe. But the nests don’t stay the same, and every so often, the game experiences a nest migration, where just about every one of these spawns begins to output a new type of Pokemon than it did before.

On October 6th, the fourth Pokemon Go nest migration took place, just over a week after the last one. The spawns will be different depending on where you’re playing the game, but players all around the world have begun to report their personal experience with the nest changes, and often times these migrations will be the same in many others places.

Via The Silph Road subreddit, here are some of the nest changes as of October 6th. Have you experienced a change that’s not on the list? Let us know in the comments section below.

  • Abra –> Diglett
  • Abra –> Poliwag & Nidoran
  • Bellsprout –> Psyduck
  • Bulbasaur –> Magikarp
  • Bulbasaur –> Onix
  • Charmander –> Kabuto
  • Charmander –> Mankey
  • Charmander –> Pinsir
  • Charmander –> Ryhorn
  • Clefairy –> Diglett
  • Electabuzz –> Growlithe
  • Electabuzz –> Seel
  • Exeggcute -> Geodude
  • Geodude –> Drowzee
  • Growlithe –> Charmander
  • Growlithe –> Eevee
  • Jigglypuff –> Ryhorn
  • Jigglypuff –> Voltorb
  • Jynx –> Kabuto
  • Kabuto –> Diglett
  • Kabuto –> Geodude
  • Kabuto –> Magma
  • Krabby –> Goldeen
  • Machop –> Electabuzz
  • Magikarp –> Charmander
  • Magmar –> Poliwag
  • Magmar –> Ponyta
  • Magmar –> Seel
  • Magmar –> Vulpix
  • Magmenite –> Abra
  • Magnemite –> Horsea
  • Mankey -> Rhyhorn
  • Meowth –> Weedle
  • Nidoran (Female) –> Gastly
  • Oddish –> Psyduck
  • Onix –> Charmander
  • Onix –> Clefairy
  • Pikachu –> Krabby
  • Pikachu –> Machop
  • Pikachu –> Vulpix
  • Pinsir –> Horsea
  • Pinsir –> Onix
  • Ponyta –> Charmander
  • Ponyta –> Ekans
  • Psyduck –> Doduo
  • Rhyhorn –> Mankey
  • Sandshrew –> Onix
  • Scyther –> Exeggcute
  • Scyther –> Jinx
  • Scyther –> Pinsir
  • Scyther –> Staryu
  • Seel –> Staryu
  • Shellder –> Goldeen
  • Shellder –> Machop
  • Slowpoke –> Electabuzz
  • Staryu –> Doduo
  • Tentacool –> Venonat
  • Voltorb –> Clefairy
  • Voltorb –> Omanyte

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9 comments

  1. Mankey nest at Stonebrooke golf course in Shakopee, MN changed to Exeggcute. Burst spawn of three to four at front entrance.

  2. Citadelpark – Gent – Belgium: Bulbasaur to Exeggcute
    Warandepark – Brussels – Belgium: Magnemite to Charmander
    Gemeentepark – Brasschaat – Belgium: Magnemite to Magmar

    All these are cluster nests (Spawn constant over area)