GO Park

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GO Park GOパーク
GO Park
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
GO Park Exterior LGPE.png
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Location: North of Fuchsia City
Region: Kanto
Generations: VII
Kanto Pal Park Map.png
Location of GO Park in Kanto.
Pokémon world locations

The GO Park complex (Japanese: GOパーク GO Park) is a special Pokémon preserve present in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, located in Fuchsia City in the Safari Zone in Kanto. It allows the player to send Pokémon from Pokémon GO to Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!.

Areas

There are 20 different GO Parks, each capable of holding up to 50 Pokémon, giving a maximum capacity of 1,000 Pokémon. Each park contains a Play Yard.

Minigames

One of the minigames

Once the player has 25 of the same species of Pokémon in the GO Park complex, a special minigame will begin in the Play Yard. In the minigame, the player is tasked with leading all the Pokémon into the goal area within the 3-minute time limit. If the player gets close enough to a Pokémon, it will follow the player. If the player bumps into one of the obstacles placed around the field, such as Diglett, Sandshrew, and Golem, the Pokémon currently following them will become surprised and run away. If all the Pokémon enter the goal area within the time limit, Candies will be awarded to the player.

Items

Item Location Games
Courage Candy Courage Candy Random reward from the minigames  P  E 
Health Candy Health Candy Random reward from the minigames  P  E 
Mighty Candy Mighty Candy Random reward from the minigames  P  E 
Quick Candy Quick Candy Random reward from the minigames  P  E 
Smart Candy Smart Candy Random reward from the minigames  P  E 
Tough Candy Tough Candy Random reward from the minigames  P  E 

Artwork

Layout

Interior

GO Park Entrance LGPE.png
Generation VII

Exterior

GO Park Exterior LGPE.png
Generation VII

Concept Art

GO Park Outer LGPE Concept Art.jpg GO Park Inner LGPE Concept Art.jpg
Outer concept art from the Let's Go, Pikachu and Eevee! Super Music Collection Inner concept art from the Let's Go, Pikachu and Eevee! Super Music Collection

Pokémon

Artwork demonstrating the transfer process from Pokémon Go to Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee

The player can catch any Pokémon transferred over from Pokémon GO.

Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go Eevee can receive any of the first 150 Pokémon, as well as Meltan and Melmetal. Alolan forms can be sent, but other regional forms cannot. Mew, Shadow Pokémon, Purified Pokémon, and Pokémon with special accessories (such as Holiday Pikachu and Sunglasses Squirtle) cannot be transferred.

Like transfers through Pal Park or Poké Transporter, these transfers are one-way only, and cannot be sent back to GO.

Modifications to transferred Pokémon

Origin

Pokémon transferred from Pokémon GO have Pokémon GO as their game of origin, resulting in them having the GO origin mark GO icon PE.png.

The Pokémon's language of origin will also become the language that was originally set by the player in Let's Go. (The current language of the Pokémon GO account has no impact on the Pokémon's language of origin.)

Level

The Pokémon's level will be the same as its Power Up level in Pokémon GO, rounded down to the nearest integer. This means that Pokémon caught in GO Park can range from level 1 to level 40.

Moves

The moves that a Pokémon knew in Pokémon GO have no bearing on its moves in Let's Go. The Pokémon's moves are reset to moves it would know in the wild in Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go Eevee! at its current level (i.e. its level-up moves at that level).

Original Trainer and nickname

Original Trainer information from Pokémon GO is only kept until re-caught in GO Park. When the Pokémon is re-caught in GO Park, the Let's Go player becomes the Pokémon's Original Trainer in all aspects except game of origin.

When it is caught in GO Park, the Pokémon's Original Trainer is set to the player in the Let's Go game; however, the Pokémon will still earn experience as if it were an outsider Pokémon.

The Pokémon's nickname is removed. However, because the Let's Go player is considered its Original Trainer, they can freely change its nickname.

Met Date

The date the Pokémon was first met is retained from Pokémon Go, the server time from Pokémon GO is used, rather than the Switch's current date and time.

Poké Ball

The type of Poké Ball used when initially obtaining the Pokémon in Pokémon GO is overridden when re-captured by the player in GO Park. The only available balls that can be used are standard Poké Balls, Great Balls, Ultra Balls, Master Balls, and Premier Balls.

IVs

The Pokémon's IVs are calculated from its IVs in Pokémon GO. In Let's Go, its GO IVs are doubled then increased by 1 (i.e. ). As a result, the maximum possible IV for a transferred Pokémon is 31 (the maximum possible for any Pokémon) while the minimum is 1 (except for Speed).

Speed has no corresponding IV in Pokémon GO, so is randomly generated when the Pokémon is encountered in GO Park. As a result, Speed is the only IV which can be even on Pokémon transferred from GO.

The following are the corresponding GO IVs for each IV in Let's Go.

Core series IV GO IV
HP HP
Attack Attack
Defense Defense
Special Attack Attack
Special Defense Defense
Speed N/A


Due to this calculation enforcing that all of the Pokémon's IVs except Speed are odd, Pokémon transferred from GO will always have either Ice- or Dark-type Hidden Power.

Example

If Alolan Vulpix with these IVs in Pokémon GO is transferred to Let's Go...

037Vulpix-Alola.png Hit Points Attack Defense
8 15 4

It could have this set of IVs in Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!:

037Vulpix-Alola.png Hit Points Attack Defense Speed Sp. Attack Sp. Defense
17 31 9 25 31 9

Nature

The Pokémon's Nature is randomly generated when the Pokémon is encountered in GO Park. It can be influenced by the fortune teller in Celadon City.

Height and weight

The Pokémon's height and weight are retained from Pokémon GO.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese GO Park
Mandarin GO Park
France Flag.png French GO Park
Germany Flag.png German GO Park
Italy Flag.png Italian GO Park
South Korea Flag.png Korean GO파크 GO Park
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese GO Park
Russia Flag.png Russian Парк GO Park GO
Spain Flag.png Spanish GO Park
Thailand Flag.png Thai GO พาร์ก GO Park
Turkey Flag.png Turkish GO Park

See also


Inter-generational transfer
Gen I Time CapsulePoké TransporterBank
Gen II
Gen III Dual-slot modePal Park
Gen IV Dual-slot modePal ParkPoké TransferRelocator
Gen V Poké TransferRelocatorPoké TransporterBank
Gen VI Poké TransporterBank
Gen VII Poké TransporterBankGO ParkHOME
Gen VIII BankHOMEGO Transporter
Gen IX


Kanto
Boulder Badge.png Cascade Badge.png Thunder Badge.png Rainbow Badge.png Soul Badge.png Marsh Badge.png Volcano Badge.png Earth Badge.png
Settlements
Pallet TownViridian CityPewter CityCerulean CityVermilion CityLavender Town
Celadon CitySaffron CityFuchsia CityCinnabar IslandIndigo Plateau
Routes
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Landmarks
Professor Oak's LaboratoryViridian ForestDiglett's CavePewter Museum of ScienceMt. Moon (Square) • Cerulean Cave
Underground Path (Kanto Routes 5–6)Underground Path (Kanto Routes 7–8)S.S. AnneS.S. AquaSea CottageRock Tunnel
Power PlantCycling Road/Pokémon RoadTeam Rocket HideoutSilph Co.Magnet TrainPokémon TowerSafari Zone/Pal Park
GO ParkSeafoam IslandsPokémon MansionCinnabar LabPokémon League Reception GateVictory RoadTohjo Falls
Access to
Sevii IslandsJohto


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