Here's How To Find The Rarest YouTubers In Pokemon Go
13 July 2016, 11:58 | Updated: 17 July 2017, 12:18
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Pokemania is sweeping the entire world, with Pokemon Masters dusting off their old caps and hitting the streets to capture as many Pokemon as possible. However, we have a little secret for you because we know where all the rarest and dankest YouTubers are hiding in the game. Just follow these simple tips and you'll the next legend of Pokemon Go in your hometown.
Below are the approximate locations of seven of the most rare and extraordinary YouTubers you could think of, with tips on how to catch them. Let us know if you find any more YouTubers on your own, and we can add them to the list!
DAN HOWELL - This YouTuber, whilst super rare, only has a low combat power level based on it's inability to defend, fight or generally do well at anything. Masters will typically find this YouTuber hanging about inside DIY stores in the ladder aisle. Make sure you look in the shadows, as this YouTuber does not come out in the daylight very often.
ZOELLA - This elegant YouTuber can only be found in one single place; Brighton. If Masters lay down enough Incense and team up with each other to place multiple lures on Pokestops, you may just be able to capture this YouTuber. Be advised though, she is very shy and could use her high CP level to call in ranged attacks from fellow YouTuber, Alfie Deyes.
PEWDIEPIE - As one of the most common YouTubers in the game, this monster can be caught almost anywhere on the map. If players are wearing the Pokemon Go Plus watch, the chances of finding this weak YouTuber are tripled based on it's inability to stay away from video games and it's related, wearable technology.
MIRANDA SINGS - The whereabouts of this YouTuber are relatively unknown. The only Pokemon Master to have captured a Miranda is an American player called Colleen Evans, but she refuses to share her secrets with the rest of the world. We would recommend hiding out at YouTube conventions and panels to see if this strange and complex creature appears.
MARKIPLIER - This goober of a YouTuber appears at most monuments across the map based on his ability to locate fans and spread the love. Don't be put off by his weak CP score as with an evolution, this YouTuber can turn into Darkiplier once in a blue moon and essentially win the entire game for you. Warning: Don't use a Pokeball, use a Goof Ball.
LILLY SINGH - This YouTuber is a worthy addition to any budding Pokemon Go Master's Pokedex. Whilst her coordinates are not assigned to regular human maps, hardcore players will find her on a secret Unicorn Island lodged deep in the middle of the ocean. Good luck catching this YouTuber, she's growing and getting stronger pretty darn fast.
JOE SUGG - Finally, this is one of the rarest and valuable YouTubers in the entire game. Unfortunately for hardcore players, this YouTuber will only appear on the map once you have captured and trained it's mate, Caspar Lee, up to a CP level of over 9000 - only then will you see the mysterious Joe Sugg. Luring him out with Oli White is said to have worked, but we've seen reports that this lure is actually a cactus and not a human being.