Pokémon GO Plus: Top 5 Weakest Pokémon, Victreebel, Hypno and more

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Almost everyone is getting out there playing Pokémon GO in their quest to be the very best.

This game App will have you up on your feet and going places that you’ve never gone before. Like the park, the lake, and maybe even that local mom and pop shop you’ve been meaning to go to. Squirttle could be in there!

Check out some of the weakest Pokémon, but never forget about the weakest link; you gotta catch ‘em all!

Weakest Pokémon

5. Victreebel

Victreebel is a Grass Type Pokémon. It is also a Poison Type Pokémon and evolves from Weepinbell.

Don’t get too carried away by the thought of a weak creature in Pokémon GO, if its opponent gets close enough, Victreebel can swallow it whole.

4. Vileplume

Vileplume is another Grass/Poison Type and it evolves from Gloom. With its weaknesses though, it can take others down with it. The grass types are usually the weakest.

3. Hypno

Hypno is a Psychic Type Pokémon that doesn’t have the best offense moves. But it can put its opponents in a deep state of hypnosis. It evolves from Drowzee.

2. Chansey

Chansey is a Normal Type Pokémon and is just not scary at all. It lays eggs every day that are eaten by everyone, even those who have lost their appetite.

This Pokémon does not have an Evolution.

1. Aerodactyl

Aerodactyl is a Rock/Flying Type Pokémon and also has no Evolution. Although it is imagined to have been the king of the skies in ancient times, it has an abundance of weaknesses.

Catch ‘em All

Want to catch ‘em all? Join the NYC Pokémon GO group on Facebook and meet up with them to go to different places around the city to play the game. There are groups all over the world.

While you’re at it, don’t forget to take a moment to look up from your phone, and enjoy the places around you.

With the new Pokémon GO Plus, you can stop and smell the roses while saving the Pokémon you’ve caught for later.

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