The idea behind Pokemon Go is to find and capture the creatures in real places, but what if you suddenly go to the bathroom and you met with a Squirtle? Or, perhaps, come across a Magikarpa where you see no water nearby (after all, Magikarpa is a water Pokémon)?.
Pokemon GO continues to surprise friends and strangers with more unusual places where you can hunt these creatures. Just a day after reporting that the game was sending users to a police station for capturing Pokémon. Other equally interesting places are added to the list: various types of churches and mosques.
“I went to church today…
…to catch Pokemon. “ -Timson (@ tim2party), July 7, 2016
“I’ve been to church more times today than I have total in the last 10 years” Rosie Tyler (@RosieTyler_xo), July 7, 2016
” I need Pokéballs for
#PokemonGO, and the church next door is a Poké Stop, but a funeral is going on #decisionsdecisions #gottacatchemall” -Jack William (@JWillsNH), July 7, 2016
These are very unusual places in which Pokemon Go players are finding creatures and of course they are sharing on social networks.
Here are some:
Scotland: A place so wet that Pokemon Go deems fit to place a water Pokemon on the street. pic.twitter.com/LCaer5UQjB
— Daniel Sloss (@Daniel_Sloss) July 6, 2016
— Kelvin 。 (@kefka__) July 6, 2016
— Reversal (@ReversalYouTube) July 6, 2016
— M.I.L.F Shake (@hoegalite) July 6, 2016
Pokemon Go is available for Android and iOS, but only in some regions of the world.