Pokemon GO isn’t just about capturing Pokemon. It’s also about choosing a faction and going around to increase prestige for said faction.
If you’ve been to the Pokemon GO Singapore Facebook page, you’ll see people asking about what factions to join, which team is the best and whatnot.
In order to help you along on your Pokemon GO journey, let us tell you a bit more about each team and the type of people you’ll expect to see. Sort of.
Read on and see if you agree with us!
You love the thought of trusting your guts and you crave excitement in the game.
In Singapore, Instinct has the smallest number in terms of members which makes the game exceedingly difficult when it comes to capturing territories and keeping them.
You want victory, but not meaningless ones. There’s no joy in winning when your team is strong. Instead, you want to be the underdog, to be the one who helped the team crawl its way onto the top.
This guy said it the best.
As a bonus, it’s said you can fight more gyms as part of Team Instinct because, well, it’s all occupied by Team Valor or Team Mystic.
That or you seriously have a fetish for Pikachu.
If you’re looking for a warmhearted team that’s as excited about the game as you are, this is probably the team you’ll choose. Red is a colour that signifies passion and excitement, and most like-minded players will probably choose this option.
In between Team Mystic and Team Instinct in terms of membership in Singapore, Valor and Mystic are the two more prominent team in gym battles.
That or you just love the thought of strong Pokemon.
No matter what it takes, you just want to win. It doesn’t matter how you win as well. You understand the harsh realities of (Pokemon) wars and know that numbers matter. (P.S: Team Mystic currently has the highest number of members in Singapore.)
Well, either that or you love Articuno. Or the colour blue, never underestimate the power of blue.
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This article was first published on goodyfeed.com
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