How To Get Kecleon in Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go players had to wait a long time to finish their Hoenn Pokedexes because they were waiting for Kecleon for years.

This cute little Pokemon that looks like a chameleon was added in a later update, almost four years after the last Generation Three Pokemon.

If you want to finish your Hoenn Pokedex, you can’t catch Kecleon the way you would catch any other Pokemon.

We’ve got everything covered, though, so here’s everything you need to know to catch it in Pokemon Go.

How To Get Kecleon?

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Trainers have to go to Pokéstops to catch Kecleon. At Pokéstops, Trainers can usually get useful items like Poke Balls to catch the new Spotlight Hour Pokémon.

Trainers may not be able to spin a Pokéstop disc to get things, even though they want to. Instead, a pop-up will show that there is an unseen obstacle in the way.

This means a Kecleon is connected to the Pokéstop. Trainers may have already seen the pocket monster’s shape and the red zigzag stripe on its back.

Trainers must tap Kecleon a few times to make it leave the Pokéstop and start the battle. Then, it should show up in the overworld nearby like any other Pokémon.

Kecleon isn’t very common right now, so Trainers should try to improve their chances by using everything they can, like the Berries in Pokémon GO.

Kecleon doesn’t evolve into any other Pokémon, but Trainers are excited to add it to their Pokédexes because it is rare and has a unique way to capture it.

Due to how rare it is, Trainers will probably have to go a ways to find Pokéstops. Kecleon fans do have other choices, though, such as going to Las Vegas during the upcoming Pokémon GO Tour: Hoenn event.

Trainers who buy a ticket might meet Kecleon or even Shiny Kecleon, which isn’t expected to show up anywhere else for a while. But again, this is probably only a choice for a small number of people.

How To Get Shiny Kecleon?

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Shiny Kecleon was first only available to players at Pokemon Go Tour: Hoenn in Las Vegas. After February 25, 2023, during Pokemon Go Tour: Hoenn – Global, it became available to all players around the world.

After these things ended, the only way to get a shiny Kecleon is the same way you get any other shiny.

Is there a Shiny Kecleon in Pokemon Go?

The good news is that you can now run into Shiny Kecleon in Pokemon Go.

It first showed up in Las Vegas on February 18, 2023, but it won’t be seen anywhere else until the Pokemon Go Tour Hoenn event, which starts all over the world on February 25, 2023.

Your chances of running into a Shiny Kecleon are very low, but during the Pokemon Go Tour Hoenn, Shiny rates will be higher for Pokemon from the Hoenn area. This is the best time to look for one.


How rare is Kecleon in Pokemon Go?

Kecleon is a very rare Pokemon in Pokemon Go. It is only available at random PokeStops, and the chance of finding one is very low.

How do I know if there is a Kecleon at a PokeStop?

If you spin a PokeStop and see a message that says “An invisible object is blocking the PokeStop,” it means there is a Kecleon there. You can then tap on the PokeStop until Kecleon jumps off and appears on the map.

How do I catch Kecleon?

Once Kecleon jumps off the PokeStop, you can catch it as you would any other Pokemon. Use Ultra Balls or Great Balls, land Excellent Curveball Throws, and use Razz Berries to increase your catch rate.

Is Kecleon shiny in Pokemon Go?

Yes, Kecleon can be shiny in Pokemon Go. Shiny Kecleon is a rare variant of Kecleon that has a different color scheme. The shiny version of Kecleon is green and purple, instead of its normal brown and yellow color.

How do I get a shiny Kecleon in Pokemon Go?

The only way to get a shiny Kecleon in Pokemon Go is to be lucky enough to encounter one. There is no guaranteed way to get a shiny Pokemon, so you just have to keep trying until you find one.

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