While Wild Encounters are the most common way to capture Pokémon in Pokémon GO, some are only available during special events or through a specific in-game process, as all Pokémon GO players are aware. Magnezone is one of these Pokémon.

How to get Magnezone

  1. Farm Magnemite
  2. Collect three candies for each Magnemite you catch while farming. This will eventually provide you with enough candy for you to evolve into Magneton.
  3. Head over a PokeStop.
  4. Use a Magnetic Lure Module and activate it.

Magnetic Lure Module

The Magnetic Bait Module attracts Steel, Electric, and Rock Pokémon, as well as allowing you to evolve species like Magneton. It costs 200 Pokécoins and can be purchased from the internal Pokémon GO store.

The following steps are very simple once you have it:

  • Buy Magnetic Lure Module for 200 Pokécoins.
    • These lures can sometimes be obtained as a reward for completing certain quests, but the simplest way to get one quickly is to simply buy one.
    • It’s also worth remembering that in-game lures benefit all local players. So, if you’re playing with a friend, you might want to use one so that you both get the most out of it.
  • Approach a PokéStop.
  • Activate the Magnetic Lure Module, and spin the photo disc.
  • Open your bag of Pokémon and select Magneton.
  • Select the Evolve option.
    • For Magnezone we need additional 100 candies.
  • And voila, you will have your brand new Magnezone!

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