"Pokemon Let's Go" Power Leveling With Chansey Guide

Updated on December 11, 2018
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Dilbert is an avid gamer who's passion for Pokemon was reignited by Pokemon Go and now Pokemon Let's Go in turn.

Chansey Power Leveling

Opening the Cerulean Cave

After you beat the Elite Four (plus the Champion) you open up the Cerulean Cave. This is the cave notorious for being the location where you find and catch Mewtwo. However, this cave is jam packed full of other goodies and reasons to explore.

The Pokemon that spawn in the cave are high level, and rare Pokemon can spawn there. The most important of which would be Chansey. Catching a Chansey nets you an awesome chunk of experience and that will be the cornerstone of power leveling.

Finding the Cerulean Cave

The Cerulean Cave can be found just outside of Cerulean City. You likely saw it earlier in the game but had no means to get there as it's blocked off to you by a little ledge. First, get on over to Cerulean City. Before leaving, be sure to stock up on Ultra Balls. To get to the cave, simply go north of Cerulean City over the bridge. You'll have a bit of water on the left where you can use the Sea Skim Secret Technique to enter the water. Go back down south a little bit and you'll see the cave off to the left where you'll be able to get off and enter.

Cerulean Cave

The entrance to the Cerulean Cave just outside Cerulean City
The entrance to the Cerulean Cave just outside Cerulean City

Getting to the Right Spot in the Cave

I've found the first area of the Cerulean Cave is both too small and seems to spawn Snorlax instead of Chansey. I prefer to go to another area with more room, more items, and of course regular Chansey spawns.

As soon as you enter the cave, you have to use the Sea Skim technique. Get off at the first point you're able to, which is a very short distance away. You'll see a ladder right there. Go up and you'll be in a large room with a lot of ladders.

This room is my preferred location to hunt for Chanseys being just a short distance from the entrance. Chanseys spawn quite frequently in the area. But it's also a large room that's easy to wander around and it's easy to dodge other Pokemon spawns. It's also full of item spawns you can check.

This area is covered with little glowing spots where hidden items can spawn. While running around waiting for Chanseys, try to run from spot to spot checking for items. Your partner's tail will shake if there is a hidden item there. They should respawn every day. You can get some great items from these locations including Golden Berries or even a Master Ball!


Item Spawns in the Glowing Spots

Those spots are all over the place! You can find hidden items in them.
Those spots are all over the place! You can find hidden items in them.

Starting Your Catch Combo

Now that you're in position, it's time to start racking up your catch combo.

Catch combos are a combo of catching the same Pokemon over and over again. They increase the amount of experience and items you get, as well as increasing the likelihood of rare and shiny spawns. Catching a different Pokemon, having a Pokemon run away from you, or turning off your game will break your catch combo so be careful! Fleeing from an encounter yourself, or sleeping your game will not break a catch combo though. For more details on catch combos, check out my guide on catch combos and shiny Pokemon.

To start, turn on a Max Lure to increase the chances of rare Pokemon spawning, like a Chansey. I'd also begin racking up a catch combo on a non-Chansey Pokemon to increase your chances further.

As soon as a Chansey spawns, catch it and begin your combo! From that point on, just wait until more Chanseys spawn and continuously catch them, racking up the highest combo you can.

I recommend running away from any encounter where Chansey has broken out of 2+ Pokeballs so you avoid having them run away on you, breaking your chain. Chansey can be tough to catch, so this will be quite annoying, but worth it to keep your chain. Your catch chance will increase though as you catch more. At 50 and 100 Chanseys caught, you will get a significant increase in your catch chance.

Prioritize Chanseys with red or blue effects around them, that means they are larger or smaller, which grant extra experience/items when caught.


Catch Combo Experience with a Chansey

With a fairly low catch combo, you can earn a crazy amount of experience from Chanseys!
With a fairly low catch combo, you can earn a crazy amount of experience from Chanseys!

Using Co-Op Mode

To maximize your experience, and catch chance, you can switch to Co-Op mode.

Simpy take off your Joy Cons and shake the 2nd one when you're on the catch screen. It will open up a "Support Trainer" by splitting the screen in half and giving each player the chance to catch. This means you can use 2 berries, 2 Poke Balls, and throw with each player. If you throw simultaneously, you'll get a special catch sequence that both increases the chance of catching the Pokemon as well as increasing the experience you get by granting a "Synchronized Bonus".

Given that Chansey can be pretty hard to catch and having one run away will break your catch combo, this is incredibly useful and I highly recommend it.

Co-Op Throwing

You look silly thrusting both your hands out at once, but it's worth it for the bonuses
You look silly thrusting both your hands out at once, but it's worth it for the bonuses

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