Overview

For some of us gamers, whether it be on mobile or console, medals are what keep us going back for more playtime. It's easy to get a couple of medals in Pokemon Go, but the higher ranking ones take a little more time and effort. So what are they and how do we get them?

General Pokemon Go Medals

Each of these medals has Bronze, Silver, and Gold. With each level, comes an increase in requirement to attain.

Jogger - For Bronze, player must walk 10km. For Silver, player must walk 100km. For Gold, player must walk 1000km

Kanto - For Bronze, player must register 5 Pokemon in Pokedex. For Silver, player must register 50 Pokemon in the Pokedex. For Gold, player must register 100 Pokemon in the Pokedex.

Collector - For Bronze, player must capture 30 Pokemon. For Silver, player must capture 500 Pokemon. For Gold, player must capture 2000 Pokemon.

Scientist - For Bronze, player must evolve 3 Pokemon. For Silver, player must evolve 20 Pokemon. For Gold, player must evolve 200 Pokemon.

Breeder - For Bronze, player must hatch 10 Eggs. For Silver, player must hatch 100 Eggs. For Gold, it is unclear how many Eggs must be hatched.

Backpacker - For Bronze, player must visit 100 Pokestops. For Silver, player must visit 1000 Pokestops. For Gold, player must visit 2000 Pokestops.

Fisherman - For Bronze, player must catch 3 Magikarp weighing 1kg or less. For Silver, player must catch 50 Magikarp weighing 1kg or less. For Gold, it is unclear how many Magikarp must be caught.

Battle Girl - For Bronze, player must win 10 Gym battles. For Silver, player must win 100 Gym battles. For Gold, player must win 1000 Gym battles.

Ace Trainer - For Bronze, player must train 10 times. For Silver, player must train 100 times. For Gold, player must train 1000 times.

Youngster - For Bronze, player must catch 3 Rattata weighing 1kg or less. For Silver, player must catch 50 Rattata weighing 1kg or less. For Gold, it unclear how many Rattata a player must catch.

Pikachu Fan - For Bronze, player must catch 3 Pikachu. For Silver, player must catch 50 Pikachu. For Gold, it is unclear how many Pikachu must be caught.

Pokemon Type Medals

As with the General Medals, the levels are Bronze, Silver, and Gold. They are as follows:

Schoolkid - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Normal-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Normal-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 200 Normal-type Pokemon.

Black Belt - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Fighting-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Fighting-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 200 Fighting-type Pokemon.

Bird Keeper - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Flying-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Flying-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 200 Flying-type Pokemon.

Punk Girl - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Poison-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Poison-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 200 Poison-type Pokemon.

Ruin Maniac - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Ground-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Ground-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 200 Ground-type Pokemon.

Hiker - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Rock-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Rock-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 200 Rock-type Pokemon.

Bug Catcher - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Bug-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Bug-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 200 Bug-type Pokemon.

Hex Maniac - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Ghost-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Ghost-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 200 Ghost-type Pokemon.

Depot Agent - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Steel-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Steel-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 200 Steel-type Pokemon.

Kindler - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Fire-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Fire-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 200 Fire-type Pokemon.

Swimmer - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Water-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Water-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 237 Water-type Pokemon.

Gardener - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Grass-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Grass-type Pokemon. For Gold, players must catch 200 Grass-type Pokemon.

Rocker - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Electric-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Electric-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 200 Electric-type Pokemon.

Psychic - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Psychic-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Psychic-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 200 Psychic-type Pokemon.

Skier - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Ice-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Ice-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 200 Ice-type Pokemon.

Dragon Tamer - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Dragon-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Dragon-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 200 Dragon-type Pokemon.

Fairy Tale Girl - For Bronze, player must catch 10 Fairy-type Pokemon. For Silver, player must catch 50 Fairy-type Pokemon. For Gold, player must catch 200 Fairy-type Pokemon.

Final Thoughts

I've already discussed with my fellow Pokemon Trainers, and we plan to collect all the medals. Aside from medals, I hope to see Gym Badges as part of the reward system in the near-future.

How cool would it be to gain the badges we've all gained in the previous games? Which will you go for first? And what badges would you like to see first? Let us know in the comments!

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