Pokemon Feed

https://pokemon.pokego2.com will list all pokemon.

Parameters should be added as pairs where you enter the filter type followed by '-' and then the value on which you want to filter. You can add multiple filters after each other using '/' to separate them.

Possible filters:

  • id : this is a list of id's you want to have in the resulting feed
  • iv : this is the minimum iv all pokemon should have in the resulting feed
  • att : this is the minimum attack all pokemon should have in the resulting feed
  • def : this is the minimum defense all pokemon should have in the resulting feed
  • sta : this is the minimum stamina all pokemon should have in the resulting feed
  • level : this is the minimum Level all pokemon should have in the resulting feed
  • cp : this is the minimum CP all pokemon should have in the resulting feed
  • gender : this is the gender you want the pokemon in the resulting feed to have, use 1 for male, 2 for female and 0 for unknown or undefined
  • ttl : this is the minimum time the pokemon should have left before despawning in the resulting feed
  • move : this is a list of moves that the pokemon should have in the resulting feed
  • move1 : this is a list of moves that the pokemon should have as first move in the resulting feed
  • move2 : this is a list of moves that the pokemon should have as second move in the resulting feed
  • type : this is a list of pokemon types that should be in the resulting feed
  • rarity : this is a list of rarities that should be in the resulting feed, possible rarities: common, uncommon, rare, very_rare and ultra_rare
  • medal : this could either be 'youngster' or 'fisherman' to filter on Tiny Rattata or Big Magikarp
  • gen : this is a list of generations that the resulting pokemon should be
  • evo : this is the minimum evolution grade the resulting pokemon should have
  • sort : this is a list of fields on which you want the resulting feed to be sorted on in ascending order
  • asort : this is a list of fields on which you want the resulting feed to be sorted on in descending order
  • coords : these are the coordinates you want to filter around. There are two options: either you use one coordinate set which the feed will center around (for example: "coords-10,5" will filter to feed for coordinates between 9.9,4.9 and 10.1,5.1) or you can use two sets of coordinates which will be used to filter on (for example "coords-10,5,20,8" will filter coordinates between 10,5 and 20,8)
  • top : this is the maximum amount of results you want in the feed beginning at the top of the filter
  • bottom : this is the maximum amount of results you want in the feed beginning at the bottom of the filter
  • maxpokemonperid : this is the maximum amount of pokemon you want for each ID in the feed. WARNING: this might slow down the retrieval of data from the feed
  • output : this is a list of elements which you want to see in the output. You can choose between "name", "iv", "att", "def", "sta", "level", "cp", "gender", "ttl", "moves", "gen", "evo" and "dist". The order of these elements is determined by the order you use them. If the value is unknown it will not be printed, the distance can only be printed in you use the radius or cooldown filters
  • radius : this will filter out all pokemon in a circled radius in kilometres around a certain point. You can either use a fixed point, or you can use your ingame location by using '%loc%'
  • trainerlvl : this will change the output to reflect the known iv's etc for the given trainer level. If this filter isn't applied, the trainer level 30+ will be used by default. If you are jailbroken, you can use %lvl% which will automatically be replaced by your current trainer level
  • country : this is the 2 letter countrycode of the country in which you want the spawns to be from. Use the 2 letter codes found here
  • posshiny : this will filter out all pokemon that are known to have a Shiny form. This is NO guarantee the spawn will be shiny for your account. Use '/posshiny-true' to activate this filter
  • cooldown : this is like the radius filter, but instead of using a fixed radius, it uses the remaining minutes on our cooldown timer to determine the radius, so you should be able to get all the pokemon in the filter if you reset the cooldown timer when it's needed. Usage: '/cooldown-%cd%,%loc%'
  • weather : this will filter on the list of weather types where the pokemon are boosted. For the list of options, check Additional Info. (for example: /weather-1,5)
  • boosted : if /boosted-true is used it will show all pokemon that are boosted by weather. If /boosted-false is used it will show all unboosted pokemon
  • candy : if /candy-true is used it will show all pokemon that need 12 candy to evolve. If /candy-false is used it will show all pokemon that need more candy

It is possible to invert all filters except for the "medal" and "coords" filter by adding "a_" in front of the filter. See the examples for more details.

The moves should come out of the list at the bottom of this doc. You should use the ID. (Please not that some moves have multiple IDs).

For the sorting, you can use the following fields: "latitude", "longitude", "id", "iv", "att", "def", "sta", "level", "cp", "gender", "ttl", "move1", "move2", "type1", "type2", "weight", "height", "rarity".

Examples:

Last updated on 8th Aug 2018