Revives are items that enable Trainers to revive fainted Pokémon. It only works on Pokémon with 0 HP. Leveling up, spinning the Photo Disc at a Gym or PokéStop, beating a Raid Boss, performing research assignments, or opening presents are all ways to get them. Let’s see how Revives In Pokemon GO How It Works ?
There are currently only two types of revives:
- regular Revive
- and Max Revive.
To see currently owned revives player can check them out on the item bag page
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Revives, like potions, may be used at any moment during gameplay. They are available on the item bag page. After pressing the revive button, a list of fainted Pokémon with 0 HP will show. To use the item on the selected Pokémon, tap it.
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This Revive is obtained from Photo Discs at Level 5 and recovers half the HP of fainted Pokémon. This kind of revive is a reward for leveling up between 5 and 29.
A medicine that can revive fainted Pokémon. It also fully restores half of a fainted Pokémon’s maximum HP.
After reaching level 5, trainers may begin competing at gyms and earning revives by visiting PokeStops. They are also awarded for reaching Levels 5 and above.
Revives can also be repeatably obtained by
- Spinning PokéStops or Gyms
- Completing certain Field Research or Special Research tasks
- Winning a Raid Battle
- Opening a Gift
- Defeating a Team GO Rocket Leader
- Getting a gift from a Great Buddy
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Max Revive is obtained from Photo Discs at Level 30 and recovers the entire HP of fainted Pokémon. Since level 30, this kind of revival has become a reward for leveling up.
A medicine that can revive fainted Pokémon. It also fully restores a fainted Pokémon’s maximum HP.
When you run out of revives, one strategy I do is to power up your Pokémon. After that, you may use one of the numerous potions to completely restore your Pokémon’s health! The only time this won’t work is if the power up doesn’t contribute any more HP, which you won’t know until it’s done, so you may need to perform more than one. But as long as the power up adds at least a +1 to your HP, you should be OK!
There is, however, a method you can employ, although it is restricted.
The trick is that if your Pokemon has 1 HP or more, it is deemed aware. You can’t cure it with a potion, but you CAN power it up! Powering up a Pokemon usually gives you a few more HP, which then allows you to resurrect it! Hooray!
Of course, it will cost you stardust and sweets instead of revives— but in a pinch, it could work!
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