Pokemon Go Egg Hatching: Which Pokemon Hatch from 2km, 5km and 10km eggs

 

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Pokemon Go Egg's hatching
Pokemon Go has three different types of eggs each of which hatches different kinds of Pokemon; so if you want to know which Pokemon comes from which egg you've come to the right place.

Egg types & hatching basics

Eggs are obtained as random drops from visiting PokeStops and they come in three different types. Eggs are hatched by placing one in an incubator and walking a certain distance: 2km for a green egg, 5km for a yellow egg and 10km for a purple egg. The purple 10km eggs are very rare and as such contain the rarest Pokémon, the 2km eggs tend to be more popular than their 5km counterparts because they are the ones that give potential for starter Pokémon from Kanto - that previously included Pikachu but he was replaced by Pichu after the first Eggstravaganza event.

A player can carry a maximum of nine eggs at a time including the one(s) that are currently being incubated. All trainers are issued with one incubator at the beginning of the game which can be used an infinite amount of times - further incubators can be purchased from the shop for 150 Pokécoins a piece, these purchased incubators have a maximum three uses before they break though.

Hatching eggs is a great way of filling up your PokeDex and getting hold of some mons with good stats, based on quite a lot of feedback from players I know personally and in online communities it seems quite often that hatched Pokemon come with decent appraisals/IV's.

Stardust, Candies and XPPokemon Go Stardust

Hatching a new mon is a special time in any trainers life no doubt, but it's hard to deny that the other benefits of hatching eggs are not to be sniffed at. Heres what you get for hatching each type of egg:-
  • Hatching a 2km egg: 5-10 candies of the hatched Pokemon's type, 400-800 Stardust and 200 XP
  • Hatching a 5km egg: 10-21 candies of the hatched Pokemon's type, 800-1600 Stardust and 500 XP
  • Hatching a 10km egg: 17-30 candies of the hatched Pokemon's type, 2000-3000 Stardust and 1000 XP

Pokemon that hatch from 2km eggs

These little green 2km eggs are pretty easy to come by with a 36.51% drop chance. At 2km they are the quickest to hatch but not necessarily the least useful... for those who are still trying to get Charizard's, Venusaur's and Blastoise or even a Gyarados or Alakazam you have a shot at getting their unevolved versions plus a pile of their candies. The great news is there are only 2670 of the average persons steps between you and hatching one of these guys.

Each Pokemon you can hatch from a 2km egg has a specific chance of being hatched, check it on the chart below - you may notice there are also some Pokémon which previously hatched from these eggs which are no longer hatched anymore for example Caterpie, Weedle, Spearow. I can only assume that the crushing disappointment of recieving one of these from an egg (you know, at a time thats supposed to be joyful) didn't just upset me, and caused distress to enough people for Niantic to make some changes.

First gen hatches from 2km eggs


001 Bulbasaur
Bulbasaur
1 in 28 chance
004 Charmander
Charmander
1 in 28 chance
007 Squirtle
Squirtle
1 in 28 chance
010 Caterpie
Caterpie
no longer hatches
013 Weedle
Weedle
no longer hatches
021 Spearow
Spearow
no longer hatches
023 Ekans
Ekans
1 in 14 chance
029 NidoranF
Nidoran F
1 in 14 chance
032 NidoranM
Nidoran M
1 in 14 chance
041 Zubat
Zubat
no longer hatches
043 Oddish
Oddish
1 in 28 chance
048 Venonat
Venonat
no longer hatches
050 Diglett
Diglett
1 in 28 chance

063 Abra
Abra
1 in 28 chance

066 Machop
Machop
1 in 28 chance
069 Bellsprout
Bellsprout
no longer hatches
074 Geodude
Geodude
1 in 14 chance
079 Slowpoke
Slowpoke
1 in 28 chance
092 Gastly
Gastly
1 in 28 chance
098 Krabby
Krabby
1 in 14 chance
 102 Exeggcute
Exeggcute
1 in 28 chance
 118 Goldeen
Goldeen
1 in 14 chance
 129 Magikarp
Magikarp
no longer hatches
 

Second gen hatches from 2km eggs
These second gen hatches were added to the 2km egg hatch possiblities in December 2016. Pichu, Cleffa and Igglybuff actually replaced Pikachu, Clefairy and Jigglypuff as it made 'more sense' to hatch the baby versions than the second evo's.
173 Cleffa
Cleffa
1 in 28 chance

174 Igglybuff
Igglybuff
1 in 28 chance
190 Aipom
Aipom
1 in 28 chance
200 Misdreavus
Misdreavous
1 in 115 chance
172 Pichu
Pichu
1 in 28 chance
223 Remoraid

Remoraid
1 in 57 chance
218 Slugma

Slugma
1 in 28 chance
175 Togepei

Togepei
1 in 28 chance
       

Pokemon that hatch from 5km eggs

The following Pokemon hatch from 5km eggs. 5km eggs are strangely the most common eggs in the game every time you get an egg from a PokeStop there is over a 51% chance that it'll be a 5km egg. How useful the hatches from these eggs are to you I guess is down to what sort of incumbent mon's you have living in your area normally.

037 Vulpix
Vulpix
1 in 40 chance
052 Meowth
Meowth
no longer hatches
056 Mankey
Mankey
no longer hatches
058 Growlithe

Growlithe
1 in 40 chance
060 Poliwag

Poliwag
1 in 20 chance
 077 Pontya
Ponyta
1 in 20 chance
 081 Magnemite
Magnemite
1 in 40 chance
 084 Doduo
Doduo
1 in 40 chance
 086 Seel
Seel
1 in 80 chance
 088 Grimer
Grimer
1 in 161 chance
 090 Shellder
Shellder
1 in 40 chance
 095 Onix

Onix
1 in 80 chance
 096 Drowzee
Drowzee
1 in 40 chance
 100 Voltorb
Voltorb
1 in 40 chance
 104 Cubone

Cubone
1 in 40 chance
 108 Lickitung

Likitung
1 in 161 chance
 109 Koffing

Koffing
1 in 161 chance
 111 Rhyhorn
Rhyhorn
1 in 40 chance
 114 Tangela
Tangela
1 in 80 chance
 116 Horsea
Horsea
no longer hatches
 120 Staryu
Staryu
1 in 20 chance
 123 Scyther
Scyther
1 in 40 chance
 127 Pinsir
Pinsir
1 in 80 chance
 137 Porygon
Porygon
1 in 161 chance
 133 Eevee
Eevee
1 in 40 chance
         


Gen II hatches in 5km eggs

The following Gen II Pokémon hatch from 5km eggs, they were added to the possible hatch list in December 2016. Elekid, Magby, Smoochum and Tyrogue replacing Electabuzz, Magmar, Jynx and Hitmonchan/Hitmonlee respectively. Gen II starter Pokémon were not previously available from eggs but following on from the Eggstravaganza event this year have been 'permanently' added to the lineup of possible hatches for 5km eggs.

239 Elekid
Elekid
1 in 40 chance
203 Girafarig

Girafarig
1 in 161 chance
215 Sneasel
Sneasel
1 in 161 chance
193 Yanma
Yanma
1 in 161 chance
240 Magby

Magby
1 in 40 chance
231 Phanpy
Phanpy
1 in 20 chance
211 Qwilfish
Qwilfish
1 in 161 chance
213 Shuckle
Shuckle
1 in 161 chance
238 Smoochum
Smoochum
1 in 40 chance
234 Stantler
Stantler
1 in 40 chance
236 Tyrogue
Tyrogue
1 in 40 chance
202 Wobbuffet
Wobuffet
1 in 161 chance
206 Dunsparce
Dunsparce
1 in 161 chance
152 Chikorita
Chikorita
tbc - rare
155 Cynaquil
Cyndaquil
tbc - rare
158 Totodile
Totodile
tbc - rare
   

Pokemon that hatch from 10km eggs

These purple/white eggs are rare, with only a 12 percent drop chance of getting one each time you pick up an egg. However this is justified by the much better than average Pokémon you are likely to recieve including a high percent chance to get hold of a Dratini and a pile of candies toward your dragonite, as well as chances to get the bigboy gym defenders like Chansey (Blissey) and Snorlax.

Gen 1 hatches in 10km eggs
131 Lapras
Lapras
1 in 5 chance
106 Hitmonlee
Hitmonlee
no longer hatches
107 Hitmonchan

Hitmonchan
no longer hatches
113 Chansey

Chansey
1 in 20 chance
138 Omanyte
Omanyte
1 in 5 chance
140 Kabuto
Kabuto
1 in 5 chance
147 Dratini
Dratini
1 in 5 chance
142 Aerodacytyl
Aerodactyl
1 in 39 chance
143 Snorlax
Snorlax
1 in 39 chance
     

Gen II hatches in 10km eggs
 227 Skarmory
Skarmory
1 in 39 chance
 241 Miltank
Miltank
1 in 39 chance
 179 Mareep
Mareep
1 in 20 chance
204 Pineco 
Pineco
1 in 5 chance
 226 Mantine
Mantine
1 in 10 chance
185 Sudowoodo
Sudowoodo
1 in 20 chance
 246 Larvitar
Larvitar
1 in 10 chance
 207 Gligar
Gligar
1 in 10 chance
       

All of the chance to hatch stats and egg drop stats are based on the culmination of a years worth of play from multiple players across the globe and are pretty accurate at the time of writing this. Niantic is constantly developing and evolving the game, adding new hatches etc which may affect these stats but we'll update this page and try to keep it as accurate as possible. If anyone gets a hatch that isn't mentioned on this page at all please report in to luke@pokemondungeon.com - thanks! :)

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