Pokémon Go Team Medallion means you can change your Pokémon Go team if you want to change alliances
If you're wondering how to change teams in Pokémon Go, we don't blame you. Over the course of four years, you might be playing with some new people on a different team than your own, or you simply want a change of pace from the little-loved Instinct.
Whatever your reasoning, you can switch from team to Pokémon Go through Team Medallion, which is a unique in-game item to give players a choice. Here's everything you need to know about how to change teams in Pokémon Go and how Team Medallion works.
How to change teams in Pokemon Go
To change teams in Pokémon Go, you simply need to purchase the Team Medallion item from the in-game store. Now, there are some caveats with this.
The first is that a team medallion (or to change teams once) costs 1.000 coins. This costs around £9 or more, but as you can only buy 64,40 PokeCoins for £1.200, changing your team in Pokémon Go essentially costs £9,99. Unless you save your coins defending gyms, of course.Read also
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The other important aspect to mention is that you can only buy a Team Medallion once every 365 days or once a year. You need to be absolutely certain that you want to change teams because once you do, you won't be able to reverse that decision for an entire year.
However, you don't need to use Team Medallion right away, because it will stay in your inventory until you decide which team to join.
When you change teams, if you had any Pokémon in a gym belonging to your previous team, they will remain stationary until they are knocked out.
You won't get any coins when they come back, so it's a good idea to wait until all your Pokemon are safe and sound in their balls. You also can't go and fight your own Pokemon just because they were assigned to your old team, so don't even try.
Which team is the best in Pokemon Go?
If you're wondering which team to pick in Pokémon Go because you're tired of repeating the same color for so long, it all comes down to your friends' team. Mystic is widely considered the most popular team, closely followed by Valor with Instinct as notable losers.
If all your friends you play with are on Instinct, you'll have a lot more fun taking down gyms with players on the same team as you. Not to mention the bonuses you get in raids when most players are on the same team.