Magikarp Patterns

Unlike the main Pokémon games, there are many different Magikarp patterns in this game. You start off, when catching a Magikarp, having a chance of catching Magikarp in various categories, with different categories having different rarity and a catalogue for you to keep track of all the different Magikarp patterns. The rarer the pattern, typically the larget it can become and the better the ability

CategoryRarity
NormalCommon
KoiCommon
Bi-colourRare
GoldenVery Rare

As you level up your Magikarp, you may find that it will actually change its pattern to another from the same category. It's not until it reaches the midpoint level that it will grow and register in your list.

Magikarp Listings

Number Picture Name Rods Required
Normal
No. 1 Standard Standard Old Rod
No. 2 Skelly Skelly Old Rod
Calico Pattern
No. 3 Calico (Orange & White) Calico (Orange & White) Old Rod
No. 4 Calico (Orange, White, Black) Calico (Orange, White, Black) Old Rod
No. 5 Calico (White & Orange) Calico (White & Orange) Old Rod
No. 6 Calico (Orange & Gold) Calico (Orange & Gold) Old Rod
Orange Pattern
No. 7 Orange Two-Tone Orange Two-Tone Old Rod
No. 8 Orange Orca Orange Orca Old Rod
No. 9 Orange Dapples Orange Dapples Old Rod
Pink Pattern
No. 10 Pink Two-Tone Pink Two-Tone Good Old Rod
From Fast League Onwards
No. 11 Pink Orca Pink Orca Good Old Rod
From Fast League Onwards
No. 12 Pink Dapples Pink Dapples Good Old Rod
From Fast League Onwards
Gray Pattern
No. 13 Gray Bubbles Gray Bubbles Great Old Rod
From Extra League Onwards
No. 14 Gray Diamonds Gray Diamonds Great Old Rod
From Extra League Onwards
Purple Pattern
No. 16 Purple Bubbles Purple Bubbles Great Old Rod
From Extra League Onwards
No. 17 Purple Diamonds Purple Diamonds Great Old Rod
From Extra League Onwards
No. 18 Purple Patches Purple Patches Great Old Rod
From Extra League Onwards
Gold
No. 99 Gold Gold Old Rod

 
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