The Glacial Lure Module is a special item in Pokemon Go that boosts wild spawns and can be used for a specific evolution process. So here is everything you need to know about it.
Exploring the real world and waiting for wild Pokemon to appear on the map is all well and good, but what if you want to increase the spawn rate or encounter a specific type of Pokemon?
This is where items like bait and incense come into play. One of the most useful items is the Glacial Lure Module, although it’s not always clear what it’s used for as the game doesn’t really explain it.
Below is all the information you need about Glacial Lock Modules, including how to obtain them and the specific evolution they can be used for.
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What is a Glacial Bait Module in Pokemon Go?
Glacial bait modules can be placed on PokeStops to attract Ice- and Water-type Pokémon in a limited area. These Pokémon include Jynx, Swinub, Mantine, Piplup, and many more.
That effects of a Glacial Lock Module typically last 30 minutes, although this is sometimes increased during special events or Community Days, so it might be worth saving for that duration boost.
You can tell if a PokeStop has a Glacial Bait Module attached because of snowflakes falling around it. Also, any nearby player can enjoy the effects of the bait, not just the person who placed it.
What evolution is the Glacial Lure Module used for in Pokemon Go?
Not only can the Glacial Lure Module boost wild spawns, it can also be used to do so evolve Eevee into Glaceon. You still need 25 candies, so make sure you have those before wasting the module.
How to get Glacial Bait Module in Pokemon Go
It’s very rare to get a Glacial Lure Module for free in Pokemon Go, so getting one is the easiest Buy one from the in-game shop for 180 PokeCoins.
Glacial Bait Modules are sometimes given as a reward for completing Special Research stories, although it doesn’t happen very often so you can wait a long time.
A Glacial Lure Module is also included Week box from August 1st to 7th which only costs 1 PokeCoin, so by all means use this while you can.