According to the Global Nest Atlas, Bedok Town Park is a potential Scyther nest. Every Thursday morning (Singapore Time) Pokémon Go rotates the nests and I hoped for something better than worthless Scyther spawns. No thunderstorm forthcoming according to the weather forecast, so I decided to go for a quick walk to the park, which is only a mere ten minutes walk from where I live.
Every-time I plan to hunt Pokémon – and especially Dratini – at the Bedok Park Connector, I can’t help myself but I chuckle. A visit there brings back memories of the days I used to struggle with Microsoft Visio: after a lot of work creating a beautiful flowchart, you try to automatically re-arrange the chart and then you notice that not all connectors are connected …
I believe someone made a similar mistake, since the Bedok Park Connector brutally ends at the Pan-Island Expressway (PIE), giving you no options but to walk back from where you came.
Yesterday I was sitting on a cloud because my small neighborhood park changed in a Rhyhorn nest. Today I am disappointed because the nest changed in a Pinsir nest.
Yesterday Niantik updated their virtual Pokémon GO world. Nobody apart from the developers knows how this is done, but there are some trainers that believe that the Pokémon GO biomes are created from data from Open Streetmap (OSM). I was not a believer of this theory, but since yesterday I am!