It is known that the color of the circle represents if the pokemon is currently hard or easy to catch.
But can that color be converted to a cold, hard number?
Like if it's all the way green, is it always, let's say, a 90% catch rate. And when it's all the way red, 1%?
PS because of the tought that this is a duplicate of Does CP determine the aggressiveness of a wild Pokemon?
- Not talking about the aggressiveness of the Pokemon. I'm talking about catch rate. If I would be to throw and touch with 100 PokeBalls to that pokemon, how many would break open and how many would catch.
- This Question has also no relation to CP. I already noticed that the CP has no effect on the color of the circle. I've seen some very low CP (20-40 CP) pokemon with a red circle before. For those wondering, I would say evolved forms have usually harder catchrates compared for the same CP.
- The question is basically is there a constant between the color of the cicle and the catch rate of the pokemon. Like I said before, would a green circle pokemon always stay in 90 pokeballs out of 100, and would a red circle pokemon stay in only 5 pokeballs out of 100. Looking for probabilities here.