LEGOLAND issues rules for Pokemon Go

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WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (WFLA) – LEGOLAND issued rules for Pokemon Go Tuesday.

“Pokemon haven been spotted throughout the resort and guests are welcome to play during their visit, but the resort has issued a few ground rules to ensure a safe search,” LEGOLAND officials said.

Here are the rules released by LEGOLAND:

  • “Even a Pokemon Master must stay within guest areas. Please don’t climb any fences or follow any Pokémon into employee only areas.
  • No catch is worth sacrificing your safety. All play must pause throughout the duration of your ride until you exit the ride.
  • Be sure not to bump into one of our more than 28 thousand LEGO® models – that could hurt!
  • With more than one hundred Pokémon to catch, be sure to stay hydrated.
  • If you find a Pokémon at the Fun Town Pizza Pasta Buffet, let the nearest Model Citizen know, we prefer pepperoni over Poké Balls.
  • If hours of play have unleashed the power of your phone, recharge in the Imagination Zone.
  • If your wild encounter leads you to Wyldstyle, keep in mind she may need to stop for a selfie with another guest before you can make your catch.”

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