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    December introduces a new month of events and more importantly it heralds the Season of Heritage. From the looks of it, the three-month event from 10 a.m. Dec. 1 to 10 a.m. March 1 will have two tent poles that players should watch out for. The first will likely happen around January as “Pokemon Arceus” is scheduled for release Jan. 28. It’s the big entry to the main series of games on the Nintendo Switch and introduces players to the Hisui region and a past age in the “Pokemon” universe. If the area looks familiar, it should to fans of “Pokemon Diamond” and Pokmeon Pearl.” The Hisui region ends up being the Sinnoh region in the modern day. ‘POKEMON ARCEUS’ AND TOUR DATES With the latest entry, players should expect new variants of old Pokemon. Nintendo has already revealed Hisuian Growlithe and Hisuian Braviary. In addition, players will find evolved forms of old favorites in the form of Basculegion, Kleavor and Wyrdeer. Players should expect some of these new Pokemon to show up in “Pokemon Go” or perhaps relatives...
    The Season of Mischief is ending with a flurry of activity as the months-long celebration caps off with the unveiling of Hoopa Unbound. It’s a more powerful form of Djinn Pokemon and is tied to the Hoopa introduced in September. The finale event runs from 10 a.m. Nov. 26 to 8 p.m. Nov. 29, which gives players an activity during Black Friday weekend. With the final quest of the season, players will be able to change Hoopa’s form. To do that, players will need 50 Hoopa Candy and 10,000 Stardust. To change it back to Hoopa Confined, players will need 10 Hoopa Candy and 2,000 Stardust. The form-changing mechanic was introduced with Furfrou during Fashion Week. Hoopa Unbound is a potentially strong Pokemon with a high attack stat but middling defensive and stamina numbers. That makes it a good Pokemon for a punch of offense, but don’t expect it to last too long in raids or even Go Battle League matches. It would be best to use this as a finisher with an opponent’s shields down in PvP. The...
    The second half of October will be more of a treat rather than a trick on players as Niantic marks its “Pokemon Go” Halloween Mischief event. Running from 10 a.m. Oct. 15 to 8 p.m. Oct. 31, players will catch creatures that go bump in the night. The celebration happens in two phases. The first is titled “Creepy Companions” and marks the debut of Galarian Slowking and shiny Spinarak. It also introduces new costumed Pokemon such as Pikachu, Piplup and Drifblim. They all wear new hats, which is disappointing compared last year’s editions. WHAT TO CATCH FOR PART 1 When it comes to what to catch, the obvious targets are the costumed Pokemon because all of them can be shiny. They’ll be a must-have for collectors because of their potential rarity. Shiny Spinarak will be the prize of the event. Its variant colors are powder blue and its evolution, Ariados, sports that same hue as a trim along with a purple body. It will be a shiny that pops on the screen though it may not be as useful...
    Technically, we’re still in the middle of September but that hasn’t stopped Niantic from giving “Pokekmon Go” players a glimpse of what’s happening in October. The first event out of the gate is tied to “Pokemon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle,” which comes out worldwide on Netflix after being released in theaters in 2020. It’s going to be a big one. The reason for that is the developer is releasing Zarude, the Rogue Monkey Pokemon, to “Pokemon Go.” When it comes out through a Special Research quest, it will likely skyrocket to the top of the list as the best grass-type in the game. It is predicted to have high defense and high stamina meaning that it can last in Master League and in raids. Couple that with a good moveset centered on Vine Whip as the fast move and Power Whip and Dark Pulse for the charge moves and it will be a go-to for raids requiring grass types. Because it’s a mythical Pokemon, it’s unlikely that players will be able to trade it. Players will also...
    As the calendar turns to fall in September, the seasons also change in “Pokemon Go.” The period of discovery is fading to black and the time of mischief has begun. This season, which runs from 10 a.m. Sept. 1 to 10 a.m. Dec. 1, focuses on Hoopa, who has already brought the unexpected to the game. The mythical Pokemon brought in legendaries in the second part of Pokemon Go Fest 2021 and gave players more of a taste of Galar region pocket monsters in Phase 3 of the Ultra Unlock. Players should expect plenty of surprises and that begins with a season-long Special Research story that will let players catch Confined Hoopa. The Mischief Pokemon has another form called Hoopa Unbound, but there’s no word on that coming any time soon. Those set of tasks begin on Sept. 5 and the quest line comes to an end with a special event at the end of the season. Unfortunately, Hoopa cannot be transferred to Pokemon Home for now. GET READY FOR HOOPA Hoopa’s arrival Sept. 5 will coincide with an Incense...
    The death toll in the Surfside condo collapse has risen to 97 These apps are trying to put car dealers out of business Pokémon Go Fest 2021 is not only the biggest event for the game every year, but it is also one of the most confusing. There are so many moving parts that might only be active for a limited time before being replaced by something else.  © Provided by Dot Esports This year the event will run on July 17 and 18 from 10am to 6pm local time, with new bonuses and encounters, like Meloetta and other Pokémon wearing Meloetta-inspired hats.  Each day for Go Fest 2021 will focus on something specific. Day one will focus on hourly habitats, special costumed Pokémon, and the Global Arena Challenges, while day two is going to be a special raid day, featuring every Legendary Pokémon that has ever been available in Pokémon Go.  Because of this divide, the event spawns, raids, and other bonuses are going to work a bit differently from the typical Pokémon Go event. So if you...
    Niantic dropped two major pieces of news for one of the biggest parts of “Pokemon Go” — raids. Coming this summer, players will see a revamp of the system that will introduce Trainer Achievements, visual upgrades and other quality-of-life improvements. Along with that, the company revealed what Legendary Pokemon are coming to the raid portion of Pokemon Go Fest 2021. The event will feature four themed hours that rotate throughout the day and will give players a chance to grab shiny Pokemon that have been missing from their collection. A NEW LOOK AT THE GYM The most interesting news is a reimagining of the raid system. Niantic is spicing up the process by introducing post-battle rewards that are handed out after each victory. It sounds like an “Overwatch”-style approach to raids that highlights player contributions. Players will earn achievements for the following: Delivering the final attack Dealing the most damage overall Keeping a single Pokemon in a battle for the longest among all participants Using the tallest Pokemon among all participants Joining the raid from the...
    Covid-19 broke the CDC. Can Rochelle Walensky fix it? Is Keir Starmers time as Labour leader about to come to an early end? The Pokémon Company Is celebrating the launch of a new travel initiative in Japan called Pokémon Air Adventures, which will feature Pokémon-themed jets. © Provided by Dot Esports With this initiative, Niantic is also going to push some related rewards live in Pokémon Go to help promote players going and creating “wonderful travel memories.” Starting on July 22, players in Okinawa, Japan will be able to encounter a special Pikachu wearing an Okinawan kariyushi shirt. It will be available for around a year, according to Niantic’s blog post.  The developers are looking at potentially adding more costumed Pokémon that will be exclusive to certain regions. These will be used to promote travel in other areas of the world, though no further details are available at the moment.  Niantic is also making Shiny Corsola available in-game for the first time, though it will be a separate regional exclusive. The exact locations players can encounter Shiny Corsola...
    “Pokemon Go’s” June events have crystalized as Niantic has released details about the solstice celebration and the Bidoof Breakout event. Yeah, I wasn’t expecting the Plump Mouse Pokemon to get its own seven-day extravaganza but here we are. The more interesting bash is the solstice event happening from 10 a.m. June 17 to 8 p.m. June 20. During that time, Regigigas will make its way to five-star raids for the first time. Previously, it was an EX Raid and part of a ticketed event. Now, it’s widely available to all and it will have its shiny version available. With the variant, blue replaces the gold for a distinctive look. This should make fans happy, but unfortunately, Regigigas isn’t that useful in “Pokemon Go.” Despite its good stats, it doesn’t have a great fast move. Perhaps that can change but fans will have to wait. In the mean time, the solstice event will have other elements going for it. If you’re looking for a shiny Lunatone, Solrock, Spheal or Snorlax, this is the best event to do it. I’d go hard...
    Summer is prime time for “Pokemon Go.” The sun is out longer. Players have more free time on their hands. It also happens to be when the game’s fifth anniversary is held (It launched July 6, 2016.) and when its flagship event, Pokemon Go Fest, drops. That’s what makes the Season of Discovery so exciting. Players should expect some major announcements and celebrations in the next three months. Niantic is already off to a good start with the raids, wild Pokemon and egg changes. The most obvious adjustment is in the amount of spawns during nonevent days. Niantic increased the diversity and tied them more to the environment. In cities, players will encounter Alolan Rattata, Magnemite and Porygon while forests will have more spawns such as Bellsprout, Skorupi and Doduo. Mountainous areas will see a Rhyhorn, Nosepass and Dwebble while Magikarp, Marill and Wailmer appear near water. All these Pokemon can be shiny. DIVERSITY OF POCKET MONSTERS What’s more notable though is that Niantic appears to have increased other types of spawns. They included hemisphere-exclusive Pokemon such as Alolan Diglett...
    High school senior denied diploma after wearing Mexican flag over gown U.S. put gag order on Times executives amid fight over email logs Pokémon Go’s June content lineup is coming along slowly, with the A Very Slow Discovery event being themed around slow and some Poison-type Pokémon. © Provided by Dot Esports From June 8 to 13, Galarian Slowpoke, Mega Slowbro, and Galarian Slowbro will be making their Pokémon Go debut.  You can catch Galarian Slowpoke and evolve it into Galarian Slowbro by catching 30 Poison-type Pokémon, with Mega Slowbro becoming the new focus of the Mega Raid rotation. Exclusive Field Research will be running during the event to give players more Slowbro Mega Energy, too.  And while the Slowpoke are going to be the focal point, other rare Pokémon that like to take their time will also be appearing at an increased rate. If you plan on making the most out of the A Very Slow Discovery event, here are all of the increased spawns, encounters, event raids, and more added during the event.  Spawn increases General spawns ...
    The last “Pokemon Go” celebration of May is an unusual one because it’s narrowed to a specific group of players. The Pokemon Go Special Weekend is an event available in the United States, Mexico and Japan with sponsored tie ins. Trainers have to get access to code from Verizon in the U.S., 7-Eleven Mexico or Yoshinoya in Japan to participate. Verizon players have go through the company’s app or through the website and redeem the code there. Afterward, they plug it into the Niantic Redemptions website found here. Doing so will unlock the event scheduled from midnight May 29 to 11:59 p.m. May 30. For U.S. players who don’t have Verizon, they can ask a friend or family member who has the service to nab them a code. I know an acquaintance who has T-Mobile but asked a sibling who has Verizon to get code. The family member didn’t play “Pokemon Go” and didn’t mind. The T-Mobile subscriber inputted the code on the Niantic site and they received a medal indicating it worked. The same process worked for the...
    Pokemon Go Fest 2021 is returning July 17 and 18 with the same global format, but the event will play a different tune this year as Niantic has absorbed lessons from last year and adapted the bash for a world slowly emerging from coronavirus pandemic. The annual celebration has a musical theme as players take on the role of a show director for a festival and it’s their job to put together a Pokemon band. That’s the grand narrative of the event that takes place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Interestingly enough, that’s much shorter than the 10-hour marathons of last year. “Two days was a bit too much with that extended time frame,” said Tiane Bella, marketing manager for Niantic. “Eight hours per day feels closer to a traditional Go Fest.” One of the biggest bits of news is that Pokemon Go Fest will cost $5 this year. That special price marks the fifth anniversary of the mobile game, which also coincides with the 25th anniversary of the franchise. That makes Go Fest one of...
    The Biden administration says vaccine equity is a reality. One expert laughed. White House struggle to define its vaccine diplomacy leaves Ukraine hanging Pokémon Go is moving from taking pictures to showcasing legends, with the Luminous Legends X event bringing in new Dragon and Fairy-type Pokémon originally discovered in the Kalos region. © Provided by Dot Esports Running from May 4 to 17, players will encounter Spritzee, Swirlix, and Goomy for the first time, while the legendary Fairy-type Xerneas will be appearing in five-star raids.  More Dragon and Fairy-type Pokémon will also be popping up in the wild, Eggs, and Raids. The Fairy-type catches will also count toward the Fairy-type Catch Challenge, which is running until May 9.  There will be event-exclusive Field Research and Timed Research too, so if you plan on getting everything done, here are all of the increased spawns, encounters, event raids, and more added during the event.  Spawn increases General spawns Dratini (Shiny available) Dragonair  Snubbull (Shiny available) Ralts (Shiny available) Bagon (Shiny available) Cottonee  Spritzee Swirlix  Goomy Event Egg Pool (7km)...
    3 killed, 27 hospitalized after boat capsizes off San Diego US accuses China of acting more aggressively Xerneas is making its debut to Pokémon Go during the Luminous Legends X event. The event will be starting on May 4 at 10 AM in your local time zone, and it continues until May 17. During this two week period, the legendary Pokémon, Xerneas, will be available in five-star raids. You’ll be able to battle it with your friends, and you’ll need to work with them to prepare to take this mighty Pokémon down and capture it. You’ll have increased chances to raid against it each Wednesday, on May 5 and the 12, during the raid hours. Unfortunately, don’t expect any surprises after beating this Pokémon, especially for players eager to claim a shiny Xerneas. © Provided by GamePur A shiny Xerneas will not be available after you beat it in five-star raids. No matter how many raids you choose to participate in, and win, a shiny version for this Pokémon is not set to appear. The assets for the shiny...
    The Season of Legends is going out with a bang as May holds some of the best events of the past three months. After the “New Pokemon Snap” Celebration bleeds into the first two days of May, players will discover a several new Pokemon including two important legendaries as well as a powerful pseudo-legendary dragon. The two major events are themed around Xerneas and Yveltal, the two flagship pocket monsters for “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y.” The two headline the month with the Luminous Legends X event running from 10 a.m. May 4 to 8 a.m. May 17 and the Luminous Legends Y celebration running from May 18 to May 31. Niantic revealed more about the former rather than the latter. All that’s known about the Y version of the event is that Yvetal, the Destruction Pokemon, will appear in five-star raids. Because of its dark- and flying-typing, players can expect more Dark-type creatures appearing in the wild. The more sought-after Pokemon from this event is Pancham, which is essentially the game’s version of a panda. It will hatch...
    Niantic is wrapping up April with a series of events in the last week. That kicks off this Saturday with Friendship Day, a new event that rewards players who have nurtured partnerships through the game over the past months or even years. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 24, players will notice a triple catch XP bonus and three-hour lures. Because friendships cross borders, the other perks for the event have apparently already started. The trade distance has been increased to 40km. If you have friends that live in the next city over, it’s the perfect time to use that Lucky Trade or get rid of rare Pokemon that have been taking up storage space. The best part of Friendship Day is that there’s a higher chance of receiving a Lucky Pokemon in a trade. These are Pokemon that take less stardust to power up and they also have higher stats than a normal trade. That bonus will last until 5 p.m. Along with those perks, players will also see more grass-type Pokemon in the wild during that...
    Pause on Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine in US lifted by FDA, use to resume Caitlyn Jenner announces bid for California governor Because Friendship Day is such a short event, Niantic have packed it with tons of bonuses and encounters that will keep Pokémon Go players busy as they rack up tons of XP.  © Provided by Dot Esports The event, which will run from 11am to 2pm local time on April 24 will focus on Grass-type Pokémon and event bonuses. There are no event-related Egg hatches or Raid bosses, only an increase in specific wild spawns.  Along with the focus on wild encounters and bonuses, there is not going to be any event-exclusive or Timed Research. Instead, there is a Collection Challenge that will award players with 175,000 XP if they manage to complete it before the event ends.  Related: How to complete the Pokémon Go Friendship Day Collection Challenge If you plan on getting everything done, here are all of the increased spawns, encounters, and event bonuses you can expect to see during Friendship Day.  Spawn increases...
    Tulsa race massacre and OKC bombing products of the same kind of hatred: AG Garland Key takeaways from the Derek Chauvin murder trial, Day 15 A Pokémon Go event to promote sustainable lifestyles is currently underway, giving players the ability to earn in-game bonuses by working on various sustainability-related goals in the real world. © Provided by Dot Esports Sustainability Week will run from April 20 to 25 in partnership with the Niantic Sustainability Campaign.  The main appeal of the event is the arrival of the Two-Handed Pokémon, Binacle, and trainers will have a chance to catch shiny Trubbish. Pokémon like Grimer, Drilbur, Ferroseed, and more will be appearing more often in the wild too.  Related: All Sustainability Week event-exclusive, Today’s View research tasks and rewards for Pokémon Go So if you plan on getting everything done, here are all of the increased spawns, encounters, event raids, and more you can look out for while digging through the trash.  Spawn increases General spawns Psyduck (Shiny available) Seel (Shiny available) Grimer (Shiny available) Sunkern (Shiny available) Phanpy  Seedot (Shiny...
    Niantic usually does something special around Earth Day, and with “Pokemon Go,” the company is doing it again with Sustainability Week. Running from 10 a.m. April 20 to 8 p.m. April 25., the celebration rewards players who take part in the Niantic Sustainability Campaign in the real world. The program works across all Niantic games and has tiered rewards. They are the following: Tier 1 (2,500 activations) — Five-star Raids will appear more often Tier 2 (5,000 activations) — A free bundle containing three Remote Raid passes will be in the shop. Tier 3 (10,000 activations) — A double catch XP bonus will go live. With that said, players have to go out and do something for the environment. That can either be picking up trash, planting a tree or some other green action. They have to record their efforts and post it on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram and use the hashtag #SustainableWithNiantic or tag @NianticLabs. Players should post the good deeds between 11 a.m. PDT April 20 and 4:59 p.m. PDT April 23. More detailed directions are available...
    Rivalries are one of the foundation of “Pokemon” lore. In the main series games, players have to deal with a rival that they occasionally battle through the campaign. Among pocket monsters, a few have natural antagonistic relationships. Hitmonlee clashes with Hitmonchan. Seviper gets into it with Zangoose. Rivalries are a way to measure growth and a motivation to become stronger. Niantic is celebrating that relationship with Rivals’ Week running from 10 a.m. April 13 to 8 p.m. April 18. The event will see the debut of two Kalos region Pokemon — Skrelp and Clauncher. They’re both ocean-faring creatures. Skrelp is a poison- and water-type pocket monster that looks partly like seaweed and partly like a seahorse while Clauncher is a water-type Pokemon that resembles a shrimp. Both creatures don’t seem to be overwhelmingly great but they do have interesting evolutions. Skrelp evolves into Dragalge, which has a notable dragon- and poison-typing that’s fairly rare. It has an interesting move set that includes Hydro Pump, Gunk Shot, Aqua Tail and Outrage. It could be an interesting pick for Great and Ultra...
    April is Arab American History Month, the State Department declares Chauvin absolutely violated policy, Minneapolis police chief says From stormy seasons to clear weather celebrations, Pokémon Go’s Spring into Spring event is bringing some new seasonal content to the table from April 4 to 8.  © Provided by Dot Esports During the event, players will be encountering spring-themed Pokémon like Marill, Buneary, and Bunnelby, and Mega Lopunny will be appearing in the game for the first time. There will be updated Raid and Egg Hatch pools, new Special Research, and a few other additions included during the event. Special Mega Lopunny inspired avatar items will be available in the shop too. So with all that in mind, here are all of the increased spawns, encounters, event raids, and more being added during Spring into Spring.  Spawn Increases General Spawns Pikachu (Flower Crown)(Shiny Available) Exeggcute (Shiny Available) Chansey (Flower Crown)(Shiny Available) Marill (Shiny Available) Plusle (Shiny Available) Minun (Shiny Available) Buneary (Shiny Available) Bunnelby (Shiny Available) Event Egg Pool (2km) Exeggcute (Shiny Available) Eevee (Flower Crown)(Shiny Available)...
    April Fools’ Day has a special place in “Pokemon Go” history. After all, the Google Maps joke where users could catch Pokemon via the website eventually spawned the idea for the game. Niantic has marked the day occasionally, and this year, it’s bringing back the Tricky Pokemon event. Running all day April 1, players will find mischief-themed pocket monsters such as Aipom, Croagunk and Purrloin out in the wild. Previous years saw creatures such as Sudowoodo — the rock-type Pokemon that looks like a tree — as part of the celebration. Players can expect Pokemon popping up when taking in-game pictures and Ditto will be appearing more frequently. This time around, it has added a new species to its repertoire. Players should be sure to check every Pokemon they come across because Ditto can also be shiny. If that weren’t enough tricks, Team Go Rocket is getting into the act. For some reason, they captured a ton of Aipom, and for the event, every grunt that players challenge will be Shadow Aipoms. Get those fighting-type Pokemon in your lineup...
    For Niantic, March came in like a lamb but is going like a lion as it announces the final big event for the month. Weather Week will run from 10 a.m. March 24 to 8 p.m. March 29 and coincide with the transition of Therian Forme Thundurus in legendary raids to Therian Forme Tornadus. The event will feature Pokemon that are normally plentiful during rainy or windy conditions (though there doesn’t appear to be an emphasis on Dragons). The five-day event will also be the debut of shiny Rainy Castform. It’s the second variation of the Pokemon to get a shiny form. The other one was Cloudy Castform. The celebration is split into two parts. From the start to 10 a.m. March 27, players will encounter pocket monster that normally appear in rainy conditions. They include Vaporeon (shiny should be available), Lotad (shiny available) and Stunfisk. Others will also be appearing in the wild. I expect a mix of water- and electric-type Pokemon. The second part runs from 10 a.m. March 27 to 8 p.m. March 29 and...
    As more details emerged about the Season of Legend events, a pattern is emerging. It revolves around the Forces of Nature. Landorus was the initial legendary announced and soon after the Searching for Legends event involved ground-, rock- and steel-type Pokemon. That plan will hold steady for the Charge Up event, running from 10 a.m. March 16 to 8 p.m. March 22. The event comes at the same time as the debut of the Therian forme of Thundurus, which technically will be the first new legendary Pokemon to come out in a few months. Themed around electric-type Pokemon, the event will “focus on catching, evolving and powering up” this category of pocket monsters. Here are the ones to keep an eye out for during the celebration. POKEMON IN THE WILD If you’re missing a few shiny Pokemon in your collection, the Charge Up event could be a godsend. It features several pocket monsters with hard-to-find shiny versions. They include the following: Alolan Geodude (shiny available) Voltorb (shiny available) Electrike (shiny available) Stunfisk Tynamo I would try hard for...
    Justice Department unseals charges against 2nd Oath Keeper seen with Roger Stone House passes labor rights expansion, but Senate chances are slim Pokémon Go is moving into a new season of content with its Season of Legends, and the second event has already been announced for later this month.  © Provided by Dot Esports Running from March 16 at 10am to March 22 8pm local time, the Charge Up event will see the introduction of the Legendary Pokémon Thundurus in its Therian Forme, along with an increased number of Electric-type Pokémon appearing in the game.  Mega Manectric and the Tynamo line are also making their first appearance during this event, so be ready to deal with a lot of powerful Electric-type attacks.  This will be the first of what looks to be three elemental events that will bring the Forces of Nature back to their Therian Formes for the first time in Pokémon Go. Tornadus will follow its electric sibling on March 30, but until then, here is everything you need to know about the Charge Up event, including...
    Michigan trooper charged with felony in arrest where dog was set on man nearly 4 minutes Millions Of Women Face Health Risk From Cuts to Modi’s Fuel Plan Beldum is the focus of the fourth Pokémon Go Incense Day, which is set to begin on March 14 and will include other Pokémon that share its Steel or Psychic-typings.  © Provided by Dot Esports Like previous Incense Day events, every hour from 11am to 5pm local time will see Incense attracting a wide variety of different Pokémon—swapping between Steel and Psychic-types three times. This means that you will be able to capture Beldum throughout the event using Incense, but the remaining spawns will vary depending on the hour.  So with that in mind, here are all of the increased spawns, the full schedule, and all other bonuses that will be live during the Beldum Incense Day.  Spawn Increases Psychic Hours Natu (Shiny Available) Girafarig (Shiny Available) Meditite (Shiny Available) Baltoy (Shiny Available) Beldum (Shiny Available) Munna Steel Hours Alolan Diglett (Shiny Available) Magnemite (Shiny Available) Aron (Shiny...
    The first celebration of the Seasons of Legends features a lot of earth-bound Pokemon. Themed around ground-, rock- and steel-type Pokemon, the Searching for Legends event stars Nosepass, the Compass Pokemon. It’s supposed to point trainers in the right direction in their hunt for legends. That’s a bit of stretch but the rock-type Pokemon will make its shiny debut for the celebration that runs from 10 a.m. March 9 to 8 a.m. March 14. It looks gorgeous with gold hue. What’s even better is that its evolution Probopass is a surprisingly strong pick for the Great League. The addition of XL candy could make it a stronger force in Ultra League as well, but its bread and butter is the Great League where tis Rock- and Steel-typing makes it effective against fliers and tanky competitors such as Bastidon. WILD POKEMON Diglett (shiny available) Geodude (shiny available) Magnemite (shiny available) Aron (shiny available) Baltoy (shiny available) Roggenrola (shiny available) Nosepass (shiny available) Drilbur and more Most of these wild Pokemon are good or have nice-looking shinies. For PvP players, I would...
    Sheriff gets warrant for black box from Tiger Woods car NY lawmakers to strip Cuomo of emergency COVID-19 powers Pokémon Go is moving into a new season of content, and the first event of March is going to provide players a compass to search for legends.  © Provided by Dot Esports The Searching for Legends event will run from March 9 to 14 and feature an increased number of Ground, Rock, and Steel-type Pokémon, including the Compass Pokémon, Nosepass. There isn’t much directly linking the event into the overarching Season of Legends, but you can encounter several rare and Shiny Pokémon, along with all of the existing content running alongside it. That includes encountering Incarnate Forme Tornadus and Thundurus when they rotate through five-star Raids during the same timeframe.  With that in mind, here is everything you need to know about the Searching for Legends event, including spawns, encounters, and event raids.  Spawn Increases Diglett (Shiny Available) Geodude (Shiny Available) Magnemite (Shiny Available) Nosepass (Shiny Available) Aron (Shiny Available) Baltoy (Shiny Available) Roggenrola (Shiny Available) Drilbur Incense...
    As the Season of Celebration winds down in “Pokemon Go,” a new one is right on the horizon. Starting at 8 a.m. March 1 and running to 10 a.m. June 1, the Season of Legends puts the focus on all things legendary. The news will be incredibly important to collectors as Niantic announced that Therian Forme Tornadus, Therian Forme Thundurus and Therian Forme Landorus will make their debuts. AN EYE ON THE NEW LEGENDARIES These are more powerful versions of their incarnate forms with remixed stats that often makes them better the older ones. For those who gotta catch ’em all, these will be must-haves. For PvP and raid fans, these Pokemon could be more useful than other ones. It will be interesting to see the exact stat distribution and move lists for the Therian formes. According to GamePress, Therian forme Tornadus’ sacrifices attack for better defense while Landorus adds more attack while slightly reducing its defense in Therian forme. Plus, Landorus looks the coolest out of the Forces of Nature. Thundurus has the same approach as Landorus boosting its...
    The Lunar New Year is one of the best events on the “Pokemon Go” calendar, mostly because of the spawn variety and the bonuses handed out during the celebration. That’s no different in 2021 as Niantic marks the Year of the Ox from 10 a.m. Feb. 9 to 1 p.m. Feb. 14. The bash features red Pokemon, lucky bonuses and the debut of Mega Gyarados. The last one comes at surprise because the Atrocious Pokemon doesn’t have correlation a subdued either. Gyarados red is the type of red that’s loud like a fire alarm going off. That red Gyarados will be a sough-after prize in the wild and it will hopefully be a prize for lucky trainers who participate in the Mega Raids, which include Gyarados as well as Mega Pidgeot and Mega Ampharos. Is Mega Gyarados worthwhile? According to data miners, its Mega-Evolved stats make it less of damage dealer compared to Mega Blastoise, but Gyardos’ bigger bulk would make it more useful in raids. It could last longer, giving other players the boost needed when they’re short...
    The Pokemon Company is full of surprises and the latest one drops next week as “Pokemon Go” is celebrating the release of the newest movie in the franchise by offering up shiny Celebi. Yes, you read that right. Niantic is offering up a rare mythical shiny pocket monster as part of the movie’s release. Starting at 8 a.m. Dec. 14, players will have a chance at the pink version of the Time Travel Pokemon by completing a limited-time Special Research. Interestingly enough, Team Rocket villains Jessie and James will take players through the quest line instead of the usual Professor Willow. It also appears it will be a guaranteed shiny judging by the source material. (See the trailer below.)   Along with the shiny Celebi, players will have a chance to catch another version of Pikachu. This one is Explorer Pikachu and it can also be shiny. The Pokemon will also be featured in the Dec. 15 Spotlight Hour, which also has the bonus of double catch candy. In addition, Jessie and James will photobomb players but it’s uncertain...
    It’s taken almost a year but Niantic has finally integrated “Pokemon Go” into the Pokemon Home app. For hard-core players of the main series of games, this is a huge development. Players can now transfer the pocket monsters they catch on the mobile platform to titles such as “Pokemon Sword” and “Pokemon Shield.” Doing this is more cumbersome than normal. Players won’t find an interface on the to-level menus Instead, they’ll have to go into their Settings and scroll down to the last panel that has options to connect to the Poke Ball Plus and Nintendo Switch. Beneath all that is, the Pokemon Home option. Before sending Pokemon on their one-way journey, players have to make sure they’re connecting the right “Pokemon Go” account to the right Pokemon Home one. They cannot send any favorite pocket monster so make sure that’s clicked off. After that, players can send their Pikachu or Mewtwo to the cloud service. The option to transfer “Pokemon Go” creatures to Pokemon Home is buried in the Settings menu. (Gieson Cacho/Bay Area News Group)  The move generates...
    Niantic sent over the schedule for Day 1 of Pokemon Go Fest 2020, and it’s going to be packed. The event will give players plenty of opportunities to catch sought-after shinies with the rotating habitats, but what’s more important is the traditional Ultra Unlock bonuses that’s tied to the event. That means even if you aren’t participating, you will benefit from what happens at Pokemon Go Fest 2020. On the other hand, that also puts a lot of pressure on the attendees. Here is what’s going on for day for those meticulous planners. SCHEDULE The rotating habitats will run as follows. All events are scheduled for Eastern time and moves over to Pacific Time. It’s a little complicated but pay attention. The schedule applies to your time zone. 10 a.m. EDT — Battle (The event begins for East Coast players.) 11 a.m. EDT — Friendship 12 p.m. EDT — Fire 1 p.m. EDT/ 10 a.m. PDT — Water (The event begins for West Coast players.) 2 p.m. EDT/ 11 a.m. PDT — Grass 3 p.m. EDT/...
    Niantic The Solstice 2020 event is now live in Pokemon GO, and that means Shiny Clefairy can now be encountered in the wild and more. Here’s what SHiny Clefairy looks like in Pokemon GO: Shiny Clefairy Live from TheSilphRoad The most notable difference between normal Clefairy and shiny Clefairy is that the tips of shiny Clefairy’s ears are green instead of brown. Shiny Clefairy was previously only available by evolving a Shiny Cleffa, according to Niantic. During the Solstice event, you have a great opportunity to obtain your own Shiny Clefairy. Pokemon associated with the sun and moon, such as Clefairy, Sunkern and more, will spawn more frequently in the overworld and in 5 km Eggs. In addition to that, all players will get twice the Stardust for catching Pokemon during the event. You also have a chance of getting a shiny Clefairy by completing the event-exclusive Research Task of giving your Buddy Pokemon a treat. See the full list of Solstice 2020 Research Tasks here. According to The Silph Road, you have a...
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