One of the most common events is the Community timings. Upcoming Community Timings in 2018: In 2018, Niantic has already hosted several community timings in the early months of this year. Not only that, but you could evolve each one and learn their Community Day-exclusive moves for the duration too - perfect if you missed out on a weekend across the year. As always, there was indeed a shiny Charmander available, too. All of the featured moves from each Community Day will also be available, so your evolved Pokémon can get them! Beldum's main value comes from its third-stage evolution, Metagross, which could arguably be considerded one of the game's thanks to its decent defensive typing and strong all-round stats.
But first, a quick community day primer for the newcomers… How does the Pokemon Go Community Day event work? The exclusive moves so far seem to have been deliberately off-meta - more collectors items than actually optimal attacks - but there's always the chance that Charizard's remember, you only get the move when evolving Charmeleon into Charizard during the hours of the event will come in handy. Each and every user will receive these rewards when they come out on the community day and try to catch Pokémon with the rest of the Pokémon Go community. Unlike other real-world events for Pokemon Go, Community Days aren't hosted at a specific location, but rather during a designated window of time, meaning you'll be able to participate in the event from any local park or other gathering place. With the exception of , Niantic designates one featured Pokemon for each Community Day, meaning that particular monster will appear much more frequently in the wild than it normally does for the duration of the event. You can read more about all of the previous Community Day moves and how to get them in the guides below. In this article, we are going to talk about Pokemon Go and the different community timings involved with it.
The plucky Water-type Pokemon will spawn in mass quantities for a three hour window during the mini-event, with players also benefiting from eggs that hatch at one fourth of their usual distance requirements during the event. The latest Community Day is upon us! A lot of the brand's recent success can be attributed to the popularity of the , which continues to remain relevant thanks to the constant support from the game's developer, Niantic. These events are time-limited to encourage trainers to head out on the same day and at the same day on a Pokemon hunting mission. For three hours during the community day, the Water-type Pokemon will appear much more often for all players. Niantic hosts the community day once a month, and they announce the dates beforehand.
However, the bonuses themselves will be consistent across regions. In brief then, this one was be a case of adding a neat Shiny presumably to your collection, or completing the 'dex if you've found Chikorita hard to find! The event takes place on January 19, next Saturday, and will give fans a chance to encounter a Shiny Feebas. Keep your eyes peeled then! Niantic kicked off the first-ever Community Day this past January, and since then, the developer has hosted a new one every month in 2018. These groups are managed independently by players and are not sponsored by Niantic, but offer great opportunities to meet Trainers in your area. Timings for the Community Day: Different geographical location and time zones have different community timings. Cyndaquil's main value, like so many other featured Community Day Pokémon, comes from its third-stage evolution, Typhlosion, which whilst not quite breaking into the game's tier lists, still remains a fairly decent Fire-type attacker. The heightened player activity might make it easier to take on Raids and Gyms, so keep that in mind during the three hour period, as well as making savvy use of the resource multiplier in effect with things like Lucky Eggs and Stardust, too.
Moreover, this weekend's event will give you another opportunity to learn all of the special moves that were available during previous Community Days. Explore your local parks with family and friends to catch Pikachu that know the exclusive event move Surf. The 3-hour window is just for the bonus rewards. Pokemon Go is holding its first Community Day event today or tomorrow if you live in Asia and Australia , with Totodile as its featured Pokemon. It's all part of Pokémon Go's ongoing efforts to encourage players to get out, discover new places, and meet new people. Occasionally the addition of a special Community Day move can up a Pokémon's usefulness in battle too, which is worth bearing in mind, but at the same time they can also be more of a collector's item than a meta-changer, so it's a case of wait-and-see. For the final Community Day of the year, however, the developer is doing something a little different.
When caught during the event, this special Pokémon will know an exclusive move. If that is true, then it's a case of catching and evolving as many Eevees as possible until you get the full set. Moreover, if you manage to evolve Totodile into its final form, Feraligatr, up to one hour after the Community Day ends, the Pokemon will know a special event-exclusive move that it can't otherwise learn in the mobile game. Additionally, any Lure modules you use will remain activate for three hours, rather than their standard 30 minutes. It's a highly useful one in mainline games, having second-tier move priority meaning it always goes first, regardless of Speed stat, even if another Pokémon uses a priority move like Quick Attack so it'll be interesting to see how it's implemented in Pokémon Go if we're right.
Players would want to book these two dates and keep in mind something special will be delivered by the Pokemon Go developers on these two dates. There are many Pokemon to choose from, making it making it impossible to second-guess which one will be on offer this month. When coupled with the increased Incubator effectiveness, you'll potentially be able to earn a ton of Stardust and Candy during this month's Community Day. Players should also be aware that the overall increase to the number of Totodiles will raise the chance of seeing a shiny version of the Pokemon. D ownload the free app. But users will be able to catch it near their community centers on June 16th, as confirmed by the Pokemon Go team. So if you're looking for another water-type to round out your raid squad, this could be a great opportunity.
Lures will last for three hours then. And these two types alternate with every month that passes. It'll also offered 3x Stardust on any Pokémon you caught in the wild, 3-hour lures, Shiny Dratini family, and the ability to evolve a Dragonite with Draco Meteor. Venusaur, meanwhile, is a strong grass-type creature, and though grass isn't particularly popular in the game's meta, it certain has its uses when it comes to toppling Gyms and in Raids. That is why we are going to detail the items you are most likely to need and why they will help you out. Additional writing by Matthew Reynolds.