Pokémon GO: This is what Community Day in March offers

Pokémon GO: This is what Community Day in March offers

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Although February is still in full swing, the development studio Niantic is already making big plans for the next month. The team has meanwhile announced the first details of the big Community Day in March 2021, which of course we don't want to withhold from you. So you can prepare yourself a little for the upcoming campaigns.

Accordingly, the mentioned Community Day will take place on March 6th of this year. The starting gun will be fired as usual at 11:00 a.m. German time, the event will run for six hours according to current planning - so it will end at 5:00 p.m. The focus is on the Pokémon called Dartiri, which you will encounter much more often in the wild than is normally the case. If you're a little lucky, you can even find one of the rarer shiny variants of this pocket monster. You should also take a snapshot or two during the event, because according to Niantic you can expect a surprise. For 1,280 Pokécoins you can also buy a special box for Community Day that contains 50 hyperballs, 5 lucky eggs, a Knursp and a Top-Sofort-TM. In addition, the following bonuses await you during the event:

Triple Catch EP Smoke stops for three hours during the event. Worth reading: Numerous tips for Pokémon GO at PC Games

Incidentally, is appropriate for the event an exclusive special research is available for purchase, which is specially created for Community Day and is called "A dive ahead". According to current plans, it will cost one dollar or one euro.

Source: Niantic

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‘Pokemon GO’ Kanto Tour: What’s The Difference Between Red And Green Tickets?

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I can only imagine what it would have been like to be a game developer when the original Pokemon Red and Green came out (Red and Blue in the West, which is why you may be confused). Here you were, making games and selling them, when all of a sudden Game Freak decides to sell a game twice and for some reason people are all about it. It was a way of getting people to use the Game Boy Link Cable, because they’d have to trade with a friend(or themselves) to, as they say, catch ‘em all. And it’s become a hallowed part of the series to this day, carrying on to this Pokemon GO Kanto Tour Event, where you’ll have a choice between Red and Green when you buy your ticket.

The rationale for having the two versions here is basically the same as it was way back when. There are certain creatures that are exclusive to one of the two versions, and if you want to complete the associated collection challenges, you’ll need to trade with a friend. The exclusive Pokemon are attracted to incense, and each version also has a boosted shiny rate for certain Pokemon.

Here are the exclusive creatures for each version

Red:

  • Exclusive Pokemon: Ekans, Oddish, Mankey, Growlithe, Scyther, and Electabuzz .
  • Boosted Shiny Rate: Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Pidgey, Ekans, Pikachu, Nidoran ♀, Oddish, Diglett, Mankey, Growlithe, Ponyta, Shellder, Drowzee, Krabby, Hitmonlee, Lickitung, Scyther, Electabuzz, Eevee, Kabuto, and Dratini.
  • Green:

  • Exclusive Pokemon: Sandshrew, Vulpix, Meowth, Bellsprout, Magmar, and Pinsir.
  • Boosted Shiny Rate: Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Pidgey, Pikachu, Sandshrew, Nidoran ♂, Vulpix, Meowth, Psyduck, Bellsprout, Geodude, Exeggcute, Hitmonchan, Koffing, Tangela, Horsea, Magmar, Pinsir, Eevee, Omanyte, and Dratini.
  • That’s the difference right there. So the first thing you can do is take a look at that list and choose which one you want to buy based on which of those Pokemon you like more. But even more than that, you should try to reach out to a friend, or investigate social media postings, to see what other people are doing. Try to make sure you’ve got a line in on someone to trade with that will complete your set, and note that the trading distance will be increased to 40km for a little more flexibility. If you’re in a city, that should probably cover most of any given city. If you’re not, Pokemon GO has always been a bit of a struggle for you.

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