After the success of the Earth Day activities in Pokémon Go, Niantic has extended the rewards for players to receive extra stardust. Until April 30, players will see an influx of Water, Grass and Ground-type of Pokémon and receive three times the amount of stardust for catching those types.
There are also reports of some rare Pokémon that players will want to keep an eye out for. Here’s everything you need to know about the Earth Day event in Pokémon Go.
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When players open up Pokémon Go during the Earth Day event, they should notice increased spawns of Water, Grass and Ground-type Pokémon, as well as increased stardust for catching these types of Pokémon.
Some of these increased spawns include the most rare Pokémon in the game. According to players on reddit, Baltoy, Larvitar, Feebas have begun appearing more frequently. Users have also reported seeing more Wailmer, Sandshrew, Remoraid and Magikarp.
If you’re looking to obtain the 400 candy to evolve Wailmer and/or Magikarp, this is the time to do it, as they’ll begin appearing all over. Judging from past events, the Earth Day event in Pokémon Go will end on April 30 around 4 p.m.
Along with the increased spawns of Water, Grass and Ground-type Pokémon, redditors claim Shiny Wailmer now appear in Pokémon Go. Like other Shinies in Pokémon Go, players will need to interact with the Pokémon in the overworld to see if it’s a Shiny or not. Luckily, Shiny Wailmer changes from a blue to a bright pink so players will know immediately when they’ve encountered one.
Shiny Wailmer, and its evolution Wailord, join a lengthy list of other Shinies found in Pokémon Go, which includes: Pichu, Pikachu, Raichu, Shuppet, Banette, Duskull, Dusclops, Snorunt, Glalie, Dratini, Dragonair, Dragonite, Aron, Lairon, Aggron, Poochyena, Mightyena, Magikarp, Gyarados, Sableye, Luvdisc, Swablu, Altaria, Mawile, Absol, Lugia, Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Venusaur, Mareep, Flaaffy, Ampharos, Magby, Magmar, Wynaur, Wobbuffet, Togepi, Togetic and Mew.
Have you found a Shiny Wailmer yet? Which Pokémon do you hope to catch during the Earth Day event? Let us know in the comments section below.
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