While one of the best parts of Pokémon Go is making friends with other Trainers, not everyone is comfortable approaching strangers to join in Raids which often need several players to beat. This is even harder when trying to organize Remote Raids. Although there are groups on Facebook and Discord where players can find members to fill in their Raid party, PokeRaid – Raid From Home is an app with the sole purpose of making it easy to find players for Remote Raids. And be sure to check out our best Pokémon Go accessories, so you’ve got plenty of Potions and Revives for afterwards!

What is PokeRaid – Raid From Home?

PokeRaid – Raid From Home is an app that exists for a single purpose: to make it easier to connect with other Pokémon Go players for Remote Raids. While this app is an unofficial app, it doesn’t require you to sign in with your Pokémon Go login information, nor do you grant the app access to your Pokémon Go account, so it doesn’t violate Niantic’s terms of service. Using screenshots and basic Trainer information, setting up an account is quick and painless. While setting up and joining Raids is a little more complicated, there are tutorials linked directly in the app, but we’ve also got step by step instructions on using each feature of PokeRaid – Raid From Home.

How do you join a Raid with PokeRaid – Raid From Home?

Joining a Raid with PokeRaid – Raid From Home is fairly straightforward, although for more in demand Raids it can move very fast. Be patient though and you will be joining Raids in no time!

  1. Open the Pokémon Go app on your phone.
  2. Make sure you have at least one Remote Raid Pass. These can be purchased in the PokéShop if you are out. Hint: if you plan to do lots of Remote Raiding, buy your Remote Raid Passes in bundles of three to save 50 PokéCoins!

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  3. Open the PokeRaid – Raid From Home app.

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  4. Tap on the filter icon in the top right corner of the screen.

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  5. Tap on Pokémon.

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  6. Type the name of the Pokémon Raid you want to battle.

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  7. Tap Filter.

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  8. Tap on an open room with space. Hint: if you cannot find an open room with space, refresh or consider using Auto Join.

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  9. Tap Join This Room.

  10. Tap on Launch Pokémon Go to automatically copy the host’s Friend Code and open Pokémon Go.

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  11. Tap on the avatar icon in the bottom left corner of the screen.

  12. Tap Add Friend.

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  13. Paste the Friend Code.

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  14. Tap Send.

  15. Tap Send again.

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  16. Tap Okay.

  17. Return to PokeRaid – Raid From Home.
  18. Tap I sent Host Friendship Request to automatically tell the host you’ve added them. Hint: Many players will also alert the chatroom with ANR – Added and Ready.

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  19. Return to Pokémon Go to wait for your Raid invite.

  20. Tap the Sightings Bar when it turns orange.

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  21. Tap the Raid Invitation.

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  22. Tap Battle to join the Raid.

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  23. After completing your Raid, return to PokeRaid – Raid From Home.

  24. Tap Thank the Room And Mark As Completed. Hint: Some players will also personally thank the room with their own message, but keep in mind, these players can be from anywhere in the world and may not speak the same language.

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  25. Rate the Host with Five Stars. Hint: if you weren’t able to join, click the link, but if the Host did their part, giving them Five Stars earns them coins.

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  26. Rinse and repeat!

How does Auto Join work in PokeRaid – Raid From Home?

Sometimes, specific Raids are in very high demand. It could be that Mewtwo is back in Raids, so everyone and their mother wants in. Or you might have a Collection Challenge that require a Pokémon only available in Raids. Either way, if you keep trying to join Raids only for the room to be full, PokeRaid – Raid From Home has Auto Join. Auto Join is a sort of virtual line, where you can sign up for the Raid you want to fight and be put into the next available room. This might be in a few minutes or when there’s especially high demand, quite a bit longer. But either way, you will eventually get placed.

Now, there is one catch. To sign up for Auto Join, you need to pay 50 coins. Before you worry, it’s not your precious PokéCoins, but rather coins built into PokeRaid. There are ways to earn plenty of coins for free or you can purchase them in app for real money. Personally, I’ve been able to earn all the coins I need through Daily Rewards or good ratings, but your mileage may vary!

How do you host a Raid with PokeRaid – Raid From Home?

If you happen to find a Raid but don’t have enough people to take it (or want to earn coins in PokeRaid,) you can also host a Raid for others to join in by following these easy steps:

  1. Take a screenshot of the Raid you want to host.

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  2. Open PokeRaid – Raid From Home.

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  3. Tap Create a Raid Room.

  4. Tap Select Raid Screenshot.

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  5. Tap on the Screenshot.

  6. Tap Done
  7. Tap Create. Hint: You can also adjust settings to indicate how many players you can invite and if the Raid is Weather Boosted.
  8. Once you have your Raid party ready, return to Pokémon Go.

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  9. Tap on the Avatar Icon in the bottom left corner of the screen.

  10. Tap on the Friend Requests.

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  11. Tap Accept on the requests.

  12. Return to PokeRaid – Raid From Home to let the Raid Party know you are starting the Raid.
  13. Return to Pokémon Go.
  14. Invite the Raid Party. Hint: If you sort by Friendship level, your brand new Friends will be at the very top of the list.

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  15. After completing the Raid, return to PokeRaid – Raid From Home.

  16. Thank your Raid Party.

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  17. Tap the Menu Icon in the top right corner.

  18. Tap Close Raid Room.

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  19. When prompted, leave each member of your Raid Party Five Stars.

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  20. Rinse and repeat!

Make friends in PokeRaid – Raid From Home

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While most people using PokeRaid – Raid From Home will only complete a Raid together before removing each other from their Friends’ List, there is even an option built into the app to add new Friends specifically for sending gifts and earning XP. Much like participating in Raids, if you tap on the icon next to a user, it will copy their friend code which you can add the same way you normally would. You can even tap on their name in the app to send a message for coordinating Trades and using Lucky Eggs to maximize your XP.

Questions about PokeRaid – Raid From Home?

Do you have any questions about how to use PokeRaid – Raid From Home? Are you excited to have a better way that group chats to organize Remote Raids? Let us know in the comments below, and be sure to use PokeRaid for the next big Pokémon Go Event, like the Pokémon Go Tour: Kanto event or the following week of Mewtwo Raids!

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Shiny Ditto Special Research Tasks and Rewards

Trainers can complete the Kanto Tour Special Research in order to encounter a shiny Ditto and unlock the Masterwork Research. This special research questline is only available to ticket holders. Some rewards are based on the ticket version you selected.

You don’t need to complete this Special Research during the Kanto Tour event. Players with tickets will still be able to access the Special Research after it is over as long as they sign in and take an in-game action during the time period (Saturday, February 20, 2021, from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. local time) to collect the Special Research.

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Tasks and Rewards

Pokémon GO Tour: Kanto (1/8)

  • Claim Reward! – 10 PokéBall
  • Claim Reward! – 3 Razz Berry
  • Claim Reward! – 3 Potion
  • Rewards: 150 XP, Charmander / Bulbasaur encounter, 3 Incense

Pokémon GO Tour: Kanto (2/8)

  • Use an Incense – 50 PokéBall
  • Catch 30 Pokémon – Tangela encounter
  • Take a snapshot of Charmander / Bulbasaur – 1 Poffin
  • Rewards: 25 Charmander / Bulbasaur Candy, Chansey encounter, 50 PokéBall

Pokémon GO Tour: Kanto (3/8)

  • Earn 3 hearts with your Buddy – 300 Stardust
  • Catch 30 Pokémon – 500 XP
  • Evolve a Charmander / Bulbasaur – 25 Charmander / Bulbasaur Candy
  • Rewards: 2 Incense, Cubone encounter, 25 Ultra Ball

Pokémon GO Tour: Kanto (4/8)

  • Use an Incense – 1 Incubator
  • Send 3 Gifts to friends – 5 Pinap Berry
  • Trade 3 Pokémon with a friend – 25 Charmander / Bulbasaur Candy
  • Rewards: 500 Stardust, Lickitung encounter, 25 Cubone candy

Pokémon GO Tour: Kanto (5/8)

  • Make 3 Nice Throws in a row – Aerodactyl
  • Catch 10 different species of Pokémon – 1 Star Piece
  • Use 20 Berris to help catch Pokémon – 25 Charmander / Bulbasaur Candy
  • Rewards: 1 Premium Raid Pass, Snorlax encounter, 25 Cubone Candy

Pokémon GO Tour: Kanto (6/8)

  • Power up Pokémon 5 times – 25 Charmander / Bulbasaur Candy
  • Battle in 3 raids – 20 Mewtwo Candy
  • Evolve a Pokémon – Red or Green version avatar hat
  • Rewards: 1 Fast TM, 1 Charge TM, Lapras encounter

Pokémon GO Tour: Kanto (7/8)

  • Catch 30 Pokémon – 3000 XP
  • Catch 15 different species of Pokémon – 3 Rare Candy
  • Transfer 20 Pokémon – 3000 XP
  • Rewards: 1 Incense, Shiny Ditto encounter, 1 Lucky Egg

Pokémon GO Tour: Kanto (8/8)

  • Claim Reward! – 3000 XP
  • Claim Reward! – 3000 Stardust
  • Claim Reward! – 3000 XP
  • Rewards: 20 Ditto Candy, 20 Mew Candy, 10 Ditto Stickers

Pokémon encounters and rewards

You will encounter the following Pokémon in this quest line:

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By On 2/21/21 at 1:00 AM EST

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Less than a day after the Pokémon Go Tour: Kanto, the mobile game is giving trainers a second dose of Kanto region goodness with another event.

The Kanto Challenge event, similar to other Challenge events from other regions, will not just have trainers catching a slew of Pokémon from Generation One, but see the return of four Legendary Pokémon and access to previous Community Day attacks.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Pokémon Go Kanto Challenge.

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POKEMON GO KANTO CHALLENGE START TIME

The Pokémon Go Kanto Challenge event begins Sunday, February 21 at 10 a.m. to Saturday, February 27 at 8 p.m. local time.

POKEMON GO KANTO CHALLENGE RESEARCH TASKS

During the event, trainers will be able to complete special Field Research tasks that will reward Stardust and lead to encounters with Doduo, Magnemite, Diglett, Omanyte, Kabuto, Snorlax, Jigglypuff, Clefairy and more.

Some of the Collection Challenges from Pokémon Go Tour: Kanto will continue throughout the Kanto Celebration event.

We’ll update this section with the exact tasks and rewards once the event goes live.

POKEMON GO KANTO CHALLENGE RAID UPDATE

Like the past Challenge events, the Raids in Pokémon Go will be occupied by Pokémon from a specific region. For the Kanto Challenge, Pokémon from Gen One will be appearing in Raids throughout the event including the Starters and much more.

Here’s a rundown of the Pokémon that will appear in specific Raids:

Level 1

  • Bulbasaur
  • Charmander
  • Squirtle
  • Pikachu
  • Magikarp
  • Dratini

Level 3

  • Scyther
  • Pinsir
  • Machoke
  • Kadabra
  • Haunter
  • Graveler
  • Lapras

Level 5

  • Articuno
  • Zapdos
  • Moltres
  • Mewtwo

EXCLUSIVE ATTACKS

Previous Community Day-exclusive attacks will become available again during the Kanto Challenge event. Evolving certain Pokémon during the event window will grant the new Pokémon an exclusive move.

Here’s a rundown of the exclusive attacks:

  • Evolve Ivysaur (the evolved form of Bulbasaur) to get a Venusaur that knows Frenzy Plant.
  • Evolve Charmeleon (the evolved form of Charmander) to get a Charizard that knows Blast Burn.
  • Evolve Wartortle (the evolved form of Squirtle) to get a Blastoise that knows Hydro Cannon.
  • Evolve Pichu to get a Pikachu that knows Surf.
  • Evolve Eevee into any of its Evolutions to get an evolved form that knows Last Resort.
  • Evolve Dragonair (the evolved form of Dratini) to get a Dragonite that knows Draco Meteor.

IN-GAME BONUSES

Aside from the Raids and exclusive moves, trainers will be able to catch a slew of Gen One Pokémon in the wild and hatch from Eggs.

  • Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Weedle, Pikachu, Geodude, Clefairy, Psyduck, Slowpoke, Gastly, Voltorb, Magikarp, and more will be appearing more frequently in the wild.
  • The following Pokémon will be attracted to Incense: Caterpie, Pidgey, Spearow, Poliwag, Abra, Seel, Machop, Krabby, Exeggcute, Horsea, Goldeen, and more.
  • The following Pokémon will be hatching from 5 km Eggs: Oddish, Bellsprout, Tangela, Dratini, Pichu, Elekid, Magby, and more.

Are you excited for the upcoming Kanto Challenge event? What is your favorite Gen One Pokémon? Let us know in the comments section.

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The Pokémon Go Kanto Tour event takes place on Feb. 20 from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. in your local time, though there are parts of the tour that stick around after the initial day.

While only people who buy the ticket for $11.99 will be able to access the full event, there are also a few things players can do for free. Evolving the Kanto starters will give them their Community Day moves: Frenzy Plant for Venusaur, Hydro Cannon for Blastoise, and Blast Burn for Charizard. The special spawns that change from hour-to-hour based on Kanto locations will also be available for all players.

The locations and spawns will be featured like so:

  • 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.: Pallet Town (Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Caterpie, Weedle, Pidgey, Rattata, Spearow, Pikachu, and Zubat)
  • 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.: Pewter City (Nidoran[M], Nidoran[F], Clefairy, Paras, Diglett, Geodude, Magnemite, Onix, Voltorb, and Rhyhorn)
  • 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.: Cerulean City (Jigglypuff, Psyduck, Poliwag, Tentacool, Shellder, Krabby, Horsea, Goldeen, Staryu, and Magikarp)
  • 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.: Fuchsia City (Venonat, Abra, Ponyta, Grimer, Gastly, Drowzee, Exeggcute, Koffing, Omanyte, and Kabuto)
  • 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.: Pokémon League (Machop, Slowpoke, Doduo, Seel, Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan, Jynx, Eevee, Porygon, and Dratini)
  • 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.: Pallet Town (Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Caterpie, Weedle, Pidgey, Rattata, Spearow, Pikachu, and Zubat)
  • 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.: Pewter City (Nidoran[M], Nidoran[F], Clefairy, Paras, Diglett, Geodude, Magnemite, Onix, Voltorb, and Rhyhorn)
  • 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: Cerulean City (Jigglypuff, Psyduck, Poliwag, Tentacool, Shellder, Krabby, Horsea, Goldeen, Staryu, and Magikarp)
  • 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.: Fuchsia City (Venonat, Abra, Ponyta, Grimer, Gastly, Drowzee, Exeggcute, Koffing, Omanyte, and Kabuto)
  • 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.: Pokémon League (Machop, Slowpoke, Doduo, Seel, Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan, Jynx, Eevee, Porygon, and Dratini)
  • 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.: Pokémon from all previous hours

If you bought the pass, you’ll be able to pick between Red or Green versions, each with a set of Pokémon that can only be obtained in one, but not the other. Red Incense will spawn Ekans, Oddish, Mankey, Growlithe, Scyther, and Electabuzz. Green Incense will spawn Sandshrew, Vulpix, Meowth, Bellsprout, Magmar, and Pinsir. Red version players will also have a higher chance to find Shiny Nidoran(F), Diglett, Kabuto, Lickitung, Drowzee, Krabby, Shellder, Ponyta, and Hitmonlee. Green version players will have increased chances at finding Shiny Nidoran(M), Omanyte, Horsea, Tangela, Geodude, Koffing, Exeggcute, Psyduck, and Hitmonchan.

You’ll also have access to free item bundles, including Remote Raid Passes and Poké Balls.

Pass holders will also have multiple Collection Challenges that will stick around until February 28 at 7:59 p.m. in your local time. There’ll also be a Kanto Tour Special Research set that you can only unlock on the day of the event, but it will remain unlocked forever. Completing the Special Research will unlock a difficult Masterwork Research set, that will reward Shiny Mew.

Players who don’t have the pass will still be able to complete Timed Research tasks. You can see all of the different sets of research tasks below.

Kanto Tour Timed Research Tasks

Step 1 of 4

  • Catch 20 Pokémon (500 Stardust)
  • Power up Pokémon 3 times (15 Great Balls)
  • Battle 2 Go Tour Challengers (Eevee encounter)

Reward: 5 Super Potions, 20 Eevee candy, 5 Revives

Step 2 of 4

  • Evolve 3 Pokémon (500 XP)
  • Power up Pokémon 3 times (500 Stardust)
  • Battle 3 Go Tour Challenges (500 XP)

Reward: 3 Max Potions, 1 Sinnoh Stone, 3 Max Revives

Step 3 of 4

  • Battle in a raid (1,000 XP)
  • Win a raid (Lapras encounter)
  • Battle 3 Go Tour Challengers (1 Star Piece)

Reward: 1,000 XP, 20 Lapras Candy, 1,000 Stardust

Step 4 of 4

  • Power up Pokémon 5 times (Snorlax encounter)
  • Defeat 3 Go Tour Challengers with you buddy (20 Snorlax candy)
  • Battle 5 Go Tour Challengers (1 Premium Battle Pass)

Reward: 1 Fast TM, 1 Lucky Egg, 1 Charged TM

Kanto Tour Special Research Tasks (Red)

Step 1 of 8

  • Claim reward (10 Poké Balls)
  • Claim reward (3 Razz Berries)
  • Claim reward (3 Potions)

Reward: 150 XP, Charmander encounter, 3 Incense

Step 2 of 8

  • Use an Incense (50 Poké Balls)
  • Catch 30 Pokémon (Tangela encounter)
  • Take a snapshot of Charmander (1 Poffin)

Reward: 25 Charmander candy, Chansey encounter, 50 Poké Balls

Step 3 of 8

  • Earn 3 hearts with your buddy (300 Stardust)
  • Catch 30 Pokémon (500 XP)
  • Evolve a Charmander (25 candy)

Reward: 2 Incense, Cubone encounter, 25 Ultra Balls

Step 4 of 8

  • Use an Incense (1 Incubator)
  • Send 3 gifts (5 Pinap Berries)
  • Trade 3 time (25 Charmander candy)

Reward: 500 Stardust, Lickitung encounter, 25 Cubone candy

Step 5 of 8

  • Make 3 nice throws in a row (Aerodactyl encounter)
  • Catch 10 different species of Pokémon (1 Star Piece)
  • Use 20 Berries to help catch Pokémon (25 Charmander candy)

Reward: 1 Premium Battle Pass, Snorlax encounter, 25 Cubone candy

Step 6 of 8

  • Make 3 nice throws in a row (25 Charmander candy)
  • Battle in 3 raids (20 Mewtwo candy)
  • Evolve 1 Pokémon (1 Tour Cap)

Reward: 1 Fast TM, Lapras encounter, 1 Charged TM

Step 7 of 8

  • Catch 30 Pokémon (3,000 XP)
  • Catch 15 different species of Pokémon (3 Rare Candy)
  • Transfer 20 Pokémon (3,000 XP)

Reward: 1 Lure Module, Shiny Ditto encounter, 1 Lucky Egg

Step 8 of 8

  • Claim reward (3,000 XP)
  • Claim reward (3,000 Stardust)
  • Claim reward (3,000 XP)

Reward: 20 Ditto Candy, 20 Mew Candy, 10 Ditto Stickers

Kanto Tour Special Research Tasks (Green)

Step 1 of 8

  • Claim reward (10 Poké Balls)
  • Claim reward (3 Razz Berries)
  • Claim reward (3 Potions)

Reward: 150 XP, Bulbasaur encounter, 3 Incense

Step 2 of 8

  • Use an Incense (50 Poké Balls)
  • Catch 30 Pokémon (Tangela encounter)
  • Take a snapshot of Bulbasaur (1 Poffin)

Reward: 25 Bulbasaur candy, Chansey encounter, 50 Poké Balls

Step 3 of 8

  • Earn 3 hearts with your buddy (300 Stardust)
  • Catch 30 Pokémon (500 XP)
  • Evolve a Bulbasaur (25 candy)

Reward: 2 Incense, Cubone encounter, 25 Ultra Balls

Step 4 of 8

  • Use an Incense (1 Incubator)
  • Send 3 gifts (5 Pinap Berries)
  • Trade 3 time (25 Bulbasaur candy)

Reward: 500 Stardust, Lickitung encounter, 25 Cubone candy

Step 5 of 8

  • Make 3 nice throws in a row (Aerodactyl encounter)
  • Catch 10 different species of Pokémon (1 Star Piece)
  • Use 20 Berries to help catch Pokémon (25 Bulbasaur candy)

Reward: 1 Premium Battle Pass, Snorlax encounter, 25 Cubone candy

Step 6 of 8

  • Make 3 nice throws in a row (25 Bulbasaur candy)
  • Battle in 3 raids (20 Mewtwo candy)
  • Evolve 1 Pokémon (1 Tour Cap)

Reward: 1 Fast TM, Lapras encounter, 1 Charged TM

Step 7 of 8

  • Catch 30 Pokémon (3,000 XP)
  • Catch 15 different species of Pokémon (3 Rare Candy)
  • Transfer 20 Pokémon (3,000 XP)

Reward: 1 Lure Module, Shiny Ditto encounter, 1 Lucky Egg

Step 8 of 8

  • Claim reward (3,000 XP)
  • Claim reward (3,000 Stardust)
  • Claim reward (3,000 XP)

Reward: 20 Ditto Candy, 20 Mew Candy, 10 Ditto Stickers

Kanto Tour Masterwork Research Tasks

Step 1 of 4

  • Earn Platinum Kanto medal (51 Ultra Balls)
  • Send 151 gifts to friends (1 Poffin)
  • Make 151 great throws (1510 Stardust)

Reward: 5,100 XP, 1 Premium Battle Pass, 1,510 Stardust

Step 2 of 4

  • Catch a Pokémon for 30 days in a row (51 Ultra Balls)
  • Catch 151 different species of Pokémon (1 Glacial Lure)
  • Catch 30 normal-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 fire-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 water-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 grass-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 flying-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 fighting-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 poison-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 electric-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 ground-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 rock-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 psychic-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 ice-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 bug-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 ghost-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 steel-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 dragon-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 dark-type Pokémon (151 XP)
  • Catch 30 fairy-type Pokémon (151 XP)

Reward: 5,100 XP, 3 Rare Candy, 1,510 Stardust

Step 3 of 4

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Pokemon GO

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Pokemon GO’s season of celebration comes to a kind of crescendo this weekend with the Kanto Tour, a ticketed event that feels like it’s somewhere halfway between Pokemon GO Fest and one of those paid special research events. There’s a lot going on, but the main thrust is that this is an ode to the original Pokemon Red and Green games—Blue in the West, of course. The event runs from 9:00 AM-9:00 PM local time

To start with, you’ll need to choose which version to buy, just like in the mainline games. There are two on offer: Red and Green, each of which will come with incense that attracts exclusive creatures. Read more here, but the important thing is that you’ll need a friend, or stranger, with the opposite version in order to complete the event.

Collections: The entire event is themed around the new collection challenges, with a whopping 10 collection challenges available to all ticket holders. These come in two flavors—the first five are themed around methods of acquiring critters, and they are:

  • Red (Trade) or Red (Incense)
  • Green (Trade) or Green (Incense)
  • Raid
  • Research
  • Evolve

After that, the next five are themed around different areas from the original games:

  • Pallet Town
  • Pewter City
  • Cerulean City
  • Fuchsia City
  • Pokémon League

All challenges will remain available until February 28, 7:59 PM.

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Schedule: Just like with GO Fest, spawns and incense attracted Pokemon will shift by the hour, with each hour themed around a different area from the games. Here’s the full schedule:

  • 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.: Pallet Town
  • 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.: Pewter City
  • 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.: Cerulean City
  • 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.: Fuchsia City
  • 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.: Pokémon League
  • 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.: Pallet Town
  • 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.: Pewter City
  • 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: Cerulean City
  • 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.: Fuchsia City
  • 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.: Pokémon League
  • 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.: Pokémon from all previous hours

Research: There’s an interesting twist here, because we’ve got two research lines. The first is the standard event research, which we’ll know more about soon. After that, however, you’ll get access to a special “Masterwork Research”, which is meant to be much tougher, requiring you to collect all Kanto creatures, reach level 40, catch 30 Pokemon of each type, spin 151 unique Pokestops and walk 151 km. After you’re finished, you get a shiny Mew.

And that’s about the size of it. There will be more to know as the day goes on, but until then, get ready to walk.

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A few hours before the Pokemon Go Tour: Kanto kicked off, Niantic revealed important last-minute details for the event.

The biggest announcement was the Pokemon that would be available for each hour. They are the following:

Pallet Town (9 a.m. to 10 a.m.) — Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Caterpie, Weedle, Pidgey, Rattata, Spearow, Pikachu, and Zubat

Pewter City (10 a.m. to 11 a.m.) — Nidoran, Nidoran, Clefairy, Paras, Diglett, Geodude, Magnemite, Onix, Voltorb, and Rhyhorn

Cerulean City (11 a.m. to noon) — Jigglypuff, Psyduck, Poliwag, Tentacool, Shellder, Krabby, Horsea, Goldeen, Staryu, and Magikarp

Fuchsia City (Noon to 1 p.m.) — Venonat, Abra, Ponyta, Grimer, Gastly, Drowzee, Exeggcute, Koffing, Omanyte, and Kabuto

Pokemon League (1 p.m. to 2 p.m.) — Machop, Slowpoke, Doduo, Seel, Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan, Jynx, Eevee, Porygon, and Dratini

Pallet Town (2 p.m. to 3 p.m.) — See above

Pewter City (3 p.m. to 4 p.m.) — See above

Cerulean City (4 p.m. to 5 p.m.) — See above

Fuchsia City (6 p.m. to 7 p.m.) — See above

All Pokemon from previous hours (7 p.m. to 9 p.m.)

Those looking for regionals such as Farfetch’d, Kangaskhan, Tauros and Mr Mime will find them in raids.

The legendary raid bosses include the legendary birds — Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres — and Mewtwo, which should be the prime target for everyone.

The wildcard Pokemons that appear rarely in the wild include Lickitung, Chansey, Tangela, Lapras, and Aerodactyl . The big prize for the event is shiny Snorlax. It will appear in the wild and raids as well.

The version-specific Pokemon were mentioned in a prior post but I assume you already picked your color — red or green — if you’re reading this. Use this info to plan out your day and keep in mind, YOU MUST USE INCENSE TO ATTRACT VERSION-EXCLUSIVE POKEMON. Personally, this is making me mull over my location for Pokemon Go Tour: Kanto. It may be wiser to look for an area that has a high gym density to gain access to raids that will appear throughout the day.

Judging from the livestreams in Australia, it looks like the shiny rate is not as good as Community Day but better than normal. It looks like people have been getting 4 shiny Pokemon in two hours. I’m crossing my fingers and hoping for a better rate when the Pokemon Go Tour: Kanto shifts west but we’ll see.

BONUSES
In addition to the schedule, Niantic also revealed some bonuses for players. Players will free item bundles that include three remote raid passes and 200 Poke Balls. Players will also get nine daily Raid Passes during event hours.

There are reports that players can do a special trade five times. If this is true, it opens up players to do trades for shiny and sought-after Pokemon during the event. I’d advise that you use Lucky Friend trades to maximize the benefits.

For those trying to power up their Pokemon to level 50, Niantic said there is a candy bonus. There are unconfirmed reports that it can be very generous. A player said they got 93 Magikarp candy from a pinap catch.

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Yahoo!ニュース | 02-20 16:02 2月27日は「Pokémon Day」!『ポケットモンスター赤・緑』の発売日にちなんで制定された記念日。投票企画やポケモンカフェに記念メニュー、各ゲーム …

ファミ通.com | 02-19 19:06 【Pokémon Day】今年はポケモン25周年! ポケモンデー投票企画“#キミにきめた”や『ポケモン剣盾』などで実施される取り組みが発表

電撃オンライン | 02-20 08:06 『ポケモンGO』カントーイベントまとめ。チケットがなくても楽しめる内容も

4Gamer.net | 02-19 16:20 2月27日の「Pokémon Day」を記念する企画やイベントが発表。「ポケモン ソード・シールド」「Pokémon GO」でもゲーム内イベントを開催

エキサイトニュース | 02-19 15:36 『ポケモン』27日に誕生25周年、記念企画を続々発表 投票企画などを実施

エキサイトニュース | 02-20 17:23 『ポケモン』2月27日の「Pokémon Day」に向け記念企画始動!人気投票で“#マッシブーンにきめた”がトレンド入り―ゆっくり実況者・ぽへさん人気も影響か

livedoor | 02-19 18:36 ポケモンの投票企画「#キミにきめた」にて、「マッシブーン」が2位と2倍以上の票差をつけて1位を独走中。大番狂わせに目が離せない

ORICON NEWS | 02-19 15:05 『ポケモン』27日に誕生25周年、記念企画を続々発表 投票企画などを実施

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インサイド | 02-19 16:56 『ポケモン』2月27日の「Pokémon Day」に向け記念企画始動!人気投票で“#マッシブーンにきめた”がトレンド入り―ぽへさん人気も影響か?

Gamer | 02-19 16:05 「Pokémon Day」を記念して投票企画「#キミにきめた」などの取り組みが実施!

ファミ通App | 02-19 16:47 『ポケモン』誕生25周年!お気に入りポケモン投票企画など2月27日の“Pokémon Day”を盛り上げるキャンペーンが本日(2/19)より開催

AppBank | 02-19 21:36 【ポケモンGO】「Pokémon GO Tour:カントー地方」のためにホテル泊というリアル課金をしてしまった話。そしてカレーが美味しすぎる

AppBank | 02-20 10:08 【ポケモンGO】カントーツアーでカビゴンをゲットする方法! あることをすれば必ず出現しますよ

AppBank | 02-19 22:06 【ポケモンGO】カントーツアー本日開催! 1時間で内容が変わる! 注目点は? 攻略情報もチェック

AppBank | 02-20 12:28 【ポケモンGO】セキチクシティブロック出現ポケモン速報まとめ! サファリと化石が多く出現!

AppBank | 02-20 15:41 【ポケモンGO】ボールが尽きてきたそこのあなた! 実はほぼ無限にボールを補充できる方法があるんです!【カントーツアー】

AppBank | 02-20 13:50 【ポケモンGO】ポケモンリーグブロック出現ポケモン速報まとめ! イーブイとミニリュウが登場

AppBank | 02-20 09:41 【ポケモンGO】地域限定ポケモンはレイドに出現! ケンタロスが多くてガルーラとバリヤードは少なめ?

AppBank | 02-19 16:05 【ポケモンGO】月末の「レイドバトル・デイ」でやつあたり上書き可能! 新シャドウポケモンも注目

攻略大百科 | 02-20 11:19 【ポケモンGO】「GO Tour カントー地方:バトル」ポケモン25周年、1日限りのタイムチャレンジリサーチ解説!

攻略大百科 | 02-20 14:51 【ポケモンGO】「GO Tour:カントー地方」攻略!カントーセレブレーションまで開催のコレクションチャレンジ解説!

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Posted on February 13, 2021 | by Theo Dwyer | Comments

The Lunar New Year Event is wrapping up in Pokémon GO. Let’s take a look back at what worked and what didn’t with this event.

Lunar New Year event promo in Pokémon GO. Credit: Niantic

What Worked in this Pokémon GO Event

  • Miltank: Shiny Miltank debuted just two events ago during Johto Celebration, but it was quite a difficult find in the wild. During that event, the best chance at catching one was either by searching out a Field Research task or raiding, even though Miltank’s Shiny rate didn’t seem boosted. The best part about the Lunar New Year 2021 event in Pokémon GO was how it featured Miltank in the wild more commonly and even feature it during Tuesday’s Spotlight Hour.
  • Timed Research: What Niantic advertised as a Tauros-centric Timed Research actually ended up being a way to earn Mega Gyarados Energy for free. It was a simple but fun questline with rewards much more worthy than recently Timed Research offerings.
  • Friendship bonuses: The current Friendship bonuses are running through two events, starting with the Lunar New Year 2021 event and running through the annual Valentine’s Day event set to start on Sunday. The bonuses saw increased chances at going Lucky with friends, increased chances of a trade going Lucky, increased trading distance, and more berries from Gifts. While the last thing is something that absolutely no one asked for, the rest of those bonus perks are some of the best available in Pokémon GO.

What Didn’t Work in this Pokémon GO Event

  • Same as last year: Outside of the above, there wasn’t anything new added to the spawn pool. The main perk was a Shiny-capable Gyarados in the wild, which was the same main perk of last year. The issue with that is that Gyarados is also in Mega Raids, which would’ve made it Shiny-capable in all manner of encounters anyway, so this repeated main feature seems less interesting in 2021 than 2020… especially considering the maligned Magikarp Community Day made Shiny Gyarados into a Pokémon that most trainers have. Without any new Unova or Kalos Pokémon, no costumes, no Shiny releases, and nothing truly unique added to the game, it’s hard to not look at this event as a less engaging repeat of last year’s Lunar New Year Event.

Overall

Pokémon GO has been in a weird place recently with a series of uneventful events, but the bonuses, the generous Timed Research, and the second chance at a Shiny Miltank saved this one. The wild spawns might have been mostly boring, but this was otherwise a fun week of gameplay.

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Pokémon GO Valentine’s Day celebration 2021

Trainers,

Love is in the air! The annual Pokémon Valentine’s Day event is back, and it’s bringing with it a special guest! That’s right trainers, Munna and Musharna will be making their Pokémon Go debut!

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During the event, you can also pick up a free one-time bundle in the shop featuring three Remote Raid Passes.

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Date + Time

Starts Sunday, February 14, 2021, at 1:00 p.m. local time
Ends Thursday, February 18, 2021, at 8:00 p.m. local time

Features

New Pokémon

Munna Musharna
Dream Eater Pokémon The Drowsing Pokémon

Wild Spawns

The following Pokémon will be spawning more often in the wild, if you’re lucky you might even encounter a Feebas!

Eggs

The following Pokémon will be hatching from 5 km Eggs:

Raids

The following Pokémon will be appearing in Valentine’s Event raids.

One-star Raids

Three-star Raids

Five-star Raids

The Johto legendary beasts will be appearing in 5-star raids at different times during the event.

Event-Exclusive Field Research

Complete event-exclusive Field Research to encounter the following Pokémon, as well as earn other rewards.  The Spinda available will have a heart pattern.

Valentines Collection Challenge

Complete the Valentine’s Day-themed Collection challenge to receive five Silver Pinap Berries, a Lucky Egg, and an Egg Incubator.

Community Day Exclusive Move

Evolve Kirlia during the event to get a Gardevoir or a Gallade that knows Synchronoise!

Other Bonuses

  • Increased chance to become Lucky Friends with your friends
  • Increased chance that Pokémon you trade become Lucky Pokémon
  • Trade range increased to 40 km
  • Increased chance of receiving Berries from Gifts
  • Event-exclusive stickers will be available from Gifts. Be sure to get them while you can!
  • New Munna-inspired avatar items will be available in the shop during and after this event.

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