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Pokémon Go Sinnoh Event Event Guide: Field Research, Meetings and Rewards




To celebrate the Sinnoh region, there is a special event featuring Pokémon in the fourth generation Pokémon Go until Feb. 10 at 10 p.m. in your local time.

The event features Field Research activities, and some of them bring out the Sinnoh Stones, an evolution that is needed to produce strong Pokémon in the region.

In addition, Pokémon such as Budew, Combee, Bronzor, Gible, Riolu, Hippopotas and Mantyke will be laying eggs for seven kilometers. Niantic's announcement notes that only Pokémon will come out of the Sinnoh region, so this is an excellent opportunity to gain unattainable availability, such as Gible or Riolu.

Hippopotas and Riolu also appear in the game Shiny for the first time.

Riolu and Lucario, in their Shiny Forms, are neon yellow

Image: Niantic via Polygon

Hippopotas and Hippodown have their own Shiny Forms, all of different shades of yellow, green and green

Image: Niantic via Polygon

Based on Silph subway reports

, it turns out that Bronzor, Chimchar, Gible, Piplup, Snover, Turtwig, and Hippopotas are also common in the wild. If you've managed to catch a Chimchar, Turtwig, or Piplup with good IVs, consider sticking to it before it even appears. It is likely that their Community Day heritage will return in December, as they had done before.

Pokémon Go Sinnoh is a celebration of Field Research and Rewards

The workThe reward
The workThe reward
Sinnoh Celebration: Use the Sinnoh stone to appear for PokémonThe cranidos come together
Sinnoh Festival: 5 Hatch EggsSinoh stone
Sinnoh Festival: Catch 5 Turtwig, Chimchar, or Piplup1,000 Stardust
Sinnoh Celebration: Win the raceThe hippo comes together
Sinnoh Festival: Catch 5 CricketCombee reunion


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