In Pokémon Go the season for the joke Pokémon is coming to an end. The grand finale runs with “unleashed jokes”: The new event starts on November 26th at 10 am and runs until November 29, 8 pm. Double dispatch candies and double catch XP are waiting for you. “A mysterious bottle and poem have appeared on the doorstep of Prof. Willow’s mobile laboratory. They seem to have something to do with Hoopa and contain clues to a method of changing its shape. All of this is only possible because you are one have built a great relationship with Hoopa, “writes Niantic about the event.
You get the special research if you complete the special research of the season: Misunderstood jokes. If you don’t succeed within the event, you can buy a ticket for 4.99 euros to unlock “Unleashed Jokes”. You can change Hoopa’s form after you have completed the tasks in the second stage of the special research “Unleashed Jokes”. In addition, you should have caught a Hoopa and have already made progress in the special research Misunderstood Jokes in order to be able to change the shape of Hoopa. It costs 50 Hoopa Candies and 10,000 Stardust to change shape from Hoopa (Banned) to Hoopa (Unleashed). From Unleashed to Banned, 10 Hoopa candies and 2,000 stardust are due.
From the unleashed joke research you will receive a Hoopa T-shirt for your character as a reward. At the end of the season, raid hours will take place in Pokémon Go from November 26th to 29th daily between 6pm and 7pm. It starts with a raid with Arktos, Zapdos and Lavados on November 26th. Heatran shows up one day later, on November 28th it’s Regirock, Regice and Registeel. On November 29th you will meet Cobalium, Terrakium and Viridium. On the days mentioned, there will also be spotlight hours from 12 noon to 1 p.m., including Pikachu and Rattfratz. So it should be worth paying a visit to the adventure in the coming days.
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