The makers of Pokémon Go have unleashed the curious eggs on the players; 12km eggs that can be captured by Team Rocket bosses. As long as you have space in your egg inventory. In addition, the raid bosses have been exchanged, and the tier 1 and tier 3 raids are now pretty fairy, poisonous and dark! We have an overview of the current raid bosses in addition to Giratina (original form) and the mega raids.
In and of itself, we should leave that with the updates to the overview of the raid bosses in Pokémon Go … at least on a Monday. Because often enough it happens that the bosses in the raids are exchanged again with the start of an event on Monday evening or on Tuesday. So this time too. The event is the second part of the change of seasons, which will last until October 19th at 10:00 pm. While part 1 dealt with Sesokitz and a temporary research relatively peaceably, part 2 of the change of seasons now brings you 12km eggs and Team Rocket as well as the special research A Discovery of its own. And the raid bosses were also replaced.
Previously, mainly fire and plant monsters were to be found in the tier 3 raids, but now they have given way to a collection of (mainly) pocket monsters belonging to the types fairy, dark and poison. Yes, we are truly approaching the haunted season in Pokémon Go. At level 1, Praktibalk and Sniebel are particularly interesting; at level 3, at least no particularly strong meta-counterattacks lure. But maybe you want to grab one or the other shiny. We have marked which of the raid bosses can currently appear as Shiny in the raids of Pokémon Go with a *.
Tier 1 raid
Alola-Sleima *, Tannza *, Sniebel *, Pionskora *, Toxiquak *, Praktibalk *, Klikk *
Tier 3 raid
Nidoking, Galar-Smogmog, Flunkifer *, Krebutack, Absol *, Deponitox
Tier 5 raid
Giratina (original form) *
We wish you a lot of fun with the hunt and good luck with the Shinys.
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