Pokemon Go: Watch Out for Shiny Oshawott During September 2021 Community Day
Mark your calendars!
As spotted by Twitter user @LEGENDSLima, Niantic, the developer of Pokemon Go, has revealed the pocket monster that will be featured in September 2021’s Pokemon Go Community Day event: Oshawott!
On the Pokemon Go website, Niantic announced that September’s Pokemon Go Community Day event will take place on September 19 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time.
During this event, Oshawott will appear more frequently than normal in the wild, and it will also be attracted to Rainy Lure Modules. Plus, you’ll have the chance to encounter Shiny Oshawott.
Oshawott is a Water-Type Pokemon from the fifth generation of the Pokemon universe. In Pokemon Go, you can evolve Oshawott into Dewott using 25 Oshawott Candy, and then evolve Dewott into Samurott using 100 Oshawott Candy.
Each time you evolve Dewott into Samurott during this event, or during the two hours immediately following it, Samurott will learn the move Hydro Cannon.
During this Community Day event, players will receive three times the normal number of experience points when catching Pokemon, and Incense and Lure Modules that are activated during this event period will remain active for three hours. You’ll also be able to earn extra encounters with Oshawott by taking AR Snapshots of Pokemon during this event.
There will be two optional ways to spend real money during the September Community Day event. First, players will have the option to spend 1,280 PokeCoins on a Community Day Box containing 50 Ultra Balls, five Lucky Eggs, five Rainy Lure Modules, and an Elite Fast TM.
Next, players will have the option to spend $1 on a ticket that will give them access to a Special Research storyline on Community Day called “From Scalchops to Seamitars.” Niantic said one of the rewards players will receive for completing these Special Researrch tasks will be a Rainy Lure Module.
Remember, players aren’t required to spend real money or PokeCoins to participate in the Community Day festivities. These options are simply there for players who are comfortable spending money to receive more in-game content.
Finally, during this event, players will be able to collect "Oshawott-inspired" Gift stickers by spinning photo discs at PokeStops and opening Gifts. "Oshawott-inspired" Gift stickers will also be available to purchase in the in-game Shop on Community Day.
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