Pokémon GO: Events and bonuses in July 2021 - big highlight is coming up

Pokémon GO: Events and bonuses in July 2021 - big highlight is coming up

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There are also a number of events in Pokémon Go in July 2021. You will meet Geronimatz between July 1st and August 1st after a breakthrough in research. As a bonus, you will also receive a free remote raid pass this month if you achieve a research breakthrough. There are also twice as many XP for Research Breakthroughs in the new month. There is also a lot going on in the raid battles. On Thursday July 1st, Bidiza will appear in Tier 5 Raid Battles. If you are lucky, you will face a Shiny Bidiza.

From July 1 to 16, the form of defense of the mysterious Pokémon Deoxys will appear in the raid battles of level 5. Then you will meet the legendary monster Mewtwo - until 23 . July. There is also the possibility that you will encounter a Shiny Mewtwo. Niantic plans to announce at a later date which monsters will appear in the raid battles after July 23. In the Mega Raids in July you will meet Mega Hundemon (July 1st to 16th), Mega Gengar (July 16th to 23rd) and Mega Charizard X (July 23rd to August 6th).

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Niantic is offering a high XP bonus for catching the pocket monsters in Pokémon GO in the coming days. var lstExcludedArticleTicker = '1374941,1375030,1374847,1374870'; In July, the raid hour with the following legendary Pokémon takes place every Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.Wednesday, July 7, 2021: Deoxys in the form of defense Wednesday, July 14, 2021: Deoxys in the form of defense Wednesday, July 21, 2021: Mewtwo Wednesday, July 28, 2021: to be announced The limelight Hour takes place on Tuesdays between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. in Pokémon Go.

Tuesday, July 6, 2021: Bulbasaur is in the spotlight and you get twice as many XP for catching Pokémon. Tuesday, July 13, 2021: Charmander is in the spotlight and you'll get twice as many candies for catching Pokémon. Tuesday, July 20, 2021: Squirtle is in the spotlight and you'll get twice as many candies for sending Pokémon. Tuesday, July 27, 2021: Natu is in the spotlight and you'll get twice as many XP for developing Pokémon. You will take part in Community Day in July 2021 on July 3 - from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. This time the piglet Pokémon Floink is at the center of the action.

In addition, Niantic invites you to the anniversary celebration of Pokémon Go: The event runs from July 6 to 15 and celebrates the fifth birthday of the smartphone hit. Tangible details should follow in the next few days. On July 11th you shouldn't plan on anything, especially in the evening, because the Go fight evening takes place between 6 and 11:59 p.m. You can fight up to 100 fights and receive three times as much stardust for victories, completed combat sets and ranks in the Go Fighting League.

The biggest Pokémon Go event of the year runs on July 17th and 18th, Then the Go Fest 2021 invites all hobby trainers to hunt and catch happily. Niantic promises two packed days with loads of activities and rewards. "If the trainer community works well together during the event, you might expect more exciting events in July and afterwards," the developers say in a mysterious way.

‘Pokemon Go’: Where to spend July’s Tepig Community Day in the Bay Area

As the world emerges from the pandemic, “Pokemon Go” and its communities are slowly returning to organized events. In July, that’s going to ramp up as the busy month will feature a Community Day early on and the game’s flagship event Pokemon Go Fest 2021 returns with more players expected to take part.

On July 3, the game will get its first test of the summer with Tepig Community Day. Running from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Fire Pig Pokemon will appear frequently in the wild and players have a great chance of obtaining a shiny one. The Tepig variant isn’t very impressive at first, but as players evolve it to Pignite and then Emboar, it grows more visually spectacular with the last form spewing blue flames out of its mouth. It’s one of the cooler-designed Pokemon for Generation V.

Unfortunately in “Pokemon Go,” that style doesn’t have the substance to back it up. Tepig isn’t a game-changer like last month’s Gible. It’s a decent fire-type Pokemon, but it won’t see much use in raids or in PvP aside from the occasional cup, according to an analysis by JRE47. Two elements hold it back. The first is Emboar’s bulk. For such a beefy-looking Pokemon, it’s surprisingly frail compared to its counterparts. The second part is that it doesn’t have a great Fast Move, which means that it can’t generate energy quickly enough to use the exclusive Community Day move, Blast Burn. Of course, that could change as Niantic updates moves and adds new ones. Look at what Incinerate has done for Typhlosion and Ho-oh.

Although Tepig isn’t as useful as comparable pocket monsters, its Community Day has some great bonuses with the triple catch stardust, three-hour Incense and three-hour Lure Modules. Players who may be low on stardust after powering up some Pokemon for Go Battle League will find this celebration as a godsend. This is the time to use up those Star Pieces.

Additionally, players can expect the usual extras that go along with Community Day. Tepig will likely photo bomb players five times and those will create five opportunities to catch a shiny one. A Community Day Box goes on sale for 1,280 PokeCoins and features 50 Ultra Balls, five Incense, five Star Pieces and an Elite Charged TM. The Elite Charged TM is a rare item and that makes it worth it if you’re a Go Battle League player.

Lastly, players can purchase the Roasted Berries Special Research story for $1. These are usually the best value and gives players extra Stardust, items and more opportunities at catching a shiny or perfect Tepig.

WHERE TO PLAYWith that said, here are the Bay Area communities holding events for “Pokemon Go” Community Day for July. I also added popular spots for players. This information is gathered from Discord communities around the Bay Area such as Pokemon Go Bay Area Raids and SF PoGO Raids Meetup.

Berkeley: The community gathered for Gible Community Day and it turned out well last time. The spawns are still dense and players find the area around the campanile lured up and players walking around campus.

San Francisco: The Embarcadero strip from the Ferry Building to Cupid’s Span is a popular spot. You can find players traipsing back and forth between the two landmarks. The spawn density is good there.

For those closer to Golden Gate Park, players can find plenty Pokemon by walking from the East Entrance near Stanyan Street and going along John F. Kennedy Drive through the Music Concourse and then through the Botanical Garden. Players say the route offered a high yield of Pokemon on Swablu Community Day.

El Cerrito: If you can’t make it to Cal, the El Cerrito Plaza is a great alternative. The site has plenty of parking and is accessible via BART. The area is full of Pokemon, especially on the side near Trader Joe’s, and it has covered walkways if one wants to some shelter from the sun. There’s no group holding an event at the site, but players can expect to see a few trainers around the area.

Downtown Mountain View: The area along Castro Street from the Embarcadero to the Villa is reportedly a great place to play though I have not been able to confirm this post-pandemic.

South Bay: The Pokemon Go: San Jose Discord Community has a running list of great Community Day sites. The users there have recommended these places.

De Anza College (Cupertino) — According to Discord user Nmestar, De Anza College has a high-spawn density but not that many stops. Bathroom access may also be an issue post-pandemic.

Central Park (Santa Clara) — This is a popular spot, according to Nmestar, but the spawn density isn’t as great as other locations.

Oakridge Mall (South San Jose) — User Helicoid confirms that this is one of the decent places to play “Pokemon Go.” The advantage of the indoor mall is that it’s a great place if it’s too hot outside, but it can get crowded. Bathroom access shouldn’t be an issue.

San Jose State University (Downtown San Jose) — Like Cal, this is one of the best locations to play. Nmestar reports that its spawn density is above average but it also have the benefit having plenty of stops to replenish your Pokeball reserves.

If you know of any popular spots or gatherings for Pokemon Go Community Day, please email me at gcacho@bayareanewsgroup.com. I’ll update this list.

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