Oh, I get it. They designed the habitats not with the goal of making them realistic, but rather to make them AR-friendly with the looks of the Pokémon.
Eevees evolved during Community Day kept their exclusive move as well.
You might [have encountered] a Shiny Eevee for the first time.
Find out which Trainer wins the longest trade challenge.
All trades—including Special Trades—will cost 25% less Stardust to complete.
From August 2–19, you will earn three more Candies than normal whenever you trade Pokémon.
Like all Legendary Pokémon, you won't find Raikou loose anywhere in the wild, so don't miss this chance to catch it.
Remember that feature from the first Pokémon Go trailer? There it is.
I didn't even know these islands existed, and now I want to go there on vacation. 😃
Earn a Research Breakthrough to get the opportunity to catch Raikou.
When people go outside to play a game, they become more active, explore more of their cities, and oftentimes have more opportunities to interact socially with others -- friends and strangers alike.
Lucky Pokémon require less Stardust to power up, which means they can reach a higher CP much faster than other Pokémon.
At least 180,000 Trainers participated in activities in the surrounding Chicago area, completing research tasks and catching rare Pokémon like Beldum and Feebas that briefly appeared throughout the world.
The longer the Pokémon have spent in storage, the higher the chance that they will become Lucky Pokémon when they're traded.
Registeel, the Iron Pokémon, has emerged and will take over Raid Battles from the Ice-type Legendary Pokémon Regice until August 16.
Event attendees walked an average of more than 6 kilometers, completing an average of 36 research tasks and catching an average of 350 Pokémon on July 14 and 15 in beautiful Lincoln Park.
Battling Registeel will be much like battling Regice: both Pokémon are very durable, and both are weak against Fire- and Fighting-type attacks.
During that time, all Zapdos that are caught will know the Fast Attack Thunder Shock.
These YouTuber collaborations are so not my thing...
"When Niantic released Pokémon Go in July 2016, everyone wanted to relive their childhood."