Pokémon Go Community Day Event: Make the Most out of Eevee

Pokémon Go is that app that was designed to make people leave their home and play together outside while looking for Pokemons. Each event has given the client exclusive move that will spawn for about three hours, the thing that comes with a resource bonus, like double XP, Lure Modules or Stardust.

Everything you need to know about Pokémon Go Community Day

The featured Pokemon will be Eevee and the date will be from Saturday the 11th of August till Sunday the 12th of August. The times will be: for the Asia Pacific – 12 pm to 3 pm JST, for North America, South America and Greenland – 11 am to 2 pm PST, 2 pm to 5 pm EST, for Europe, Middle East. The unique move will be Last Resort. There are also two bonuses: 3-hour Lures and 3x catch Stardust

Who is Eevee?

Last Resort is Eevee’s special Community Day move, that’s actually a very strong type of normal attack from the Pokémon games. However, the lack of STAB might mean that it’s not actually a good idea to go for a viable competitive choice.

If we are to talk about how rare Eevee is, she’s quite a catch, but it’s easier now to find it given the fact that it became a regular reward in the field research.

It’s also known that Community Day it’s the perfect event to debut the Gen 4 evolution – but there’s no official statement regarding that so far.

Will there be a shiny?

We all know that Niantic never really confirms the existence of a shiny version of the Community Day Pokémon, but every time one was introduced. So we suppose this will happen again. So the answer is yes, there will be shiny.

Watch out for it, but also, remember that they don’t really appear in the same place for everyone (just like high-IV Pokémon does). You get one random chance of everyone and you start the battle with being shiny. If you just keep searching, you might get lucky.

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