Valentine’s Day Event: Pokemon Go Adds The Surprise Shiny version of Alomomola

Valentine’s Day Event: Pokemon Go Adds The Surprise Shiny version of Alomomola

Pokemon Go has added the Shiny version of Alomomola as a component of its Valentine’s Day event. Fans in Asia and Europe were astounded to find that Pokemon Go added an unannounced Shiny Pokemon as a feature of its Valentine’s Day occasion.

The Shiny version of Alomomola is presently showing up in raids and as remunerations for finishing Field Research quests. In contrast to the ordinary version of Alomomola, which has pink scales, the Shiny version of Alomomola has light purple scales.

The Water-type Pokemon was first presented in 2020’s Valentine’s Day event, likely because of its heart-shaped body and pink scales. Despite the fact that Alomomola isn’t actually an incredible or meta-pertinent Pokemon, it doesn’t show up regularly in Pokemon Go, so this is a strong opportunity to gather both typical and Shiny Alomomola during the event.

Remember that Alomomola won’t bring forth in the wild during the Valentine’s Day event. All things considered, the Pokemon is accessible as a 3-Star strike chief and as a prize for finishing the “Catch 20 Luvdsic” and “Win 2 Raids” Field Research quests.

Likewise released during the occasion is another Shiny Spinda variation, which features a broken-heart pattern on its face of a “normal” heart shaped spot pattern. This denotes the first run through this specific Shiny Spinda design has showed up in Pokemon Go.

Pokemon Go’s Valentine’s Day event likewise acquaints Munna and Musharna with the game. Different advantages to the event include an heightened chance of making Lucky Trades with companions and the capacity to acquire Gardevoir and Gallade with the move Synchronoise, which was already simply available to players during a Community Day occasion. The occasion begins today at 10 AM neighborhood time and goes through February eighteenth.

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