As the Season of Light continues, trainers are about to embark on the next phase as the Evolving Stars Event launches, featuring exclusive Field Research and Collection Challenges, all focused on the evolution phenomena in Pokemon.
The event is celebrating all Pokemon evolutions, and the ways in which different Pokemon evolve, with a special focus on Cosmoem, the Protostar Pokemon.
Let’s take a look below at all the details for the Evolving Stars Event.
Evolving Stars Event – The details
The Evolving Stars event will be available to trainers from Wednesday, October 5, 2022, 10:00 am local time to Tuesday, October 11, 2022, at 8:00 pm local time.
This free event brings players the opportunity to progress through the story of Cosmog, and evolve their Cosmog into Cosmoem by using 25 Cosmog candy.
Evolving Stars – The Raids featuring Mega Gyarados
During the Evolving Stars event, the following Pokemon will be featuring in raids:
1 Star Raids:
3 Star Raids:
5 Star Raids:
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Mega Gyarados Raids
On Saturday 8 October 2022 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm local time, Mega Gyarados will appear more frequently in raids, with the following bonuses being made available to trainers;
- Mega Gyarados will appear more frequently in Raids.
- Trainers can receive up to 5 additional Raid Passes by spinning Photo Discs at Gyms.
- Trainers have an increased chance of encountering Shiny Gyarados.
Evolving Stars Field Research and Collection Challenges
Four collection challenges will be available to trainers, focused on evolving Pokemon! Trainers will be able to complete each challenge to earn evolution items. Field research tasks will be available to earn Stardust, Evolution Items, and Mega Energy.
Evolving Stars Wild Encounters
The following Pokemon will be spawning more frequently in the wild for the duration of the event:
Ryhorn, Scyther, Eevee, Swinub, Ralts, and Duskull are all available to catch in the wild as shiny Pokemon too!
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