Pokémon GO tip news, weather week: Shiny rainwater morphéo, stardust … Our guide Posted on March 25th, 2021 at 8:37 pm A new event for Pokémon GO has just started! Until Monday, March 29th at 8 p.m. is weather week. Here is our complete guide to getting the most of it! Find out why the weeks on Pokémon GO run from Wednesday to Monday. After the event related to the Electric type, it is time for the event dedicated to the weather conditions. Without further ado, let’s get to the tips!
Everything that happens on Pokémon GO during the Weather Week
The stardust earned by capturing weather-enhanced Pokémon increases dramatically. As usual, field studies and one-off studies must be completed to receive additional bonuses and meet some interesting species like Rainwater Morphéo. Many Pokémon see their spawn rate increase so come back to that. To accompany these Pokémon in the wild, there are also event-related types in Eggs and Raids. Rayquaza will be in 5-star raids this weekend! Fun fact, the Shiny version of Morphéo in rainwater form is exclusive to Pokémon GO. It has never been released in any other game. Finally, new avatar items related to spring are available in the in-game store. Okay, we don’t care.
Stardust is the most important element of the weather week
No matter what kind of gamer you are, everyone needs more and more stardust. Every thrust is easy to take. We even recommend that you always have several million dust aside to deal with any eventuality. The trick is to spot the little white swirling circle at the feet of the wild Pokémon. Pokémon with this small circle are all fortified by the weather … so they all deserve some extra dust. Typically, you should be aware of the Pokémon that appear frequently in your regular play areas. These Pokémon are necessarily amplified by one weather condition or another. If you’re lucky enough to be able to play with the usual spawns stepping up, it might be a good time to fart a piece of incense and star. You can also force fate by walking along the water on a rainy day, for example.
What are the best Pokémon in the wild during Weather Week?
Rain-reinforced Pokémon will be in the spotlight until Saturday, March 27th at 10:00 a.m. Among them we find Aquali, an already evolved Pokémon that gives XL candy. We also notice the presence of Limonde, who is excellent in his Galar form in the Super League. Every candy will be precious. The game also highlights Goélise, Morphéo in the form of rainwater, and Couaneton. Goélise has a pretty cool shiny shape and is viable in the Super League after his development. Morphéo Shiny is an extremely rare exclusive Pokémon. In fact, from our experience and the testimony we have gathered, it seems that this chromatic version of Rainwater Morphéo only appears when it is raining. That makes it even rarer and more precious.
From March 27th to 29th we will go from rain to wind with Pokémon like Airmure, Nirondelle or Poichigeon. Good news: they all have shiny shapes! Airmure also does very well in super and hyper leagues. Even in the Pokémon useful in battle, by the end of the week you’ll see some Baudrive evolving into Grodrive, a good Pokémon in super leagues like Hyper (thanks to its XL shape). Finally, we also have Tylton, who evolves into Altaria, one of the best Pokémon in the Super League with Dracosouffle, Pique and Draco-Choc. We are not aware of all Pokémon that have had their spawning rate increased. This article will be updated as other major species spawn en masse!
Two last tips during the weather week: don’t forget about Rayquaza and study missions
This weekend we really advise you to focus on Rayquaza during the raids. It’s an overpowering Pokémon (in addition to being super stylish in the Shiny version). An updated guide is coming tomorrow, in the meantime you can already get an idea of what to expect with this old collection guide. As for the eggs and the raids, we didn’t go into that for long as there isn’t anything very interesting. Finally, of course, don’t forget the study missions. Whether it’s a one-time mission or a field mission as usual, it is done a little alone and is very profitable (with the exception of quests that require Pokémon to be loaded while we are in the process of rescuing Dust Canvas ). Also Read: Full Guide to Pokémon GO By -LecHad-, writing from jeuxvideo.com MP