Trainers, Pokemon Go’s October 2021 Community Day featuring Duskull is underway, and a new Special Research Nothin’ Dull About Duskull is available for ticket holders.
The Duskull Community Day Special Research quest Nothin’ Dull About Duskull is a four-step Research and only those with Nothin’ Dull About Duskull tickets are able to participate.
This ticket will grant you access to the Nothin’ Dull About Duskull Research quest, and you must play during the specified time to receive all the special event bonuses.
That said, let’s take a look at all steps, tasks, and rewards for the Nothin’ Dull About Duskull Special Research. In addition, there are Timed Research and Field Research quests, so we’ve added them as well.
Nothin’ Dull About Duskull Community Day Research Tasks Rewards
Nothin’ Dull About Duskull 1/4
- Power up Pokemon 10 times: x15 PokeBall
- Catch 15 Duskull: Duskull
- Make 5 Nice Throws: x20 Duskull Candy
- Rewards: x2,000 Stardust, Duskull, and x1 Incense
Nothin’ Dull About Duskull 2/4
- Catch 15 Duskull: x30 Duskull Candy
- Transfer 10 Pokemon: Dusclops
- Evolve 3 Duskull: x15 Great Ball
- Rewards: 1,500 XP, Duskull, and x1 Incense
Nothin’ Dull About Duskull 3/4
- Make 3 Great Curveball Throws: x50 Duskull Candy
- Evolve 1 Dusclops: x1 Star Piece
- Transfer 10 Pokemon: x2 Sinnoh Stone
- Rewards: 2,500 XP, x1 Rocket Radar, and x15 Ultra Ball
Nothin’ Dull About Duskull 4/4
- Claim Reward: x2 Silver Pinap Berry
- Claim Reward: Duskull
- Claim Reward: 3,500 XP
- Rewards: x3,000 Stardust, Dusknoir, and x2 Rare Candy
Nothin’ Dull About Duskull Timed Research Tasks Rewards
- Power up Pokemon 5 times: x1 Sinnoh Stone
- Catch 5 Duskull: x1 Sinnoh Stone
- Rewards: x2 Sinnoh Stone, and Duskull
Nothin’ Dull About Duskull Field Research Tasks Rewards
- Catch 3 Duskull: Duskull, x5 Great Ball, x1 Golden Razz Berry, x2 Ultra Ball, x2 Pinap Berry, and 500 Stardust
Nothin’ Dull About Duskull Special Research Quest Storyline
Hey there, %PLAYERNAME%! Have you noticed an increase in Ghost-type Pokémon appearing lately? Because I sure have.
I was conducting some research in my lab recently when I felt a chill run up my spine – almost like something was watching me from the shadows
I whirled around to face my uninvited guest and saw a Pokémon floating eerily in the corner! Apparently startled by my gaze, it flew through the wall and escaped into the great outdoors. I haven’t seen it since.
Based on my brief glimpse of it and its quick escape, I believe my visitor was Duskull, the Requiem Pokémon. It’s known to silently sneak up on its prey by making itself invisible. It also has the ability to slip straight through thick walls.
Naturally, my goal now is to learn more about Duskull. Can you lend me a hand? Hopefully we can come to understand why it was sneaking around my lab!
Hey there, %PLAYERNAME%! Great work researching Duskull. While you were out, I actually had another eerie encounter in my lab.
I saw Duskull slipping through a wall to scare me again, so I shouted, “BOO!” before it could and turned the tables. It fled back through the wall – but then it reappeared and looked at me expectantly.
Thus began an impromptu game of peek-a-boo! It made me realize that Duskull may not get many chances to play with others because people are so quick to startle at its appearance. Makes you a bit sad, doesn’t it?
I wonder what else we can learn about Duskull. I know: Why don’t you try evolving your Duskull into Dusclops? Also known as the Beckon Pokémon, Dusclops apparently sucks everything in as if it were a black hole – so be careful of its mouth!
Wait, %PLAYERNAME%, you did WHAT? I was so sure I told you NOT to feed a Berry to Dusclops… But maybe I said the opposite by mistake? Yeah, my bad on that one.
But it just ate the Berry normally, huh? No danger of you getting sucked in as well? Fascinating… O-oh, and, er, quite relieving! Yes, glad to see you back in one piece.
Now, let’s learn more about Dusclops’s Evolution, Dusknoir. Known as the Gripper Pokémon, it’s said to steal people and Pokémon away at the behest of transmissions from the spirit world.
No one knows whether Dusknoir has a will of its own. Sounds like a Pokémon ripe for researching! Could you evolve your Dusclops for me so we can learn more?
Hey there, Trai – AAAH! G-G-G-GHOST! Behind you! It’s – Wait. Is that Dusknoir? Hah, sorry about that. It’s my first time seeing one!
No matter how spooky they may seem, we have to remember that Ghost-type Pokémon are Pokémon all the same. They’re looking for friends just like the rest of us!
Thanks for your help today, %PLAYERNAME%. I hope to see you and your Dusknoir again soon!