The Pokemon Go Community Day event is a one-of-a-kind event that every Trainer wants to participate in. This specific event is one of the most liked events in the mobile game, where Trainers have a chance to catch a highlighted Pokemon and its Shiny form during the six-hour time frame.
During Community Day, there is usually a highlighted Pokemon rarely seen in the wild, thus making it a great Pocket Monster to catch and get candies for further evolution or a power-up. If a Trainer stumbles upon a hundo, or better, a shundo, that will be a great thing. Plus, the chance of getting a Shiny version is increased during Community Day events.
Another thing that Trainers are looking forward to is the release of a new Shiny form of a Pokemon, which usually happens on Community Day, and it has a greater chance of the Pokemon turning into its Shiny form. Community Day is the event that increases both spawn and shiny rates of the chosen Pokemon. It is also the event where there are many bonuses, such as x2 Stardust, x2 Candy, and many more.
According to reports, the odds of getting a Shiny form during a Community Day event is around 1 in 25, which is great. This means it’s a lot easier to get a Shiny Pokemon during the Community Day hours, instead of a normal day.
The first Pokemon Go Community Day event went live on January 20, 2018, featuring Pikachu, its shiny forms, and Surf as the Special move. Since then, we have seen/participated in 46 Community Day events, the last one being October Duskull Community Day.
There are two more Community Day events in 2021, one in November and the last in December, so hopefully, we’re going to see new Shiny Pokemon and cool bonuses.
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