Trainers, the Mudkip Community Day Classic event has started and new Special Research is now available to complete. Please have in mind that only ticket holders can access and complete the tasks and rewards.
The second Pokemon Go Community Day Classic event brings Mudkip as the featured Pokemon, its shiny forms, new special move, exclusive Field Research, and Special Research quest. The Mudkip Community Day Special Research has four stages, each stage with different tasks, rewards, and Pokemon encounters.
That said, let’s take a look at all tasks and rewards for the Mudkip Community Day Classic Special Research. Also, we added the quest storyline under all stages, so those who are interested to learn more, feel free to check it out.
Mudkip Community Day Classic Research
Mudkip Community Day Classic Stage 1
- Power up Pokemon 10 times: 15 Poke Ball
- Catch 15 Mudkip: Mudkip
- Make 5 Nice Throws: 20 Mudkip Candy
- Rewards: 2000 Stardust, Mudkip, and 1 Incense
Mudkip Community Day Classic Stage 2
- Catch 15 Mudkip: 30 Mudkip Candy
- Transfer 10 Pokemon: Marshtomp
- Evolve 3 Mudkip: 10 Pinap Berry
- Rewards: 1500 XP, Mudkip, and 1 Incense
Mudkip Community Day Classic Stage 3
- Make 3 Great Curveball Throws: 50 Mudkip Candy
- Evolve 1 Masrshtomp: 1 Star Piece
- Transfer 10 Pokemon: 15 Great Ball
- Rewards: 2500 XP, 1 Rocket Radar, and 15 Ultra Ball
Mudkip Community Day Classic Stage 4
- Claim Reward: 2 Silver Pinap Berry
- Claim Reward: Mudkip
- Claim Reward: 3500 XP
- Rewards: 3000 Stardust, Swampert, and 2 Rare Candy
Mudkip Community Day Classic Special Research Story
Hello, %PLAYERNAME%! You’ve caught me at a curious time. You see, I was just out for a walk, thinking about how much I’d love to see a Mudkip, when-wouldn’t you know it-I came across a whole mess of them!
Did you know that Mudkip sleep by burying themselves in soil at the water’s edge? Sounds adorable, right?
One of the many things that’s always impressed me about Mudkip is how strong it is in spite of its size.
When faced with a tight situation in battle, Mudkip will unleash its amazing power. It can even crush rocks much bigger than itself!
It would be less than ideal if all these Mudkip were to do that right now… And yet, the researcher in me is curious to see it happen! Haha!
Anyway, what do you say we do a bit of research on Mudkip, %PLAYERNAME%?
Welcome back, %PLAYERNAME%. I see you’ve brought a Mudkip with you-nice work!
Using the fin on its head, Mudkip senses the flow of water to keep track of what’s going on around it.
I got a bit too close during my observations earlier, and those Mudkip splashed mud all over my coat! Which actually got me thinking about Mudkip’s Evolution, Marshtomp.
Living on muddy ground that provides poor footing has made Marshtomp’s legs sturdy.
And because it’s used to such slippery surfaces, Marshtomp can quickly overwhelm foes mired in mud.
While I clean my coat off, why don’t you try evolving your Mudkip so you can see Marshtomp firsthand, %PLAYERNAME%?
I knew I should’ve brought an extra coat with me… Ah! Welcome back, %PLAYERNAME%. That’s a very sturdy-looking Marshtomp you have with you.
Don’t you think it’s inspiring how Pokémon thrive in all sorts of environments? Mudkip and Marshtomp seem like an especially versatile bunch.
Now, I have some exciting news. I caught a glimpse of some Swampert-Marshtomp’s Evolution-while you were away!
Swampert can not only break boulders into pieces with one swing of its arms, but it can also predict storms by sensing subtle differences in the sounds of waves and tidal winds with its fins!
I tend to get so engrossed in my research that I lose track of my surroundings, so having a Swampert around might be just what I need.
…What’s that? I could just try to pay a bit more attention myself? Well, I suppose that’s an option… But not quite as fun, don’t you think? Haha!
Why don’t you try evolving your Marshtomp, %PLAYERNAME%?
Wow, %PLAYERNAME%! It’s hard to believe that Swampert of yours was once a tiny, adorable Mudkip. Pokémon really are incredible!
Swampert tend to make nests near beautiful beaches, and it’s strong enough to tow a large ship.
I guess you know which Pokémon to bring with you on your next beach vacation, eh?
You know, the last time I saw Mudkip appearing en masse like they are today, I also saw all manner of Trainers out exploring and researching, too.
It always fills me with joy to see everyone having fun with Pokémon. I hope you’ve enjoyed yourself today as well!
As for me, I think it’s time I stomp on home. I’ll be in touch!