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[Event] The Grass-Types are Taking Over (a Pokémon GO Event)

Remember back in March when Pokémon GO had the Water Festival event? Well this weekend it’s having a Grass-type themed instead and we’ve got all the official details right here:

Remember back in March when Pokémon GO had the Water Festival event? Well this weekend it’s having a Grass-type themed instead and we’ve got all the official details right here:

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Worldwide bloom this Weekend:

(4th of May, 2017)

 

Trainers,

Professor Willow’s research into Pokémon habitats around the world has uncovered some interesting findings. His initial reports indicate that we’ll see an influx of Grass-type Pokémon sometime this weekend. These Pokémon will appear in the wild more frequently starting the afternoon of May 5, but only for a short period of time. We anticipate that Pokémon will return to their normal habitats on May 8, 2017 PDT.

Help us contribute to Professor Willow’s ongoing research by catching as many Grass-type Pokémon as possible this weekend. While you’re out with friends and family, don’t forget to document your findings using the Pokémon GO AR camera and share your screenshots on social media using #PokemonGO.

 

The Pokémon GO team

 

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I lost interest in Pokémon GO a long time ago, so I sure won’t be taking part, but what about you guys? Just how many of you continue to play it and for those of you who do, do you still enjoy it as much as you used to? Let us know!!

 

Source: pokemongolive.com

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