The Mischief Season Pokémon GO begins this Wednesday, September 1. As is usual in the Niantic game for iOS and Android, from now until next December 1, a multitude of news awaits us, such as the arrival of Hoopa, as well as rotations in the creatures that we can find at the territorial level; from the Lake Trio (Azelf, Uxie, Mesprit) to Pokémon that only appear in one hemisphere. Let’s review all those changes plus the rotations in the Eggs, which also have rotation.
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Wild Pokémon depending on their area or territory
Due to the change of season, many Pokémon will begin to appear only in one of the hemispheres or in specific areas of cities and towns. Here we break down the information revealed at the moment:
- Cities: Shuppet, Trubbish, Gothita and more.
- Forests: Teddiursa, Shelmet, Karrablast and more.
- Mountains: Geodude, Rhyhorn, Slugma and more.
- Proximities to the water: Krabby, Horsea, Mantine and more.
Pokémon that we can only find in one of the hemispheres
- Northern Hemisphere: Jigglypuff, Slowpoke, Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile, Bidoof, Deerling (fall) and more.
- Southern Hemisphere: Clefairy, Roselia, Snivy, Tepig, Oshawott, Tympole, Deerling (spring) and more.
Pokémon that will hatch from Eggs:
- 2 km Eggs: Female Nidoran, Male Nidoran, Barboach, Drifloon and many more.
- 5 km Eggs: Seel, Pineco, Sableye, Chingling and many more.
- 10 km eggs: Audino, Mienfoo and many more.
Sinnoh Lake Trio Pokémon in 5-Star Raids:
- Uxie (Asia-Pacific)
- Mesprit (Europe, Middle East, Africa and India)
- Azelf (America and Greenland)
Source | Pokémon GO Live