Certain stone and steel Pokemon will appear more frequently in the game from January 7 to January 13
Pokemon Go’s Legacy Season continues this week with a brand new event called Mountains of Power. The event kicks off on January 7th and features an increased spawn count of stone, steel, and other Pokemon, as well as special in-game rewards and new Time Research quests to complete. Here’s what you need to know about the event.
Mountains of Power schedule
The Mountains of Power event kicks off at 10 a.m. local time on Jan. 7 and runs until 8 p.m. local time on Jan. 13.
Throughout the Mountains of Power event, rock, steel and other Pokemon typically found in caves and mountains will spawn in the wild more frequently than usual, including Geodude, Onix, Nosepass and Ferroseed. Certain Pokemon will also appear in one- and three-star raids, while the legendary Heatran will be featured in five-star raids. You can see a list of featured Pokemon below:
- Alolan Geodude
- Mega Aerodactyl
In addition to the featured Pokemon spawns, a special in-game bonus will be active during the Mountains of Power event. The amount of distance you need to walk to earn hearts with your buddy Pokemon will be reduced by half for the duration of the event, making it much easier to earn buddy hearts.
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