Pokémon GO Power Hub Event: Pokémon Debuts, Wild Encounters, and Raids


Pokémon GO Power Hub Event: Pokémon Debuts, Wild Encounters, and Raids

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Guide to the Central Power event in Pokémon Go, with the debut of Helioptile and other more frequent Electric encounters this week.

Pokémon GO, the popular Niantic AR game, debuted more than five years ago, but continues to attract players. Capturing Pokémon that are in the “real” world may not be that innovative anymore, but Niantic has introduced lots of temporary events to keep your players entertained.

Now there are also seasons, which last three months. The current one is Legacy Season, which tells its own story with short events introducing new Pokémon, more frequent encounters with wild Pokémon, and other bonuses.

The story continues with the event power station, inspired by the Kanto and Kalos power plants, in which the last lock on the cave door is unlocked. Find out about it all in this pokemon go guide central power event.

Pokémon GO Power Hub Event: Pokémon Debuts, Wild Encounters, and Raids

The story of the Legacy Season continues. Spark had a feeling that they needed an Electric-type Pokémon to open the last seamer. Therefore, you should catch Electric-type Pokémon while it investigates how to open the door.

Duration

between wednesday January 19 and the Tuesday February 1 at 10:00 (local time).

Pokemon

Stay tuned for the event to catch the following Pokémon. Those marked with * indicate that they can also be output in various colors (shiny).

pokemon debuts

  • Helioptile
  • Heliolisk (evolve it with 50 Helioptile candies and a sun stone)

wild pokemon encounters

  • Magnemite*
  • grinder*
  • Voltorb*
  • Electabuzz*
  • Porygon*
  • Trubbish*
  • Helioptile
  • Electrode (rare)
  • Jolteon (rare)

1 star raids

  • Pikachu*
  • Beldum*
  • Shinx*
  • blitzle*
  • Klink*

3 star raids

Between January 15 and 24

  • Scythe*
  • Typhlosion
  • Mawile*
  • Druddigon*

Between January 24 and February 1

  • Dewgong
  • Piloswine
  • Monferno
  • Druddigon*

5 star raids

Between January 15 and 24

  • Genesect (FulgoROM) (knows Techno Shock attack)

Between January 34 and February 1

  • Regice (knows Thunder attack)

Field Research Task Encounters

  • Magnemite*
  • Voltorb*
  • electricity*
  • Joltic
  • Helioptile
  • Alolan Grimer* (Rare)
  • Trubbish* (rare)
  • Emolga (rare)

The Central Power event will last until February 1.

From Monday, January 24 at 00:00 the event will begin A bad feeling…, in which Spark will sense that something unexpected is about to happen. Team Go Rocket will appear more often at PokéStops, and you can use a Charged TM to make Shadow Pokémon forget the Frustration attack.

Here are other Pokémon Go guides: How to catch Ditto in Pokémon Go in January 2021, guide for Bulbasaur Community Day (January 2022), the new shiny Pokémon in the Johto Tour and How to activate the 60 and 120 fps in Pokémon GO.


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