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Pokemon Go Is Bringing Three Legendaries Back Soon

You'll soon have another chance to catch Cresselia, Kyogre, and Groudon.


Pokemon Go's ongoing Extraordinary Raid Week event is set to wrap up today, May 28, giving players only a few more hours to battle new Raid bosses and earn extra bonuses. If that isn't enough to satisfy your Raid itch, however, Niantic has announced it is bringing three Legendary Pokemon back to Gyms very soon--and this time, you'll have a chance to encounter their Shiny forms.

Cresselia, Kyogre, and Groudon are all set to reappear as five-star Raids over the next few weeks. The Lunar Pokemon will be the first to return, appearing in Raids from May 27 to June 18. The Sea Basin Pokemon Kyogre will follow from June 18 to June 27, while Groudon is scheduled to appear from June 27 to July 10.

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It's rare to see the aforementioned three Legendaries in Pokemon Go, so if you missed previous chances to catch them, this is a good opportunity to add them to your collection. Each one also only has a single type, which should make it easier to prepare a team to counter them. The Psychic-type Cresselia is weak to Bug, Dark, and Ghost Pokemon; the Water-type Kyogre is vulnerable to Grass and Electric Pokemon; and the Ground-type Groudon has a disadvantage against Grass, Water, and Ice Pokemon.

In the meantime, you still have a chance to catch Azelf, Mesprit, and Uxie. The Legendary lake trio left Raid Battles on May 27, but it is still possible to come across the Pokemon in the wild--although the chance of encountering them this way is exceptionally rare. Each Legendary is also currently exclusive to a specific region, so there's no word if or when they'll rotate to other parts of the world.

Niantic has also announced the date of Pokemon Go's next Community Day. June's event is scheduled to take place on Saturday, June 8, and the featured Pokemon this time will be Slakoth, the adorable sloth originally from Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire. On top of increased Slakoth spawns, Pokemon Eggs will hatch at a quarter of the distance they normally require during the event.

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