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Pokemon Go Valentine's Day Event Now Live, Adds Munna And Musharna

PoGo's Valentine's Day event runs from February 14-18 and gives players their first chance to get the Gen 5 Pokemon Munna and Musharna.


Pokemon Go's Valentine's Day event is now underway until February 18. As part of this year's festivities, the Gen 5 Pokemon Munna and its evolved form, Musharna, will be available for the first time in Pokemon Go, and there will be various other Pokemon spawns and in-game bonuses.

Throughout the event, the following Pokemon will appear in the wild more frequently than usual:

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  • Nidoran (F)
  • Nidoran (M)
  • Plusle
  • Minun
  • Volbeat
  • Illumise
  • Luvdisc
  • Feebas
  • Munna

On top of that, the following Pokemon will be hatching from 5 km eggs:

  • Eevee
  • Cleffa
  • Igglybuff
  • Togepi
  • Luvdisc
  • Munna
  • Woobat
  • Cottonee

In addition, the Legendary Eon Pokemon Latios and Latias will both be available in five-star Raids again, and any Kirlia that you evolve into Gardevoir or Gallade during the event will know the previously Community Day-exclusive move Synchronoise. There will also be event-exclusive Field Research tasks that will lead to encounters with Ralts, Volbeat, Illumise, Alomomola, and Spinda with a heart pattern, as well as a Valentine's Day Collection Challenge that will reward you with five Silver Pinap Berries, a Lucky Egg, and other items.

Finally, you'll have an increased chance to become Lucky Friends with another player during the Valentine's Day event, and Pokemon you receive in trades will have an increased chance of being Lucky. Niantic is also temporarily increasing trading distance to 40 km, and you'll be more likely to get berries in gifts you receive from other players.

The Valentine's Day event runs until 8 PM local time on February 18. You can read more details on the official Pokemon Go blog.

That's not all that's happening in Pokemon Go this week. New Field Research tasks and rewards are now live in the game until the end of this month. Niantic is also hosting a big Pokemon Go Tour: Kanto event this Saturday, February 20, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the original Pokemon Red and Green versions, with a Kanto Celebration event set to follow from February 21-27.

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