Pokemon GO: in November Community Day on Teddiursa!



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Pokemon GO: in November Community Day on Teddiursa!

Niantic has announced a brand new Community Day arriving in November on Pokémon GO: the protagonist will be Teddiursa, which will be able to evolve in its final stage in Ursaluna, the Pokémon Peat. Evolve Ursaring during a full moon to receive an Ursaluna.

The event is scheduled from 14:00 to 17:00 on Saturday 12 November 2022, local time. the Pokémon Bear will be the protagonist of this new event. The full moon will take center stage. This particular phenomenon will be present from 2:00 pm on Saturday 12 November 2022 to 6:00 am on Sunday 13 November 2022.

As long as the full moon is visible, you can evolve Ursaring into Ursaluna. Once it is no longer visible, you will no longer be able to evolve Ursaring into Ursaluna until the next full moon.

The bonuses of the event

By evolving this Teddiursa during the event, we will be able to obtain an Ursaluna, an evolved form of Ursaring, with the High Horsepower, Earth-type charged attack.
Instead of the usual special Community Day pack that can only be purchased once, Ursaring will be present in the four-star raids, along with unique stickers for the event.

The aroma activated during the event will last for three hours. For $ 0.99 we will be able to access the exclusive Community Day special research story: A Sweet Snack.

Who is Teddiursa

Teddiursa are small mammalian Pokémon that resemble bear cubs.

They have short orange-brown fur covering their body, except for their mouth and crescent moon on their heads, which are light brown. They have small, round bodies with short limbs and a short, puffy tail. The Teddiursa have circular eyes with a blue iris, three claws on the front legs, and two on the hind legs, under which there is a circular yellow pad.

It is said that when the Teddiursa find honey, the crescent moon over their heads lights up. They are also known to extract their honey from Beedrill fruit or pollen. Teddiursa tend to lick their paws as they absorb this substance.