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Pokémon Go – Kanto Celebration Event: How to Complete Each Mission and Field Research



Pokémon Go – Kanto Celebration Event: How to Complete Each Mission and Field Research


The Kanto Celebration Event in Pokemon go is a continuation of the Gen 1 celebrations of the Pokémon Go: Kanto Tour.

There is not only one Limited Investigation of Kanto Celebration Event and a series of Field investigations to complete, but some of the Collection Challenges from the Pokémon Go: Kanto Tour can still be completed during the event.

These Collection Challenges will only be available to players who have purchased a ticket to the event; If you have one, you can complete the Challenges until Sunday, February 28 at 7:59 p.m. (local time).

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How to complete the ‘Kanto Celebration Event’ missions in Pokémon Go

Below you’ll find all the challenges and rewards for the Kanto Celebration Event Limited Research in Pokémon Go. This section contains spoilers, so if you prefer to be surprised, skip this section.

It is important to remember that this research will only be available during the Kanto Celebration Event and will be gone forever when the event ends.

Thanks to SilphScience from reddit for their help with the information!

‘Kanto Celebration Event’ Step 1 of 4

Rewards: 3 Frambu Berries, 40 Venasaur Mega Energy and an encounter with Onix

‘Kanto Celebration Event’ Step 2 of 4

Rewards: 1000 XP, 40 Mega Energy Charizard and an encounter with Grimer

‘Kanto Celebration Event’ Step 3 of 4

Rewards: 3 Pinia Berries, 40 Mega Blastoise Energy, and an encounter with Omanyte

‘Kanto Celebration Event’ Step 4 of 4

Rewards: 2500 XP, 1 Rare Candy and an encounter with Aerodactyl

Kanto Celebration Event Field Research Tasks and Rewards in Pokémon Go

You can get various field investigations exclusive to the Kanto Celebration Event that is taking place in Pokémon Go. These tasks are accomplished by spinning PokéStops and can be completed once the event is over.

Here are the Kanto Celebration Event Field Investigations and their rewards:

Thanks to SilphScience from reddit for their help with the information!

These tasks can only be found during the Kanto Celebration Event, so if you want one of the rewards be sure to spin PokéStops during the event.

Continue Collection Challenges during the Kanto Celebration Event in Pokémon Go

Some of the Collection Challenges from the Pokémon Go: Kanto Tour will remain active during the Kanto Celebration Event in Pokémon Go. You will have until Sunday, February 28 at 7:59 p.m. (local time) to complete them.

It is important to note that these Collection Challenges will only be available if you have purchased a ticket for the event.

These are the Collection Challenges that you can complete during the Kanto Celebration Event:

Everything you need to know about the Kanto Celebration Event in Pokémon Go

The Kanto Celebration Event in Pokémon Go has several bonuses that you can take advantage of, most notably the opportunity to teach certain Pokémon their exclusive Community Day attack.

If you evolve an Ivysaur, Charmeleon, Wartortle, Pichu, Eevee, or Dragonair during the event, the evolution will automatically learn its Community Day special attack. For more information, check out our Pokémon Go Community Day guide.

Gen 1 Pokemon will also appear often during the Kanto Celebration Event, with guest appearances in five-star raids from Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres.

Additionally, other Pokémon from the Kanto region will appear more often in the wild, aiding in completing the Collection Challenges of the Pokémon Go: Kanto Tour and Kanto’s own Pokédex.

Among the Pokémon that will appear most often in the wild are:

Pikachu.

If the Gen 1 Pokémon you’re looking for isn’t in the wild, you may have better luck luring it in with Frankincense. These Gen 1 Pokémon can be found using Incense during the Kanto Celebration Event:

Horsea.

Finally, both hatchling Pokémon and Gen 1 Pokémon will hatch from 5-kilometer Eggs. Among these Pokémon are:

Pichu.

All of these bonuses make the Kanto Celebration Event the perfect opportunity to fill in your missing entries in the first generation Pokédex.

Here’s everything you need to know about Go Beyond, including the arrival of the Gen 6 Pokémon from the Kalos region (X and Y), the level cap increase to 50, Legacy Challenge 40, the new Candy XL, and the Season of Celebration, which includes the arrival of the Deerling and Sawsbuck Forms, the Espurr Raid, and the Kalos Celebration Event.

We also have the new Field Investigations, two Community Days that retrieves all the Pokémon from the Community Days of 2019 and 2020; the classic Hours of Featured Pokémon and the start of Season 6 of the Go Fighting League. In addition, the monthly missions of Team Go Rocket are back with an interesting novelty along with some new Red Eggs ‘Strange’ and changes in the Pokémon lineup of Leaders Cliff, Arlo and Sierra as well as Giovanni.

Kanto Celebration Event date and time in Pokémon Go

The Kanto Celebration Event is a limited event that continues the celebrations of the Pokémon Go: Kanto Tour. Unlike the aforementioned event, all the unique features of the Kanto Celebration Event are open to all Pokémon Go players.

The Kanto Celebration Event and its limited research will be active from Sunday, February 21 at 10:00 a.m. to Saturday, February 27 at 8:00 p.m. (local time).

The Collection Challenges of the Pokémon Go: Kanto Tour will be available until Sunday, February 28 at 7:59 p.m., so you will have time to complete the remaining ones.

The Kanto Celebration Event limited research has four steps, each with three individual challenges. You will receive rewards for each challenge and for each step completed. Being a limited investigation, it will disappear once the event ends, so you will have to complete it before the end date if you want to get all the rewards.

We hope you enjoy the Kanto Celebration Event!