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Pokémon GO's Next Community Day Will Feature Roselia

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We now know which Pokémon will grace Pokémon GO's next Community Day.

On the Pokémon GO blog, it was announced that Roselia will be the featured Pokémon in the game's next Community Day. The event will take place on February 7th, and will run from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. local time. During this time, Roselia will appear in the wild more often, with there being a chance of encountering a Shiny one. If trainers evolve Roselia during the event or up to two hours after, they will receive a Roserade that will know the Charged Attack Weather Ball (Fire-type), as well as the Fast Attack Bullet Seed. Budew will also hatch from 2 km Eggs. 

During next month's Community Day, there will also special event-exclusive Timed Research, which will reward players with Sinnoh Stones upon completion. For $1, gamers will be able to access the Roselia Community Day-exclusive Special Research Story, Stop and Smell the Roselia. Those who purchase a ticket for the Pokémon GO Tour: Kanto by February 3rd will get a ticket for free. There will also be a special one-time purchase Roselia Community Day Box available for 1,280 PokeCoins. The box will feature and Elite Fast TM, four Incense, four Super Incubators, and 30 Ultra Balls. 

Pokémon GO is currently in the midst of its Season of Celebration. During this time, there will be events celebrating the different regions of the Pokémon world. During this time, players may receive Growlithe and Wingull from 2 km Eggs, and will receive Baltoy and Ducklett from 5 km Eggs. Seel, Aron, and Elgyem will no longer hatch from Eggs. Those who live in the Northern Hemisphere will encounter Alolan Sandshrew, Alolan Vulpix, Seel, Lapras, Teddiursa, Winter Form Deerling, and others during the Season. Those who live in the Southern Hemisphere will encounter Growlithe, Shuckle, Electrike, Burmy, Darumaka, Summer Form Deerling, and others more often. The Season will last until March 1st. 

Pokémon GO is available now for mobile devices. 

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