Pokémon GO: Poll – Which Community Day did you like the most in 2021?

In Pokémon GO, the last Community Day for this year is now over. Before 2021 ends, we would like to review the year with you and know which C-Day you thought was the best.

What is it about? Numerous events take place in Pokémon GO throughout the year. For example, 2021 brought you a Kanto tour in February and the huge Pokémon GO festival in July. But of course the monthly Community Day was also a must.

Now the year is almost over and we want to look back with you on the past Community Days and know from you which one was the best for you in 2021.

Which Community Day did you think was the best?

Pokémon GO had a total of 11 different Pokémon ready for you from January to November. In December, the grand finale in terms of C-Days took place. In addition to the 11 monsters that you were able to catch this year, this brought you 14 more Pokémon from the Community Days of 2020.

But which of these events did you like the most? We have embedded a survey for you below, in which you can anonymously vote for your favorites:

Of course, we would be delighted if you could tell us in the comments why you decided on this Community Day.

Which Community Days were there in 2021?

What is a Community Day? Community Day is usually a one to two-day event that focuses on a specific Pokémon. This spawns more frequently during the event time and the shiny chance is then increased for the monster.

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Community Day takes place once a month. In addition to the said Pokémon, it also still brings you one or the other bonus. This can be a shortened hatching distance, an XP or stardust bonus or special exchange bonuses. The following monsters were the focus of Community Day in 2021:

Machollo

In January, Community Day in Pokémon GO revolved around the fighting Pokémon Machollo. You can develop this into macho via Maschok and it received the event attack counter-attack during the event. Machollo also brought you triple stardust for catching Pokémon.

Machollo

Roselia

In February you met Roselia for C-Day. The Plant and Poison Pokémon can be further developed into Roserade, which learned the Ball Seed and Meteorologist as exclusive attacks during the event. As a special bonus, the hatching distance for eggs has been reduced to a quarter.

Roselia

Dartiri

Dartiri, a normal and flight type Pokémon, followed in March. The 6th generation monster can be developed into Fiaro via Dartignis. During Community Day, Fiaro learned the special cremation attack. It also earned you triple Catch XP that day.

Dartiri

Serpifeu

The plant-type Pokémon Serpifeu brought you triple stardust when you caught it during Community Day in April. In addition, his last advancement received the Serpiroyal Flora Statue as an event attack.

Serpifeu

Wablu

In May you met the Pokémon Wablu during this event. The monster comes from the 3rd generation, is of the normal and flight type and can be further developed into Altaria. Altaria was able to learn the special attack “moon violence” on C-Day. In addition, the eggs hatched four times as quickly that day.

Wablu

Kaumalat

In June, the little dragon-and-ground Pokémon Kaumalat made the game unsafe. So it brought you the triple EP while catching. If you also developed Kaumalat via Knarksel to Knakrack that day, then the monster received the event attack Earth Forces.

Kaumalat

Floink

On Community Day in July you met the fire pig Floink. Along with Serpifeu and Ottaro, it is one of the starter Pokémon of the Einall region. If you developed it during the event via Ferkokel to Flambirex, then the last development received Lohekanonade as a special attack. There was also triple stardust for catching.

Floink

Evoli

August then brought you an encounter with Eevee. The first generation Pokémon is of the Normal type and can fall back on eight different developments. During the event, they were able to learn the following special attacks:

  • Aquana: Siedewasser
  • Blitz: Blitzkanone
  • Flamara: Power Colossus
  • Psiana: Spukball
  • Nachtara: Psychokinesis
  • Folipurba: ball seeds
  • Glaziola: Aquawelle
  • Feelinara: Psychokinese
Evoli

In contrast to the other C-Days, this ran for two whole days. On both days you could look forward to eggs hatching four times as quickly. You can read which tricks you can use to develop Eevee in our corresponding article:

Ottaro

The water Pokémon Ottaro then took center stage in September. If you have developed it further to Admurai via Zwottronin, then it has learned the attack Aqua Dove. There was also triple XP for catching monsters.

Ottaro

Twilight

Just in time for the Halloween season, the ghost Pokémon Twisted Light was up to mischief. His last advancement, Zwirrfinst, learned the special Haunted Ball attack on this day, if you developed it. There was also free limited research and triple stardust when caught.

Twilight

Sheinux

For the last regular Community Day in November 2021, Sheinux was the focus. The electric Pokémon can be further developed via Luxio to Luxtra, which learned psychobiter that day.

In addition to a four times faster hatching time, this event also brought you triple sweets when sending, a four times higher chance of getting XL sweets when sending, 3 free raid passes and 25% less stardust costs when exchanging.

Sheinux

Community Day Dezember

The Community Day in December should then be the culmination of the C-Days 2021. Therefore, this also took place on two days. In the wilderness you could meet all the monsters of the Community Days from 2021.

In addition, the C-Day Pokémon from 2020 could be found in raids and 2 km eggs: Charmander, Hornliu, Abra, Nebulak, Rhyhorn, Magikarp, Porygon, Elekid, Elektek, Magby, Magmar, Samurzel, Plinfa and Knospi . Of course, all monsters were able to learn their usual event attacks for this event as well.

This Community Day also had a multitude of bonuses in store for you, such as double stardust and XP when catching, half a hatching distance for eggs, reduced stardust costs when exchanging, another special exchange per day and free, limited research.

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How did you like the Community Days 2021? What monsters and bonuses do you wish for in the coming year? Feel free to write us your opinions and experiences in the comments and let us know why you chose this one C-Day in our survey.

In the new year, the events in Pokémon GO continue diligently. We took a look at which spawns, shinys and bonuses await you on the Johto tour.

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