Pokemon Go Community Day: Fingers on or hands off? Pokemon Priority List

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The Community Day in December 2022 in Pokémon Go is divided into two and extends over two days, during which the wild spawns of Pokémon in particular are different. Furthermore, some Pokémon only appear in raids or hatch from eggs. You can find out a detailed overview of what exactly rules apply on Community Day our guide to Pokemon Go Community Day December 2022. Below we give you a brief overview of the Pokémon that you want to catch for PvP or PvE. Of course, shiny hunters grab as many Pokémon as they can get in front of the Pokéball – remember to clear out your Pokébox and inventory beforehand.

For those who value combat prowess, PvP players are more likely to hunt on Saturdays, while PvE trainers are more likely to hunt on Sundays. Detailed explanations can be found below. If you just want a priority list, then take the following at hand:

Be sure to catch and evolve during the event period

  • chewing malate
  • capuno
  • hydropi
  • Bulbasaur
  • pebbles

Be sure to catch (not evolve) during the event period

  • lightel
  • Dratini
  • wablu
  • Roselia

On Saturday, December 17, 2022, between 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m., the following Pokémon will appear in the wild: Sandan, Alolan Sandan, Alolan Smallstone, Hopspawn, Seamops, and Velursi, as well as the three Classic Community Day Pokémon Bulbasaur, Dratini and Hydropi. For which of them do you want to go out and for what reasons?

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Alolan Kleinstein – not recommended

Alolan Geowaz does not benefit in any way from the Waltz Instant Attack, so develop it outside of Community Day times, if at all.

Alola Sandan for PvP

While a regular Sandamer doesn’t matter, Alolan Sandamer with its Dark Claw attack is quite good for Super League.

Bulbasaur for PvE and PvP

Venusaur with the exclusive charge attack Flora Statue is still a board in the corresponding Raid Battles and can be made into Mega Venusaur on top of that. It also cuts a fine figure in PvP in the Hyperliga.

Dratini for PvE and PvP

Dragoran is good in both PvE and PvP, even if it’s not necessarily an absolute stunner in either discipline. You should also avoid the Community Day loading attack with Dragoran, i.e. develop it before or after the event period. Draco Meteor just isn’t the best choice for Dragonite.

Hydropi for PvE and PvP

A Sumpex with Aqua Howitzer is a hit in PvE, especially now that Mega Evolution has also become available. And also in every battle league class Sumpex is among the best Pokémon.

Whoops – no recommendation

With the Instant Attack Fairy Breeze and the Charged Attack Acrobatics, Papungha can hold its ground quite well in the Super League, but it’s not a must-have.

Sea Pug for PvP

Walraisa isn’t very good in PvE, but is a blast in Battle League, Super League and Hyper League with the Instant Attack Powder Snow and the exclusive Charged Attack Ice Spear.

Sandan – no recommendation

Sandamer doesn’t play a role in PvE, nor in PvE with the exclusive Night Slash Charged Attack.

Velursi – no recommendation

For Community Day with Velursi, it was great that the Pokémon finally became available as a Shiny. In PvP or PvE, however, Kosturso plays no role.