This article is based on an article from the Japanese edition of Engadget and was created using the translation tool Deepl.
Pokémon GO has announced its Community Day event for December 2020, which will take place over a two-day weekend on Saturday, December 12 and Sunday, December 13. Throughout the event, all Pokémon featured in Community Day events throughout 2019 and 2020 will be appearing more frequently in the wild and in raids.
Community Day, a monthly event in Pokémon Go, is a monthly event in which certain selected Pokémon appear frequently for a certain amount of time only. It's also important to learn special moves by evolving them in time.
Starting with Pikachu in January 2018, it has been a regular Community Day until November, with a special Community Day (Super Community Day, Celebration) in December when past Pokémon reappear.
Pokémon that will show up at this year's special Community Day in December 2020 are "Pokémon featured in Community Day events throughout 2019 and 2020".
All of them reappeared at the special Community Day in December 2019, including those for 2018. Including them would mean all Community Day Pokémon since 2018, but since it purposely says "2019 and 2020," it seems safe to assume that last December was the exception, with 22 Pokémon reappearing for 11 x 2 years.
2019 Community Day:
Totodile, Swinub, Treecko, Torchic, Mudkip, Ralts, Slakoth, Trapinch, Bagon, Turtwig, Chimchar
2020 Community Day:
Piplup, Rhyhorn, Abra, Seedot, Weedle, Gastly, Magikarp, Porygon, Charmander, Electabuzz, Magmar
In 2020, Abra's round in March was postponed and held in April, but the event was held twice a month in November with Electabuzz and Magmar, making a total of 11 species. Charmander is back for the first time, having been selected for Community Day in 2018 as well.
More details about the December Community Day hours, specific structure, bonuses, and other details will be announced in the future.
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