The season of mischief ends with a flurry of activity as the months of celebration come to an end with the unveiling of Hoopa Unbound. It’s a more powerful form of Genie Pokémon and is linked to the Hoopa, which was introduced in September. The closing event runs from November 26th, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. November 29th offering an activity for players over Black Friday weekend.
With the final quest of the season, players can change Hoopa’s shape. To do this, the players need 50 Hoopa Candy and 10,000 stardust. To change it back to Hoopa Confined, players need 10 Hoopa Candy and 2,000 Stardust. The shape-changing mechanism was presented with Furfrou during Fashion Week.
Hoopa Unbound is a potentially strong Pokémon with a high attack value but medium defensive and stamina values. That makes it a good Pokémon to attack, but don’t expect it to last too long in Raids or even Go Battle League games. It would be best to use this as a finisher with an opponent’s shields in PvP. The best thing about Hoopa Unbound is that its typing is dark and psychological, which makes it a one of a kind matchup. His access to the Fast Move Confusion and the Charge Moves Shadow Ball and Dark Pulse give him an advantage over Psycho-type Pokémon.
The big problem players face is getting hoopa candy to recharge. Unless players keep walking the Pokémon or using rare candy on it, it will be difficult to level up the Pokémon to make it effective in raids.
Players have a chance to progress through December 1st at 9:59 am to do in the history of special research. Then the season of nonsense ends. If they are unable to complete the previous series of quests, they can pick up an Unbound Mischief Research Quest in the shop for $ 4.99 until December 1st. If trainers have a Hoopa and still want to buy the ticket, they can complete the special research twice and earn double rewards and more Hoopa Candy.
The finale is remarkable for the raid hours and bonuses. Hoopa gives players more chances to catch Legends and their shiny versions that they may have missed this year. Here is the line-up from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Hours:
November 26th: Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres (All can shine.)
November 27th: Heatran (Shiny Available)
November 28th: Regirock, Regice and Registeel (All can shine.)
November 29th: Cobalion, Terrakion and Virizion (Everyone can shine.)
While these bonuses aren’t as good as Shinx Community Day, the unbound bonuses of double transfer drops and double catch XP are decent. If players are trying to fortify some Pokémon who are having trouble getting candy, this is a good time to send them to Professor Willow. For players looking to level up, now is a good time to burst the balls and earn some much-needed XP.
In addition, the players will find four Spotlight Hours throughout the final. From noon to 1 p.m., players will see the following pocket monsters galore:
November 26th: Rattata (shiny available)
November 27th: Sableye (shiny available)
November 28th: Pikachu (Shiny Available)
November 29: Beldum (shiny available)
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Of the four, Sableye and Beldum are the most useful. Sableye is a monster in Big League PvP. It also has a mega evolution that could come in the future. Meanwhile, Beldum transforms into the pseudo-legendary metagross. It’s a powerful steel and clairvoyant type that is useful in both raids and the Go Battle League. Rattata and Pikachu are fine, but players will mostly be on the lookout for shiny versions of these Pokémon.
Last but not least, players will receive a Hoopa T-shirt for their avatars when they complete the Unbound Special Research of Mischief. It can also be purchased after the event.
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