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‘GO Battle Night’ postponed in Pokemon Go – everything we know so far

Published: 23/Sep/2020 22:45

by Paul Cot

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There’s something new and exciting coming in GO Battle League Season 4. GO Battle Night is exactly what GBL enthusiasts have wanted for a while now.

“Hone your skills and prove your mettle against your fellow Pokémon GO Trainers with one night of glorious battles,” the Pokemon Company shared on their blog. Whether you’re an ultra competitive Pokemon Go PvP player looking to boost your wins or just want to try out some new Pokemon, GO Battle Night is the perfect opportunity to do so.

Update: GO Battle Night along with the Flying Cup has been postponed. A new date has yet to be scheduled.

Hopefully we will get a new date soon, however. Trainers will be wary though, as we’re still waiting for that Lugia Aeroblast event!

Start time

GO Battle Night will take place on Thursday, September 24 at 6pm in your local time. It will run for nearly six hours until 11:59pm.

We’re not sure why it finishes at 59 minutes past the hour but maybe six hours is just too long!

What happens in GO Battle Night?

If it wasn’t obvious by the name, there will be a lot of battling in GO Battle League. During the event window you’ll be able to complete up to 20 sets of GBL matches. That’s up to 100 battles!

In addition to that, you’ll receive twice the Stardust for winning a battle, completing sets and even ranking up. If you combine this with using a Star Piece, you can really rack up the Stardust during this event.

Another bonus of GO Battle Night is that if you evolve Pidgeotto into Pidgeot, it will know the Fast Move Gust. This is a notable improvement on its other flying-type Fast Move Air Slash as it has the same EPT of 3 but improves its DPT to 4.

Pidgeot Mega Evolution
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Pidgeot is one of the few Pokemon you can Mega Evolve in Pokemon Go…

Flying cup

As the name suggests, the all-new Flying Cup competition is only eligible for flying-type Pokemon. There is also a limit of 1,500 CP.

At this stage it isn’t clear whether the Flying Cup will run in parallel with Great League. Trainers will of course be hoping they do, though.

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Where to find new Regi-Pokemon, Regieleki Regidrago, in the Crown Tundra

Published: 23/Oct/2020 16:47 Updated: 23/Oct/2020 16:57

by Paul Cot

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The Pokemon Sword and Shield Crown Tundra DLC has brought an array of new and returning Legendary Pokemon with some brand new Regi-Pokemon among them. Here’s where you can find Regieleki and Regidrago.

The original Regis were introduced all the way back in the Hoenn region. Since then, there hasn’t been any new ones released, so the addition of Regieleki and Regidrago will certainly be welcomed.

They are only available in the Crown Tundra portion of Pokemon Sword and Shield. Fortunately you can get them almost immediately, which is in contrast to the story driven process of catching Calyrex.

The Terrible Titans Lurking Locked Away

Before we can get these exciting new Regi ‘mons though, we’ll need to catch the originals. They can be found in temples throughout the Crown Tundra, and unlike in Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, they are easy to encounter.

Here’s Regirock, Regice and Registeel’s temple locations:

  • Regirock: Northeast of Dyna Tree Hill
  • Regice: Snowslide Slope
  • Registeel: West of Giant’s Bed
Regirock Regice Registeel Crown Tundra
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Regirock, Regice and Registeel are actually pretty easy to get hold of in the Crown Tundra…

Catch Regirock, Regice and Registeel first

When you reach any of the above locations, you will be given a small puzzle to solve. Don’t worry, as we said before you don’t need to be a Pokemon master to solve these.

When opening Regirock’s temple in Dyna Tree Hill you’ll be greeted with the message: “Let the first Pokemon hold a never-changing stone.” Sounds complicated, right? Wrong.

Simply give the first Pokemon in your party an Everstone and you’ll be granted access to the temple.

Meanwhile, Regice’s temple asks you to “Walk together with a living crystal of snow.” So, to open the temple, you’ll need to make a Cryogonal your Buddy Pokemon.

By sheer coincidence (not so much), there’ll be one outside in the closest patch of grass. Buddy up with one and you’ll be encountering Regice in no time.

Lastly, there is the formidable Registeel. This is even easier than the first two as the message, “Let ring the piercing note that will wake the giant of steel,” requires nothing more than a whistle.

That seems an overly simplistic way to awaken one of the strongest Legendary Pokemon, but we’re not complaining. Each temple has a pattern of Regi dots on the floor. To begin the encounter of each Regi, light up all of these by walking across them – it really is that simple!

Regieleki OR Regidrago

Unsurprisingly finding Regieleki and Regidrago isn’t as easy. Firstly head over to the Giant’s Foot within the Crown Tundra.

Eventually, you’ll come to a tunnel overlooking a lake, these are the Roaring-Sea Caves. Jump on your aquatic bike and make your way down there.

This will take you to an area called the Frigid Sea. You’ll need to jump back in the water very quickly, making your way to the land opening to your right. Try to avoid the Avaluggs which are disguised as icebergs!

Keep making your way round to find the temple where Regieleki and Regidrago reside. Unfortunately, you cannot get both of these Pokemon, at least within the same save file. So, you’ll need to make a tough choice between the electric or dragon-type Regi.

Regieleki Regidrago Pattern
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Use the pattern on the left to encounter Regieleki, and the one on the right for Regidrago…

The temple – Split-Decision Ruins

As you approach the temple, there is a Pokeball on either side. The one on the left contains the TM Thunder and the one on the right Outrage – their sides indicate which of Regieleki and Regidrago you’ll encounter.

To enter you’ll need to have all three of the original Regis in your party. This of course shouldn’t be a problem, given we have just caught all of them. At this point, we’d recommend saving just in case you change your mind on anything.

Upon entering the Split-Decision Ruins you’ll notice you’re shown two patterns. Remember these, as the left one will result in encountering Regieleki and the right Regidrago.

Using the circles on the ground, walk across them to make one of these two patterns. Walk over to the statue and you’ll be able to encounter the Regi-Pokemon you chose via the pattern.

Both of these will be at Level 70, just like other Legendary ‘mons. It’s a shame you can’t get both of them, which makes your decision all the more important.

One other very exciting thing about these Regis, and the originals, is they can all be found in Shiny form, unlike a lot of other Legendaries that are Shiny locked. It may take you a lot of soft resets, but if you’re patient enough, you could have four Regi-shinies by the time you complete The Terrible Titans Lurking Locked Away chapter.