Pokemon Go Season of Light: Alolan Legendaries, start date, & more

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Niantic has announced the next long-term event for Pokemon Go, called Seasons of Light. Like previous seasons for 2022, it appears the next round of events will continue to focus on Alola.

Pokemon Go players have had a busy year with beach-themed species following the Season of Alola and Season of Go long-term events through spring and summer. With the conclusion of Season of Go on September 1, 2022, many are excited to know what will come next.

Following the recent Pokemon Go Fest 2022 finale event filled with Ultra Beasts and a curious narrative surrounding the disappearance of Professor Willow, new updates are appearing on the Pokemon Go social media accounts. These updates, while sparse, have revealed the name and timeframe for the next Pokemon Go season.

Pokemon Go Season of Light start & end dates

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Pokemon Go Season of Light teaser

According to a Twitter post shared by PokemonGoApp, Season of Light will take place from September 1, 2022, through December.

The post, marked “1/9” indicates the Twitter page will be releasing more information surrounding the event soon.

Pokemon Go Season of Light events

Pokemon Go’s Season of Light will continue the monthly Community Days with several dates already revealed. Community Days will take place on September 18, October 15, November 5, and November 12.

Pokemon Go Season of Light wild spawns

Wild spawns will vary for trainers depending on what type of terrain they are surrounded by, and where they are located.

Here are the various terrains, as well as their spawns:

Cities:

  • Jigglypuff*
  • Machop*
  • Magnemite*
  • Muk
  • Voltorb*
  • Umbreon
  • Litwick

Forests:

  • Mareep*
  • Sunkern*
  • Yanma*
  • Espeon
  • Pineco*
  • Plant Cloak Burmy*
  • Hisuian Voltorb

Mountains:

  • Sandslash
  • Clefairy*
  • Diglett*
  • Snorlax*
  • Sneasel*
  • Stantler*
  • Deino*

Beach & Water:

  • Seel*
  • Staryu*
  • Mantine*
  • Pelipper
  • Carvanha*
  • Wailmer*
  • Feebas*

Northern Hemisphere:

  • Scyther*
  • Dratini*
  • Chikorita*
  • Cyndaquil*
  • Totodile*
  • Teddiursa*
  • Shroomish*

Southern Hemisphere:

  • Paras*
  • Chansey*
  • Skitty*
  • Bagon*
  • Snivy*
  • Tepig*
  • Oshawott*

Pokemon marked with a * can appear as a shiny

Pokemon Go Season of Light egg pool

Pokemon Go’s Season of Light event will switch up the egg pool allowing players to hatch a new assortment of Pokemon from 2, 5, and 10 km eggs.

2km Eggs:

  • Pichu*
  • Cleffa*
  • Munna*
  • Fomantis
  • Wimpod

5km Eggs:

  • Tyrogue*
  • Elekid*
  • Magby*
  • Miltank*

10km Eggs:

  • Tirtouga*
  • Archen*
  • Noibat
  • Rockruff*
  • Jangmo-o

5km Adventure Sync Eggs:

  • Cranidos*
  • Shieldon*
  • Happiny*
  • Munchlax
  • Karrablast*
  • Shelmet*

10km Adventure Sync Eggs:

  • Dratini*
  • Bagon*
  • Beldum*
  • Gible*
  • Riolu*
  • Goomy

Pokemon marked with a * can appear as a shiny

Pokemon Go Season of Light bonuses

Here are the bonuses that will be active during the Pokemon Go Season of Light event:

  • Increased damage for Pokémon participating in raids remotely
  • Guaranteed Gifts from PokéStop spins
  • Increased Incense effectiveness while moving
  • Up to two free Raid Passes per day by spinning Gym Photo Discs
  • Additional Items from Research Breakthroughs
  • Increased Stardust reward for Research Breakthroughs
  • Extra Stardust from Gifts

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