Let's go team Instinct Pokemon go
I'm asking if those nearby or in Bandera Texas can help me and my mom out we can conquer but not control a gym for long my mother and I are part of team Instinct but also I'm also asking for even the other teams to come by bandera as well (if any teams can) and my mom is a bit completive and strong but I'm the master mind anyways if u want to battle or come to hang out that would be awesome any age is welcomed. Come by anytime u desire if y'all want we can all meet up at a specific time at Sunday. I hope we will meet and fyi I'm Jackalzeinsane and my mom is Staremelylac
Turtwig and other details confirmed for Pokemon Go Community Day
Turtwig has been confirmed as the headliner for the Pokemon Go September Communitu Day. The grass-type starter is the first Gen 4 Pokemon to headline a community day.
Niantic have also confirmed that three-hour lures will be active and 3x catch stardust will be the other bonus. As usual, the exclusive move has yet to be revealed.
When is the September Community Day?
It will take place on Sunday, September 15, at 11am local time. This is a continuation of recent community days which have received favorable feedback from trainers.
Back in April, Niantic took the unprecedented step of announcing the dates of four community days in advance. These were for May, June, July and August.
A long-term complaint from Pokemon Go trainers had been the lack of notice to prepare for the monthly events, with Niantic letting fans know less than a month in advance.
Trainers appreciated the longer-term planning and it appears they have once again listened to fans. Niantic have revealed the remaining Pokemon Go community days for 2019, so you will be able to book time off work, plan a day out or do whatever you need to do to participate.
Who will headline?
At this point, most know the Pokemon Go pattern for determining headliners - they alternate between starter and non-starter Pokemon. This is a trend that has been present ever since community days were introduced in January 2018.
Ralts is a non-starter Pokemon, of course. This means if the pattern continues then we'll have a starter-Pokemon headlining August. Mudkip headlined in July which is the last of the Gen 3 starters.
Presumably this means we move on to Gen 4 and as previous community days have indicated it is the grass-type that goes first, that or it is done by Pokedex number. In all generations to date, the Pokedex entry order has gone grass, fire and then water - so it is unknown which Niantic use to determine the order.
The Gen 4 grass-type starter is Turtwig and it will be the firm favorite to headline in September. Update: As suspected, this has now been confirmed.
Turtwig to Torterra
Turtwig eventually evolves into Torterra but the dual grass and ground-type isn't particularly strong. This will likely see a powerful exclusive move introduced to give it some relevance in the Pokemon Go meta.
Eeeee!!! Pika Pika!! Pikachu Is Awesome
At first, I used to think that Detective Pikachu was stupid and not actually worthwhile watching and that it didn’t make any sense to even watch to begin with. However, I watched Detective Pikachu last night and it was fun and amazing and fabulous and great. It’s cool to see the Pokémon in live action. They’re amazing. It’s like watching Heaven or childhood. It’s worth watching though.