Ralts Community Day in August 3, 2019

Trainers, the eighth consecutive Community Day event of 2019 will take place on August 3rd, and will include Ralts, new flashy forms, 1/4 Egg Hatch Distance, and 3-hour Lures.

Ralts Community Day include a Psychic and Fairy-type Pokémon, will be the focus of August’s Pokémon GO Community Day. This summer, Community Day activities will be held in the evenings to enable players stay cool while exploring throughout the hotter months. The event for this month will take place on Saturday, August 3, 2019, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. local time. Ralts will be significantly more common in the wild around this period.

If you develop Kirlia (the evolved version of Ralts) into Gardevoir or Gallade during the event or up to one hour later, the Gardevoir or Gallade will know a move that the Gardevoir or Gallade cannot ordinarily learn. Furthermore, eggs deposited in incubators during the three hours of the Community Day event will hatch in one-fourth the normal time. On this day, Shiny Ralts, Shiny Kirlia, Shiny Gardevoir, and Shiny Gallade will also make their Pokémon GO debuts.

Ralts Community Day is Here!

The August Community Day event will take place on August 3 for three hours from 4-7 PM local time, and players from all around the world will be able to capture Ralts, its flashy versions, and receive additional benefits during this time.

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Pokemon Go gamers enjoy a unique day once a month called Community Day. Just on this day does the game offer a Special Pokemon that appears often but only for three hours. This Pokemon will also have a unique move. There is more XP, more Stardust, a higher Shiny rate, and Lure Modules that last three hours.


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The Exclusive Move is yet to be released, so stay tuned for further information!

Pokemon Go’s July Community Day may have just finished, but developer Niantic has already revealed the first information for next month’s event—which will take place very soon. August’s Community Day is scheduled for next Saturday, August 3, and the featured Pokemon will be Ralts, a Psychic/Fairy-type debuted in Ruby and Sapphire.

Ralts will spawn in the wild far more often than usual during Community Day, giving the occasion an excellent time to stock up on Ralts Candy. Not only will the monster be considerably easier to discover during Community Day, but you’ll also get your first opportunity to catch it in Pokemon Go in its Shiny form.

In addition to higher spawning, each Community Day provides players with the opportunity to get an unique event-exclusive move if they are able to develop the featured Pokemon into its ultimate form before the event’s conclusion. Ralts has two potential ultimate evolutions—Gardevoir or Gallade—so it’s unclear if the event move will change based on whatever form you develop it into. Each month’s Community Day is usually announced closer to the date by Niantic.


Several extra goodies will be available during the August Community Day. Any Lure Modules you employ will last three hours instead of the usual 30 minutes, and Pokemon Eggs will hatch at a quarter of the normal distance.

While each Community Day is generally held from 3-6 PM local time, August’s will be held later in the day to allow gamers to escape the summer heat. Next month’s Community Day, like the one in July, will take place from 4 to 7 p.m. local time, when the weather will be a little cooler. Niantic said that after summer is gone, the Community Day hours will revert to normal.

While August’s Community Day is still a few days away, another event in Pokemon Go is now underway. Players may catch a Pikachu wearing a straw hat as part of a One Piece collaborative event through July 29. Meanwhile, Armored Mewtwo, the game’s current Legendary Pokemon, is set to ex Raid Battles on July 31. This Legendary Mewtwo not only has a different appearance than an ordinary Mewtwo, but it also has different stats and can learn new attacks.


A Final Recap about the event



When will it be?: Niantic is continuing to push these things back, which is good news for whatever area of the planet is experiencing a horrible heatwave at any given moment. Some of them had previously occurred between 3:00 and 6:00, but August will be one hour later.

The August Community Day for Pokémon GO will take place on August 3 from 4:00 to 7:00 PM local time.

What is the Pokémon’s name?: This is an excellent one. Not for any particular purpose, but simply because I enjoy these dudes. This time, we’re dealing with Ralts, which may develop into Kirlia and then either Gardevoir or Gallade, however Gallade must be male. From the odd tiny Ralts with its headgear to the magnificent, exquisite Gardevoir, they’re all very amazing. They’re also competent attackers: Gardevoir can hold its own in any lineup of Psychic-types, while Gallade may be a helpful fighting-type for those who don’t already have Machamp.

What exactly is the Special Move?: Synchronise, a special Psychic-type charged attack, will be known to any Gardevoir or Gallade evolved between 4:00 and 8:00 PM on Sunday. It’s just for collectors and won’t do anything for Gardevoir. It will also make Gallade a better Psychic-type attacker for those who use it for that purpose.

What exactly is the Shiny? It’s not a huge change, but it’s one I enjoy. The basic models of these Pokémon all feature a green theme that is replaced with a light blue in the shiny variants. Gardevoir is already one of the most refined Pokémon in the game, but this elevates her much more.

Shiny ralts is so lovely that I can’t take a picture of them.


What about the other benefit?: In addition to the standard three-hour lures, we’re receiving eggs that hatch in half the time. Which is usually a bit of a catch-22 since you need to purchase incubators to take maximum advantage. I’m sure some will be able to contain themselves and only utilize the free incubator that you receive early in the game, but anytime we get a bonus like this, I end up spending a lot of money.