Tonight, on the 19th of April, we could expect a legendary raid hour in Pokémon GO. Numerous players from New Zealand and Australia report that legendary eggs are appearing all over the arenas.
What did the players report? In New Zealand and Australia legendary eggs have surfaced at exactly 6 pm local time. Any arena that has not yet carried an egg produced a legendary raid.
This is very reminiscent of the legendary lunch breaks, which always took place at 12 noon. Now there seems to be a legendary evening hour.
So probably this event is for Germany
That’s funny: The legendary lunch breaks Niantic has always announced in advance. Now the players from the distant countries report the same concept of this event, but previously nothing was announced.
In addition, both Latios, and Giratina hatch from the eggs. A legendary lunch break was always limited to a Pokémon.
This is definitely certain: the later it gets, the more time zones report on this event. That’s where this legendary evening hour takes place.
So now players from Japan and East Asia have reported on these incidents.
Will the event also be in Germany? This is not confirmed. But if more and more time zones report it, then it will probably be in Germany at 18 clock so far.
It certainly does not hurt to go outside at 6pm. Should not start a raid class, then you can at least make some legendary raids, because the spawn rate of it is anyway increased.
What do I have from this raid hour? Should really today, on 19.04. At 6 pm, to start this event, it is well worth taking advantage of this hour.
After all, there are Shiny Latios and Giratina is one of the most useful Pokémon in the game. A few raids to complete in this hour should be worthwhile.
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