Do you remember when Dratini used to nest? Back in 2016 when the game wasn’t even a month old Dratini was a rare but insanely lucrative nest. Dragonite was the end all and this lead to San Antonio players flooding into the Legends on the Green Apartment Complex. As you can imagine this was not popular with the management of the apartment complex and we started to see signs urging Pokémon Go players not to trespass.
During that same summer similar scenes played out around the world, Dratini nests and rare spawns found via maps were attracting trespassers who wanted to add the powerful Dragonite and other rare mon to their Gym busting rosters. If you’ve been seeing articles about lawsuits it’s important to note these lawsuits are not new, they are a class action lawsuit filed against Niantic back in 2016 because of cases of trespassing like our visits to Legends on the Green. The main plaintiff being homeowners in a luxury Florida community where Dratini could be found in abundance at the game’s launch.
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I wondered if they would do this as a tie in when Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon were released, but apparently Niantic is going to randomly drop Alola form Pokémon on us in the near future. An official news item has been added to the game stating:
“Trainers, sunny days are ahead! Whether your forecast calls for rain or shine, we’re celebrating all around the world by introducing some special Pokemon from the tropical Alola region to Pokémon GO! Get ready for some of the Pokémon originally discovered in the Kanto region to appear in their Alolan forms! These unique variants were first seen in the Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon video games, and they will make their way to Pokémon GO in the coming weeks. Keep an eye out for news related to this exciting change – and don’t forget to tell your friends! Stay safe, and happy exploring!”
Wow! When we started doing more and more community events I never saw us knee deep in creek water dragging tires out of the mud. That said, thank you eternally to everyone that came out to support our Earth Day clean-up at Olmos Basin Park. If you haven’t seen the gallery yet, visit here.
For a full break down of all the rewards from Earth Day you can check out this article by Forbes (who cover Pokemon Go for some reason) and we highly suggest you hit up the Quarry or the Pearl to collect Wailmer while they’re spawning with a higher rate of getting a shiny.