Dedenne Debuting in Pokémon GO Festival of Lights

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Time for some fun. Niantic

There’s a new festival arriving in Pokémon GO and once again it sees the debut of a new Pokémon. This time it’s the Antenna Pokémon Dedenne joining the game courtesy of the Festival of Lights. The event starts on November 5 and runs until November 14.

Also known as Diwali, it is considered one of Hinduism’s most popular festivals that typically lasts for five days. It is said to symbolize the spiritual victory of light against darkness, good over evil, and knowledge versus ignorance.

For the duration of the event, players can enjoy these bonuses:

  • Friendship levels increase twice as fast.
  • Gifts provide increased rewards.
  • Players can open as many as 45 Gifts per day.

There’s also a free item in the Festival of Lights T-shirt inspired by the celebrations in India. Just head over to the shop to get it. There are Dedenne-inspired avatar items as well.

Trainers can also get Dedenne-inspired stickers by simply spinning PokéStops, opening Gifts, or buying them from the in-game shop.

Here are the other details about this upcoming event:

  • These Pokémon appear more frequently in the wild:
    • Pikachu
    • Magnemite
    • Slugma
    • Whismur
    • Electrike
    • Blitzle
    • Cottonee
    • Tynamo
    • Fennekin
    • Dedenne
  • These are available to encounter when completing Field Research tasks:
    • Vulpix
    • Magnemite
    • Electabuzz
    • Magmar
    • Electrike
    • Blitzle
    • Darumaka
    • Litleo
  • These Pokémon appear raids:
    • One-Star Raids
      • Charmander
      • Vulpix
      • Chinchou
      • Litwick
      • Dedenne
    • Three-Star Raids
      • Alolan Raichu
      • Electabuzz
      • Magmar
      • Bellossom
    • Five-Star Raids
      • Cobalion
      • Terrakion
      • Virizion
    • Mega Raids
      • Mega Manectric

The Shadow Arrives

A joyful event like the Festival of Lights has caught the attention of Team GO Rocket. According to different reports, it looks like they’re going to strike on November 9.

Season of Mischief

Even as the event is online, trainers can continue to follow the Season of Mischief storyline focused on the Mythical Pokémon Hoopa. Those able to finish this Season’s Special Research story get access to a special event at the end of the Season.

Learn more about the Festival of Lights here. This is part of the game’s November events which you can read more about here.

Are you ready to join the festival? Pokémon GO is available on Android and iOS.

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