The legendary event was teased earlier this month with the reveal of its name – The Dragon That Rules the Sky. It turns out, that dragon is Rayquaza and players will be able to get the legendary Pokemon and its partner Zinnia – who originally appeared in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire – through this event.
Much like the Solgaleo event before it, players will first have to gather 100 vouchers to unlock the story mission that will allow you to add Zinnia & Rayquaza to your Sync Pair roster. Once you’ve unlocked the duo you can then grind for more of these vouchers to exchange them for items that will make Rayquaza more powerful. They can be earned in either event-specific co-op or singleplayer missions.
To coincide with this event there will also be a new login rally. Once again, this is mostly just a lot of free gems over the course of 14 days. It’s 300 per day which adds up to a grand total of 4200 gems. Similarly, there will also be bingo missions for some extra rewards that can mostly be completed by upgrading Rayquaza and beating event missions a certain number of times.
Finally, a new Sync Pair has also been added to the game. This is Professor Kukui & Lycanroc, making them the second Sync Pair to have a Lycanroc, though the professor has the Midday version whilst Olivia’s is the Midnight Form.
The pair will have their own Spotlight Scout that runs between now and 14th February where you’ll have a slightly higher chance to get them. However, it’s worth remembering that because Leaf currently has her own Spotlight Scout, you won’t be able to obtain her using Kukui’s.
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