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Pokemon’s developers just want us to take care of Sobble

If you choose any starter Pokémon other than Sobble when Pokémon Sword and Shield is released on Nov. 15, you’re making the wrong choice. Sobble, the shy, sad frog-like water-type Pokémon is a good boy — a Pokémon you just want to take care of.

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Pokémon Go’s Stardust Blast event will help players power up their Pokémon

The Stardust Blast event in Pokémon Go is returning for 2019. From Oct. 3 at 4 p.m. ET until Oct. 10 at 4 p.m. ET, players will get increased Stardust from just about everything.

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The Pokemon Go legendary raid hours are coming in October

Niantic has gone ahead and confirmed that every Wednesday in October will have a Legendary Raid Hour for Pokémon Go.

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Some Pokémon Go spawn points have vanished

One of the latest Pokémon Go updates seems to have gotten rid of a bulk of Pokémon spawn points in the game. It seems that while some points were added, a lot of them were removed from players’ usual routes. Niantic has not made any announcements regarding spawn point changes.

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Pokémon Go adds new Gen 5 Pokémon today

The next generation of Pokémon, originating from the Unova region, are coming to Pokémon Go today, Sept. 16. That means new Pokémon that originally debuted in Pokémon Black and Pokémon White will start spawning in the wild, appearing in raids, and hatching from eggs. Some of those new Pokémon are exclusive to raid battles and certain areas of the world.

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Pokémon Sword and Shield website is teasing fans with a new Pokémon and they make theories

There’s a new Pokémon being teased on the Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield website, and fans are rushing to figure out what it could be.

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A new Pokémon has been revealed during Nintendo Direct

We learned more about the upcoming Pokémon Sword and Shield from the latest Nintendo Direct. The Galar region in Pokémon was shown off once again, like Polteagiest a ghost Pokémon that chills in broken teapot. Its body tastes like tea, which means that yes, you can drink it, though we’re told not to drink too much or we’ll get a stomach ache.

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Pokémon Sword and Shield will have different gym leaders

A new trailer for Pokémon Shield and Pokémon Sword revealed a notable change for the franchise: Some of the newly announced gym leaders won’t come to both versions. The gym leaders you face will depend on whether you buy Sword or Shield. Allister the ghost type leader, will only be on Shield, and Bea, the fighting type leader, will only be on Sword.

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Pokémon Sword and Shield has a new Pokémon

A new good boy of E3 2019 has been spotted on the show floor. Pokémon Swordand Shield is available to demo for show floor attendees in Nintendo’s booth, and a few onlookers took to Twitter to show their important findings: a new electric-type corgi Pokémon named Yamper.

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Everything we know about Pokemon Sword and Shield

The announcement of new Pokémon can be controversial, friendship-threatening news. Allegiances to specific Pokémon are sworn and lines in the sand drawn. There are many hills, that many will die on, that involve their favorite starter Pokémon of choice.

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