Every Pokémon Go Community Day is a big event for trainers, and many popular PokéStops find themselves bombarded with Lures. But the place that this player uncovered is on a whole new level.
Each month, Community Day spices up the adventure of trainers around the world. For an entire afternoon, players enjoy huge bonuses as well as the appearance of a featured Pokémon.
On October 9, 2021, Skelénox was entitled to his moment of glory. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., the little specter appeared en masse, and the trainers obviously rushed to grab dozens of them to stock up on podures and candy. To make Skelenox even more appealing, the Specter could even learn a never-before-seen attack while evolving.
Thus, many PokéStops have found themselves covered in Lures. In addition to lasting three times longer than usual, Decoys allowed players to find each other and catch as many Pokémon as possible.
Obviously, the most popular hunting spots in the world have seen thousands of players flocking… giving rise to some truly mind-blowing images.
A paradise for Pokémon Go players
On October 13, a user under the pseudonym Wang__Fire posted a simple screenshot of his phone on Reddit. The latter dates from a few days earlier, in the middle of Skelénox Community Day.
Immediately, thousands of Internet users hallucinated in constant the number of PokéStops activated with Lures on the map of Wang__Fire. Indeed, the rain of pink particles extends as far as the eye can see, and covers dozens of PokéStops.
Our player, Wang__Fire, explains that he took this screenshot in Tokyo, in the Ueno district. This area is known to be a true paradise for Pokémon Go players, with a huge and very active community.
If you have the opportunity to visit Tokyo, you know what you have to do!
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