All of them are pure Water-type Pokémon. A shiny Clamperl has a bright royal purple colored and has a yellow, pearl-like head in the center. Later on in the future, a similar event will happen with Latios, so keep an eye out Trainers! Up until then there was speculation as to how it would evolve. Professor Willow is looking to conduct Limited Research on the Water-type Pokémon Clamperl. Those research tasks will reward us with Clamperl encounters, and I assume everyone is going to be trying to get as much candy as possible to secure both evolutions before the event is out.
So, make sure you tap on each one you see even if you already have all three Pokemon in this evolution chain. Obviously the first evolution won't matter - it's going to be something you haven't had before - so it's a case of fingers crossed the second will be the other evolution you need. Other Water Pokemon, such as Krabby and Wailmer, will also appear more frequently throughout the event, and players will be rewarded with twice the normal amount of Stardust for every Water-type they catch. Like Poliwhirl and Gloom, this little clam can evolve into two different Pokemon : Huntail or Gorebyss. Limited Research tasks will be available when you spin Photo Discs at PokéStops.
A Clamperl traded while holding a Deep Sea Tooth will evolve it into Huntail and a Clamperl holding a Deep Sea Scale will evolve into Gorebyss. Its tail and the top of its head are purple-tipped. It has a light blue body with 6 spherical extensions and a pink, pearl-like head in the center. When I was trying to evolve Wurmple into Cascoon I wound up with like 10 Silkoons in a row, so this sort of thing can get frustrating. No News for a Shiny Clamperl With no announcement or news from Pokemon Go developers about a Shiny Clamperl, it looks like players will only meet regular Clamperls for this event. If that changes, we'll be sure to update this section. This is an incredible amount to do in a short amount of time.
Quest List Possible encounter with Shiny Clamperl has been confirmed! Clamperl was first introduced in Pokémon Go as part of a special Limited Research event in February 2019. Clamperl, aka the Bivalve Pokémon, will appear as part of research tasks that can be obtained by spinning photo discs at PokéStops. Clamperl has two evolutions — Huntail and Gorebyss. Its body and face are dotted with white spots that are bordered by orange rings. We have a lovely infographic that covers the major details for this her return, and if you need a more in depth look we have our updated. Spinda has a ton of different spot patterns and I'm guessing they're planning some sort of mechanic for Kencleon.
On top of that, the time you need to wait to re-open the box has been shortened by three days. Don't forget that once you receive a Field Research task from a PokéStop, you won't be able to get a new task from that same PokéStop on that day. My guess is that the team was hoping to get some trading-based evolution mechanics into this game, but found it unworkable for whatever reason once the feature was already implemented. According to the official , Pokémon Go trainers won't have a choice as to which evolution Clamperl evolves into. Pink Pokémon have taken over Raids and are appearing more often in the overworld.
Spinda, Nincada, Ninjask, Shedinja and Kecleon, will most likely join Smeargle in the 'too hard' basket. Niantic has announced a new Limited Research event for. Elsewhere, you can read up on the latest the currently available. You can find the event hours for each region below. Completing the Limited Research tasks will award you encounters with Clamperl. It won't disappear from you task list even if the event has finished.
Clampert has a two branch evolution that in the main series requires items. In Pokemon Go, evolving Clamperl will cost 50 Clamperl Candy. Clamperl has a unique evolution chart, though — so just how do you get it to evolve into both its evolutions? The Bivalve Pokémon has two potential Evolutions—Huntail and Gorebyss—but you won't know which of the two Pokémon your Clamperl will become until its Evolution is complete. The evolution you get out of Huntail and Gorebyss is completely random… and as trainers who worked to get both of the Wurmple evolutions will know, that might mean the process of getting both Huntail and Gorebyss ends up being a little bit painful for some. For three hours, not only will these special Research tasks become available but other Water-type Pokémon will appear more frequently. Only Specific Pokestops Have Clamperl Research Tasks It's possible to still get common Research Tasks during the event as the Clamperl Research Tasks are limited to certain Pokestops. The research tasks for Clamperl will only be given out by Pokestops during the time of the event.
Make sure you hold on to as many Clamperl as you can just to be safe. Breaking down the math, you need 99 candies 50 on the first and since 1 candy is saved on this it will go towards the 50 on the second evolution to evolve two Clamperl. Other Water-type Pokémon will also be more likely to appear during the event hours, and you'll earn double the normal Stardust for catching any Water-type Pokémon, too. Share on: After being introduced in a limited research day, Pokemon Go now has a new Pokemon, Clamperl. The blog post makes no mention of its evolutions at all, which is a little mysterious: it would make sense for Niantic to keep details on the evolutions back, but to not even bring them up is stranger still.
In the mainline games, the Pokemon will evolve into one of the two forms depending on what item it is holding when traded; in Go, however, Niantic says you won't know which form it'll turn into until it evolves, so you'll want to capture as many as possible during the event to ensure you get both evolutions. How does evolving Clamperl into Huntail and Gorebyss work in the main games? Until March 4, you'll have a chance of encountering a Shiny Meltan when you open the Mystery Box. Getting Clamperl To get Gorebyss and Huntail, first you need to find the un-evolved form, Clamperl. During the Limited Research event, players will be able to receive special Field Research tasks by spinning the Photo Disc at PokeStops. Boosted Pokémon List The event has brought out increased spawns for several Water-type Pokémon, including some that have the possibility of being shiny! The structure of the limited research day seems like it will be mostly the same as the Feebas day. With their strong Attack stat, they definitely are an interesting twist on the traditionally bulky water Pokémon. Despite already flirting with gen 4, Pokemon Go is also still adding new Pokemon from gen 3 to the game — and one of the later gen 3 Pokemon additions it water-type Clamperl and its evolutions Huntail and Gorebyss.
While a long-missing Pokémon like Clamperl is welcome news for Pokémon Go fans, the method Niantic is using to roll it out. Like Clamperl , both evolutions are pure water types, but their movesets make them fit better into different categories. Clamperl might clam up during Limited Research, so exploring is key! Clamperl will be featured in a three-hour Limited Research event, where Field Research tasks result in encounters with the tough-shelled Pokémon! Clamperl Quest List Quest Reward Battle in a Gym Clamperl Encounter Battle in a Raid Clamperl Encounter Use a supereffective Charged Attack in a Gym Battle Clamperl Encounter Use 3 Berries to help catch Pokémon Clamperl Encounter Catch a Magikarp or Wailmer Clamperl Encounter Catch a Psyduck or Krabby Clamperl Encounter Catch 5 Water-type Pokémon Clamperl Encounter Evolve 2 Water-type Pokémon Clamperl Encounter Make 5 Curveball Throws Clamperl Encounter Make 3 Great Throws Clamperl Encounter Make 2 Great Throws in a row Clamperl Encounter Make 3 Nice Throws in a row Clamperl Encounter Make 5 Nice Throws Clamperl Encounter Spin 2 PokéStops Clamperl Encounter Evolution Guide Clamperl is known to evolve into two separate Pokémon, and. However, unlike many other item creatures in Pokémon Go, Clamperl doesn't need to hold an item at all for this to work, instead making the evolution random. Be sure to catch as many Clamperl as you can during the event to add each of these Pokémon to your Pokédex. No advertising, selling, trying to buy, trading, or begging.