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Pokemon Go July Community Day Takes Place Today, Features Squirtle Wearing Sunglasses

Pokemon Go‘s next Community Day has arrived. The event takes place around the world today, July 8, and as developer Niantic previously revealed, the featured Pokemon is the classic starter Squirtle. However, some players will be able to find a special version of the Pokemon if they complete research quests during the event–and you should be excited if the words Squirtle Squad mean anything to you.

Niantic revealed on Twitter that players who complete Field Research tasks during the Community Day will have a chance of encountering a Squirtle wearing sunglasses–a reference to the Squirtle Squad from the Pokemon anime series. It’s unclear whether or not players will need to complete specific quests in order to find a sunglasses-wearing Squirtle, but a new set of Field Research tasks that focus primarily on Pokemon from the Kanto region were recently added to the game.

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In addition to the sunglasses-wearing Squirtle, players will likely have a chance of finding a Shiny Squirtle during this week’s event, as every previous Community Day has introduced Shiny versions of its featured Pokemon. On top of that, any Wartortle that evolves into Blastoise before the Community Day ends will learn the powerful Water-type attack Hydro Cannon.

Once again, rather than being hosted at a specific location, this month’s Community Day runs for a three-hour window of time, which kicks off at different times depending on what part of the world you live in. You can find the Community Day schedule for each region below:

North America

  • 11 AM – 2 PM PT
  • 2 PM – 5 PM ET

Europe and Africa

  • 10 AM – 1 PM BST

Asia-Pacific

  • 12 PM – 3 PM JST

Finally, players who participate in this month’s Community Day will be able to take advantage of other in-game bonuses. For the duration of the event, Eggs will hatch at a quarter of the distance they typically require. Any Lure Modules that are activated during the event will also last for three hours, as opposed to their usual 30-minute limit.

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