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    jasenyoface
    Pokémon GO’s next Community Day has been scheduled and Larvitar is featured for this month’s event. This announcement marks the sixth consecutive Community Day this year. Trainers from all around the globe have been faithfully attending these events for the past six months in order to obtain Pokémon with exclusive moves, benefit from various bonuses and catch rare shiny Pokémon.
    On June 16, 2018, from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM EDT, Larvitar will spawn more frequently and there is the possibility to encounter shiny Larvitar. It was revealed that Larvitar’s exclusive move will be Smack Down, though it could change by the start of the event. Smack Down was confirmed through an in-game announcement, when translated from Chinese and Japanese roughly states: “when you evolve Pupitar to Tyranitar during the three hour event, Tyranitar will know the special move Smack Down”. It’s worth mentioning that a new sound effect came with the latest update to Pokémon GO; the sound for the move Smack Down was found. However, on Pokémon GO’s site, the exclusive move is displayed as a mystery.
    Aside from having the opportunity to obtain a shiny Tyranitar that knows Smack Down, players will receive 3x Catch XP and Lures that will last up to three hours.
    Have fun and be safe this Community Day!

     
    Sources:
    pokemongolive.com, gamerant.com

    jasenyoface
    PKHeX is a save editor for core-series Pokémon games.  With it, users can manipulate various save files including: .sav, .dsv, .dat, .gci, .raw, and .bin types.  PKHeX can also read and write: .pk files, which are individual Pokémon files, and .pgt, .pcd, .pgf, .wc, which are Mystery Gift files.
    Version 18.06.01 of PKHeX has been released, adding legality checking improvements and fixing bugs.
     
    Change log:
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    jasenyoface
    Recently, Pokémon Quest was announced alongside Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Pokémon Let’s Go Eevee. In Quest, trainers will roam around with Pokémon, named Pokéxel, in an effort to explore the island and get various Pokémon from the Kanto to join in on the quest. During the adventure, players move around and tap the screen to launch attacks at other Pokéxel.
    On Tumblecube Island, trainers can go on expeditions where things such as loot and ingredients can be collected. In return, base camps can be built, decorated and have meals prepared in them. Cooking will help attract different Pokémon to to your camp.
    Pokémon Quest is now available for the Nintendo Switch on the eShop and is supposed to be available on the Play Store and the App Store in late June.
    Datamining
    Yesterday @SciresM took the opportunity to datamine the game and this is what he produced:
    Source: SciresM's Twitter

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