Roselia Community Day

Roselia

Roselia Community Day takes place on Sunday 7th February, from 11:00 am to 5:00pm local time. Roselia evolved during the event will feature two exclusive moves, learning both the Charged Attack Weather Ball (Fire-type ) and the Fast Attack Bullet Seed.

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Roselia Community Day Bonuses

  • Roselia will be appearing more frequently in the wild. If you’re lucky, you may encounter a Shiny one!
  • Budew will be hatching from 2 km Eggs.
  • Evolve Roselia during the event or up to two hours afterward to get a Roserade with two exclusive moves, learning both the Charged Attack Weather Ball (Fire-type ) and the Fast Attack Bullet Seed.
  • Take a few snapshots during Community Day for a surprise!
  • There’ll be a special one-time-purchase Roselia Community Day Box available for 1,280 PokéCoins, featuring the following items:
    • an Elite Fast TM,
    • four Incense,
    • four Super Incubators,
    • and 30 Ultra Balls.

Special Research Story

For US$1 (or the equivalent pricing tier in your local currency), you’ll be able to access the Roselia Community Day–exclusive Special Research story, Stop and Smell the Roselia.

If you purchase a ticket for the Pokémon GO Tour: Kanto event by Wednesday, February 3, 2021, at 11:59 p.m. PST (GMT −8), you’ll get this Special Research story for free!

Bonuses During the Event

  • 1/4 Hatch Distance when Eggs are placed into an Incubator during the event period
  • Incense activated during the event will last for three hours

Shiny Budew, Roselia and Roserade

 

Weather Ball

Roserade will gain access to the Fire type version of Charge Attack move Weather Ball.

Weather Ball is a 3 bar charge move, with a base power of 60 in both PVE and PVP. It requires 35 energy to charge.

Gaining access to Fire type Weather Ball is an interesting choice for Roserade in terms of PVP. It gives it some interesting coverage, giving it a weapon against the Ice and Bug types it is weak to, and giving it an advantage over other Grass types it may come up against. It also gives Roserade an effective move against Steel types, giving it potential as a Registeel counter.

Currently Roserade isn’t particularly a highly ranked Pokémon in Great League or Ultra League, so it will be interesting to see if these moves updates make Roserade a spicy pick!

Bullet Seed

Roserade will gain access to the Grass type Fast Attack Bullet Seed.

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In PVE Bullet Seed deals 8 damage and generates 14 energy towards a Charge Attack. It has a 1.1s cooldown and it deals damage between in the 0.85s to 1.05s animation interval.

In PVP Bullet Seed deals 5 damage and generates 13 energy.

Currently Roserade has access to Razor Leaf as their best option for a Grass type Fast Attack. Razor Leaf deals 13 damage and generates 7 energy in Pokemon GO. It has a 1s cooldown and it deals damage between in the 0.6s to 0.85s animation interval in PVE. In PVP deals 11 damage and generates 4 energy.

This means Bullet Seed charges much quicker than Razor Leaf, making it a great choice of Fast Attack for PVP even though it deals less energy, getting you to that much needed Charged Attack much more quickly.

Stop and Smell the Roselia Special Research Story Tasks and Rewards

We have no information on the Tasks and Rewards for the Roselia Community Day Special Research. Please come back later for more information.

Ticket information

  • Stop and Smell the Roselia tickets cost  US$1 (or the equivalent pricing tier in your local currency).
  • The ticket is also bundled in the cost of the Pokémon GO Tour: Kanto event ticket if bought by Wednesday, January 13, 2021, at 11:59 p.m. PST (GMT −8).

Special Note

UPDATE: This note has now been removed from the original blog post about Roselia Community Day.

Niantic have the following message for trainers in their blog post:

‘Community Note: Trainers, we have heard your feedback when it comes to which Pokémon appear during Community Day. Stay tuned for announcements about which Pokémon you can expect to be featured during upcoming Community Days.’

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