Pokémon Go Diá de Muertos Collection Challenge, field research tasks and rewards

The Day of the Dead event has returned in Pokémon Go!

Just like last year, you can complete a Day of the Dead collection challenge and collect a selection of event-exclusive field research tasks throughout this short Pokémon Go event.

There are also three new costumed Pokémon to collect during this Day of the Dead event, so be sure to take the time to add them to your collection.

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List of Pokémon from the Day of the Dead collection challenge in Pokémon Go

The Day of the Dead Collection Challenges task you with finding a set of specific Pokémon during this short Pokémon Go event.

Remember: You must complete this challenge by 8 pm (local time) on Wednesday, November 2, or else you will not be able to collect your rewards.

Chinchú.

Here are the Pokémon, arranged in National Pokédex order, in the Day of the Dead Collection Challenge, along with how to catch them:

  • Cubone: In the wild, including incense or decoy modules and an event-exclusive Field Research task
  • Chinchou – In nature
  • Sunkern: in the wild, including incense or decoy modules
  • Roselia – In the wild, including Incense or Lure modules and an event-exclusive Field Research task
  • Litwick: Wilderness Field Research Task and Event Exclusive
  • Swirlix: in the wild, including incense or decoy modules

For completing this challenge, you will receive a Poffin, an Incense, and an Alolan Marowak encounter.

The Season of Adventure Abundance is here! Its first event is A Paldean Adventure, which sees the true launch of Gen 9 and the special research mission A Paldean Adventure. You can also work on the Timed Investigation: Master Ball mission and compete in Go Battle League. Be sure to compete in Shadow Raids, complete routes, use Daily Adventure Incense for a chance to encounter Galarian Articuno, Galarian Zapdos, and Galarian Moltres. This incense can also give you encounters with other rare Pokémon in Pokémon Go.

Day of the Dead Field Research Tasks in Pokémon Go

The Day of the Dead event may be small, but you can still collect some event-exclusive field research tasks by spinning PokéStops in Pokémon Go during the event.

Although these tasks can be saved and completed after the event ends, we recommend completing them during the Day of the Dead event, as the Pokémon encounters you earn can help you complete the Collection Challenge.

Here are the Day of the Dead field research tasks in Pokémon Go:

  • Make a Big Drop Reward: Cubone Encounter
  • Make a reward for a nice curveball throw: encounter with Roselia or Litwick
  • Reward for making 3 great curveball throws in a row: Cempasuchil Crown Duskull encounter
  • Earn a Gym Battle reward: Houndoom encounter

Thanks to SilphScience from reddit for the help with this information!

Cubone, Houndoom, and Litwick can be captured through field research tasks unique to the event.

Everything you need to know about the Day of the Dead event in Pokémon Go

You can enjoy three bonuses during the Day of the Dead event in Pokémon Go, the first being the double capture of candy. In addition to this, both Lure Modules and Incense, although not Daily Adventure Incense, will last for 90 minutes during the event.

Three new costumed Pokémon will also arrive for this event: Cempasúchil Crown Duskull, Dusclops and Dusknoir.

You will have no problem catching Duskull Cempasuchil as it can be found in the wild, through field research tasks, one-star raids, Incense, and Lure Modules. Once you have one of these special Duskulls, you can turn it into a Cempasuchil Crown Dusclops using 25 Duskull Candy and, thanks to 100 Duskull Candy and a Sinnoh Stone, you can turn it into a crown with Dusknoir.

The following Pokémon appear most frequently in the wild during the Day of the Dead event:

Sunken.

  • cubone
  • Chinchú
  • sunken
  • rosalia
  • Crown Duskull Cempasuchil
  • Driflon
  • Yamask
  • litwick
  • swirl

The Pokémon above will appear even more often if you live in Latin America or the Caribbean.

The Pokémon listed below appear most frequently when you use Incense or Lure Modules during the event:

Yamask.

  • cubone
  • sunken
  • solar flora
  • Houndoom
  • rosalia
  • Crown Duskull Cempasuchil
  • Driflon
  • Yamask
  • swirl

Again, these Pokémon will appear more frequently if you live in Latin America or the Caribbean.

Finally, Cempasuchil Crown Duskull is the only Pokémon in one-star raids throughout the event. Dragonite, Sableye, and Druddigon are in three-star raids, while Giratina (Origin Forme) and Mega Banette remain in five-star raids and mega-raids retrospectively.

I hope you enjoy this year’s Day of the Dead event in Pokémon Go!

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