Pokémon Go Starry Skies quest steps, best Choose Path and rewards

Starry Skies is a special research mission that will allow you to catch a Cosmog in Pokémon Go.

Released on Friday, June 16 as part of the Solstice Horizons event, this quest offers you the chance to catch a Cosmog, which you can eventually turn into a Solgaleo or Lunala. This is perfect for players who want to complete the Gen 7 Pokédex in Pokémon Go and currently only have one of these legendary Pokémon in their Pokédex.

Since Starry Skies is also a branching quest, it’s a good idea to know which Choose Route option is best for you.

Below you will find the steps for the Starry Skies quest in Pokémon Go to help you complete this quest and add another Pokémon to your Alola Pokédex.

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Steps of the mission ‘Starry Skies’ in Pokémon Go

Below you will find all the steps of the Starry Skies mission in Pokémon Go. Please note that you must be above level 5 to unlock this quest.

To access the Starry Skies quest, you must play Pokémon Go before Sunday, June 25 at 8 pm (local time). You can also purchase an additional run for the mission before this date, which you can learn more about in the sections below.

Since this is a special research mission, once unlocked you can complete it at your own pace.

Starry Skies is also a branching quest, meaning that after completing the first step, you will be asked to choose between the day path or the night path. This choice will determine several of the challenges you will face and one of the rewards you will receive. Both paths, however, result in an encounter with Cosmog.

Be careful: this section contains spoilers!

Thanks to Amiibofan101 from reddit for help with this information!

‘Starry Skies’ Step 1 of 4

  • Explore 2 km – Solosis Encounter
  • Catch 2 Psychic-type Pokémon: Abra encounter
  • Catch 10 Different Species of Pokemon: Gothita Encounter

Rewards: 7 Stardust, 5 Razz Berries, and a Wobbuffet encounter.

You will be prompted to choose between the daytime route or the nighttime route after completing this step. Choose carefully because you cannot change your choice once made and it will determine some of the challenges you will face.

The following sections will describe the quest steps and rewards for both the day and night paths.

Steps of the Day Path mission in Pokémon Go

Below you will find the challenges and rewards for the special research mission The Daylight Path of the Starry Skies in Pokémon Go:

‘Starry Skies’ Step 2 of 4

  • Catch 20 Grass or Bug-type Pokémon – 10 Poké Balls
  • Explore 10 km – Inkay Meeting
  • Spin 25 PokéStops or Gyms: 10 Pineapple Berries

Rewards: 78 Stardust, 15 Poké Balls, and an encounter with Galarian Slowpoke.

‘Starry Skies’ Step 3 of 4

  • Perform 10 curveball throws in a row – 3000 Stardust
  • Catch 50 Pokémon with Weather Boost – Metang Encounter
  • Earn 10 candies by walking with your friend – 15 Great Ball

Rewards: 789 Stardust, 1 Mossy Lure Module, and an encounter with Starmie.

‘Starry Skies’ Step 4 of 4

  • Hatch 5 Eggs: 3 Silver Pinap Berries
  • Catch 50 Psychic-type Pokémon: Alakazam encounter
  • Earn 7890 Stardust – 1 Star Piece

Rewards: 7890 Stardust, 20 Ultra Balls and an encounter with Cosmog.

Steps of the Night Path mission in Pokémon Go

These are the challenges and rewards for the Starry Skies Night Path special research mission in Pokémon Go:

‘Starry Skies’ Step 2 of 4

  • Catch 20 Ghost or Dark-type Pokémon: 10 Poké Balls
  • Take a Snapshot of 20 Different Wild Pokémon – Inkay Encounter
  • Use 30 Berries to help catch Pokémon: 10 Pinap Berries

Rewards: 78 Stardust, 15 Poké Balls, and an encounter with Galarian Slowpoke.

‘Starry Skies’ Step 3 of 4

Rewards: 789 Stardust, 1 Glacial Lure Module, and an encounter with Starmie.

‘Starry Skies’ Step 4 of 4

  • Win 5 raids: 3 Silver Pinap Berries.
  • Catch 50 Psychic-type Pokémon: Alakazam encounter
  • Earn 7890 Stardust – 1 Star Piece

Rewards: 7890 Stardust, 20 Ultra Balls and an encounter with Cosmog.

Starry Skies is the best path to choose in Pokémon Go

After completing Step 1 of Starry Skies in Pokémon Go, you will be asked to choose between the day or night path. Afterwards, several of the challenges you will face, along with one of the rewards, will depend on the path chosen. Because of this, it is important that you choose your path carefully, especially since you cannot change paths.

However, the best path for you depends on your play style in Pokémon Go and what you like to do in the game.

Here’s a quick summary of the differences between the two paths:

Both paths will lead to an encounter with Cosmog.

As you can see from the mission overview and steps sections above, both Starry Skies paths are designed to take a good amount of time. For this reason, we recommend reading the quest step sections specific to each Path before making a decision to ensure you choose the right one.

It can be argued that the Night Path is a little quicker to complete since it doesn’t involve any walking-related challenges, but you would need to use Premium or Remote Raid Passes to complete the raid-related challenge in one day. If you choose this path, we recommend completing the first challenge in Step 2 (Catch 20 Ghost or Dark-type Pokémon) during the Solstice Horizons event, because Pokémon of both types will appear more frequently at night.

It may take you longer to complete the Day Path, as it requires you to walk 10 km for a challenge, an egg-themed challenge, and two “Catch 50 Pokémon” tasks. However, if you’re like me and aren’t very good at making excellent throws, you may find it easier to complete. It also doesn’t require you to spend any Raid Passes.

Please note that the only reward change is the lure you will receive. This means that if you really want a Mossy or Glacial decoy module but don’t want to pay for it, you need to choose your path around that.

Personally, I’ll choose the daytime path because it better suits my playstyle of walking around, catching Pokémon, and only doing one raid a week. (I just don’t feel like doing more than one a week right now…)

How does Starry Skies work in Pokémon Go?

Starry Skies is a special research quest that you can unlock by playing Pokémon Go at least once before Sunday, June 25 at 8 pm (local time) if you are above level 5. All you have to do is play Pokémon Go once to unlock the mission and then you can complete it at your own pace.

You can also purchase an additional mission ticket for £4.99, $5 or the equivalent in your local currency until Sunday 25 June at 8pm (local time). This will allow you to play the mission a second time and, in doing so, capture an additional Cosmog.

If you purchase this, be sure to log into Pokémon Go before Sunday, June 25 at 8 pm (local time) to ensure it has been unlocked successfully.

Starry Skies works pretty much the same as any other special research mission in Pokémon Go: it challenges you to complete a series of challenges to advance the mission and earn rewards. Once a quest step is completed, you can earn a branch of rewards before moving on to the next until you complete the quest.

The only difference between Starry Skies and most other special research missions is that it is a branching mission, meaning that after Step 1, you will have to choose between one of two paths: day or night. Your choice will determine some of the challenges you face and one of the rewards. It is important to remember that you cannot change your mind after selecting a path.

The Season of Adventure Abundance is almost here! Before it arrives, try to complete the Fascinating Facets and Sky High special research missions. You can also complete a route and fight in Go Battle League. Be sure to compete in Shadow Raids, use Daily Adventure Incense for a chance to run into Galarian Articuno, Galarian Zapdos, and Galarian Moltres. This incense can also give you encounters with other rare Pokémon in Pokémon Go.

How to buy starry skies in Pokémon Go

You can purchase an additional ticket for the Starry Skies mission in Pokémon Go, which will allow you to play the mission again, until Sunday, June 25 at 8 pm (local time).

The mission costs £4.99, $5 or the equivalent in your local currency.

To purchase a ticket, visit the in-game Pokémon Go store, accessed through the game’s main menu. From there, you simply need to find the banner announcing the quest.

Selecting this banner will display more information about the mission and to purchase it, select the “Buy” option before following the specific purchase instructions for your device.

The quest should be available from the moment you purchase it, meaning you can start working towards a third Cosmog right away. Just make sure the mission is unlocked before Sunday, June 25 at 8 pm (local time).

Good luck completing the Starry Skies quest!

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