Greninja, which was originally introduced to the Pokémon world as part of Gen VI, is in Pokemon X And s, has proven to be one of the most iconic pocket monsters of all time. What an ambitious gecko froggy thing. And now, thanks to the highly anticipated weekend tera raid event, he’ll be appearing in it carmine And Violet As one of the Seven Star Special Raids.
From January 27th through January 29th, you’ll have the last weekend of the month to try and find your way to an online raid to battle Greninja. It would be a Poison Tera Type, and it would reach level 100, with that great seven-star goodness. All you have to do is have three more friends, or an online raid shell that doesn’t have three idiots attached to their buddies Magikarp and Scatterbug.
This is all part of carmine And VioletRegular Weekend Events, where special Pokémon that aren’t part of the games Pokédex can be added for a short time to add to your squads. And if it’s anything like the previous weekends, if you miss this coming weekend, there will probably be another in a month or so. But we don’t know for sure, so don’t get complacent!
Likes gigs the (RepletePreviously featured in Terra’s Special Weekend Raids, Greninja appears in the game with “The Mightiest Mark”, meaning you can only capture one of them per save file. Because it is private, see.
Why is Greninia so special? Well, this is the final look of one of the x yThe starter, Froakie, who always brings a certain amount of affection. Add to that that in the anime, Ash had one as part of his team, who had the Battle Bond ability Insanity – that is, he could fuse his consciousness with Ash to form the fictionally named Ash-Greninja, half Ash, half Pokémon brutality He should have been killed by fire.
There was her time Much controversy When Ash left him Greninja, and reunited much later he was not shown by Ash-Greninja Brundlefly. But you will show through Ash’s last 11 episodes working on the anime? I honestly couldn’t care less.
But still, get the big blue frog within the weekend.
Updated: 01/16/23, 10.12 a.m. ET: This article originally incorrectly stated that you cannot be born stronger Mark Pokemon. This mistake was made because John is an idiot.
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