Pokemon Go September 2019 Community Day

Pokemon Go September 2019 Community Day

Here’s what you’ll begetting up to for the Pokemon Go September Community Day.

Surprise! Niantic is running another Pokemon Go Community Day in September 2019. It follows the same pattern as previous Community Day events, in that it shines a spotlight on a particular Pokemon, and offers players a chance to enjoy exclusive bonuses. To help get you up to speed, we’ve collected all of the key info you need to know about Pokemon Go September Community Day. We’ll highlight the schedule for the event, and then go over some of the exclusive bonuses that will be available. As usual, there will be an exclusive move available on the day, so we’ll include details on what it is and how to get your hands on it.

Pokemon Go September 2019 Community Day

As in previous months, Niantic is running a Pokemon Go Community Day For September 2019. It focuses on a specific Pokemon, that will be appearing more frequently in the wild. The September Community Day is a great opportunity for trainers to get out there and earn exclusive rewards, so be sure to study up below in preparation.

Pokemon Go September Community Day Start Date and Time

You won’t have to wait long to jump into the Pokemon Go September Community Day event, as it’s happening very soon indeed. It begins on September 15, 2019, and only runs for 3 hours. We’ve included some exact timings below:

  • GMT: 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.
  • PST: 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.
  • JST: 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Pokemon Go SeptemberCommunity Day Shiny Turtwig

As has been the case for previous Pokemon Go Community Day events, there will be a focus on a particular Pokemon in September. This time it is Turtwig, the gen 4 grass-type pokemon. During the event, Mudkip will appear much more frequently, which means that shinies will also be more common. This will be a great chance to get yourself a shiny Turtwig, so get out there and get exploring. To read more about shiny Pokemon in Pokemon Go, head on over to our Pokemon Go Shiny Pokemon Guide.

Pokemon Go Turtwig Community Day Exclusive Move

Each month, Niantic puts an exclusive move into Pokemon Go. It’s always related to the headline pokemon, so in this case it will be Turtwig. As the event grows near, Niantic will reveal the move, and it’s likely to be a grass-type move.

For more on Pokemon Go, be sure to visit our Pokemon Go Guides Hub. It has all kinds of info on Pokemon Go, from a look at recent events, to breakdowns on the best ways to play.

Pokemon Go September Community Day Bonuses

One of the best reasons to get involved with the Pokemon Go September Community Day events is because of the exclusive bonuses that go live. The ones that you can take on in September are pretty worthwhile, and are no doubt intended to get players trying out the new PvP mechanics in Pokemon Go. We’ve listed the bonuses for the Pokemon Go September Community Day below:

  • 1/4 Hatch Distance
  • 3 hour lures
  • Triple Catch XP
  • Exclusive Move

Pokemon Go Turtwig - How Strong is Turtwig in Pokemon Go?

Given that this month's Pokemon Go Community Day event focuses on the gen 4 grass pokemon Turtwig it's worth taking a look at how it stacks up in battle. We've listed the key info and stats you need to know about Turtwig below:

  • Max CP: 1187
  • Attack: 119
  • Defense: 110
  • Stamina: 146
  • Pokedex Entry - 'Turtwig, the Tiny Leaf Pokémon. Its shell is made of earth and when it absorbs water, it becomes harder.'

Pokemon Go Turtwig Moves

You'll likely be chasing down as many Turtwig as possible during the Pokemon Go September Community Day Event, so you'll need to know what moves to look out for. We've listed all of Turtwig's moves in Pokemon Go below:

  • Tackle
  • Razor Leaf
  • Energy Ball
  • Seed Bomb
  • Body Slam

How to Make the Most of the Pokemon Go Community Day

Given the associated bonuses that will be live during Pokemon Go Community Day, you'll want to ensure you're making the most of your time. Make sure you hang around PokeStops with lures active, and equip a Star Piece if you've got one. This will lead to huge Stardust increases, and Pinap Berries will make sure you get more Candy with each catch. You'll also want to have as many Mudkip Candies as possible going into the event, so that you can evolve as many Totodiles as you can.

Previous Pokemon Go Community Day Pokemon

The Pokemon Go Community Day is the latest in a long line of event days. Each one has focused on a specific Pokemon, increasing spawn rates on the day. We've listed all of the Pokemon featured in Community Day events previously.

  • February - Dratini
  • March - Bulbasaur
  • April - Mareep
  • May - Charmander
  • June - Larvitar
  • July - Squirtle
  • August - Eevee
  • September - Chikorita
  • October - Beldum
  • November - Cyndaquil
  • Jan 2019 - Totodile
  • Feb 2019 - Swinub
  • March 2019 - Treecko
  • April 2019 - Bagon
  • May 2019 - Torchic
  • June 2019 - Slakoth
  • July 2019 - Mudkip
  • August 2019 - Ralts
  • September 2019 - Turtwig

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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