Today via the official Pokemon Go twitter handle we received news on two upcoming community day events. Per the tweet we will have 4 more pokemon to choose from for September & October Community Day.
Exciting news, Trainers! September AND October #PokemonGOCommunityDay will be decided by the community! Here are the candidates.
More details soon! pic.twitter.com/eXlRDujMMY
— Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) August 12, 2020
- Charmander – a bipedal, reptilian Pokémon with a primarily orange body and blue eyes. Its underside from the chest down and the soles of its feet are cream-colored. It has two small fangs visible in its upper jaw and two smaller fangs in its lower jaw. A fire burns at the tip of this Pokémon’s slender tail and has blazed there since Charmander’s birth. The flame can be used as an indication of Charmander’s health and mood, burning brightly when the Pokémon is strong, weakly when it is exhausted, wavering when it is happy, and blazing when it is enraged. It is said that Charmander dies if its flame goes out. However, if the Pokémon is healthy, the flame will continue to burn even if it gets a bit wet and is said to steam in the rain.
- Caterpie – a Pokémon that resembles a green caterpillar with a yellow underside and teardrop-shaped tail. There are yellow ring-shaped markings down the sides of its segmented body, which resemble its eyes and are meant to scare off predators. Its most notable characteristic is the bright red antenna (osmeterium) on its head, which releases a stench to repel predators. Despite these features and its camouflage in green foliage, Caterpie is often preyed upon by Flying-type Pokémon. Its four tiny feet are tipped with suction cups, permitting this Pokémon to scale most surfaces with minimal effort.
- Grimer – a slimy, amorphous Pokémon whose body was animated because of lunar radiation. It has two large eyes with beady pupils and a gaping mouth with a gray tongue. While it lacks any visible legs, it does have two arms with three digits on each hand. Its purple sludge body contains a variety of pungent bacteria, which are so potent that it renders soil barren and incapable of supporting plant life. It is constantly oozing a bacteria-rich fluid from all parts of its body. Pieces of it often break off during travel and go on to become new Grimer. When combined with another Grimer, it produces new poisonous compounds.
- Porygon – a Pokémon made completely out of programming code. It is arguably the first artificial Pokemon. It has a pink polyhedral body with a blue front, blue triangular prism feet, and a blue rectangular prism tail. It has a pink, polyhedral head that ends in a blue beak and has hexagonal eyes. In 3D games, such as Pokémon Stadium, it can detach its limbs and head from its torso. According to its Pokédex entries, it has copy protection built into its code, preventing duplication through electronic means. It was created 20 years ago at the Pokémon Lab on Cinnabar Island using the latest state-of-the-art technology of its time, so many of its parts have since become obsolete. It was the first artificial Pokémon to have ever been created through computer programming.
Who will you choose for September & October Community Day?