Catch Shiny Munna in Pokemon GO 2022

Can Munna be shiny in Pokemon GO? Well yes, they can! The Dream Eater Pokémon is finally getting its shiny form this summer in Pokemon GO. This comes as a part of the Pokémon GO Fest 2022 finale event which is set to kick off during the last weekend of August in 2022. In this guide, you’ll learn more about the event and how to catch shiny Munna in Pokemon GO.

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Catch Shiny Munna in Pokemon GO 2022
How to encounter shiny Munna in Pokemon GO in August 2022?

How to Catch Shiny Munna in Pokemon GO

Munna is a part of the fifth generation of Pokémon, introduced with Pokémon Black and White in 2011. The Psychic-type Pokémon evolves into Musharna when exposed to an Unova stone and 50 candies. This circle-shaped pink Pokémon has been beloved by many fans. Thus, it’s definitely not a surprise that many players have been waiting for its shiny form to finally appear. And, as you might already know, we have great news! Yes, for the first time ever in Pokémon GO, you’ll be able to encounter a shiny Munna! With the help of some luck, of course, as it is not guaranteed that they will appear for you.

Munna’s shiny form is a part of the Pokémon GO Fest 2022 finale event, which is set to kick off on August 27th, at 10 am your local time. This one-day event will last until 6 pm that day, also your local time. However, what Trainers like you probably want to know is – how to catch shiny Munna in Pokemon GO during this event? Well, the absolute best way to catch a shiny Munna i by finding a special habitat during the event.

There will be four unique habitats during the event, and one of them will feature Munna. This particular habitat will have Munna appearing more frequently in the wild during its period. And, it will last from 4 pm to 6 pm your local time. Thus, make sure to use this window of opportunity to find a shiny Munna! Especially because we are not sure if shiny Munna will stay after this event or if is this a one-time occurrence.

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