Pokemon GO Electrify the Sky Research Tasks and Rewards

The Pokemon GO Electrify the Sky Research tasks and rewards will be useful knowledge during Pokemon Air Adventures. This event will last from May 3rd at 10 AM local time to May 8th at 8 PM local time. It’s all about Flying-type Pokemon, with Mega Latios and Mega Latias taking center stage. The rewards you get for completing the Electrify the Sky tasks reward you with Mega Energy for these two, which is why they’re important. So, let’s dive in.

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Pokemon GO Electrify the Sky Research Tasks and Rewards

Electrify the Sky Research Tasks & Rewards in Pokemon GO

There are only two “steps” in the Pokemon GO Electrify the Sky Research tasks and rewards, and they should be pretty simple to complete. The first one requires you to catch ten Flying Pikachu (aka the adorable little Pikachus floating around tied to a bunch of balloons.The reward you’ll get for completing it is fifty Latias Mega Energy. Step #2 is to catch thirty Flying-type Pokemon. Any Flying-type creatures count, though I’m not sure the floating Pikachus do. Either way, once that’s done with, you’ll get fifty Latios Mega Energy. The prize for finishing both steps is 3,000 XP and an encounter with a Flying Pikachu. Yes, yet another one of those, after you’ve already caught ten.

And there you have it, that’s all you really need to know about the Electrify the Sky Research tasks and rewards in Pokemon GO. This is all a part of the larger Pokemon Air Adventures event, which you can read more about here. The main draw of the event are Mega Latios and Mega Latias, hence the tasks that reward you with Mega Energy for the two. Every Latios and Latias caught in this period will know the Charged Attack Mist Ball and Charged Attack Luster Purge, respectively. On top of that, a number of different Pokemon that take to the skies will be spawning more often (including from Field Research tasks), hatching from 7km Eggs, etc. There’s a lot to sink your teeth into, is what I’m saying.

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