How to Get Tyrunt & Amaura in Pokemon GO

Trainers the world over want to know how to get Tyrunt and Amaura in Pokemon GO, and we’re here to help. These two Pokemon are the newest additions to the game, which is why there’s still some mystery surrounding them. Of course people want to know how to get them, as much and as fast as possible. So, let’s dive in.

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how to get tyrunt & amaura in pokemon go
How to Get Tyrunt & Amaura in Pokemon GO

How to Get Tyrunt and Amaura in Pokemon GO

There are several ways to get Tyrunt and Amaura in Pokemon GO at the time of writing. Adventure Week is happening at the moment, which is the event that introduced the two newcomers. Therefore, you have more options to get Amaura and Tyrunt then might be the case in the future. So, first off, you can run into these two in wild encounters. The official event post seems to imply that Amaura appears from 11 AM to 12 PM and from 1 PM to 2 PM local time, and Tyrunt from 12 PM to 1:00 PM and from 2 PM to 3 PM local time, so keep those in mind. The second potential source of both these creatures are 7km Eggs. This will probably remain true even after Adventure Week wraps up.

While the event is still in full swing, though, a very good way to get Tyrunt and Amaura in Pokemon GO is to do Field Research and Timed Research Tasks. We’ve covered those in detail in our Adventure Week Field Research Tasks 2022 guide, but there are only a few that concern the two we’re talking about. Namely, you need to spin twenty-five PokeStops and walk five kilometers to earn an encounter with either of the two. It’s a coin toss as to which one it’ll be. If you don’t want the uncertainty, then either spin fifty PokeStops or Gyms to meet Tyrunt, or earn five Candies exploring with your buddy for Amaura. For optimal results, you should do everything we’ve listed in the guide as often as you can.

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