Pokemon GO Mossy Lure Module, How to Get & Pokemon Mossy Lure List

In our Pokemon GO Mossy Lure Module, How to Get and Mossy Lure List guide, we’re going to give you the details about this particular module, especially as it pertains to the Sustainability Week 2022 event. The item is necessary to complete one of the parts of the event, which is why it’s so important to know how to get one and which Pokemon it attracts. So, let’s begin.

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pokemon go mossy lure module how to get & pokemon mossy lure list
Pokemon GO Mossy Lure Module, How to Get & Pokemon Mossy Lure List

How to Get Mossy Lure Module Pokemon GO

To get the Pokemon GO Mossy Lure Module, you have to purchase it from the in-game store for 200 Coins a pop. As far as I know, that is the only way to obtain them, though they may be a part of a bundle at times. More on that in a second. Once you have a Mossy Lure, you need to place it in a PokeStop, the same way you would with any other Lure Module. It will then attract certain Pokemon and make them spawn more while the Lure lasts, which is usually thirty minutes.

It’s clear now that you need to have some Coins stashed away to get yourself the Mossy Lure Module. However, since it’s a large part of the Sustainability Week 2022 event, you’ll find one Mossy Lure in a free bundle you’ll be able to pick up from the store. That should at least get you going. For more info about the event, check out our Pokemon GO Sustainability Week Field Research Rewards & Collection Challenge guide.

Pokemon Attracted to Mossy Lure Module List

The list below shows you which Pokemon will be attracted to the Mossy Lure Module during the Pokemon GO Sustainability Week 2022 event. In fact, some of them, like Weepinbell and Gloom, might not even appear without a Mossy Lure. It’s a problem, because you can’t complete the event’s Collection Challenge without these two. That’s why you’re gonna need at least one Mossy Lure if you want to clear the board. It’s nice that the developers are giving one for free, so if you don’t have the Coins, make sure to make it count. Anyways, here’s the aforementioned list.

  • Bellossom
  • Cherubi
  • Chikorita
  • Diglett (Alolan)
  • Gloom
  • Grotle
  • Nincada
  • Sewaddle
  • Sunkern
  • Weepinbell
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