Oricorio, known as the Dancing Pokemon, has officially made its Pokemon GO debut. As part of the “Festival of Colors” event, players will be able to encounter one of four distinct Oriciorio forms. These are: Sensu, Baile, Pom-Pom, and Pa’u. Depending on which region in the world you are playing Pokemon GO from, you will have the chance of getting one of these styles. Each of these is different, and in this Pokemon GO Oricorio Forms, Sensu, Baile, Pom-Pom, Pa’u guide, we will explain how to catch them all.
How to Get Oricorio Pokemon GO Sensu, Baile, Pom-Pom & Pa’u Forms
Getting the appropriate form depends on which region in the world you are playing Pokemon GO from. We will go over all the different Oricorio styles and where you can get them. So, let’s begin:
- Oricorio Baile style. This form of Oricorio will be appearing in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. This red Oricorio is a Fire/Flying dual-type Pokemon and it looks like a Flamenco dancer in bird form.
- Oricorio Pom-Pom style. This form of Oricorio will be appearing in the Americas. Colored yellow and sporting two pom-poms (which doubtless give it its name), this Oricorio is an electric/Flying dual-type Pokemon.
- Oricorio Sensu style. This form of Oricorio will be appearing in the Asia-Pacific region of the world. A Ghost/Flying dual-type Pokemon, this Oricorio style is colored purple and is evocative of the traditional dances from that part of the world.
- Oricorio Pa’u style. This form of Oricorio will be appearing in African, Asian, Pacific, and Caribbean islands. It is a Psychic/Flying dual-type Pokemon. Colored pink and white, it looks like a Hula dancer from Hawaii.
Besides these four Oricorio types, there are other things you can get from this event as well. Our Festival of Colors Research Tasks & Rewards guide has a complete list of all the tasks and rewards you can snatch during the event.