Pokemon GO Skull and Armor Challenge

Can’t figure out how to complete the Pokemon GO Skull and Armor Collection Challenge? Don’t worry, we’re here to help you. In this guide, we will explain everything you need to do in order to finish this task. It’s honestly nothing difficult, but you do have a limited time to pull it off. Hopefully, the guide will help you out. Let’s jump in.

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Pokemon GO Skull and Armor Challenge

How to Complete Pokemon GO Skull and Armor Collection Challenge

To complete the Skull and Armor Collection Challenge in Pokemon GO, which is a part of the 2023 Adventure Week, you need to obtain four Pokemon. Some of them you’ll have to catch, while others require you to go through the evolution process. Now, the two Pokemon you’ll have to capture are Shieldon and Cranidos. This shouldn’t be much of a problem, because both of them will be appearing in the wild more often while the event lasts (which is until August 2 at 8 PM local time). To get the other two Pokemon in this Collection Challenge, Bastiodon and Rampardos, you’ll have to evolve the two you caught. Fortunately, both of these evolutions are really easy. All you’ll need are fifty Shieldon Candy and fifty Cranidos Candy, respectively.

And there you go, that’s how you finish the Pokemon GO Skull and Armor Collection Challenge. There are three other Collection Challenges to complete in the 2023 Adventure Week, such as Root and Claw. All of them are basically the same, in that you have to catch two Pokemon and then evolve them. If you want assistance on this journey, be sure to use the Nearby badges or ribbons to help you out (or take a gander at our Nearby Badge Explained guide for a full list of all Challenges). Also, if you’re struggling to make a choice between the two paths in the Adventures Near and Far Timed Research, head over to our Pokemon GO Sightseeing or Studious Adventure Path Choice guide.

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