Pokemon GO is undergoing a lot of different changes and has been for several years now. When the game first launched on mobile devices, there were not a lot of Pokemon that players could catch, but that has drastically changed. Through a variety of different events, there are a lot of new Pokemon that are now available in Pokemon GO.
Although Community Days are great for catching an individual Pokemon, the Unlock Paldea Event is designed for players to catch a lot of new Pokemon. During this event, there will be plenty of different ways for players to catch new Pokemon, including raids. Here, we will go over all the Pokemon you can catch in Raids during the Ultra Unlock Paldea event in Pokemon GO.
All Raid Pokemon During Ultra Unlock Paldea Event
In Pokemon GO, players can join other players to take down a variety of raid Pokemon to catch rarer Pokemon through a group effort. During the Ultra Unlock Paldea Event, these Pokemon will be even rarer than before. Below is a list of all the Pokemon you can catch in raids during the Ultra Unlock Paldea Event, what star level their raids are, and if they can be shiny or not, which is marked by a *:
- Unknown A - One-Star Raid *
- Unknown D - One-Star Raid *
- Unknown E - One-Star Raid *
- Unknown L - One-Star Raid *
- Unknown P - One-Star Raid *
- Turtonator - Three-Star Raid *
- Kleavor - Three-Star Raid *
- Bombirdier - Three-Star Raid *
- Kartana - Five-Star Raid
- Celesteela - Five-Star Raid
- Mega Manetric - Mega Raid *
A lot of these Pokemon are quite rare, and to make it even better, nearly all of these Pokemon can be shiny when you complete the raid. The only Pokemon that cannot be shiny are Kartana and Celesteela. Bombirdier will also appear for the first time in Pokemon GO through its Three-Star raid.
Pokemon GO Ultra Unlock Paldea Event Raid Schedule
For those who are unaware, the Ultra Unlock Paldea Event is a much longer event than normal. Because of that, there is actually a rotating schedule on what Pokemon will appear during raids in Pokemon GO. What is the key here is where you live in the world. What Pokemon you see are split into two regions, the northern hemisphere and the southern hemisphere.
From September 1 until September 8, the northern hemisphere gets Kartana, and the southern hemisphere gets Celesteela. From September 8 until September 16, the northern hemisphere will get Celesteela, and the southern hemisphere will get Kartana. During the second part of the schedule, there is a chance where you can see both Pokemon in case you missed them.