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Pokémon GO Fest Sapporo Living Meadow Habitat - Challenge And Rewards

Learn about the latest Living Meadow Habitat Collect Challenge during the Pokémon GO Fest Sapporo event.
Pokémon GO Fest Sapporo Living Meadow Habitat - Challenge And Rewards
In-person events are wrapping up for the Season of GO with the introduction of Pokémon GO Fest Sapporo. Like the other two events that happened earlier in the Summer, there is a Collection Challenge that can be completed globally, even if you don't have a ticket or access to the in-person event.

This time around, the global challenge tied to the in-person event is called the Living Meadow Habitat Collection Challenge. The same rules from other Collection Challenges still apply, and all Trainers need to focus on is catching a list of themed Pokémon. Of course, completion leads to badges and rewards at the end of the road.

Living Meadow Habitat Collection Challenge Guide - Pokémon GO Fest Sapporo

Grass-type
Grass-types are the focus of the Collection Challenge. (Picture: Niantic)

As the Sapporo event runs in real-time, the habitat that Trainers see around the world will change. If you are one of the players who can make it to the in-person event, then there will be rotating habitats throughout the day. For everyone else, the habitat will have one set theme for as long as the Collection Challenge is live.

Considering the global task is called the Living Meadow Habitat Collection Challenge, it only makes sense for the theme to contain Grass-type Pokémon. In total, you'll need to catch six of the meadow Pokémon from the event to complete the list. Below you can find all six Pokémon and the rewards that follow.

GO Fest Sapporo: Living Meadow Habitat List

  • Paras
  • Bellsprout
  • Hoppip
  • Sunkern
  • Cherrim (Sunny)
  • Cottonee

GO Fest Sapporo: Living Meadow Habitat Rewards

  • Pansage
  • Two Pinap Berries
  • 2022 Stardust
  • Elite Collector Badge

During the Sapporo event, Pansage will have a shiny debut. With how rare the regional Pokémon can be, earning a shiny is some easy bragging rights. However, the debut won't apply to anyone outside of the in-person event. Most Trainers will need to wait until the weekend is over to attempt their own shiny catch.

Season of GO
The Season of GO is quickly coming to a close. (Picture: Niantic)

Along with the Collection Challenge that will take place around the globe, there is a shared community challenge. For this one, Trainers will need to collectively complete 30,000,000 field research tasks. These are the tasks you get when you spin a PokéStop. Instead of full rewards, this will net everyone a 2x Stardust bonus.

The Global Events will end on Sunday, August 7 at 8 pm GMT +9. Once a new week starts, we will all be headed towards the final stages of the Season of GO, and there will be plenty of free content to explore.

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Featured image courtesy of Niantic.