Pokémon Go Carnival of Love Collection Challenge, field research tasks and rewards

Carnival of Love is the Valentine’s Day event in Pokémon Go and sees the game being invaded by pink Pokémon.

You can complete the Carnival of Love Collection Challenge and event-exclusive Field Research tasks during this event. It’s also the only time you can catch a Heart-patterned Spinda or a Heart-patterned Furfrou in Pokémon Go, so be sure to get these Pokémon if you need them for your collection.

The Carnival of Love event also marks the launch of the brilliant Oricorio! Just keep in mind that the form of Oricorio you can capture depends on your region.

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List of Pokémon from the Carnival of Love Collection Challenge in Pokémon Go

The Carnival of Love Collection Challenge is available in Pokémon Go until Thursday, February 15 at 8 pm (local time) as part of the event that shares its name. Competing in this Collection Challenge will earn you some rewards and progress towards your Elite Collector Medal.

Note that you must obtain four of the Pokémon in this Collection Challenge by evolving them instead of catching them.

Here are all the Pokémon in the Carnival of Love Collection Challenge, along with how to find them:

  • Quaxly – In the wild
  • Quaxwell: Evolve into Quaxly using 25 Quaxly Candies.
  • Quaquavel: Evolve Quaxwell using 100 Quaxly Candies.
  • Snubbull: Field Research Task in the Wild or Event Exclusive (Catch 5 Pokémon)
  • Granbull: Evolve into Snubbul using 50 Snubbull Candies.
  • Skitty – In the wild
  • Delcatty: Evolve into Skitty using 50 Skitty candies.
  • Material: Field Research Task in the Wild or Event Exclusive (Catch 5 Pokémon)
  • Luvdisc: Field Research Task in the Wild or Event Exclusive (Catch 10 Pokémon)
  • Furfrou: In the wild, possible seasonal research advancement reward or event-exclusive field research task (catch 10 Pokémon)

For completing this challenge, you will be rewarded with 5000 XP, 2500 Stardust, and a Roserade.

It’s the Season of Eternal Journeys in Pokémon Go, so be sure to complete the Eternal Journeys quest! The Carnival of Love event is currently taking place. During it, take time to try out Routes, Gift Exchange, and Party Play while you hunt for rare Pokémon, battle in Go Battle League, or compete in PokéStop Showcases.

Carnival of Love Field Research Tasks in Pokémon Go

Spinning PokéStops during the Carnival of Love in Pokémon Go may result in you collecting field research tasks exclusive to the event in Pokémon Go. These tasks can be saved to your Field Research Collection and completed after the event is over, if you wish.

Although we recommend completing these tasks during the event, as some of the encounter rewards can help you finish the previous collection challenge. This is also the only time you can capture the Heart Pattern Spinda this year, so if you want this unique form, you’ll have to look for event-exclusive tasks! (Although you probably already know what the task will ask you to do.

Here are all the Carnival of Love Field Research Tasks in Pokémon Go:

  • Reward for catching 5 Pokémon: Snubbull or Stufful encounter
  • Reward for capturing 10 Pokémon: Luvdisc, Furfrou or 1 Sinnoh Stone
  • Make 5 Big Curveball Throws in a Row – Heart Pattern Spinda Encounter
  • Earn a candy reward by walking with your friend: encounter with Roselia
  • Exchange a Pokémon Reward: Clamperl Encounter
  • Spin 5 PokéStops or Gyms as a reward: 200 Stardust, 5 Poké Balls or 2 Super Potions.

Thanks to Amiibofan101 from reddit for the help with this information.

Encounters with Roselia and Clamperl can be obtained by completing the Carnival of Love research tasks.

Everything you need to know about the Carnival of Love in Pokémon Go

The Carnival of Love event will run until Thursday, February 15 at 8 pm (local time) in Pokémon Go. During this time, there are two Candy XL bonuses throughout this event, as you will earn two guaranteed Candy XLs by evolving Pokémon and a higher chance of receiving Candy XL when you walk with your friend.

If you live in Brazil, you can enjoy an additional Double Catch XP bonus to celebrate the Brazilian Carnival.

The Carnival of Love also sees the release of the brilliant Oricorio; just remember that the form of Oricorio you can catch depends on your region.

Image credit: Niantic

Here are all the Pokémon that appear most frequently in the wild during the Carnival of Love event:

  • snub
  • Skitty
  • rosalia
  • luvdisc
  • Blue Flower Flabébé – In the Asia-Pacific region
  • Orange Blossom Flabébé
  • Flabébé Red Flower – In Europe, the Middle East and Africa
  • Flabébé White Flower
  • Yellow Flower Flabébé – In the Americas
  • Furfrou
  • Oricorio Style Dance – In Europe, the Middle East and Africa
  • Oricorio Pa’u Style – On Islands in Africa, Asia, the Pacific and the Caribbean
  • Pompom style Oricorio – In the Americas
  • Sensu Style Oricorio – In the Asia-Pacific region
  • Stuffed
  • Quaxly

You can also give a Furfrou a heart ornament during the Carnival of Love and enter Pokémon at PokéStop Showcases. There is also a new animated pose, Luvdisc Tambourine Pose, for sale in the in-game store.

Image credit: Niantic

Finally, you can purchase a paid Timed Research Mission during the Carnival of Love. This mission costs £0.99, $1, or the equivalent price level in your region. Please note that this quest cannot be purchased with PokéCoins, is non-refundable, and must be completed by Thursday, February 15 at 8 pm (local time). However, you can give it to players with whom you are great friends or superior.

I hope you enjoy the Carnival of Love event in Pokémon Go!

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