Pokémon Go World of Wonders hemisphere Pokémon, seasonal spawns and end date

World of Wonders is the fourteenth season of Pokémon Go. Technically it’s the Season of World of Wonders, but that’s pretty complicated…

During this season, you’ll be able to complete the World of Wonders special research quest to add Poipole, a new Ultra Beast, to your Pokémon Go collection. There will also be a regular rotation of different events and other new Pokémon releases!

Like past seasons, World of Wonders includes changes to egg pools, seasonal spawns, and which Pokémon appear in the Northern and Southern Hemisphere.

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Pokémon Go World of Wonders End Date: When will the World of Wonders season end?

World of Wonders has a start time of Friday, March 1 at 10 am (local time) and will end on Saturday, June 1 at 10 am (local time).

Go Battle League Season 18 will run during this period and will contain, as always, all three leagues and a selection of special cups.

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World of Wonders bonuses in Pokémon Go

There are three raid-themed bonuses that run throughout the World of Wonders event in Pokémon Go, the first being that you can earn an additional free Raid Pass per day by spinning Gyms. The amount of XP you can earn in one- and three-star raids, including Shadow Raids, has also been increased for the duration of World of Wonders. Finally, the damage your Pokémon deal will increase if you participate in a raid with friends.

The Research Breakthrough encounter rewards have also changed for World of Wonders. Once again, there are several Pokémon on offer and it’s important to note that this lineup won’t change until next season.

From Friday, March 1 to Saturday, June 1, you will have the chance to meet Hisuian Sneasel, Furfrou, Goomy, Sandygast, Jangmo-o and Dubwool.

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World of Wonders roadmap in Pokémon Go

World of Wonders begins by bringing a new season-long Special Research Mission to Pokémon Go. Completing the World of Wonders special research will eventually lead you to catching Poipole, one of the Ultra Beasts. However, you won’t be able to do this right away as, like the research missions from previous seasons, the challenges will be released in sets throughout World of Wonders.

To catch Poipole, make sure you unlock his quest by playing Pokémon Go at least once between Friday, March 1 at 10 a.m. (local time) and Saturday, June 1 at 9:59 a.m. (local time). As long as the quest is unlocked, you will be able to complete it after the World of Wonders season ends!

However, Poipole won’t be the only new Pokémon arriving during World of Wonders, and while most of it remains a mystery, we know that Charcadet, Armarouge, and Ceruledge are on the way!

The first World of Wonders event is Charged Research Day, which will take place on Sunday, March 3, from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. (local time). You’ll be able to complete event-exclusive Field Research tasks during this event to earn encounters with Electric types like Chinchou, Electrike, and Joltik. The wild card will also be invaded by electric Pokémon such as Pikachu, Emolga and Pawmi. Plus, if you feel like parting with some cash, there will be a paid timed research mission you’ll need to complete.

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After this comes the Pokémon Horizons: The Series celebration event, which will run from Tuesday, March 5 at 10 a.m. (local time) to Monday, March 11 at 8 p.m. (local time). This event celebrates the new Pokémon Horizons anime, which Eurogamer previewed last year. Watch the release of Charcadet, Armarouge, Ceruledge, and Cap’s Hat Pikachu in Pokémon Go.

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Below you will find all the events currently confirmed for World of Wonders so far:

  • Loaded Research Day: Sunday, March 3 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. local time)
  • Pokémon Horizons: Series Celebration Event: Tuesday, March 5 to Monday, March 11
  • Meteorological week: Thursday, March 14 to Monday, March 18
  • March Community Day: Saturday, March 16 (2:00 pm to 5:00 pm local time)
  • Raid Day: Primal Kyogre: Sunday, March 17 (2:00 pm to 5:00 pm local time)
  • Raid Day: Primal Groudon: Saturday, March 23 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. local time)
  • Verdant Wonders and Zarude Ticketed Event: Thursday, March 21 – Monday, March 25
  • World of Wonders: Taken Over: Wednesday, March 27 to Sunday, March 31
  • Shadow Mewtwo returns! – Saturday March 30 to Sunday March 31
  • April Community Day Classic: Sunday, April 7
  • April Community Day – Saturday April 20
  • May Community Day – Sunday, May 19

As of this writing, several Community Day events have yet to confirm their featured Pokémon. However, they will be announced closer to the release dates.

Go Battle League Season 18 will also take place in World of Wonders.

So far the following Pokémon have been confirmed for five-star raids:

  • Tapu Koko – Friday, March 1 to Thursday, March 14
  • Regice – Thursday March 14 to Thursday March 21
  • Tapu Lele – Thursday, March 21 to Thursday, April 4

Shadow Raikou, Shadow Entei, and Shadow Suicune will also appear in five-star Shadow Raids during World of Wonders, starting with Shadow Raikou in March.

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Meanwhile, the following Mega Raids have been confirmed:

  • Mega Sceptile – From Friday, March 1 to Thursday, March 14
  • Mega Tyranitar: Thursday, March 14 to Thursday, March 21
  • Mega Venusaur – Thursday, March 21 to Thursday, April 4

Here are the Spotlight Hour Pokémon and bonuses for March:

  • Pawmi and XP double evolution – Tuesday, March 5
  • Nidoran (female) and double capture of Stardust – Tuesday, March 12
  • Vulpix, Poliwag, Snorunt and Hippopotas and Double Catch XP: Tuesday, March 19
  • Hoppip and Double Catch Candy – Tuesday March 26

There will also be a new collection of stickers to collect and use in World of Wonders, as always.

Finally, you will be able to purchase the Wonder Ticket in the in-game store during World of Wonders. Doing so will give you access to three timed research missions that will reward you with Pokémon encounters, items, and avatar clothing. Please note that you must complete all three missions by Friday, June 14 at 8 pm (local time), because even with that extra time after World of Wonders, the rewards will be gone forever if you don’t claim them.

The World of Wonders is coming to Pokémon Go soon. Don’t forget to try Routes, Gift Exchange, and Party Play while you hunt for rare Pokémon, battle in Go Battle League, or compete in PokéStop Showcases.

Pokémon in the World of Wonders hemisphere, seasonal and biome generation changes

World of Wonders brings changes to Pokémon that appear in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, including creatures that appear in Pokémon Go biomes:

Area Pokemon
North Hemisphere Hisuian GrowlitheMawileBagonSnivyTepigOshawottLitleo
southern hemisphere Hisuian VoltorbChikoritaCyndaquilTotodileSkarmoryLarvitarElectrike
Cities TogeticGardevoirDelcattyGulpinStunkyPurrloinScraggy
Forests JumpluffAbsolElgyemPhantumpDewpiderFomantisPawmi
Mountains MagcargoPhanpyNosepassMedichamDuskullCarbinkNoibat
Beaches and water QuagsireShuckleSurskitClamperlInkayClauncherTadbulb

This includes a number of changes in egg groups, but it should be noted that these lists are incomplete. Certain in-game events also change egg reserves for a limited period of time.

There has also been a notable change to how the 7km egg cluster works with the release of World of Wonders. Any 7km eggs you earn through gift exchanges on routes will now have a different set of eggs compared to the ones you receive from opening gifts normally.

Egg Pokemon
2km TogepiGothitaSolosisLarvestaFletchling
5km LickitungSableyeRoggenrolaLarvestaSkrelp
5K Adventure Sync GligarMantykeTirtougaArchenPhantump
7km eggs Alolan Vulpix Galarian Slowpoke Galarian Farfetch’d Paldean Wooper Galarian Stunfisk
7km of Routes Hisuian GrowlithePaldean WooperHisuian SneaselPawniardVullaby
10 kilometres LarvestaGoomyTurtonatorFrigibaxCharcadet after 8:00 p.m. (local time) on Monday, March 11
10K Adventure Sync DratiniDeinoGoomyTurtonatorJangmo-o

What are seasons in Pokémon Go?

Originally introduced in December 2021, Seasons are periods of the game that last three months and bring together various events with a theme. During this time, a selection of new features and quality of life changes may also be added to Pokémon Go.

This includes:

  • Changes to the way Pokémon appear from season to season, which may cause some creatures to appear more regularly or become rarer in the wild for limited periods of time.
  • Changes to egg pools and raids.
  • Spawning specific to the northern and southern hemispheres, coinciding with real-world seasons.
  • Highlights specific Mega Evolutions, giving them a power boost throughout the season.
  • Different forms of Deerling.
  • A new season of Go Battle League, which will have the same duration as the season itself.
  • XP boosts by completing specific activities, like five-star raids, for example.
  • Introduce other general improvements in the quality of life.
  • A variety of events in the game.
  • New Pokémon.
  • From time to time, new features.

For more information on past Pokémon Go seasons, visit our Season of Timeless Journeys, Season of Adventures Galore, and Season of Hidden Gems pages.

I hope you enjoy the World of Wonders season! (What name…)

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