Field Research for September/October

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These are the available Research Tasks with Pokémon encounters for the month of September & October. The current reward encounter for a Research Breakthrough is Eevee with a flower crown.

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  • Catch 10 Pokémon
    Magikarp
    CP 99 - 117
    shiny
  • Catch 15 Pokémon
    Sandshrew
    CP 503 - 540
    shiny
  • Catch a Dragon-type Pokémon
    Dratini
    CP 397 - 430
    shiny
  • Catch 3 different species of Dark-type Pokémon
    Poochyena
    CP 263 - 290
    shiny
  • Catch 3 different species of Psychic-type Pokémon
    Drowzee
    CP 411 - 446
    shiny
  • Catch 4 Grass- or Ice-type Pokémon
    Seel
    CP 382 - 416
    shiny
  • Catch 5 Fairy-type Pokémon
    Marill
    CP 172 - 197
  • Catch 5 Normal-type Pokémon
    Zigzagoon
    CP 193 - 218
    shiny
  • Catch 3 Fire-, Water-, or Electric-type Pokémon
    Doduo
    CP 477 - 514
  • Catch 5 Pokémon with Weather Boost
    Vulpix
    CP 347 - 378
  • Catch 5 Pokémon with Weather Boost
    Poliwag
    CP 324 - 355
    shiny
  • Use 5 Berries to help Catch Pokémon
    Snorunt
    CP 349 - 380
    shiny
  • Use 5 Razz Berries to help catch Pokémon
    Swinub
    CP 288 - 317
    shiny
  • Use 10 Nanab Berry to help catch Pokémon
    Scyther
    CP 1104 - 1160
    shiny
  • Make 5 Nice Throws
    Voltorb
    CP 399 - 432
  • Make 3 Great Throws
    Gastly
    CP 487 - 527
    shiny
  • Make 3 Great Throws
    Buneary
    CP 501 - 539
    shiny
  • Make 3 Great Throws
    Lileep
    CP 515 - 553
    shiny
  • Make 3 Great Throws
    Anorith
    CP 613 - 655
    shiny
  • Make 3 Great Throws in a row
    Onix
    CP 435 - 472
    shiny
  • Make 5 Great Curveball Throws in a row
    Spinda
    CP 486 - 523
    shiny
  • Make 3 Excellent Throws in a row
    Larvitar
    CP 411 - 445
    shiny
  • Battle in a Gym
    Mankey
    CP 462 - 499
    shiny
  • Battle in a gym
    Makuhita
    CP 318 - 350
    shiny
  • Battle in a Gym 5 times
    Machop
    CP 509 - 548
    shiny
  • Win a Gym battle
    Bulbasaur
    CP 442 - 477
    shiny
  • Win a Gym battle
    Charmander
    CP 387 - 420
    shiny
  • Win a Gym battle
    Squirtle
    CP 372 - 405
    shiny
  • Win 3 Gym battles
    Jynx
    CP 1040 - 1095
  • Use a super effective Charged Attack in 7 Gym battles
    Electabuzz
    CP 949 - 1000
  • Battle in a raid
    Spoink
    CP 533 - 571
    shiny
  • Win a level 3 or higher raid
    Omanyte
    CP 620 - 662
    shiny
  • Win a level 3 or higher raid
    Kabuto
    CP 548 - 587
    shiny
  • Win 5 Raids
    Aerodactyl
    CP 1136 - 1193
    shiny
  • Battle a team leader 2 times
    Natu
    CP 437 - 472
    shiny
  • Battle another trainer
    Electrike
    CP 380 - 413
    shiny
  • Hatch an Egg
    Exeggcute
    CP 467 - 503
  • Hatch an Egg
    Hoppip
    CP 231 - 257
  • Hatch 3 Eggs
    Magmar
    CP 973 - 1026
  • Hatch 5 Eggs
    Chansey
    CP 490 - 537
  • Evolve a Pokémon
    Cubone
    CP 402 - 436
    shiny
  • Power up a Pokémon 5 times
    Bulbasaur
    CP 442 - 477
    shiny
  • Power up a Pokémon 5 times
    Charmander
    CP 387 - 420
    shiny
  • Power up a Pokémon 5 times
    Squirtle
    CP 372 - 405
    shiny
  • Earn 3 candy walking with your buddy
    Ponyta
    CP 683 - 727
    shiny
  • Send 10 Gifts to friends
    Sneasel
    CP 831 - 879
    shiny
  • Take 5 Snapshots of Eevee
    Gulpin
    CP 339 - 371
  • Trade a Pokémon
    Bronzor
    CP 229 - 258
    shiny
  • Transfer 3 Pokémon
    Sableye
    CP 592 - 632
    shiny



Field Research Tasks

Field Research Tasks

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FAQ

What is Research in Pokémon GO?

Research is a feature in Pokémon GO that gives Trainers the opportunity to help Professor Willow with his Pokémon Research. Completing a Research Task will unlock rewards. The more challenging a task, the greater the reward will be.

There are two types of Research you can contribute to: Field Research and Special Research.


What is Field Research?

Field Research tasks are assigned/collected by spinning PokéStops. Trainers can only receive and complete one task from each PokéStop each day. Tasks are the same for all trainers on a given day so you can share PokéStop locations for a desirable task with others in your community.

The task will consist of an objective and a reward for completing it. Rewards range from Items to Pokémon encounters. If the task awards items, it will disclose what item and quantity on the task itself. If it’s an encounter, it won’t. Instead you can refer to the handy graphic on this page.

The first Field Research task you complete for a day will reward you with a Stamp towards unlocking a Research Breakthrough.


How do I unlock a Research Breakthrough?

You can unlock a Research Breakthrough by collect 7 Stamps. Again, Stamps are obtained from your first completed Field Research task for the day. Unlike the ‘First PokéStop of the Day’ or ‘First Catch of the Day’ streaks, you do not need to collect Stamps on consecutive days. You won’t ever lose stamps you earned because you missed a day.

Upon reaching 7 Stamps, you can open the box and earn a handful of helpful Rewards. Rewards will consist of a Pokémon encounter, XP, Stardust and will include one of the following items: Rare Candy, Pinap Berries, Ultra Balls, or Poké Balls.


What is Special Research?

Special Research is like Field Research but they can be thought of as part of the game’s Story. Like Field Research they consist of tasks that you work through to earn Rewards. However in Special Research completing a set of task will earn you additional rewards. Completing all sets of tasks in the series will earn you a more valuable reward. eg. A Mythical Pokémon encounter.

While, Trainers cannot repeat Special Research tasks, Professor Willow will occasionally seek assistance with new tasks. Special Research can also be assigned at Special Events like GO Fest in Chicago or during in-game Events like Pokémon GO Halloween 2018.


What are the CP numbers next to the Pokémon in the graphic?

That is the range of possible CPs that your Pokémon encounter could be. The highest is Perfect IVs and the lowest is not so perfect IVs.


What is the Sparkle next to some Pokémon in the graphic?

The sparkle indicates that there is a chance of encountering that Pokémon in their Shiny form. The chance of encountering a Shiny from a Field Research task is 1 in 450. However they could possibly be higher for certain encounters (eg. Absol).

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