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Pokémon Go is giving away a Legendary… but because of a game bug

A-Kyurem is a force to be reckoned with

Pokémon Go is giving away a Legendary… but because of a game bug
Randy Meeks

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Imagine that you finish a battle in Pokémon Go and, when receiving the rewards, a super powerful creature appears on your team that you were not expecting. For a while, players who received the alternate forms of White Kyurem and Black Kyurem, a Legendary Pokémon born in, precisely, White/Black and that has dragon and ice powers, believed it was an disproportionate reward. But then they realized something worse: the creature wasn’t even listed. What the hell was it doing there?

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Neither white nor black

‘Pokémon Go’, as of today, has more than 800 creatures to catch. Well, we can say without much error that Niantic has messed up by revealing the one it shouldn’t have. To get it, you just had to claim the rewards from the GO Battle League, although it didn’t last long.

And Niantic, keeping a close eye, notified the existence of the bug and promptly eliminated it, although without explaining if that means it will be removed from the affected users’ Pokédex. It probably was part of the next big game event and ended up slipping through, of course, but at the end of the day, and paraphrasing the home rules of chess, Pokémon on the table, it weighs.

Perhaps they will make a Solomonic decision and turn White Kyurem (or Black) into a normal Kyurem, since it is an extremely powerful creature that could destabilize the game. In fact, it even surpasses Rayquaza in power. Come on, if you have been lucky enough to get one, you have a gem in your hands. And if not, everything points to Niantic allowing you to catch it soon in a raid. Yes: you can catch them all… Even without taking advantage of bugs.

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Randy Meeks

Randy Meeks

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