Pokemon GO Shiny Gligar: What Does It Look Like?

The first week of Ultra Bonus in Pokemon GO has just begun, and comes with the arrival of the glossy variant of Gligar, according to Niantic.

Here's what it looks like to me

As you can see from the picture above, Shiny Gligar moves from the purple color of its natural form to a more permeable color. The bright variant of its development, Gliscor, is also deciduous rather than purple and its secondary color changes from red in its natural form to yellow.

According to research from The Silph Road, the magnificent confrontation rate on Earth is close to one of 450.

Ultra Bonus gives players a number of rewards throughout September. The first week gives players the opportunity to break up the Unown U, L, T, R and A forms from 10 km Eggs and fight Raikou, Entei and Suicune in Raid Battles. In addition, unprecedented pokemon eggs will be added to the list of pokemon from which you can hatch.

Starting from the second week, you can hatch Pokemon Farfetch'd, Kangaskhan and Mr. Mime and Tauros are in an area of ​​7 kilometers of eggs with the opportunity to hatch Shiny versions until the end of the third week. Plus, you'll be able to fight all Deoxys in regular Raid Battles battles alongside the legendary Pokemon game of the second week.

Then during the third week, you can fight Mewtwo with the exclusive Psystrike game from Raid Battles and even get a chance to capture its magnificent form. In addition, Pokemon will start appearing from Pokemon Black & Pokemon White, including Pokemon Klink which will also appear in Raids and also has a chance to shine. Talking about that, Shiny Patrat and Shiny Lillipup will also appear during this time.
During the full reward period, incubators will be more effective.

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