Pokemon Go fans are counting down to the March 2019 Community Day event.
The next major Pokemon Go event takes place on Saturday, March 23.
As with all Community Day events, the action takes place between 10am and 1pm local time.
The upcoming Community Day puts the spotlight on Treecko, which is great news if you don’t have a Grovyle or a Sceptile.
And if you do manage to evolve a Grovyle into a Sceptile, your powerful new Pokemon will known an exclusive special move.
According to a Niantic tweet, your evolved Sceptile will know a new move called Frenzy Plant.
The only catch is that you’ll need to evolve your Sceptile during Community Day hours.
Players usually get an extra hour to make the evolution, which means you’ll only be able to learn Frenzy Plant until 2pm.
Of course, exclusive moves and increased spawn rates aren’t the only reason for taking part in Community Day events.
As part of the March 2019 event, Lures will last for the full three hours of the event.
Egg hatching distances will also be greatly reduced for the duration of the event, so keep hold of those 10km eggs. Players will only need to travel a quarter of the usual distance to hatch new eggs.
Needless to say, you’ll also be able to catch a Shiny Treecko.
The March 2019 Community Day event takes place during the Niantic’s Equinox celebration.
Running until March 26, the Pokemon Go Equinox celebration shifts the focus to Grass-type Pokemon for the duration of the event.
This means Pokemon like Oddish, Exeggcute, Sunkern, and Shroomish will all appear more frequently in the wild.
And as an extra special bonus, Lunatone and Solrock will switch hemispheres at the start of the event, and remain that way for the foreseeable future.