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Pokemon GO Sustainability Week 2024 Collection Challenges: Pokemon and Rewards, Listed

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This guide covers both Collection Challenges for Pokemon GO Sustainability Week 2024 and their rewards.

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Pokemon GO Sustainability Week 2024 Collection Challenges

Below are guides to both Sustainability Week 2024 Collection Challenges in Pokemon GO. They include the Pokemon you’ll need to get, how you must obtain them for it to count towards completing the Collection Challenges, and their rewards.

Sustainability Week Collection Challenge: Drilbur

This Sustainability Week Collection Challenge focuses on the Drilbur evolutionary line of Pokemon. The following table lists the specifics for completing the Collection Challenge:

Collection Challenge PokemonHow to Obtain
DrilburCatch
ExcadrillEvolve from Drilbur by using 50 Drilbur Candy
Pokemon GO Sustainability Week 2024 Collection Challenge: Drilbur

How to Find Drilbur During Sustainability Week 2024

Drilbur is a rare encounter in the wild. Drilbur is also an encounter reward for the event Field Research task, “Explore 2 km.” If you need to catch Drilbur for this Collection Challenge, make sure you keep the “Explore 2 km” event Field Research tasks active when you find them after spinning PokeStops. Drilbur encountered through this method have a chance of being shiny, but not as high of a chance as those that are hatched from 2 km Eggs.

Rewards

The rewards for catching and then evolving Drilbur into Excadrill are as follows:

  • 10,000 XP,
  • and 5000 Stardust.

In addition, the Collection Challenge will be added to your Elite Collector medal.

Sustainability Week Collection Challenge: Trubbish

This Sustainability Week Collection Challenge focuses on the Trubbish evolutionary line of Pokemon. The following table lists the specifics for completing the Collection Challenge:

Collection Challenge PokemonHow to Obtain
TrubbishCatch
GarbodorEvolve from Trubbish by using 50 Trubbish Candy
Pokemon GO Sustainability Week 2024 Collection Challenge: Trubbish

How to Find Trubbish During Sustainability Week 2024

Trubbish is a rare encounter in the wild. Trubbish is also an encounter reward for the event Field Research task, “Explore 1 km.” When you find “Explore 1 km” event Field Research tasks after spinning PokeStops, be sure to keep them around for an easy way to catch Trubbish for this Collection Challenge. Trubbish encountered through this method have a chance of being shiny, but not as high of a chance as those that are hatched from 2 km Eggs.

Rewards

The rewards for catching and then evolving Trubbish into Garbodor are as follows:

  • 10,000 XP,
  • and 5000 Stardust.

In addition, the Collection Challenge will be added to your Elite Collector medal.

These Collection Challenges will be active until Friday, April 26 at 8:00 PM local time, during the same time frame as the rest of the Sustainability Week 2024 event. Afterward, Pokemon GO will welcome in Cleffa Hatch Day and, even later, Pokemon GO Fest 2024: Global.


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