Developer Niantic gives Pokemon Go players plenty of new activities for them to enjoy regularly. One of the latest events Niantic has added into the world of Pokemon Go is the A Thousand Year Slumber quest. This A Thousand Year Slumber quest rewards players with the legendary creature of Jirachi if they can complete all of its tasks. If you are curious about how to complete the Pokemon Go A Thousand Year Slumber quest and acquire Jirachi, be sure to check out everything you need to know below. 

Pokemon Go A Thousand Year Slumber Quest

There are a total of seven quest steps players will need to complete to add Jirachi to their teams. The majority of these steps for the Go A Thousand Year Slumber quest contains four tasks players will need to complete. You can find all of the steps for the Jirachi Go A Thousand Year Slumber quest below:


  • Catch 25 Pokemon
  • Spin 10 PokeStops or Gyms
  • Make three new friends 
  • Rewards - 1 Mossy, Glacier, and Magnetic Lure


  • Catch 3 Whismur
  • Evolve a Feebas
  • Gold Hoenn Badge
  • Rewards - 2000 Stardust, 10 PokeBalls and 3 Incense


  • Take a Snapshot of Loudred
  • Make 3 Great Throws in a Row
  • Earn 3 Candies walking with your Buddy
  • Rewards - 20 Silver Pinap Berry, 3 Star Pieces, 2000 Stardust

Pokemon Go A Thousand Year Slumber Quest


  • Catch 50 Psychic or Steel Type Pokemon
  • Power up Pokemon 10 times
  • Send 10 Gifts to Friends
  • Rewards - 1 Fast TM, 1 Charge TM and 1 Premium Raid Pass


  • Battle a Team Leader 3 Times
  • Win Against Another Trainer 7 times
  • Win 5 Raids
  • Rewards - 3 Rare Candy, 20 Ultra PokeBalls, 3000 Stardust


  • Take five photos of Steel or Psychic Pokemon
  • Make three excellent curveball throws
  • Spin a Pokestop 7 days in a row
  • Rewards - 10 Silver Pinap Berries, 10 Starpieces, and 5000 Stardust


The community has not yet unlocked the tasks of the final step of the A Thousand Year Slumber Pokemon Go Jirachi quest. This lack of unlocking is due to the last stage of the Go A Thousand Year Slumber quest requires players to spin a Pokestop seven days in a row. However, the Go A Thousand Year Slumber quest has not been available for seven days yet. This current timetable means players will have to wait a bit longer until the final tasks of this questline are officially revealed. 

Knowing how to complete all of the steps of the Pokemon Go A Thousand Year Slumber quest will allow trainers to add a mighty legendary creature to their teams.