Pokemon Dratini Community: Pokemon Go Dratini Community Day Classic: Here’s everything you need to know

This month, Pokemon Go has a ton of events planned, including two Community Days. The first is now live today, November 5, which gives players an additional chance to capture a dragon called Pokemon Dratini, which was originally highlighted during Community Day in February 2018. Additionally, after Today’s event, a mysterious new Pokemon from Pokemon Scarlet and Violet will also debut in the game.

When is Community Day Classic in November?

On Saturday, November 5, Dratini Community Day took place once again. Only three hours, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. local time, were devoted to the event.


As previously reported, Dratini, who was originally featured in one of the game’s first Community Day events, back in 2018, is the headliner for Pokemon Go’s upcoming Community Day Classic.

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Dratini will occur in the wild much more frequently than usual throughout the event, giving you more chances to capture the rare dragon Pokemon. Also, the probability of running into a shiny Dratini will increase.

Meteor Draco

The Pokemon Dragon can learn an event-specific move during the November repeat event, just like it could during the first Dratini Community Day. On the day of the event, if you develop Dratini’s first evolved form, Dragonair, before 7 p.m. in Dragonite, he will learn the dragon-type Draco Meteor charged attack.


  1. What is Pokemon Go?
    An augmented reality smartphone game released in 2016, Pokémon Go is part of the Pokémon series.
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