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Raid Hour - Today's Events & Schedule (Armored Mewtwo)

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Check out this Pokemon Go guide on the Raid Hours for February 2020. Find out the raid hours today, schedule, past events, how to prepare, the Armored Mewtwo Raid and more!

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Raid Hour Event Times

Armored Mewtwo: February 26th - 6pm Local Time

Armored Mewtwo
Event TimeFebruary 26th 18:00-19:00

On February 26th starting at 6pm local time, Armored Mewtwo will be available to battle in most gyms! He will only be active for one hour.

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What Is Raid Hour?

Raids VS Legendary Pokemon Starting At 6pm

Raid Hour is usually held between 6 and 7pm local time and allows players to face off against Legendary Pokemon!

Appear In Most Gyms


"30 active raids nearby!"

With the exception of some gyms where Raids are usually not carried out, the majority of all Gyms will feature Raid Hour Legendary Pokemon for you to fight.

Gyms Without Raids

Raid Hour Legendary Pokemon sometimes will not spawn at Gyms in which a Raid Boss has already spawned after 6pm. It is also highly unlikely that Raid Hour events will occur at Gyms where Ex Raid Passes are distributed.

Check Out More Info On Ex Raid Battles Here!

1 Hour Time Limit

While Raid Boss battles are typically up for 45 minutes, Raid Hour battles will be active for an entire hour.

Earning Exp During Raid Hour

Earn 10,000 exp From 1 Battle

Clearing one Legendary Raid will give you 10,000 exp. This is quite a substantial amount of exp, making this a particularly efficient means of evolving Pokemon!

Increase EXP Gains With A Lucky Egg

Lucky Egg

"Lucky Egg: Doubles all exp earned for 30 minutes when used."

By using a Lucky Egg, you can get double exp from clearing a Raid. This means that one raid grants you 20,000 exp - this method is particularly useful for increasing your Trainer Level.

Take On Many Raids Consecutively

One further advantage of Raid Hour is that practically all Gyms in the vicinity will have a legendary Pokemon. This makes it possible to participate in a large number of raids consecutively! Use this opportunity to amass tons of exp.

How To Prepare for Raid Hour

Be There At The Top Of The Hour

Legendary Pokemon will be released into Gyms right at 6pm (or whenever the event starts, but usually when the hour changes over.) Since people have a tendency to disperse and go separate ways after the first raid, it's important to arrive first and find a group of people with whom you can travel to different spots!

Move As A Team

The most efficient means of getting through Raid Hour is as a large group. Consider organizing a group with a sufficient number of people to easily take out raid Pokemon!

Save Up A Free Raid Pass

Free Raid Pass

By going to a Gym and using the Photo Disk, or by accessing the Raid screen, you can get one free Raid Pass every day. You can store up 2 Passes, so if you don't use the previous day's pass, you can effectively do 2 free raids during Raid Hour.

Check Out Our Full Raid Battle Guide Here!

Previously Featured Pokemon

PokemonDay of Event
TornadusTornadus February 5th, 12th, 19th
HeatranHeatranJanuary 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th
VirizionVirizionDecember 18th, 25th, January 1st
TerrakionTerrakionNovember 27th,
December 4th, 11th
CobalionCobalionNovember 6th, 13th, 20th
DarkraiDarkraiOctober 23rd, 30th
Giratina (Altered Forme) IconGiratina (Altered Forme)October 9th, 16th
MewtwoMewtwoOctober 8th
Giratina (Altered Forme) IconGiratina (Altered Forme)September 25th,
October 2nd
(All Forms Appear)
September 11th
Raikou IconRaikouSeptember 4th
Entei IconEnteiSeptember 4th
Suicune IconSuicuneSeptember 4th
Rayquaza IconRayquazaSeptember 1st
UxieUxieAugust 28th
Rayquaza IconRayquazaAugust 7th, 14th, 21st
Armored MewtwoArmored MewtwoJuly 17th, 24th
Kyogre IconKyogreJune 19th, 26th
Cresselia IconCresseliaJune 5th, 12th
UxieUxieMay 22nd
Groudon IconGroudonMay 1st
Latios IconLatiosApril 19th
Giratina (Altered Forme) IconGiratina (Altered Forme)April 10th 12:00-13:00
DialgaDialgaMarch 13th 12:00-13:00
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