Lucky Player Catches Two Galarian Birds in a Single Encounter in Pokémon Go

Players of Pokemon Go are in disbelief that someone was able to catch not one but two Galarian Birds in a single encounter with the creatures. The previous year, Niantic allowed players to capture Zapdos, Articuno, and Moltres by introducing Galarian forms for three of the Legendaries in the game. However, these three are more challenging targets to capture.

The only way to increase your odds of acquiring Galarian Legendary Birds is to use the Daily Adventure Incense, which is only available for a short period (just 15 minutes). However, even if the user sees the unusual creatures under optimal conditions, there is no assurance that they will catch one. A lone individual surprised many by capturing two Galarian Birds in one try, providing some insight into their reaction.

Fans of Pokemon Go commend the gamer for catching two Galarian Birds in one game

A user on Reddit recently posted about their “luckiest 15 minutes” in Pokemon Go, during which they used the Daily Adventure Incense and collected 17 Pokemon. The Reddit user managed to capture a Bunnelby, a Wheedle, a Digglet, two Swablu, two distinct types of Galarian Legendary Birds, and many other notable pocket monsters in 15 minutes.

One member responded to the celebration thread with the following comment: “One of the biggest flexes I’ve seen on here.” Others offered words of congratulations and similar expressions. It is an accomplishment that justifies being pumped up about, for sure.

There are, of course, others who are taken aback by the player’s absolute good fortune. “How the heck are people getting multiple birds to spawn from a single incense?” someone asked in disbelief. Another participant in the conversation commented, “You just broke Pokémon go officially.” Another participant commented lightheartedly, “Let me give you money to play the lottery, and we can split it.” A stroke of luck like this, especially with the catches of Galarian Birds, is enough to put any Pokemon Go player on Cloud 9 for the rest of the day.

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