Trainers Abandon Primal Groudon and Kyogre Raids in Global Hoenn Tour of Pokemon Go

Trainers of Pokemon Go are incensed because other players keep leaving the Primal Groudon and Kyogre Raids of the Global Hoenn Tour. The World Hoenn Tour event for Pokemon Go is currently underway. However, gamers have encountered some annoying issues.

Several trainers are getting tired of the Tour due to the severity of the Primal Groudon and Kyrogre Raids and specific challenging research assignments. Many Pokemon Go fans criticize trainers on social media for frequently quitting raids before they’re finished.

Trainers in Pokemon Go quit the Hoenn Tour Raids

Some users in the community discussed their encounters with trainers abandoning the Global Hoenn Tour’s Primal Groudon and Kyrogre Raids in response to a post on the Pokemon Go subreddit. The “STOP LEAVING RAIDS” message said that the OP had “more than enough people leaving when there are 3 seconds on the lobby clock and then joining the raid and there are only 2-3 people” before they decided to stop conducting raids.

The Pokemon Go article attracted up to 150 comments in less than a day, many of which were from users who shared their experiences with other trainers quitting raids. “I hosted a Kyogre raid for eight people literally, so why did only three people join my attack? As a result, I squandered a small raid pass.

Although the post was filled with similar complaints, some Pokemon Go trainers insisted it wasn’t their fault they gave up on some raids. If it means anything, my friend and I suddenly got expelled from separate attacks today either BEFORE the invasion began or DURING the aggression after our first team KOs.

Regrettably, the Global Hoenn Tour has a problem that prevents many trainers from rejoining raids after their group was eliminated on the event’s first day. Others suggested that the degree of difficulty might be the issue. People often don’t leave T5 raids, but Mega Lati@s and the Primals can be difficult with the maximum lobby size of 6 players in PokeGenie, so if there aren’t enough players present, people tend to leave.

Whatever the cause, it’s evident that fans of Pokemon Go are dissatisfied with the outcome. There aren’t many hours left for the event, so those who have been frustrated can have a few victories before the Tour is over.

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