Pokemon GO Legendary Lunch Hour event announced

Hungry for Pokemon?

To give you more ways to enjoy Pokémon GO, we’re trying out a new event called Legendary Lunch Hour! From 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in your local time zone, there will be an increased number of raids to test your battle skills alongside your friends, coworkers, and classmates. The first Legendary Lunch Hour will take place on March 13, and with your help, we hope to make this an event you can enjoy every week!

Date + Time

Mar. 13, 2019, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in your local time zone

There will be an increased number of raids during the event hour.
We look forward to your feedback and thank you for helping with testing this new type of event.

—The Pokémon GO team

Categories: Press Releases, Mobile
Tags: pokemon, mobile
Games: Pokemon Go


Niantic is about to go on a journey of discovery where they learn that adults don't have lunch breaks anymore and kids and teenagers aren't allowed to leave school grounds during lunch.

Adults don’t have lunch breaks? Maybe not all, but I’d leave somewhere that didn’t offer that very basic thing.

Must be nice.

Having the option, I mean.

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Realistically, everyone has the option to leave where they are if their employer doesn’t offer basic things like a lunch break. They’ll have no problem firing you without warning when it comes to their bottom line, so it’s important to know your own worth. Some place else will value you as an asset. Power to the people! Smile

You’re right about kids not being able to leave school, though. We couldn’t even leave the main school grounds in high school (needed permission to go to the parking lot). Maybe it’s aimed at college kids?

Must be nice.

To believe that everyone has the option to leave a job if they don't feel valued .

Anyway, the real tragedy is the lack of Shiny Rayquaza in Pokemon Go.

Well, if a job is crummy enough to not give someone lunch, there are plenty of others out there that do. I understand some people feel the necessity to stay because of tough financial reasons (and, sure, that’s valid), but you alone control your own happiness. “Life is what you make it.” People who leave dead end jobs to go on and create their own successful companies don’t do so because it was the easy way; more like it gave them purpose and made them happy. Life’s too short to stay somewhere you’re unhappy.

And, I agree, no shiny Rayquaza is weird.

Must be nice.

To read The Secret and be like, "Yeah, that sounds plausible" I mean.


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