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It’s time to rejoice, trainers, because November 2021 has got some real goodies coming up for you, one of them being Turtwig’s Spotlight Hour!

Turtwig is the Grass-type Starter Pokemon from Generation 4. In Pokemon GO, Turtwig evolves into Grotle by feeding it 25 Turtwig Candy, and then evolves into Torterra with another 100 Turtwig Candy.

Can Turtwig be shiny? What else do you get from this event? To find out more, read on ahead!

Pokemon GO: Turtwig Spotlight Hour November 2021

On November 16, 2021, the world can access the Turtwig Spotlight Hour in Pokemon GO for exactly one hour. The event will run between 6 pm to 7 pm local time.

During the Spotlight Hour, the encounter rate for Turtwig will be increased drastically, which means you can catch as many Turtwig as you like. Just be sure to come prepared, stocked up with lots of Pokeballs!

The special reward for this Spotlight Hour is 2x Stardust! Players will receive double the amount of Stardust when catching Pokemon.

Can Turtwig Be Shiny?

Who doesn’t want a Shiny Pokemon? They’re rare and cool-looking, and you have all the bragging rights you need! So there’s no doubt that players would be wondering if you can catch a shiny Turtwig.

When Turtwig was introduced in Pokemon GO, its Shiny form was also available to hunt and be captured soon after. So yes, you can most definitely encounter a Shiny Turtwig during the Turtwig Spotlight Hour.

And since Turtwig has an increased encounter rate in the wild, the chances for you to encounter a Shiny version of it also increase automatically! So there’s no better time to try your luck than now!

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