Pokemon Go player rages after failing Galarian birds eight times

Legendary Galarian Birds are among the rarest creatures in Pokemon Go, and one player has shared how they’ve encountered and failed with these Pokemon eight times.

In August 2022, Niantic introduced Daily Adventure Incense to Pokemon Go, which would allow players to use a free 15-minute Incense each day. Along with giving players access to more spawns, Adventure Incense also has the ability to spawn in rare Pokemon.

It was soon discovered that Incense’s encounter table included the three Galarian Birds: Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres. But due to their incredibly low spawn rates, players have a hard time finding these legendaries.

In addition to their low chance of spawning, each bird has a 99% chance of fleeing if the trainer fails to capture it. This often leads to players having a shot at catching a Galarian Bird before returning to the hunt.

Pokemon Go player fails at 8 Galarian Birds

Since their release, the r/pokemongo subreddit has been used frequently by players expressing their frustration. Several users have shared how they finally encountered a Galarian bird only to predictably run away.

Other trainers are jealous of those lucky enough to meet them because a large number of people still haven’t seen them. But user biclea was lucky enough to see eight Galarian birds, but that’s when their luck ran out.

“1 month since the release of the daily incense, still no bird!” biclé said. “My turn to complain about the flight of birds. Here is a painting, a drama in 8 acts, part of several volumes of drama!

The post included a screenshot of eight different Galarian bird encounters over the past month, with all eight ending in the Pokemon’s escape.

It’s always sad to see a player who nearly caught a rare Pokemon fail the encounter, but failing eight Galarian Birds is a different level of pain.

And while a few Reddit users took to the comments to express their condolences, the vast majority of comments came from jealous users who still hadn’t encountered a single bird.

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