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Pokemon Go trainers are furious as players abandon Primal Groudon & Kyogre raids

published: 2023-02-26 T18:46:53

updated: 2023-02-26 T18: 47:02

Pokemon Go trainers are furious after other players constantly abandon Primal Groudon and Kyogre Raids on the Hoenn World Tour.

The Hoenn World Tour event in Pokemon Go is in full swing, but players have been experiencing some frustrating issues throughout the event.

The difficulty of Primal Groudon and Kyrogre’s raids, along with some challenging research missions, led some trainers to feel a little uncomfortable with the round.

Now, many Pokemon Go fans have taken to social media to call out the trainers for constantly abandoning the raids before they end.

Pokemon Go trainers are giving up on Hoenn Tour raids

a mail on Pokemon Go subreddit It sparked discussion among the community as other players shared their experiences with the coaches who left Primal Groudon and the Kyrogre Raids during the Hoenn World Tour.

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The post, titled “STOP LEAVING RAIDS,” explained that the OP ended hosting the raids after “more than enough people left when there were 3 seconds on the lobby clock and then joined the raid and there were only 2-3 people.”

In less than a day, the Pokemon Go post received nearly 150 comments with fans sharing their own experiences with other trainers giving up raids. “I literally hosted a Kyogre raid for 8 people and only 3 people joined it, what was going on? I wasted a remote raid pass because of that.”

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While similar comments circulated in the thread, some Pokemon Go trainers have claimed that it wasn’t their fault that they gave up some of the raids. “If this matters to anything, my friend and I joined separate raids today and the boot was thrown randomly before the raid started or during the raid that followed our first team KOs.”

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Unfortunately, this is a widespread mistake during the Hoenn World Tour, with many trainers reporting that they could not join the Raids after their party was KO’d during the first day of the event.

Others explained that the level of difficulty may be the reason. “For T5 raids people generally don’t bail, but for Mega [email protected] and Primals…it can be rough with the max lobby of 6 in Bokegini, so if there aren’t enough people in the lobby, People tend to come to the rescue.”

Whatever the reason, Pokemon Go fans are clearly disappointed with the outcome. Hopefully, with only a few hours left until the event, those who have struggled with frustration can find some success before the round is over.

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