Pokémon Go’ November field research tasks focus on the fairy type.


A new month means new research tasks in Pokémon Go, and in November, Trainers will be able to catch some powerful Fairy-Type Pokémon.

Niantic announced in late October that the special research breakthrough for the month of November will be the flying and fairy-like Pokémon Togetic, the advanced form of the Togepi.

Togetic is a powerful Pokémon in the popular mobile game, and its advanced version, Togekiss, is one of the best fairy-like Pokémon in the game. Pokémon Go Trainers will not only have the chance to capture a powerful Togetic in November – new field research tasks have also been released that focus on the fairy type.


This year’s Halloween event comes to an end in early November, but the instructors can enjoy various raid hours as well as the Electabuzz and Magmar Community Day events. Before and after these events, however, the instructors can complete the November field research tasks to get their hands on some powerful Fairy-Type Pokémon.

Here is the complete list of field research assignments for November:

Win a raid of level 3 or higher – Omanyte or Kabuto
defeat 3 Team Go rocket shots – Bagon
5 raids win – Aerodactyl
Win a raid – Mawile
Catch 5 Pokémon with weather boost – Poliwag or Vulpix
Catch 3 Fairy-like Pokémon – Clefairy
Catch 10 Pokémon – Magikarp
Use 5 berries to catch Pokémon – Snubbull
Catch 3 Pokémon with weather boost – Dratini
Catch a dragon-like Pokémon – Dratini
Give your Buddy Pokémon 3 treats – Swabs
hatch an egg – Cottonee
Earn 5 hearts with your Buddy – Ralts
make 3 big litters – Gastly, Anorith, Lileep
Make 5 big curve ball throws in a row – Spinda
Make 3 excellent litters in a row – Larvitar
5 nice throws – Voltorb
Make 3 big casts in a row – Onix
Power up a Pokémon 5 times – Mega Beedrill, Blastoise, Venusaurus, Charizard Energy (x10)
Turn on a Pokémon 5 times – Squirtle, Charmander, Bulbasaur
Develop a Pokémon – Eevee or Seadra
Trade with a Pokémon – Vibrava
3 Send gifts to friends – Jigglypuff


Fairy-like Pokémon are among the most powerful types of Pokémon. Because they are the best option against Dragon-Type Pokémon, Fairy Types can turn the tide against a variety of teams.

In November there are some great options to try to farm a high CP or a high IV Fairy type.

Apart from the already mentioned Togetic, which is rewarded for filling in seven stamps on your field research card, the trainers will want to try to catch as many Swablu and Clefairy as possible.

Clefairy’s Evolution Clefable is a Pokémon with high defense and is a great pivot for plant variety protection teams.

Swablu, on the other hand, is evolving into a Dragon and Fly Altar, but this Pokémon will eventually get a Mega Evolution, a Mega Altar that converts its flying type into Fairy, making it the only Pokémon of the Dragon and Fairy type.

What do you think about the focus on Fairy-Type Pokémon in November? What is your preferred Fairy type? Let us know in the comments section….


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