Pokemon GO: How to get Nanab Berries for Season of Legends Research and Rewards
Here's how you can get some juicy Nanab Berries.
Pokemon GO players are being treated to an absolute wealth of activities in March.
As we enter the Season of Legends, we’re getting a range of new wild Pokemon, a myriad of Raid boss changes, plenty of different events and lots of research tasks to complete.
Some of these research tasks are causing players a few issues, however. One of these is “Take a snapshot of Landorus” and the other, “Use three Nanab Berries to help catch Pokemon.”
We’re here to help. Here’s how to get Nanab Berries to help you complete the Season of Legends Timed Research Task.
- SNAP SNAP – How to Take a Snapshot of Landorus, Tornadus and Thundurus
*sniff* 👃 *sniff*
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— Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) March 9, 2021
What is the task and what are the rewards?
The main task players are struggling with is “Use three Nanab Berries to help catch Pokemon.” This is found in the second stage of the Season of Legends, Searching for Legends Timed Research event.
The reward for completing this task is an encounter with a Magnemite. Don’t forget, Magnemite can be shiny so this task is definitely worth doing.
What are the other tasks?
There are a whole seven stages for players to work through in the Searching for Legends Timed Research.
Tasks include taking snapshots of Ground-type Pokemon, defeating Team GO Rocket grunts and catching a certain amount of Pokemon. Completing these tasks yields an array of rewards including encounters with Nosepass, Forretress, Ferroseed and more, plus Stardust, Pokeballs and EXP.
This Timed Research ends in less than four days, however, so players will need to complete it soon.
How to get Nanab Berries
As mentioned – Nanab Berries are required to complete one section of the Timed Research. There is a variety of ways players can get these items.
They are available at all Pokestops from level four upwards, they can be earnt by levelling up and are also available by completing research tasks given out by Pokestops or sent down daily from Niantic. Players will only need a few of these so it shouldn’t prove too difficult.