A few days ago we got a leak from a very trusted source regarding an upcoming Fire and Ice Event.

Considering the accuracy of previous predictions on 3 different occasions, we were pretty sure this would happen sometime in the future if at all Niantic decides to change its plans.

So we would like to prepare you guys in advance for the upcoming Fire and Ice Event, which will see the spawns of aforementioned types as long as the Event lasts.

So here we are with the list of all the Fire and Ice type Pokemon from both Gen 1 and Gen 2

Fire Type Pokemon

Pokemon GO Charmander

Charmander

Pokemon GO Charmeleon

Charmeleon

Pokemon GO Charizard

Charizard

Pokemon GO Vulpix

Vulpix

Pokemon GO Ninetales

Ninetales

Pokemon GO Growlithe

Growlithe

Pokemon GO Arcanine

Arcanine

Pokemon GO Ponyta

Ponyta

Pokemon GO Rapidash

Rapidash

Pokemon GO Magby

Magby

Pokemon GO Magmar

Magmar

Pokemon GO Flareon

Flareon

Pokemon GO Cyndaquil

Cyndaquil

Pokemon GO Quilava

Quilava

Pokemon GO Typhlosion

Typhlosion

Pokemon GO Slugma

Slugma

Pokemon GO Magcargo

Magcargo

Pokemon GO Houndour

Houndour

Pokemon GO Houndoom

Houndoom

 

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Ice Type Pokemon

Pokemon GO Dewgong

Dewgong

Pokemon GO Cloyster

Cloyster

Pokemon GO Jynx

Jynx

Pokemon GO Lapras

Lapras

Pokemon GO Sneasel

Sneasel

Pokemon GO Swinub

Swinub

Pokemon GO Piloswine

Piloswine

Pokemon GO Smoochum

Smoochum


Note: Delibird hasn’t been made available by Niantic yet.

That’s the complete list of Fire and Ice type Pokemon from both Gen 1 and Gen 2

And that’s it from us now, we will soon be releasing the list of Pokemon you need to prioritize during the event.

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Happy Hunting!!

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