As part of the Pokémon Go Valentine's Day celebration announced yesterday, which is currently running until Feb. 15 at 2 p.m. Eastern, spawn rates for pink and Fairy-type Pokémon will increase. So which pink Pokémon should you be hunting?
Pokémon Go Pink Pokémon: Valentine's Day event is draped in pink
If we want to talk about "pink" Pokémon, we're really talking about fairy-type Pokémon. GamePress puts together a wonderful search tool that allows you to sift by Pokémon type, and so getting a look at the current list of fairy-type Pokémon in Pokémon Go is easy.
Mr. Mime is a pretty rare spawn since it's only available in Europe. If you have yet to hatch Togepi, now is a good time to start gathering some fresh eggs and trying to find this Gen 2 Pokémon. Igglybuff, another baby Pokémon, will also hatch more frequently from eggs gathered during the Valentine's Day event in Pokémon Go.
Pokémon Go Pink Pokémon: Chansey should be a priority hunting target on Valentine's Day
Also, keep in mind that Chansey received a significant boost during the combat balance update in November 2016. Chansey is a pink Pokémon and therefore ought to be spawning more often during the holiday event — she also figures prominently in the announcement artwork released by Niantic for this Valentine's Day update.
Chansey can be such a badass that she can stand against even the mighty Snorlax, and win. See for yourself in the video below from YouTube user Pokémon Go D-Zyers:
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