All Season of Legends northern and southern hemisphere Pokémon spawns in Pokémon Go

There are new Pokémon spawning during the Season of Legends all over the world.

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The Season of Legends in Pokémon Go is the next three-month-long adventure. It will be occurring alongside spring in the northern hemisphere and fall in the southern. The Pokémon spawns appearing around the world are also shifting, reflecting these new seasonal changes.

The Pokémon you regularly saw during the Season of Celebrations will be cycling out for new ones. It’s a limited-time opportunity to capture unique Pokémon you normally couldn’t find. Each hemisphere will have exclusive ones for its region.

All northern hemisphere Pokémon

These are all of the Pokémon spawning in the northern hemisphere throughout the Season of Legends.

  • Ducklett
  • Finneon
  • Foongus
  • Karrablast
  • Lotad
  • Miltank
  • Patrat
  • Ponyta
  • Shuppet
  • Tangela

Of those appearing in the northern hemisphere, Ponyta, Shuppet, and Tangela are probably the most worthwhile choices to capture. These Pokémon evolve into pretty decent choices that can become worthwhile to use in raids or the Great or Ultra League, the game’s PvP portion. None of them are must-have choices for the Master League, though.

All southern hemisphere Pokémon

These Pokémon will be spawning throughout the southern hemisphere during the Season of Legends.

  • Buizel
  • Drifloon
  • Paras
  • Remoraid
  • Seedot
  • Shelmet
  • Stantler
  • Vulpix
  • Yanma
  • Zigzagoon

When reflecting on the Pokémon appearing in this part of the world, Drifloon, Seedot, Vulpix, Yanma, and Zigzagoon are obviously good Pokémon to try to find. Drifloon’s evolved form, Drifblim, is excellent for the Great and Ultra Leagues. We highly recommend it. Seedot’s evolved form is decent for the Ultra League, but there are better choices. The same goes for Vulpix when it evolves into Ninetales and Yanma into Yanmega. Catching Zigzagoon is probably only worthwhile if you have Galarian Zigzagoon and want to evolve it into an Obstagoon.

Overall, the choices for the new Season of Legends are not too interesting. It shakes up the general rotation, and unless you don’t have these Pokémon, you can add them to your collection. But overall, none of them are super noteworthy, except for Drifloon. We cannot stress enough how good Drifblim is in the Great and Ultra Leagues.