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Oct 24, 2019

Is this Professor Willow Report hinting at a Pokemon GO Team GO Rocket event?

The mysterious components could help us find Team GO Rocket leaders


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It looks like Professor Willow's researching is leading us towards a Pokemon Go Team GO Rocket event. An official blog post details Willow's research into the villainous group, titled Willow Report: Looming in the Shadows. The first installment, dated October 22, is all about Mysterious Components, which are as puzzling as the name suggests.
"During my investigations of these take-overs, I came across these strange objects that Team GO Rocket Grunts would drop upon being defeated in battle," reads the Willow Report, "or the sake of this report, I will refer to them as Mysterious Components. The exteriors of these objects seem to be made of some metal alloy, and they’re cold to the touch. The glass screens radiate a light-purple color. I touched the screen of one of the objects to see if it would react, but nothing happened." It also suggests that Team GO Rocket Grunts could be using the Mysterious Components to take over PokeStops.
A recently released data mine hints that this could be the start of a Team GO Rocket event that involves finding the teams' leaders. Code for a Giovanni map and Team Leader Map fragments have recently appeared, so it's likely that we'll have to find the Pokestops taken over by Team GO Rocket. 
Could these Mysterious Components ultimately be map fragments? Professor Willow believes they helped the Grunts take over Pokestops and collect resources, but believes there's another use as well, and that the components can be used to "track down where Team GO Rocket is hiding." It sounds like map fragments to me…

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