As much as I want to continue the positive vibes surrounding Niantic and Pokémon GO as of late, I still need to say it like it is. Niantic really needs to stop making this same mistake over and over again..

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  1. Also as a kiwi player we have alot of overseas friends and set up raid groups to fight these legendaries. Some of these overseas trainers join early hours of their day so they can get a head start. It does suck. I wonder if they forget what the time is in NZ.


    Harassing Niantic is an inappropriate approach to any controversy! You can get banned from most platforms for harassment.

    Death threats to Niantic will also not resolve anything. Death threats are illegal and can result in a charge.

    Disrespecting each other also will not resolve anything and is discondoned by The Trainer Club.

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