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The Glacial Lure Module in Pokémon GO
The Glacial Lure Module (Japanese: アイスルアーモジュール Ice Lure Module) is an item exclusive to Pokémon GO, introduced on May 17, 2019. It was developed by Professor Willow as an upgrade to the Lure Module.
In Pokémon GO
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The Glacial Lure Module is a PokéStop module used to attract wild Pokémon to the PokéStop's location for 30 minutes, especially Water- and Ice-types. PokéStops that have an active Glacial Lure Module placed will have white snowflakes falling around them. The effect can be utilized by all players, and any player viewing the PokéStop can see the username of whoever placed the Lure Module. Only one Lure Module can be active at a PokéStop at once, and another Lure Module cannot be placed until the previous one expires.
Like the Lure Module, its effect is similar to that of the Incense, but is fixed to a PokéStop rather than to the player.
If standing within range of a PokéStop with a Glacial Lure Module active, a player may evolve an Eevee into Glaceon for 25, overriding any criteria to evolve into Espeon or Umbreon.
The following Pokémon have increased spawn rates around a Glacial Lure Module.
|| A frosty Lure Module that attracts more Pokémon than usual for 30 minutes. It can also cause Evolution.
The Glacial Lure Module can be purchased in the Shop for 200 each.
In the future, a Glacial Lure Module can also be obtained by completing certain Special Research tasks.
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