Pokémon GO has been a huge success for Nintendo, Niantic, and The Pokémon Company. The game is being played all over the world. Everyday emerges new news about the new Pokémon that are emergingand the new places where they can be found. Today we are going to analyze the most recent Pokémon placewhich has been discovered just afew moments ago by a new user.

The gyms

With the new amazing appand augmented reality game developed by Niantic, users not only can capture Pokémon in the real world, but also it allows them to become a gym leader, something that not all users can achieve.It is not a secret for most users, that the Pokémon GO stops, unlike the anime and the classic Video Games do not have a permanent leader, in these places any player can be the leader, but for it, it is necessary to beat the actual leader who is protecting this gym.Usually, the Pokémon gyms are in some accessible locations for players.

However, there is a new one whose location is extremely dangerous and has just been discovered by a Twitter user afew moments ago.

The new discovery

The lucky user to have the opportunity to have found this stunning new Pokémon gymis from Japan, the anime world country.According to recent information disclosed by the Japanese user in his twitter account, he explained that while he was playing in the city of Oraimachi , he got surprised that a Shinto shrine, located in the sea , was a gym of Pokémon GO and that he has found the most dangerous gym ever seen before.As it can be seen in the cover photo, for asurprise of this lucky user, the new Pokemon gym is the most dangerous in the world, already having a leader who was protecting it with a powerful Pokemon.


Because of the distance and the risk involved, jumping between rocks and waves, the young Japanese user decided not to challenge the leader of this gym and chose to find another place where he can level up in the Pokémon GO game. Maybe another player will be brave enough to challenge and win the match.

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