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Temtem Weekly Reset, Saipark details, Feb. 24 to March 1

The Temtem to catch, their stats and Luma rates, and the Saipark entry fee for this week

Temtem Saipark weekly reset Feb. 24-March 1 Image: Crema via Polygon
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The second Weekly Reset for Temtem is here, and the entrance fee, the Temtem available in the Saipark, and their stats have all changed.

In this Temtem Weekly Reset guide, we’ll tell you what to look for with this week’s reset, which lasts from Feb. 24 to March 1, 2010.

Temtem Weekly Reset Feb. 24 to March 1 announcement

Temtem Weekly Reset Feb. 24-March 1 announcement
Crema’s announcement for the Weekly Reset for Feb. 24-March 1.
Image: Crema/Twitter

Initial fee

You’ll need to pay 2,200 Pansuns to get into the Saipark this week. Admittance comes with 40 Saicards.

Saipark Temtem species available Feb. 24 to March 1

This week’s Saipark Temtem are Kalazu and Raiber.


Kalazu is a Water type Temtem that’s pretty common in the water’s around Deniz. They’re strong against Fire, Earth, and Digital, but weak against Electric, Nature, and Toxic types. That makes Kalazu (and its evolution into Kalabyss after 18 levels) good in the Anak Volcano region, but not great everywhere else (until more islands get added in future updates).


Raiber is a Fire type that you’ll find around the Anak Volcano in Omninesia. They’re weak to Water and Earth, and strong against Nature and Crystal. That makes them great to take into the upper levels of Omninesia and Tucma.

Luma rate

The Luma rate for both species is the same as it is in the wild — 1 in 8,000 as of the 0.5.12 patch.

Single Values (SV)

Both species are more common in the Saipark than they are in the wild (but not by much). Inside the park, they will also have better stats and techniques. Kalazu will have a minimum total SV of 190, while Raiber will have a minimum total of 160. That means that each Temtems total SV — the sum of the seven individual SVs — will add up to at least 190 and 160 respectively.

A perfect SV is 50, so a completely perfect Temtem would have a total SV value of 350. That means that the untamed Kalazu and Raiber you catch in the Saipark this week will be (slightly) better than average.

Egg Moves

The Egg Moves percentage means that 10% of the Kalazu and 15% of the Raibers will know moves that the species can normally only learn through breeding. For example, the Kalazu might know Iced Stalactite, which isn’t a move they know naturally.

FreeTem! rewards

If you free 250 Temtem this week, the FreeTem! Organization on Omninesia will reward you with 25 Silicon Chunks. (This is a new item this week, so it’s not clear what they’re worth yet.)

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